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Muslim Terrorists Tell Nigeria's Christian President: 'Convert or Resign' Comments

Boko Haram is demanding that Nigeria's Christian president convert to Islam or resign, a stance that again calls into question the Obama administration's playing down of religion as the primary motivation for the radical group. Continue Reading

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  1. Judy Claar
    2 years ago

    david: I Totally agree. However, I see and hear that some Muslims are Not this way. Our Way of Jesus is So Very Different! It breathes Love. If indeed it is the old Muslim way, Somehow it Must go away, because it is dominance and hate. What religion is this? What devastation! This mentality overwhelms me. "Sacred Heart Of Jesus Have Mercy On Us".

  2. Judy Claar
    2 years ago

    Asobo julius: Who is your leader that takes everything away? Prayers and Blessings...

  3. Kingsley
    2 years ago

    Must some one be force 2 be an Isamic is wrong the bible say he who do not belive in jesus will be condem at da last day all bokoharam listing 2 me heaven and hell is real if u do not repant u all will be condem 2 hell

  4. david
    2 years ago

    What specifically is wrong with Islam that it has to threaten people in order to gain converts? Does any other religion have to resort to such uncivilized acts? The ancient past history of Catholicism aside, which all prudent people have acknowledged was wrong, is Islam and its adherents ever going to join the rest of humanity and strive for peace? I think not.

  5. Annemarie
    2 years ago

    Boko Haram needs to be brought to it's knees. These thugs have no right to do what they do to good people. I pray the Nigerian Christians are given the strength and resolve to fight back. Take back their freedom, take back their right to worship in peace, take back their right to live!

  6. jerzy gawor
    2 years ago

    I would say to these same muslims, 'convert to Catholic Christianity and be at peace with yourselves and with the world around you'. Only by truely following in the footsteps of Jesus Christ will there be peace in our world.

    Our Lady Queen of Heaven and Queen of Peace - Ora pro Nobis.

  7. Kasoy
    2 years ago

    The best way to fight these extremists is to support the Christian president with economic assistance particularly to develop and modernize its agriculture industry. Education is another area where America can help to further the cause of peace and stability in the country - construction of American-assisted modern school facilities would be an excellent starting point. Extremism flourishes in an environment of poverty, hopelessness, and ignorance. Nigeria needs food and books, not guns and bullets.

  8. Jorge
    2 years ago

    I appreciate the straightforward honest approach and analisys of this article.The only things I have to add is that most muslim "moderates" are cooperating with boko haram, giving them money, weapons and a safe-heaven to keep the mass-killing(genocide)of the christians. it is obvious the most immediate and rational step towards peace would require muslim "moderates"(the overwelming majority of muslims in negeria), to wipe boko haram from the map which would be extremely easy, but they will never do it because they secretly support, fund and give safe-haven to boko haram, just like pakistan does to the taliban.
    The alternative is to split nigeria in two, or else the genocide of christian nigerians will carry on unimpeded, a situation that would be sickening, disgusting and satanic!

  9. Tom
    2 years ago

    November will be here soon. We see obama doing the same "Name game" here. The white man who shot people he thought were muslems last week is called "Domestic terrorist" The muslim major who shot and killed so many of our soldiers, that incident was labeled "Workplace violence!" Are you kidding me!

  10. Simon
    2 years ago

    The muslims should be careful, if not God will destroy their generation.


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