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Πέμπτη, 23 Μαΐου 2013

Boko haram? JIHAD HARAM!


Opposing "man-made" laws, Nigerian terrorist sect Boko Haram means "western education is forbidden". The term "Boko Haram" comes from the Hausa word boko meaning "western education" (literally "latin alphabet", from English "book") and the Arabic word haraam, "sin" (literally, "forbidden")

Attacks by suspected Boko Haram members make it even harder to persuade parents to let children stay at school. So far this year 14 schools have been burnt down in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state in northern Nigeria, forcing over 7,000 children out of formal education and pushing down enrolment rates in an already ill-educated region. In a video posted on YouTube in February, Boko Haram, the Islamic jihadist group based in Nigeria, called on its followers to destroy schools providing western education.
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Most of the schools targeted by suspected Boko Haram members provide western as well as Islamic education, sending a message to parents that they must choose only Islamic education for their children.
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http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/2012/apr/24/school-attendance-northern-nigeria-boko-haram


Nigeria is nearly equally divided between Christianity and Islam. The majority of Muslims  Fulani-Hausa  are Sunni and are concentrated in the northern area of the country, while Christians dominate in the Middle Belt and south. wiki/Religion_in_Nigeria wiki/Nigerian_Sharia_conflict (Is Nigeria's conflict religious or ethnic? settlers, herdsmen Hausa-Fulani isl. vs chr. indigenous farmers Berom)



The latest terrorist threats to come out of Nigeria aren't being propagated by Boko Haram, the militant Islamist group bent on eradicating Christianity (and other Western influences). Instead, the threats from the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND) are being made "in defence of Christianity."

MEND, a militant group operating out of the country's oil-rich Niger Delta, says it intends to attack Muslims in order to protect Nigeria's "hapless Christian population." The planned attacks, which MEND says will begin on May 31 2013, will include mosque and hajj bombings and assassination attempts against Muslim clerics.

MEND says its campaign—termed "Operation Barbarossa"—will commence unless:
the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), the Catholic Church and Henry Okah, one of the few leaders in the Niger Delta region we respect for his integrity, intervenes. Also, the assurance for a cessation of hostilities targeted at Christians in their places of worship, made privately or publicly by the real Boko Haram leadership will make us call off this crusade.
But a ceasefire from Boko Haram may be unlikely, given that Christians in Nigeria have rejected the government's consideration of amnesty to Boko Haram, saying the group "is faceless and does not deserve pardon." Even the youth wing of CAN has stated "that young Christians have not responded to Boko Haram violence in kind because the Christian Association of Nigeria has forbidden it."

The back-and-forth religious violence has prompted a response from the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, which called this morning for the Nigerian government to strengthen its prosecution of perpetrators. “While since 1999 more than 14,000 persons, both Muslims and Christians, have been killed, USCIRF has been able to document that only 1% of the perpetrators have been prosecuted,” USCIRF stated. “Additionally, Boko Haram, which has killed more Muslims than Christians over the past few years, has used Christian attacks on Muslims to justify its attacks on Christians.http://blog.christianitytoday.com//2013/04/mend-niger-delta-nigeria-boko-haram



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.....why do you support the killing of innocent civilians, innocent Nigerians?
if a passerby dies, he is innocent, we don' t worry at all, we are forgiven by God. (8:28)

...why kill the innocent if the purpose is to convert them to Islam.
 Can the dead people worship?...


Jihād translates as a noun meaning "struggle". Within the context of Islam it refers to struggle against those who do not believe in Islamic Godwiki/Jihad

verse revealed by the Angel Gabriel
The earliest commentaries on the Qur'an  make it clear that some Muslims of Medina wanted to force their children to convert from Judaism or Christianity to Islam, and this verse was precisely an answer to them not to try to force their children to convert to Islam.

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