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Nigeria’s Federal Government says Boko Haram now have “a deliberate policy of attacking Christians” 
By Lord Alton of Liverpool

This long overdue admission by the Nigerian Federal Government is welcome.

This week I have been meeting Nigerians from Muslim and Christian backgrounds . They shared their stories of Boko Haram’s barbarism.

Muslims have also been caught up in the violence but Mr. Mohammed is right when he says of Boko Haram :“They have started targeting Christians and Christian villages for a specific reason, which is to trigger a religious war and throw the nation into chaos.”

He said: “… they seem to now have a deliberate policy of attacking Christians” and that the killing of 11 Christians on Christmas Eve fits into the strategy.​ 
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Experts Form "Strategy Coalition to Protect Christians and Religious Pluralism in Sub-Sahara"

ISIS, Al-Qaeda & Others Pose Threat of Religious Genocide in Africa, Session Concludes at Ave Maria Law

NAPLES, Fla., March 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Following a surge in beheadings, abductions and other violent assaults by Islamic extremists targeting Catholic priests, Protestant ministers, and ordinary Christians in sub-Saharan Africa, 20 leading experts in international religious freedom convened a three-day emergency strategy session, March 5-7, on how to respond. It was held at Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida.  
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Nigerians warn Parliamentarians that President Buhari is failing to curb a Genocide in the making and risks civil war and the breakup of the country …
By Lord Alton of Liverpool

Three stories published today illustrate why the disingenuous narrative that Nigeria’s violence is to be explained by global warming, rather than ideology, is perilously close to becoming fake news propaganda.​  Read More - click here

Africa’s Young Christian Communities Are Now in Islamic-Extremist Crosshairs
By Nina Shea (Nina Shea is a Board Member of TAS)

An ongoing Islamic extremist project to exterminate Christians in sub-Saharan Africa is even more brutal and more consequential for the Church than it is in the Middle East, the place where Christians suffered ISIS “genocide,” as the U.S. government officially designated. A growing number of these African countries are seeing the rise of ISIS- and al-Qaida affiliates, and non-state terrorists like them, who specifically target Christians in their quest to establish Islamist rule.  Read More - click here