Nigerians Pray for Missing Girls

Nigerians Pray for Missing Girls April 14, 2015
Photo Source: Flickr Creative Commons by Tim Green
Photo Source: Flickr Creative Commons by Tim Green

Boko Haram kidnapped 200 Nigerian school girls a year ago.

They’ve also kidnapped 100s of other Nigerians in the year since.

Kidnapping, slavery, murder and theft seem to be the hallmarks of both Hoko Haram and ISIS.

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14 responses to “Nigerians Pray for Missing Girls”

  1. Good for you for showing concern. This is a serious issue. The girls’ plight is nothing to make fun of, as your co-blogger Simcha Fisher did a few months ago.

  2. What good people! My heart goes out to them and I am getting the safe guilt and anger that I felt after the Rwandan Genocide where American failed to exert leadership. We do have a responsibility to the world. I don’t like the role of the wor;ld’s policeman but without American exerting power and energy the world responds to their darker angels. That asinine hashtag sign by Michelle Obama is about all we have done for these good people. It’s a disgrace.

  3. Let us not forget the roots of the Wahhabi sect as a reaction to Western colonization and its recent proliferation as an instrument of Western policy in the region.

  4. I suspect those little girls have been out of the country, sold to some guy as a wife for a long time or dead by now. The same for the little ones taken since then. It continues and never be considered as “OK”. Those committing these crimes are less than the slugs that crawl the earth.

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