Muslim terrorists in Nigeria go door to door killing Christians – but no one cares since it didn’t happen in Europe

Three horrific incidents in three different countries highlight the global persecution of Christians by Muslim supremacists.

A mob of Muslim militants descended on Ndomete village in the Central African Republic (CAR) and went door-to-door killing Christians. The U.N. confirmed the casualty figures.

The militiamen, believed to belong to the Muslim militia group Seleka, killed 26 people and is thought to have deliberately targeted civilians. Seleka deposed then president Francois Bozize in 2013 and installed the Muslim Michel Djotodia instead.

Faced with mounting sectarian violence, Djotodia resigned in January 2014.

Although the Seleka group was officially disbanded, the group did not put down its weapons. Ex-Seleka fighters and Christian so-called “anti-Balaka” militias have been fighting since, displacing some 25 percent of CAR’s population.

“If the government is not going to beef up the security, then we are going to defend ourselves,” a local Christian leader told Morningstar News. “We shall not keep quiet as our brothers are dying.”

In Nigeria Boko Haram militants attacked Christians in Kwamjilari village after a church service on Sunday. Gunmen reportedly killed 8 people who congregated outside the church in north-eastern Borno State.

Villagers reported Boko Haram stationed gunmen on the road leading away from the church


More Slaughter You Probably Haven’t Heard About

Agust 2. 2016  While the West worries about terror attacks on its soil, Islamist extremists are massacring people across the Middle East and Africa.

A militant with a rocket launcher. (Photo: © Screenshot from video)

In the last seven days the following massacres have taken place in the Middle East and North Africa. Clarion Project normally does not have the space report every terrorist attack that happens around the world.

But here’s what’s been going on:

Yemen – Friday July 29: Islamist militants in Yemen destroyed a 16th century mosque marking the shrine of the renowned Sufi saintSheikh Abdulhadi al-Sudi in the city of Taez. The Salafist militants destroyed the mosque because of their iconoclastic belief that such shrines are idolatrous.

Somalia – Sunday July 31: Twin suicide car-bombings hit the headquarters of Somalia’s Criminal Investigations Department in the capital Mogadishu before gunmen attempted to storm the building. Five civilians and one police officer were killed. Police returned fire killing four terrorists. Islamist terrorist group Al-Shabaab claimed responsibility for the attack.

Iraqi Kurdistan – Sunday July 31: Militants attacked a gas facility and an oil field in Iraqi Kurdistan. Gunmen opened fire on guards at the gas facility and killed four employees then escaped after planting bombs. Three suicide bombers attacked the Bai Hassan oil field, the largest oil field in Kirkuk province in a separate attack. Two of the bombers were killed by the Kurdish Peshmerga and the third detonated his explosives and killed an engineer. ISIS-affiliated media reported the attack.

Nigeria – Sunday July 31: The Nigerian army successfully disposed of a bomb placed at the home of a former governor of Borno state. The bomb is believed to have been planted by Boko Haram. The army also ambushed Boko Haram terrorists, killing one and injuring another who escaped.

Disputed Territories, Israel – Sunday July 31: A Palestinian terrorist attempted to stab an Israeli soldier at a checkpoint near the city of Nablus. The IDF shot and killed him. Earlier in the week IDF soldiers killed a terrorist responsible for the murder of a rabbi and father of 10 children on July 1 and arrested three of his alleged accomplices.

Afghanistan – Monday, August 1: Taliban terrorists attempted to storm the Northgate hotel, a secured hotel used by foreigners in the capital Kabul. A car-bomb was detonated followed by an attack by gunmen. One policeman was killed in the attack, but security services were able to kill the three terrorists, who were prevented from entering the hotel.

Libya – Monday August 1: The United States launched a wave of precision air strikes against Islamic State targets in Libya. The strikes, conducted at the request of the internationally recognized Libyan government, mark a new phase in the fight against ISIS in the war-torn country.

Syria – Monday August 1: A Russian helicopter was shot down bySyrian rebels killing all five on board. Russia says the helicopter was returning from a mission to deliver humanitarian aid to the city of Aleppo. It is not known which rebel group brought down the helicopter. A video showing one of the Russians killed in the helicopter being dragged through the dirt while armed men screamed “Allahu Akbar” was shared on an Islamic State website.


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