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Nigeria: Boko Haram droht christliche Frauen zu entführen

Land: Afrika, Nigeria

Als Teil ihrer neusten Terrorkampagne und im Anschluss an die „Kriegserklärung“ gegen die Christen Nigerias, drohte die militante islamistische Organisation Boko Haram nun christliche Frauen zu entführen.

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Boko Harams letzte Drohung bringt christliche Frauen ganz besonders in Gefahr.

Am Sonntag, dem 4. März hatte ein Sprecher der Terrororganisation verkündet:

Wir werden keinen Aufwand scheuen um jegliche christliche Präsenz auszumerzen und einen ordnungsgemäßen islamischen Staat zu errichten; die Christen werden gezwungen sein, den Norden zu verlassen.

Derselbe Sprecher erklärte zwei Tage darauf, am 6. März:

Wir werden neue Anstrengungen unternehmen um den Christen Angst vor der Macht des Islams einzujagen und deshalb ihre Frauen entführen.

Er sagte, dass sie die Frauen weder verletzen noch sexuell missbrauchen werden, sondern dass „die christlichen Familien als Lösegeld für die Freilassung der Frauen unsere islamischen Gebiete verlassen müssen“.

Boko Haram, die seit 2009 für die Errichtung eines islamischen Gottesstaates im Norden Nigerias kämpfen, haben seit Weihnachten ihr Bemühen zur Vertreibung der Christen verstärkt.

Die Christen werden von anhaltenden Bombenanschlägen auf Kirchen und Angriffen auf christliche Einzelpersonen heimgesucht. Zahlreiche Flüchtlinge befinden sich auf dem Weg in den mehrheitlich christlichen Süden des Landes, während andere über die Grenze nach Kamerun fliehen.

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