War Against Christians in Nigeria

Juicy Ecumenism | 9/26/2018 | Faith McDonnell
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Three important points:

#1. Islamist supremacism and the ensuing violence in Nigeria goes back far beyond the current upsurge by the Fulani and the years of slaughter by Boko Haram. One of the prime instigators was Uthman dan Fodio, the 19th century founder of the Sokoto Caliphate. dan Fodio’s great grandson made his ancestor’s and his own opinions on the future of Nigeria after independence from Britain quite clear.In the Parot newspaper of 12 October 1960, Sir Ahmadu Bello, the Sardauna of Sokoto, and Premier of the Northern Nigeria region said:

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The new nation called Nigeria should be an Estate of our great grandfather Uthman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We use the minorities in North as willing tools and the south as a conquered territory and never allow them to rule over us and never allow them to have control over their future.

#2. There is a strong connection between the Islamist supremacists of Nigeria and of Sudan. The president of Sudan, ICC-indicted war criminal Omar al Bashir is, reportedly, of Fulani background. And in the minutes of a top secret National Intelligence and Security Services meeting in Khartoum in June 2017, Bashir and his top cabinet members discuss:

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Linking Boko Haram with the Islamic State:

Linking Boko Haram with Islamists in Somalia:

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Planning to use Boko Haram as an armed militia or terrorist group against South Sudan, to further destabilize the country and “punish” South Sudan President Salva Kiir:

#3. No matter what you hear about global warming/climate change being responsible for the current attacks on “farmers” by “herdsmen,” or, more frequently, the “violent clashes between farmers and herdsmen (note the deliberate moral equivalence),” the killings and destruction in Northern and Central Nigeria are not about economics, they are about ideology, to quote the Stefanos Foundation. Whether it is...
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