Nigerian Christian worship subdued by church bombs
Anthonia Eke is trusting God to end an Islamist insurgency in northern Nigeria but won't be praying in church any more, after a string of bombs at Sunday services.
Some churches in northern Nigeria, usually packed with worshippers, were almost empty on Sunday morning and many people stayed away in other parts of the country after a week of violence in religiously-mixed Kaduna state.
At least 92 people were killed in the tit-for-tat attacks between Muslims and Christians in Kaduna last week, sparked by suicide bombings at three churches last Sunday that killed 19 people and were blamed on Islamist sect Boko Haram....
Jim, yes that would be the usual source, the same source, wouldn't it??
similar to ones honored at the WH. the same one who was given cover in Libya and now has arm in country. same one who now replaces mub in egyt. the same one given help at Syria border right now. the same one. isn't it Jim??? the same, same, very same one.
Investigators track Boko Haram funding to mainly the usual source. But as in the other message, it is not only the source of funding, but also the poor handling by the Nigerian government of the Boko Haram.