Saturday, January 10, 2015

Boko Haram's bloody massacre and orgy of murder - January 10 , 2015 -- Boko Haram ( ISIS in Africa ) wipes out 16 towns and kills thousands in its hugest terror attack involving town of Baga , while the world media focuses on France. Terror is terror wherever it occurs - even if it occurs in Africa and doesn't involve journalists.

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Girl carries out suicide attack in , leaving 19 dead, 18 injured



MOSCOW, January 10 (Sputnik) – A girl, believed to be as young as ten years old, carried out a suicide attack in Nigeria’s restive Borno State, leaving at least 19 people dead and 18 injured, AFP reports, citing local officials.

"Casualty figure: 20 dead and 18 injured, including the female suicide bomber that detonated the improvised explosive device," said Gideon Jubrin, a spokesman for Borno State’s plioce, as quoted by the news agency.
The attack took place at a market at approximately 12:40 p.m. (11:40 GMT). The girl was being searched at the entrance to the market when the explosion occurred.


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http://newswirengr.com/2015/01/10/amnesty-international-describes-baga-as-the-deadliest-massacre-by-boko-haram/#

( Understand the true count isn't known , too many bodies to count ... )



Hundreds of bodies remain strewn in the bush in Nigeria amid an ongoing attack described by Amnesty International as the “deadliest massacre” by Boko Haram.
District head Baba Abba Hassan said most victims are children, women and elderly people who could not run fast enough when fighters drove into Baga, firing rocket-propelled grenades and assault rifles on town residents.
“The human carnage perpetrated by Boko Haram terrorists in Baga was enormous,” Muhammad Abba Gava, a spokesman for poorly armed civilians in a defence group that fights Boko Haram, told The Associated Press news agency.
He said the civilian fighters gave up on trying to count all the bodies.
“No one could attend to the corpses and even the seriously injured ones who may have died by now,” Gava said.
An Amnesty International statement said there are reports the town was razed and as many as 2,000 people killed.
If true, “this marks a disturbing and bloody escalation of Boko Haram’s ongoing onslaught,” said Daniel Eyre, Nigeria researcher for Amnesty International.
Boko Haram violence has killed more than 10,000 people last year alone, according to the Washington-based Council on Foreign Relations.
More than a million people are displaced inside Nigeria and hundreds of thousands have fled across its borders into Chad, Cameroon and Nigeria.
Emergency workers said this week they are having a hard time coping with scores of children separated from their parents in the chaos of Boko Haram’s increasingly frequent and deadly attacks.
Just seven children have been reunited with parents in Yola, capital of Adamawa state, where about 140 others have no idea if their families are alive or dead, said Sa’ad Bello, the coordinator of five refugee camps in Yola.


http://www.tribune.com.ng/news/news-headlines/item/26356-un-begs-boko-haram-to-embrace-peace
United Nations Secretary-General, Mr Ban Ki Moon, on Friday urged leaders of the Boko Haram insurgence to embrace peace, especially now that Nigeria is set to hold its elections next month.
Ban, who said in statement that it was imperative for the sect to end the destruction of lives and communities, also called for the immediate release of Chibok Girls and others.
According to the statement, the international community cannot continue to let human rights abuses continue in the country with impunity.
“We face another grave test as Nigeria gets ready for her elections next month.
“Boko Haram has continued its violence, killing Christians and Muslims, kidnapping even more women and children, and destroying churches and mosques.
“I, therefore, urge Boko Haram’s leaders to end the destruction of so many lives and communities, and immediately and unconditionally release the kidnapped school girls and boys and all others.
“The international community cannot let human rights abuses continue with impunity,” the statement said.
It noted that activities of the insurgents had spread across the region and was now having direct impact on Cameroon and other countries.
Mayhem has spread across the region, and is now having a direct impact on Cameroon and other countries.
“As Secretary-General of the United Nations, I will continue to actively explore with member states on what more can be done,” the statement said.































Nigerians fleeing Boko Haram have created a refugee crisis in neighboring Chad:










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2000 Nigerians killed by . Yes, 2000. But please, you do continue giving attention to only Paris as Muslims were invloved there