#MyJihad in Nigeria: Muslims arrive in village, open fire, murder eight people

But remember: to stand up against this bloody madness would be “racist.”

“8 killed in northeast Nigeria extremist attack,” by Haruna Umar for the Associated Press, March 5 (thanks to Maxwell):

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) “” Authorities say an attack by the radical Islamic extremist network Boko Haram in northeast Nigeria has killed eight people.

The attack Monday night in Gwoza, a village in northeastern Borno state, saw fighters arrive in two trucks and open fire.

A security official later told The Associated Press that the Boko Haram gunmen killed seven civilians and a police inspector. The official spoke on condition of anonymity as he was not authorized to speak publicly with journalists.

Gwoza resident Umaru Yahuza said the fighting targeted a bank and the police station in the village….

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  1. says

    “But remember: to stand up against this bloody madness would be “racist.””

    I take it that this was Black on Black violence, but even so, it’s not racist if it’s Black on Black, Arab on Black or any non-White on anyone. It’s only racist when Whitey does it!

  2. says

    May God reach down from the heavens and smite all those that do evil in the name of the false God Allah (Puke be upon him)

    Wouldn’t that be something if my prayer came true, how many million would be turned to dust in the blink of an eye?

  3. says

    So much for being the best ummah ever risen for mankind all Muslims are capable of is fighting and killing I just hope we in the West can one day just let kill each other while we stop more of them from coming here.

  4. says

    Much better had Biafra been able to survive as a nation. It might have remained to this day a safe haven for not just the Igbo but for many other African Christians in the West Africa area.