The Ignored Genocide of Christians in Nigeria

A Scene All Too Familiar

John 16:2 says this “They will make you outcasts from the synagogue, but an hour is coming for everyone who kills you to think that he is offering service to God.”

As this article I’m sharing with you will show, Christians ARE ALREADY being persecuted around the world, Nigeria is just the new hot spot that no one is “speaking” about. That’s THE big reason why this website and the channel exist, to bring these types of stories to light. The article originated at the Gates Stone Institute. The tribulation hour is here, time is short!

“Earlier this year… [Boko Haram] released a video of a masked Muslim child holding a pistol behind a bound and kneeling Christian hostage, a 22-year-old biology student who was earlier abducted while traveling to his university. After chanting in Arabic and launching into an anti-Christian diatribe, the Muslim child shot the Christian several times in the back of the head.

Aside from some of the most grisly incidents… the so-called mainstream media does not report on the bulk of the persecution. Could journalists be worried that a politically incorrect pattern might emerge, in which attacks might appear ideologically driven, as opposed to just “crimes”?

The reason formerly simple Fulani herdsmen have, since 2015, managed to kill nearly twice as many Christians as the “professional” terrorists of Boko Haram…. is, to quote Nigerian bishop Matthew Ishaya Audu, “because President Buhari is also of the Fulani ethnic group.”

“Since the government and its apologists are claiming the killings have no religious undertones, why are the terrorists and herdsmen targeting the predominantly Christian communities and Christian leaders?” — The Christian Association of Nigeria, International Centre for Investigative Reporting, January 21, 2020.

“What Obama, John Kerry and Hilary Clinton did to Nigeria by funding and supporting [current president Muhammadu] Buhari in the 2015 presidential election and helping Boko Haram in 2014/2015 was sheer wickedness and the blood of all those killed by the Buhari administration, his Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram over the last 5 years are on their hands.” — Femi Fani-Kayode, Nigeria’s former Minister of Culture and Tourism, Facebook, February 12, 2020.”

Read the rest of the story HERE. https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/16349/genocide-christians-nigeria

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