» 06/11/2012, 00.00
NIGERIA - ISLAM
Boko Haram wants to spark a war between Christians and Muslims, Jos bishop says
With attacks in Jos and Biu, Boko Haram is sowing death and causing fear in the population. For Mgr Kaigama, Muslims extremists are just a small criminal gang. Most Muslims are not terrorists.
12/01/2015 NIGERIA - ISLAM
Archbishop of Jos calls on world not to forget those who suffer, urges action to stop Boko Haram
Mgr Ignatius Kaigama talks about the suffering of a country hit by Islamist violence. For the prelate, what is going on "is not a clash between Christians and Muslims", but the result of an increasingly powerful group that is willing to attack anyone who stands in its way. He wants greater international commitment and "determination to halt terrorism."
27/06/2014 PHILIPPINES - NIGERIA
Manila, Filipino Students: Free Nigerian Girls Kidnapped by Boko Haram
At least 4 thousand girls, from elementary to high school, demonstrated in the streets of the capital. Brandishing placards and chanting slogans, they demanded the release of more than 200 kidnapped girls by Nigerian Islamist group. And they raised the right to education for women, distributing leaflets to commuters.
20/06/2013 ISLAM - NIGERIA
Card John Onayekam: Religion and terrorist violence in Nigeria
There is no "war of religion" in Nigeria but a series of terrorist attacks by locals and foreigners. Christians and Muslims alike criticise Boko Haram. The government's ineptitude has accentuated the problem. The Archbishop of Abuja speaks on the matter at the Oasis Conference.
30/06/2014 NIGERIA - ISLAM
Dozens killed and churches burned in latest Boko Haram attack
Police had promised residents protection following threats from the jihadists, but a local leader denounces that the army did not respond to requests for assistance launched by the villages under attack.
Nigeria, Boko Haram claims attacks on two churches: eight dead and over 50 injured
The attacks occurred Jos (central Nigeria) and Bui (nor-east of the country). Alarm: Islamization of African countries after the fall of the Libyan leader Gaddafi.
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