Another day, another jihad massacre in Nigeria. This follows the jihad murder of 39 people in Mainok on Saturday, and the mass murder in a Maiduguri market that same day. These ongoing jihad mass murder attacks show how truly monstrous is the entire “Islamophobia” mythmaking industry, and “Islamophobia” seminars such as the one last week at Georgetown University: cosseted academics sit in oaken meeting rooms in prestigious universities discussing supposed hatred of Islam, never bothering even to mention that every day, innocent people are being murdered because of Islam’s doctrine of jihad, and doing all they can to demonize and marginalize those who are calling attention to these atrocities and their root causes. The result will be inevitable: more jihad murders.
Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau put it succinctly: “The reason why I will kill you is you are infidels…we must establish Islam in this country.” But as the jihad body count rises, Daniel Varisco and John Esposito (and Reza Aslan and his gunsel Nathan Lean, and Nihad Awad and Ibrahim Hooper, and 1000 others) will just speak even more loudly about the need to silence all criticism of Islam and end all counter-terror initiatives. The blood, quite obviously, is on their hands.
“Nigeria bloodshed continues with 32 dead,” from the Associated Press, March 3 (thanks to Lookmann):
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) — After a weekend of violence, officials say 32 people were killed in an attack on the northern Nigerian village of Mafa Sunday night, after soldiers fled the area, outgunned by suspected Islamist insurgents.
Thatched roofs were set ablaze as gunmen rolled into town shooting at about 8 p.m., witnesses say. All homes, shops and government buildings were destroyed. Senator Ahmed Zannah says two police officers were also killed in a bomb blast early Monday, as they attempted to rescue other victims.
The destruction comes after bombings and shootouts on Saturday evening in Borno State, Nigeria that killed nearly 100 people.
Zannah says a week before the attack most Mafa residents fled their homes after leaflets were dropped in the village, warning of imminent danger. He said seven soldiers in Borno are also believed to be missing.