Nigerian Genocide: Christian Persecution 2014
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Nigeria prides itself on its diversity, unity and peaceful nature. But over the past few years, Nigeria has been anything but peaceful and its people anything but united.
A war is brewing. Muslim extremists have declared war on Nigeria’s Christians. Rising terrorist groups, and emboldened Muslim tribes, has decided that it is time that Nigeria is rid of its Christians. They have promised to annihilate them, and they are making good on that promise.
With Boko Haram and the Fulani tribes continually attacking Christians, many times with the aid of the government, genocide is brewing in the name of Allah.
The military makes small efforts, if any, and the government is at a stalemate. Citizens are enraged and becoming forlorn as they watch the impotency of their government. Parents die waiting for their kidnapped children to be rescued. Worshippers are slaughtered in their churches. Whole villages are razed to the ground. People are scattered into the wilderness, seeking escape.
And yet, the world stands by.
With millions displaced, thousands dying, and elections coming, Nigeria is being shaken at its core. Almost half of its population is in danger of extinction, terrorists are seizing territory away from the government, and Nigeria’s promise of peace and unity is barely even a dream.
- Category: Politics & Current Affairs
- Published: 06 March 2015
- Publisher: Laura Murray
- Print Length: 148 Pages
- Language: English