DAILYKENN.com -- An estimated 200 blacks were killed when a hate group ravaged their towns in Africa last month (July, 2018).
To place that in perspective, the notorious Tulsa riot of 1921 left 36 dead (26 black and 10 white) according to the Oklahoma Department of Vital Statistics.
The Tulsa violence that nearly destroyed the black Greenwood community was a literal civil war between blacks and whites.
The violence Nigeria was an unprovoked attack by Islamic hate groups targeting people of the Christian faith.
While the left celebrates the Tulsa conflict as evidence of white racism, it wholly ignores blacks and other non-white routinely being massacred by Islamic hate groups.
Apparently black lives only matter when their deaths can be exploited to advance the cultural Marxism agenda.
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A DOZEN CHRISTIAN VILLAGES IN NIGERIA WIPED OUT IN FOUR-DAY KILLING SPREE
June 29, 2018 by Lindy Lowry in Africa, Stories of Persecution, Open Doors, June 29, 2018:
Most of the victims were in their homes sleeping when the attacks began … when Muslim Fulani militant herdsmen began their killing spree in Nigeria that lasted four days, Thursday through Sunday evening and into Monday.
In only days, a dozen villages in Nigeria’s Plateau state were wiped out. The affected communities surround the city of Jos—known as the epicenter of Christianity in northern Nigeria’s Middle Belt.
As many as 200 Christians had been killed, however, some residents fear the death toll may be even higher, as more bodies are yet to be recovered, while others were burned beyond recognition. On Sunday, 75 of the victims were buried in a mass grave.
We are still gathering information about the violence, but the details we have so far reveal the scale and brutality of the attacks:
120 people who were attending the funerals of an elderly member were hacked to death as they returned home.
In another attack, in Gana Ropp village, a pastor, Rev. Musa Choji, was killed, as were his wife and son.
In Gidin Akwati, the whole community was burned down. Local sources say that some of those displaced are still hiding in the bush, as they haven’t yet been able to find their way to a safe haven.
A pastor with the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) denomination, who wanted to remain anonymous for security reasons, said that following an attack on Saturday, his entire village was reduced to ashes, and more than 100 people lost their lives.
The ECWA pastor said more than 50 heavily armed Fulani herdsmen surrounded the village of Nghar, in Gashes district, at around 3:30 a.m. They burned down all the houses, as well as two churches. Only a few people were able to escape.
His wife’s family was decimated. The assailants killed 14 members of her family, including her mother and sister. Others who had come to visit them were also killed. In total, 27 people lost their lives in the same house. They were all burned to death. Only one person—his wife’s younger brother—survived, as he managed to escape through the roof.
World Watch Monitor reports that on the day of the attack in Nghar, only two soldiers and one policeman were in the village, but they reportedly ran for their lives when the herdsmen launched their attack.
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