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Boko Haram is back

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Abuja – The movement is more male declared dead by the Nigerian government, but the spectre of Boko Haram has yet again emerged. With the abduction of dozens of schoolgirls, the islamic terror group is once again hard hit and there are fears for a new ’Chibok’, the kidnapping of more than 270 schoolgirls from that same city that to worldwide protests and thanks to Michelle Obama became known to the movement, #BringBackOurGirls led.

A group of women earlier this year from the clutches of Boko Haram managed to escape.

Of the Chibok girls to be there since the atrocity in 2014 still 113 missing. From the stories of the girls who managed to escape or were freed or redeemed by the Nigerian authorities show that the newly abducted young women, a terrible fate awaits. They are raped, to a marriage with Boko Haram ’warrior’ forced or gebrainwasht then zelfmoordaanslagpleegster to be used. A well known tactic of Boko Haram since young girls are less to be distrusted by the Nigerian security forces. The released girls had months of therapy need to be there slightly on top. In the conservative society, it also helps not that they have their honor lost by the verkrachtende Boko Haram men.

The Chibok girls are but the tip of the iceberg. An estimated several thousand girls in the nine years that Boko Haram now fight against the, in their eyes, not according to the correct islamic rules living government disappeared. That was, however, never in great numbers, as in Chibok, so that got little attention. Hence, president Muhammadu Buhari several times, could say that the fight against Boko Haram was won. It also explains why the kidnapping Monday night, as a long silence was held. The government gave only an attack and suggested that the children with the teachers safely to the forest were ingevlucht. Parents reported, however, a truck filled with desperately screaming girls surrounded by armed men to have seen driving away. Only yesterday gave the government admit that there are fifty children have gone missing, the parents keep it on the double.

The assertion that Boko Haram is defeated is refuted by BBC Monitoring which is based on 48 media coverage in the various West-African languages and the international press. According to BBC Monitoring were there in 2017 150 attacks/attacks of the terrorist group and that there were more than the 127 a year earlier. Most of the attacks took place in the northern state of Borno. Boko Haram crossed regularly the border with Cameroon, Chad and Niger over to death and destruction, to sow.

The terrorists striving as IS, with which it has ties, an islamic caliphate. The conflict has since 2009 to 20,000 people and claimed the lives and caused at least two million internal refugees.

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