Muslim extremists are currently central Nigeria

[farisei e salafiti, non riuscirebbero più, a dire la verità, neanche se volessero, per tanto è diventato satanico, il loro livello di perversione, infatti, io non sono riuscito, a dialogare, con i satanisti, di questa pagina, in 5anni, mai!] 22.10.2013, 04:23 Amnesty International: l'Arabia Saudita non ha mantenuto le promesse
... che la situazione riguardo i diritti umani in Arabia Saudita è peggiorata. Nel documento si sottolinea che le ... confronti degli eterodossi. Amnesty International nel rapporto [farisei e salafiti, non riuscirebbero più, a dire la verità, neanche se volessero, per tanto è diventato satanico, il loro livello di perversione, infatti, io non sono riuscito, a dialogare, con i satanisti, di questa pagina, in 5anni, mai!] “L'Arabia Saudita: promesse non mantenute” Il dirigente dei servizi segreti principe Bandar bin Sultan nella conversazione con alcuni diplomatici occidentali ha dichiarato che il suo Paese tra poco cambierà notevolmente il corso della politica estera, rivedendo i propri rapporti con gli USA. [farisei e salafiti, non riuscirebbero più, a dire la verità, neanche se volessero, per tanto è diventato satanico, il loro livello di perversione, infatti, io non sono riuscito, a dialogare, con i satanisti, di questa pagina, in 5anni, mai!]
Secondo le parole di Bandar, la decisione è provocata dal fatto che gli USA rifiutano di tenere in considerazione gli interessi dell'Arabia Saudita nel Medio Oriente. In particolare ha espresso lo scontento dell'inattività degli USA in Siria e della loro incapacità di ottenere progressi nella risoluzione del conflitto palestino-israeliano. Inoltre le autorità saudite sono inasprite dal processo di normalizzazione dei rapporti tra i Paesi dell'Occidente e l'Iran.
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KingxKingdom
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666GiudaicoMassonica, said: "if every form of life will not be able to be "purified" by the #atomic #fire, to be, at, across the planet, the only #Satanists-Masons, who, it will be #refugees, in the #underground #cities, of #USA, and #Norway. but, by the will of God, will be able to survive, approximately 1 billion: of people, but, then, #Islam, who will be given the blame, the #world #war, and the #destruction of #Israel. will be done: ban as: Nazism? #NATO, #IMF, #CIA, are #Satanism, the #Masonic #system, #esoteric #agenda, of the #Pharisees: they have enabled #Islamists. to kill: so many #innocent #Christians #martyrs, and replaced, the #Muslims, to power through, the #Islamists .. that's why, no one can say to the Pharisees, "You're wrong!" In fact, it's true: that: the #Islamists deserve to die: and that, they are worse than #Nazism itself.
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KingxKingdom
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Cecilia Gatto Trocchi. Esoterismo, miti, occultismo e nuove religioni
È stata autrice di numerose pubblicazioni riguardanti l'occultismo, l'esoterismo, le nuove religioni, i miti e le leggende e, in particolare, i fenomeni legati alle sette e alla diffusione delle pratiche magiche ed occulte.
Cecilia Gatto Trocchi (Roma, 19 giugno 1939 – Roma, 11 luglio 2005) è stata un'antropologa italiana, docente di antropologia culturale presso le Università di Cagliari, Università di Chieti, Perugia e – nell'ultima parte della sua vita – alla Sapienza e Roma Tre. In quest'ultima è stata anche direttrice dell'Osservatorio dei fenomeni magico-simbolici... -ANSWER - Questi professoroni? fanno gli atei, ma, poi, fanno i riti occultistici! comunque anno ftto passare il suo omicidio per suicidio!
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KingxKingdom
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miracula Unius Rei Verità sulla Massoneria 1di3 FMI NWO
06 marzo 2011 19:38 [satanismo di Stato? non è proibito essere satanisti, in Occidente]
  Sono stati riconosciuti contenuti di terze parti. -ANSWER - Contenuti audiovisivi gestita da: 3:48
DigitAlb [Il tuo video è bloccato a livello globale] ma, #Professoressa, #Cecilia #Gatto #Trocchi, (Roma, 19 giugno 1939 – Roma, 11 luglio 2005) è stata un'antropologa italiana, docente di #antropologia #culturale presso le #Università di #Cagliari, #Università di #Chieti, #Perugia e – nell'ultima parte della sua vita – alla #Sapienza e #Roma Tre. In quest'ultima è stata anche #direttrice #Osservatorio dei #fenomeni #magico-simbolici. ma, durante una #trasmissione #televisiva, ha denunciato la #massoneria #deviata, ha dato dell'ignorante ai #satanisti, e questo, gli è costata la vita, perché, un suo #collega #universitario si è vendicato!
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[[@ROTHSCILD, #USURAIO, #IMF, #Spa -- soltanto, un Re Cattolico, può annullare, la maledizione, che, re cattolici, hanno messo, sui farisei.. noi, vi abbiamo sempre guardati come crudeli carnefici, ma, in realtà voi siete le vittime.. se, Dio ha avuto fiducia in me? allora, anche tu, ne puoi avere! ]] The quality of mercy is not strain'd, It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven, Upon the place beneath: it is twice blest; It blesseth him that gives and him that takes:'Tis mightiest in the mightiest: it becomes, The throned monarch better than his crown; His sceptre shows the force of temporal power, The attribute to awe and majesty, Wherein doth sit the dread and fear of kings; But mercy is above this sceptred sway; It is enthroned in the hearts of kings, It is an attribute to God himself;
i10Comandamenti
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[[@ROTHSCILD, #USURAIO, #IMF, #Spa -- soltanto, un Re Cattolico, può annullare, la maledizione, che, re cattolici, hanno messo, sui farisei.. noi, vi abbiamo sempre guardati come crudeli carnefici, ma, in realtà voi siete le vittime.. se, Dio ha avuto fiducia in me? allora, anche tu, ne puoi avere! ]] And earthly power doth then show likest God's. When mercy seasons justice. Therefore, Jew, Though justice be thy plea, consider this, That, in the course of justice, none of us, Should see salvation: we do pray for mercy; And that same prayer doth teach us all to render, The deeds of mercy. I have spoke thus much, To mitigate the justice of thy plea; Which if thou follow, this strict court of Venice, Must needs give sentence 'gainst the merchant there. --ANSWER -- TU SEI PROPRIO SICURO, CHE, ISRAELE, ED I POPOLI, SI FARANNO UCCIDERE DA TE, ANCHE, QUESTA VOLTA?
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Mercy is a divine quality UNIUS REI @ # ROTHSCHILD , #Pharisee , #usurer , 666 , #IMF , #TROIKA - my students have prepared , in the Aula Magna , the theatrical performance of " The Merchant of Venice" by William Shakespeare ]] .. and the most touching, is not that of Christian morality , or wickedness of the Pharisees loan sharks , lost, in an implacable hatred against Christians ... because, it is too obvious , how to ,for William Shakespeare , Christians and Jews only , the two sides of the same tragedy , that is , they are both the victims .. because , being condemned by the Catholic princes , to give, money, to to bank interest , it means , to have, is doomed by hatred, a hatred , which makes it similar to the demons
i10Comandamenti
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Mercy is a divine quality UNIUS REI @ # ROTHSCHILD , #Pharisee , #usurer , 666 , #IMF , #TROIKA - my students have prepared , in the Aula Magna , the theatrical performance of " The Merchant of Venice" by William Shakespeare ]] .. that is why, the hymn to MERCY , that the beautiful Portia , says , disguised , as a lawyer in court, is the true meaning of the whole story ! [ because your hatred against Christians , thou hast always downloaded against the Jews by organizing , HOWEVER, also against, them the Holocaust , in a cyclic manner ?] help me! perché [ translate google] sta mettondo lo spazio nella punteggiatura?
i10Comandamenti
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@ #ROTHSCHILD, #fariseo, #usuraio, 666, #FMI, #TROIKA, -- i miei alunni hanno preparato, in Aula Magna, la rappresentazione teatrale di: "Il Mercante di Venezia", di William Shakespeare.. e la parte più commovente non è quella della morale cristiana, o della malvagità, dei faisei strozzini, perduti, in un odio implacabile, contro, i cristiani... perché, è fin troppo evidente, di come, per, William Shakespeare, cristiani ed ebrei solo, due lati della stessa tragedia, cioè, sono entrambi delle vittime.. perché, essere condannati, dai Priincipi cattolici, a dare, i soldi, ad usura, significa, avere, il destino segnato dall'odio, un odio, che, rende simile ai demoni.. ecco perché, l'inno alla MISERICORDIA, che la bella Porzia, recita, tavestita da avvocato, in TRIBUNALE, è il vero significato, di tutta la storia! [perché, il tuo odio, contro, i cristiani, tu lo hai sempre scaricato, contro, gli ebrei organizzando, CONTRO, DI loro l'Olocausto, in modo ciclico?]

Il capo dei servizi segreti saudita ha dichiarato la revisione dei rapporti con gli USA

Student Murdered in Clash over Evangelism
   

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December 20 (CDN) — December 20 (Compass) -- Opposition to Christian evangelism in Nigeria has resulted in the murder of Sunday Nache Achi, a fourth-year architectural student at Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University in the northern city of Bauchi. University ....

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    @ King Saudi Arabia (Arab League): there is one aspect: very nice, of this: World War III, is: that, the Americans won, etc. .. or, whether, they win, the Russians, etc. ..? always, you're dead, really good, always, and in any case! while, Israel was programmed by me, to resist any thing! because, if, Israel were destroyed? then, satanists IMF 666, ie, all, aliens abductions, zombies, of: Rothschild? could not be stopped! @King Saudi Arabia (Lega Araba): c'è un aspetto: molto simpatico, di questa: III guerra mondiale, sia: che, vincono gli americani, ecc.. o, sia che, vincono, i Russi, ecc..? tu sei morto, molto bene, sempre e, comunque! mentre, Israele è stato programmato da me, a resistere ad ogni cosa! perché, se Israele fosse distrutto, gli zombies 666 di Rothschild? non potrebbero essere fermati!



    of course, someone may even believe that he is right, while Unius REI is wrong .. but this is the truth, without, Unius REI, no one's life: of none, can be safe, on this planet, that's why, you are forced to do what I want! lol. after all, the monarchy, not is democracy! lol. on the other hand, I'm not a dictator cheerful? certo, qualcuno può anche credere che, lui ha ragione, mentre Unius REI ha torto.. ma, questa è la verità, senza Unius REI, la vita di: nessuno, può essere al sicuro, su questo pianeta, ecco perché, voi siete costretti a fare, quello, che io voglio! lol. dopotutto, la monarchia, non è la democrazia! lol. in compenso, non sono io un dittatore allegro?

  

    @Abu Antar, any sharia, any jihad, and, there is, always, his caliphate worldwide, for slavery universal, for you, the Corano, is like, talmud for pharisees! who is speaking ill of me, to my shoulders now? you do not know, that who rejects? , him is that buy!

Politicians Blame Violence on ‘Religious Exclusivism’
   

   Published in 2004

December 6 (CDN) — December 6 (Compass) -- Christian leaders from northern Nigeria attending a two-day peace conference in the city of Kaduna blamed the politics of religious exclusiveness for the incessant violence that has claimed over 53,000 lives in the past four ....

Two Killed as Muslim Militants Attack Evangelists
   

   Published in 2004

November 30 (CDN) — November 30 (Compass) -- Police have arrested 10 Muslim militants in Dutse, the capital of the state of Jigawa in northern Nigeria, for perpetrating an attack on a team of Christian evangelists on November 23. The incident reportedly left two people ....

Christian Leaders Call for End to Emergency Rule
   

   Published in 2004

November 2 (CDN) — November 2 (Compass) -- Representatives of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in the central state of Plateau have called on the Nigerian government to bring to an end to emergency rule imposed on the state six months ago and to restore all ....

Muslim Militants Threaten to Kill Christian Nurses
   

   Published in 2004

October 13 (CDN) — October 13 (Compass) — Muslim militants have threatened to kill Christian nurses serving at the Federal Medical Center in the town of Keffi, in the central state of Nasarawa, unless they stop conducting Christian worship services. An undated letter ....

Muslim Militants Threaten to Kill Christian Nurses
   

   Published in 2004

October 13 (CDN) — October 13 (Compass) — Muslim militants have threatened to kill Christian nurses serving at the Federal Medical Center in the town of Keffi, in the central state of Nasarawa, Nigeria, unless they stop conducting Christian worship services. An ....

Islamic Sect Attacks Villagers
   

   Published in 2004

September 27 (CDN) — September 27 (Compass) — An Islamic militant group that has been terrorizing non-Muslim communities in northern Nigeria since the beginning of the year struck again on September 20, burning down villages, killing four policemen and kidnapping seven ....

Nigeria Stops Christian Crusade
   

   Published in 2004

August 31 (CDN) — August 31 (Compass) — The state government of Kwara dispatched policemen to stop a five-day program organized by German evangelist Reinhard Bonnke after its second day on Thursday, August 19, claiming that if the meetings were allowed to continue, ....

Officials Reinstate Christian Nurses
   

   Published in 2004

August 30 (CDN) — August 30 (Compass) — Nigerian officials have reinstated 11 Christian nurses at the Federal Medical Center in Azare, a town in the northern state of Bauchi, more than two years after they were fired for refusing to abide by an Islamic dress code. ....

Christian Leaders Seek Government’s Intervention
   

   Published in 2004

August 18 (CDN) — August 11 (Compass) — Governor Alhaji Ahmed Sani of Zamfara state, who first introduced the Islamic legal system in Nigeria four years ago, is being accused by Zamfara’s Christians of religious persecution. The Zamfara state Islamic government ....

Christian Leaders Seek Government’s Intervention
   

   Published in 2004

August 11 (CDN) — August 11 (Compass) — Governor Alhaji Ahmed Sani of Zamfara state, who first introduced the Islamic legal system in Nigeria four years ago, is being accused by Zamfara’s Christians of religious persecution. The Zamfara state Islamic government ....

Church Leaders Skeptical of State of Emergency
   

   Published in 2004

July 7 (CDN) — July 7 (Compass) — Church leaders in the central Nigerian state of Plateau say the imposition of a state of emergency there will not bring an end to fierce religious conflict between Muslims and Christians. Rev. Alexander Lar of the Church of Christ ....

Religious Conflict Defies Solution
   

   Published in 2004

June 16 (CDN) — June 16 (Compass) — Religious violence continues to plague the central Nigerian state of Plateau, despite the declaration of a state of emergency. Police authorities say Muslims now employ guerilla tactics to attack Christians. Five people died on ....

Town Riots on Anniversary of Preacher’s Murder
   

   Published in 2004

June 14 (CDN) — June 14 (Compass) — Violence broke out between Muslims and Christians in the town of Numan, Nigeria, on June 8, resulting in the deaths of at least nine people. Places of worship belonging to both faiths were also destroyed in the clash. The Numan ....

Muslim ‘Protest’ Turns Deadly
   

   Published in 2004

May 14 (CDN) — Rev. Samson Bukar was killed Feb. 23May 13 (Compass) — On Tuesday, May 11, thousands of Muslims in the northern city of Kano took to the streets in protest against recent attacks on fellow Muslims in the town of Yelwa in nearby Plateau state. (See ....

Muslim ‘Protest’ Turns Deadly
   

   Published in 2004

May 13 (CDN) — May 13 (Compass) — On Tuesday, thousands of Muslims in the northern city of Kano protested recent attacks on fellow Muslims in the town of Yelwa in Plateau state. Police officials place the death toll at 30 and say another 300 have suffered ....

Televised Miracles Banned, Violence Continues
   

   Published in 2004

May 11 (CDN) — May 11 (Compass) — The National Broadcasting Commission of the Nigerian government has banned television and radio broadcasts of Christian programs portraying healings and other miracles. The move has sparked a sharp debate among church leaders. ....

Fresh Violence Erupts in Plateau State
   

   Published in 2004

May 7 (CDN) — May 7 (Compass) — Fresh religious violence has erupted in Yelwa town in the central state of Plateau, Nigeria, two months after Muslim militants killed a pastor and 48 members of his church there on February 23. The latest Muslim-Christian clash has ....

Muslim Fanatics Burn Down 10 Churches
   

   Published in 2004

April 8 (CDN) — April 8 (Compass) — Muslim fanatics burned down 10 Christian churches in the town of Makarfi in the northern state of Kaduna, Nigeria, on Saturday. Claims that a mentally retarded Christian teenager desecrated a copy of the Quran, the Muslim holy ....

Christian Leaders Lament Religious Violence
   

   Published in 2004

April 5 (CDN) — April 5 (Compass) — Christian leaders have condemned Muslim fundamentalists for killing Christians and destroying churches in northern Nigeria, warning that the national government’s inability to address the violence could turn the country into a ....

Eight Pastors Killed
   

   Published in 2004

April 2 (CDN) — April 2 (Compass) — Religious violence that erupted in the Nigerian state of Plateau during March has resulted in the deaths of eight pastors and 1,500 Christian believers, and the destruction of 173 churches. The Christian Association of Nigeria ....

Authorities Arrest Sponsor of Muslim Militants
   

   Published in 2004

March 15 (CDN) — March 15 (Compass) — Government security agents in Nigeria have reported the arrest of a Sudanese Muslim businessman who heads a Saudi Arabia-funded charity in connection with financing bloody Islamic attacks on Christians. Sheik Muhiddeen ....

Court Sentences Three ‘Masqueraders’ to Death
   

   Published in 2004

March 10 (CDN) — March 10 (Compass) — On February 28, a Nigerian court sentenced three men to death for the December 1996 murder of Rev. Oluwatosin Olajide, pastor of the Baiyeku Apostolic Church in the Ikorodu district of Lagos. Idowu Shobowale, Kabiru Omolade and ....

Renewed Religious Violence Engulfs Central Nigeria
   

   Published in 2004

March 8 (CDN) — March 8 (Compass) — A pastor of the Church of Christ in Nigeria and 48 members of his church were among the 200 people killed in a recent outbreak of religious violence that engulfed the central Nigerian state of Plateau. Pastor Samson Bukar and the ....

Muslim Students Torch Home of Christian Educator
   

   Published in 2004

February 23 (CDN) — February 23 (Compass) — Muslim students at Nigeria’s Federal College of Education in the northern city of Yola burned down the home of the school’s provost, a Christian, on January 16. Sources at the college say the attack on Provost Dr. John ....

Displaced Christians Struggle to Survive
   

   Published in 2004

January 29 (CDN) — January 29 (Compass) — For the past three years, 15-year-old Helen James has lived in a refugee camp in central Nigeria following the death of her father, mother, two sisters and three brothers in religious violence that engulfed Christians in the ....

Islamic Law Enforcers Victimize Christian Women
   

   Published in 2004

January 26 (CDN) — January 26 (Compass) — Christian leaders in northern Nigeria report that enforcement of the Islamic legal code known as sharia is continuing despite protests and drastically impinges on the religious liberty of Christians. According to reports, 23 ....

Churches Destroyed, Families Displaced by Religious Conflict
   

   Published in 2004

January 9 (CDN) — (Compass) -- Muslim extremists burned down 10 churches and over 100 church-owned properties in November during unprovoked attacks against Christians in the town of Kazaure. According to Rev. Umaru Dutse, Chairman of the Jigawa state chapter of the ....

Muslim Extremists Mount Attacks in Northern Nigeria
   

   Published in 2004

January 6 (CDN) — (Compass) -- Police and military units in the northeastern state of Yobe, Nigeria, ended a violent attempt last week by Muslim militants to carve out an Islamic Republic there. Extremists allegedly affiliated with the Taliban movement in Afghanistan ....

Security Forces Raid Muslim Militants
   

   Published in 2003

December 30 (CDN) — (Compass) -- In the pre-dawn hours of December 18, a combined team of army, air force and police personnel stormed a Muslim militant stronghold in the city of Jos, Nigeria, to pre-empt extremist attacks on Christians during the Christmas holidays. ....

British, Nigerian Christians Launch Rights Initiative
   

   Published in 2003

December 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — Christian Solidarity Worldwide, a U.K.-based Christian human rights organization, is seeking the reinstatement of 11 Christian nurses in Nigeria fired for refusing to change their nurses’ uniforms for Islamic dress. The 11 nurses lost ....

Campus Violence Leaves Three Dead, Scores Injured
   

   Published in 2003

December 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — Hundreds of Muslim extremists in Nigeria unleashed violence on the Christian community at the University of Maiduguri on the first weekend of November. The Saturday and Sunday attacks left three Christian students dead and at least 20 ....

Muslim Mobs Burn Churches And Homes Of Christians
   

   Published in 2003

December 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — Mobs of Muslim fundamentalists rampaged through the town of Kazaure in the northern state of Jigawa, Nigeria, on November 19, burning 11 churches to the ground and destroying Christian homes and businesses. Thousands of Christians have ....

University Students Clash, Churches Demolished
   

   Published in 2003

November 14 (CDN) — (Compass) —Violent clashes between Muslim and Christian students at educational institutions across Nigeria have increased, with the latest incident occurring at Ahmadu Bello University in Kaduna state. A female Christian student was attacked and ....

Convert Attacked for Refusing to Renounce Christianity
   

   Published in 2003

November 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — A Muslim convert to Christianity narrowly escaped death when he was attacked by a Muslim fanatic on September 15 in the city of Jos, central Nigeria. “It was around 5 p.m. on Monday in my store,” Mr. Lucky Kadri told Compass from his ....

Death Penalty Debate Highlights Religious Differences
   

   Published in 2003

October 10 (CDN) — (Compass) — Nigeria is feeling pressure from human rights organizations and the international community to review the death penalty law, according to the justice minister, Akinlolu Olujimi. The ensuing debate has degenerated into a verbal war ....

Government Council Bans Christian Worship
   

   Published in 2003

October 10 (CDN) — (Compass) — Authorities of Kumbotso local government council in the state of Kano, Nigeria, have banned Christian worship, a decision that has heightened tensions between Muslims and Christians in the area. “This directive for Christians not to ....

Laws on Alcohol, Prostitution Used to Jail Christians
   

   Published in 2003

October 10 (CDN) — (Compass) — Three years into the implementation of the Islamic legal code known as sharia, Christian leaders in northern Nigeria say that Muslim-controlled states are using the law to persecute Christians. In the state of Niger, five Christian women ....

Muslim Militants Attack Christian Villages
   

   Published in 2003

September 12 (CDN) — (Compass) — Over 100 well-armed Muslim militants swarmed into three Christian villages in northern Nigeria on August 25. Seven people were reportedly killed, 30 homes burned and 140 families displaced in the 8 p.m. invasion. The attack on Pamadu, ....

Two Catholic Priests Assassinated
   

   Published in 2003

September 12 (CDN) — (Compass) — Two priests of the Roman Catholic Church have been assassinated in southeastern Nigeria. According to a statement issued by the Roman Catholic Secretariat of the Nigerian Catholic Church in Lagos, Father Patrick Ekwuno of Awka Diocese ....

Christian King Dethroned for Refusing to Worship Idol
   

   Published in 2003

August 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — A prominent Christian monarch in southwest Nigeria has been dethroned for his refusal to participate in an animist religious festival. King Oba Samuel Adara Aderiye of Ode Ekiti was nearly lynched when adherents of the cult of Semuregede ....

Muslim-Christian Tensions Simmer
   

   Published in 2003

August 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — Evidence of rising political and religious tension recently surfaced in Africa’s most populous nation. On August 4, armed men disguised in pastoral robes forced their way into the residence of Monsignor Obiora Ike, vicar general of the ....

Compensation Granted for Destroyed Churches, Mosques
   

   Published in 2003

July 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — The government of the Nigeria state of Kaduna has released nearly $10 million as compensation for Christian churches and Muslim mosques destroyed in last year’s religious riots. According to state accountant-general Malam Ya’u Shehu, the ....

Muslim Extremists Attack Churches, Evangelist
   

   Published in 2003

July 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — Muslim fundamentalists attacked the Christian communities of Galadum and Wahim in the Langtang area of Plateau state, killing one person, burning churches and houses and driving off a total of 300 head of cattle. Mr. Nandan Bako, a ....

Pastor’s Children Killed in Ethnic Clash
   

   Published in 2003

July 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — A tragic burst of ethnic violence between Ijaw and the Itsekiri tribal groups in the town of Koko, Nigeria, claimed the lives of four young children of a Foursquare Gospel pastor. Pastor Matthew Omodion was at his church on the day Ijaw ....

Religious Violence Claims 10 Lives
   

   Published in 2003

June 16 (CDN) — (Compass) — Religious violence broke out on June 9 in Numan, a town in the northern state of Adamawa. Clashes between Muslims and Christians left 10 people dead and places of worship destroyed, following the murder of a Christian evangelist at the ....

Justice Minister Critical of Sharia
   

   Published in 2003

June 16 (CDN) — (Compass) — In his final public speech before leaving office last month, Nigeria’s outgoing Minister of Justice expressed disapproval of sharia, the Islamic justice system implemented in some northern states, describing the law as “procedurally ....

Muslim Terrorists Invade Village
   

   Published in 2003

June 16 (CDN) — (Compass) — In the early hours of May 9, some 200 Muslim terrorists invaded the villages of Shirlur and Dadinkowa in Plateau state, raping women, setting houses ablaze and leaving four people dead. Community leader Nantur Zhingven was the first ....

Plots Against Christians Uncovered
   

   Published in 2003

June 16 (CDN) — (Compass) — Security agents in Lagos have uncovered a document outlining plans by an extremist Muslim sect to attack Christians while they worship. A one-page letter circulated by members of the Youth Forum Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) disclosed ....

Governor-Elect Promises Revolutionized Islamic Law
   

   Published in 2003

May 19 (CDN) — (Compass) — The governor-elect of the state of Kano in northern Nigeria has disclosed that his administration will implement Islamic law with a human face. Alhaji Ibrahim Shekarau, a Muslim elected in the April 19 gubernatorial elections, said his ....

Pastor and Six Family Members Burned to Death
   

   Published in 2003

May 19 (CDN) — (Compass) — A zealous Christian preacher and six members of his family died in a house fire on April 22, which Christian leaders believe Muslim militants deliberately set. Sunday Madumere and his family were asleep when flames engulfed their home, ....

Schools Remain a Battleground
   

   Published in 2003

April 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — A magistrate court in Nigeria’s southwestern state of Oyo arraigned 24 Muslim militants over a recent attack on Christian schools in Ibadan city. The militants were demanding that all female students wear the hijab, a Muslim head ....

Army Uncovers Arms Smuggling
   

   Published in 2003

March 14 (CDN) — (Compass) -- In early February, a Nigerian Army unit intercepted a shipment of weapons in Plateau state apparently intended for use by militant Muslims in attacks against Christians. Engulfed in religious conflicts between Muslims and Christians ....

Religious Conflict Invades Education
   

   Published in 2003

March 14 (CDN) — (Compass) -- Religious tension between Muslims and Christians in Nigeria has moved to yet another social arena: education. On February 19, Muslim extremists attacked Christian mission schools in the city of Ibadan, injuring hundreds of students and ....

Religious Violence Erupts Again
   

   Published in 2003

March 14 (CDN) — (Compass) -- Religious violence erupted last month in the Nigerian state of Plateau. Residents of predominantly Christian communities in the Langtang district attacked Takbam, Takalafiya and Mabudi villages in retaliation for earlier Muslim ....

Christian Retaliation Increasing
   

   Published in 2003

February 11 (CDN) — (Compass) -- Seventeen Christians from various church denominations in Aba, a city in Nigeria’s southern Abia state, were arrested in late January over reprisal attacks on Muslims. Sources said Christians were reacting to “incessant” assaults on ....

Police Kill Four Christians, Injure Eight
   

   Published in 2003

January 13 (CDN) — (Compass) — On December 14, officers from the Nigeria federal police force killed four Catholic Christians and injured eight others as the group was returning home on a bus from a crusade and all-night prayer vigil. Charity Chukwu, 18, one of the ....

Religious Violence Leads to Death, Displacement
   

   Published in 2003

January 13 (CDN) — (Compass) — Seven persons died and five others suffered injuries in a clash between Muslim nomads and Christian peasant farmers in two villages in northern Nigeria. The December 13 violence occurred when Muslim Fulani nomads allowed their cattle to ....

One Church Burned, Another Rebuilt
   

   Published in 2003

January 13 (CDN) — (Compass) — Muslim militants armed with guns, clubs, machetes and bows and arrows attacked Christian residential areas in the city of Bauchi on December 26 as Christmas celebrations in the city were concluding. Attackers chanted “Allahu Akbar” (God ....

Christians Arrested for Sharia Violations
   

   Published in 2002

December 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — Ninety-one Christians were jailed by the government of Niger state for alleged violations of sharia, or Islamic law. Alhaji Mohammed Bida, chairman of the state’s Islamic enforcement board, stated that 182 police operations were carried ....

Conflict Over Newspaper Article Engulfs Nation
   

   Published in 2002

December 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — At least 250 people have been killed, 200 others wounded and 26 Christian churches burned to the ground by Muslim extremists protesting a Nigerian newspaper article they claim blasphemed the prophet Mohammed. Muslims, angered by a ....

Muslim Extremists Pressure Christians
   

   Published in 2002

December 14 (CDN) — (Compass) — Leaders of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in southwest Nigeria have denounced incessant attacks by Muslim extremists on the churches in the area. “The clergy and Christians in Ikota Estate area are increasingly under ....

Inter-Religious Violence Claims Scores Of Lives
   

   Published in 2002

November 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — Twenty Christian students have been confirmed dead and 50 others injured following a bloody clash with Muslim schoolmates at the Federal College of Education in the city of Zaria, northern Nigeria. Police detained eight people in ....

Sharia Court Judges Found To Be Incompetent
   

   Published in 2002

November 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — A judicial body in Katsina state, northern Nigeria, has revealed that justices appointed to courts that try cases involving sharia, the Islamic legal system, are not qualified for the job. Alhaji Mohammed Sabiu Jibya, Chairman of the ....

State Government Demolishes Churches
   

   Published in 2002

November 15 (CDN) — (Compass) — State officials in Borno, northern Nigeria, have demolished churches in the capital city of Maiduguri and plan to demolish more, claiming that the buildings infringe on city development ordinances. Christian leaders said that the church ....

Citizens Speak Out Against Islamic Law
   

   Published in 2002

October 11 (CDN) — (Compass) — Political and religious leaders in Nigeria continue an intense debate over the Islamic law of sharia, implemented by 12 of the country’s 36 states. Some Muslim politicians appear to agree with Christian leaders that the imposition of ....

Police Crack Down on Militants
   

   Published in 2002

October 11 (CDN) — (Compass) — Plateau state police arrested a Muslim who has been financing attacks against unarmed Christian villagers during the religious conflict that has engulfed northern Nigeria. Alhaji Damina Iya was arrested in the village of Laka on ....

Christians Stand Trial for Destroying Cultic Shrines
   

   Published in 2002

September 13 (CDN) — (Compass) -- Twenty-one Christians, including three ministers, are facing prosecution for their part in helping police in southeastern Nigeria expose a cult that has murdered more than 32 persons. Officials have charged the defendants with ....

Islamic State Government Stockpiles Arms
   

   Published in 2002

September 13 (CDN) — (Compass) -- Evidence that the Islamic government of Zamfara state in northern Nigeria is stockpiling arms is causing a mass exodus of Christians, who see the move as preparation to wage full-scale jihad (religious war) against them. “The situation ....

State Government Plans to Abolish Half the Churches
   

   Published in 2002

September 13 (CDN) — (Compass) -- The government of Kano state in northern Nigeria has apparently decided to continue its policy of church demolition until only fifty percent of the existing Christian congregations remain in the state. On August 13, government officials ....

Five Hundred Killed in Religious Conflict
   

   Published in 2002

August 9 (CDN) — (Compass) — Some 500 persons died in an outbreak of violence between Muslims and Christians in Wase, a town in Plateau state in northern Nigeria. Prominent Christian leaders Vincent Lar, Gabriel Kumdum, and Tsaih Bakinrijia, a former police chief, ....

State Governor Imposes Arabic Language
   

   Published in 2002

August 9 (CDN) — (Compass) — In a controversial step, the governor of the northern state of Zamfara, Ahmed Sani, a Muslim, announced the enforced use of the Arabic language by all residents of the state, including Christians. Sani, who introduced the Islamic legal ....

Anglican Church Condemns State Governments
   

   Published in 2002

July 18 (CDN) — (Compass) — The Nigerian Anglican Church condemned the Kaduna state government in northern Nigeria for the incessant religious conflicts between Muslims and Christians that have threatened peaceful co-existence in the state. The church also ....

Islamic Extremists Kill a Christian
   

   Published in 2002

July 18 (CDN) — (Compass) — A Christian policeman was killed on June 6 by Muslim extremists in Katsina state in northern Nigeria after he warned an Islamic preacher to stop inciting Muslims against Christians. While preaching to a crowd at the Batsari market, the ....

Christians Face a Variety of Problems
   

   Published in 2002

June 21 (CDN) — (Compass) - Religious and ethnic violence between Muslims and Christians continued in May and June, and tensions increased in several states over the use of Islamic law. On May 2 in Jos, Plateau state, 100 persons were feared dead when Muslims and ....

Two Converts to Christianity Face Death
   

   Published in 2002

May 13 (CDN) — (Compass) - Two Nigerian Muslims who converted to the Christian faith in Mada village of northern Nigeria’s Zamfara state are missing, possibly at the hands of Muslim fundamentalists seeking to kill them for changing their faith. Former Muslims ....

Christians Question Reasons for Church Demolitions
   

   Published in 2002

May 13 (CDN) — (Compass) - Government officials demolished 11 churches in April. The government claims the three churches demolished in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital territory, did not meet the required building standards, although the pastor of one church stated that ....

Defense Minister Says Muslims Plan to Wipe Out Christianity
   

   Published in 2002

May 13 (CDN) — (Compass) - Muslim leaders aim to eradicate Christianity in northern Nigeria, says Nigeria’s Defense Minister, Lt. General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma. Danjuma told a gathering of the Northern (Nigeria) Christian Elders Forum on April 20 that ....

Pope Tells Priests to Resist Islamic Fundamentalism
   

   Published in 2002

May 13 (CDN) — (Compass) - Pope John Paul II urged leaders of Nigeria’s Catholic Church to resist attempts by Muslim fundamentalists to impose Islam on the country. The pope’s comments came on April 20 while receiving a group of visiting Nigerian priests in Rome. ....

Islamic Law Declared Unconstitutional
   

   Published in 2002

April 19 (CDN) — (Compass) - Nigeria’s Justice Minister, Kanu Agabi, declared in a March 18 letter that the Islamic legal system now in operation in 12 northern states was illegal and unconstitutional. “A court which imposes discriminatory punishments is ....

State Bans House Churches
   

   Published in 2002

April 19 (CDN) — (Compass) - Nigeria’s Lagos state has outlawed the use of residential buildings as house churches, and new church building projects must secure governmental approval. Churches were informed on March 27 that failure to adhere to these measures would ....

State Government Closes 24 Christian Schools
   

   Published in 2002

April 19 (CDN) — (Compass) - Nigeria’s Kano state government closed 24 Christian schools because of their refusal to provide Islamic religious studies as part of their curricula. An educational task force was set up by the state government to enforce the ....

Fourteen Killed In Attack On Christian Crusade
   

   Published in 2002

April 19 (CDN) — (Compass) - Fourteen Christians were killed in Enugu city in southeastern Nigeria on Thursday, March 7, when suspected government agents stormed a crusade ground in an alleged attempt to kill a Catholic priest who has been critical of government ....

Christian Schools Closed
   

   Published in 2002

March 15 (CDN) — (Compass) - The Kano state government in northern Nigeria has closed 122 Christian schools, claiming that the schools were operating illegally. Mohammed Tahir Adamu, special adviser to the Kano state governor on Islamic Affairs, denied on February ....

Christians An ‘Endangered Species’
   

   Published in 2002

March 15 (CDN) — (Compass) - The leader of a Christian organization said on February 23 that Christians in northern Nigeria had become an “endangered species,” citing incessant killings, attacks and destruction of their property. “Christians in northern Nigeria have ....

State Government Closes Two Churches
   

   Published in 2002

February 15 (CDN) — (Compass) - The government of Zamfara state in northern Nigeria, which was the first to introduce the Islamic legal system, is saying there are too many churches, and some must be demolished. Two churches were closed in January in Zamfara - the ....

Christians Reject ‘Talibanization’
   

   Published in 2001

December 14 (CDN) — (Compass) - Christian leaders in Nigeria continue to reject what they say is a Taliban brand of Islam that is being forced on all religions despite claims it will only affect Muslims. Rev. Henry Ndukuba, Anglican bishop of Gombe Diocese in northern ....

Commission Orders Arrests of Church Leaders
   

   Published in 2001

December 14 (CDN) — (Compass) - The Commission of Inquiry instituted by the Kaduna state government to investigate the causes of religious riots that rocked the state in February and May last year has recommended the arrest of several top Christian leaders. The ....

Death Toll Mounts in Religious Conflict
   

   Published in 2001

December 14 (CDN) — (Compass) - More people die each week in Nigeria as violent conflicts over Islamic law and anti-American sentiment threaten to destabilize large areas of Africa’s most populous country. A security agencies’ report said more than 2,000 persons were ....