Skip to comments.Boko Haram takes over another Nigeria town [executes 2 for smoking cigarettes]
Posted on 08/21/2014 7:07:47 PM PDT by markomalley
Boko Haram has seized control of a town in northeastern Nigeria, the latest to fall into Islamist hands in the crisis-hit region and an indication of the group's increasing territorial ambitions.
The insurgents have tended to use hit-and-run attacks in the past but the recent seizure of towns suggests a significant shift in strategy, more in keeping with their stated goal of carving out a strict Islamic state in northeastern Nigeria.
Residents who fled the assault on the fallen town of Buni Yadi in Yobe state said attacks began late last month and the insurgents have since taken over the main government building.
The militants have reportedly raised their flag and carried out summary executions, including of two people who were caught smoking cigarettes.
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They weren’t unarmed Black teens, were they?
Smoking kills? /snark
I’m sure the libs are fine with that.
Finally, a 100% effective smoking cessation program.
That explains everything: Bloomburg is a Boko Haramist!
Makes me want to take up smoking.
Only America is racist.
I hear they will get foreign aid from the administration..../s
Wow they really DO sound like liberals now.
The militants are a little tougher than the liberals in my county. But not by much. I think the muslims in Singapore imprison you for chewing gum. Gee, muslims don't know how to have fun (other than them humping animals).
Boko is merely the Nigerian phase of global violent Islamic jihad, and with less then six degrees of separation, brothers in blood with ISIS, Al Queda, the Taliban, Hamas, all the Iraqi sectarian militias, ect., ect. with apologetics delivered for them by all the “non-violent” Islamic fundamentalists who teach that the only thing wrong with the violent ones are their means and methods not their goals.
Now THAT’S a smoking Nazi!
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