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Muslim Terrorists Tell Nigeria's Christian President: 'Convert or Resign' Comments

Boko Haram is demanding that Nigeria's Christian president convert to Islam or resign, a stance that again calls into question the Obama administration's playing down of religion as the primary motivation for the radical group. Continue Reading

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  1. Nwachukwu francis
    2 years ago

    I still dont see Nigeria as one nigeria ,the earlier dy split dis country d better.Biafra d land of a risin sun come down

  2. Asobo julius
    2 years ago

    The problem is being cause by our leaders,de took every thing dat belong to us,and make us to suffer,am idle man is de,devil's workshop

  3. Gum paul
    2 years ago

    May God help our country Amen.

  4. Maria Mayer
    2 years ago

    Africa is the continent where the biggest number of conversions to Christianity has taken place during the last century, to the point that almost 50% of the population is Christian. So this piece of news is very important, for Christians yes, but also to point at a general trend in the world, one trend that will help unite us all.

  5. Proteios1
    2 years ago

    Christianity = God, life, love, martyrdom
    Islam=Satan, death, hate, murderers


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