Skip to comments.Nigeria: Families of Kidnapped Nigerian Girls Protest for Rescue
Posted on 05/02/2014 4:48:49 PM PDT by BenLurkin
Washington, DC More than two weeks after suspected Boko Haram militants abducted 275 teenage schoolgirls from their dormitories in northeastern Nigeria, families of the missing gathered in Chibok Thursday to protest what they are calling a lack of action by authorities and security forces tasked with finding them.
Hundreds of relatives gathered on the grounds of the burned-out secondary school, their sobs audible.
"What is happening, nobody cares about it and now our people, we are crying," said one man whose daughter is one of the 180 still missing after being kidnapped at gunpoint on April 14. "We are crying for the whole world to assist, to help us."
"I swear to you, they have never consulted anybody," said Aba, the brother of a kidnapped teen, imploring federal government or military officials to speak directly with families.
(Excerpt) Read more at allafrica.com ...
“radical Islamist sect”
Surprise, surprise, surprise.
The word unbelievable is often overused, but this is really hard to fathom. Where are the N.O.W., the “peaceful muslims”, Amnesty Intl, and people worried about their Black sisters? Then again, this is thousands of miles away, doesn’t get you any political points, and blah ...blah ...blah.
the moment these families take up arms and fight back to rescue their daughters will be the moment the UN and co will suddenly care enough to condemn them, the families not the terrorists
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