Sources state that up to 50 students, mostly Muslim, were gunned down yesterday evening by Islamist terrorists. Many were shot as they slept in their dormitories, while others were rounded up into groups and executed.
The Boko Haram, a terrorist group attempting to install an Islamic state in northern Nigeria, has been terrorizing that nation since 2010 and is responsible for killing at least 1,700 of its people, Muslims and Christians alike. The name, Boko Haram, means “Western education is forbidden”, and its members have targeted schools like Yobe State College of Agriculture where this tragedy occurred.
Throughout the world, Muslim Jihadists are committing atrocities against Muslims and non-Muslims alike, all in the name of Islam, the religion of peace.
A week ago, 67 men, women and children were tortured, shot and killed in a terrorist attack at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya. Obviously aimed at non-Muslims, many were freed if they could answer questions about the Islam faith.
On September 22nd, two suicide bombers killed 85 people outside the historic All Saints Church in Peshawar, Pakistan. In the same city, on Friday, 21 government workers were killed when a bomb ripped through the bus they were riding in, and just yesterday, a car bomb exploded in the historic Qissa Khwani bazaar, killing 38.
In July, there were reports of the slaughter of Christians by the FSA, the Free Syrian Army, in the province of Homs in Syria. A massacre was avoided thru the efforts of Assad’s Syrian Army made up of mostly Sunni Muslims.
During former President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood’s reign in Egypt, the Coptic Christians and other Christian minorities came under intense persecution. Over 40 churches were looted and burned with another 23 heavily damaged. Over 160 Christian owned buildings have been attacked. These attacks by the Muslim Brotherhood continue to this day. An Egypt court has now outlawed the Brotherhood clearing the way for a major crackdown by the Egyptian military.
Since 9-11, we here in the U.S. have not escaped the wrath of the fanatical Muslim terrorists. The Ft. Hood shooter killed 13 and wounded 30 others. The Benghazi attack killed four, including U.S. Ambassador Stevens, and wounded 10. The Boston Marathon bombers killed three and injured 264 others. It is only a matter of time that some homegrown Muslim zealots, or terrorists who sneak across our porous borders, again succeed in waging their Jihad against the U.S., “the Great Satan”.