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Christoislamaniacs cannibalising each other and themselves
More proof that christianism=islam.

Both mass-rape women and take sexual slaves. How are they any different?

First an x-post showing how christianism in CAR = IslamicState/Boko Haram (despite western christians wanting to "differentiate"), before archiving older news in point 2.

1. Christianism in the Central African Republic (CAR).

[quote name='Husky' date='23 April 2015 - 03:41 PM' timestamp='1429783422' post='117650']

* The catholic=christist ex PM of the UK Tony Blair and his faith foundation deliberately downplay that christianism is a driving reason in the majority christian retaliation against earlier islamic violence. Blair's sycophants pretend that the christians infesting the CAR are doing it for plain-vanilla "revenge", not for their faith.** Yet it is only the smaller number of the native animists of CAR that are retaliating against islam for reasons of revenge (not spurred on by their religion: the total war concept only exists in christoislam.)

The fact remains that the anti-Balaka militia is largely christian (the CAR is 71% christian, with only the north being an islamic majority), and for the christian militants, their genocide spree is driven entirely by their christianism. [** tonyblairfaithfoundation.org/religion-geopolitics/commentaries/backgrounder/what-antibalaka]

It remains a fact that the christian anti-Balaka militia - which has merely hijacked the animists, who are desperate to defend themselves, as footsoldiers (a la christo LTTE did in SL) - again: it remains a fact that it is the christian anti-Balaka militants that are into raping "muslim" women in CAR and keeping them as sex-slaves. It is SOP for christoislamics. Anyone else who might have committed atrocities or might do so in future would be doing it out of revenge alone.


Quote:Central African Republic: Muslims Held Captive, Raped / UN, Government Should Free Ethnic Peuhl Women, Children Held by Anti-Balaka

Posted by: APO Posted date : April 22, 2015 at 6:43 am UTC 71 views In : Press releases


Quote:Central African Republic: Muslims Held Captive, Raped

UN, Government Should Free Ethnic Peuhl Women, Children Held by Anti-Balaka

April 22, 2015

That is, the very christian and jeebus-inspired anti-Balaka militia is doing EXACTLY what the islamic Boko Haram is doing in Nigeria, Chad, etc, and the islamic ISIS are doing in the Levant: gangraping and taking sex-slaves.

Where is the condemnation? Where does the international christomedia give this its 15 minutes in the news?

Nowhere. It has been dead silent for months. The very months when christianism has been genociding islamania in the CAR.

The point being: christianism WILL commit genocide and WILL be allowed to get away with it.[/quote]

And western christianism will project this christian genocide AND sexual slavery of muslims as "self-defence/retaliation", when in reality christianism is as aggressive as islam.

In contrast, were Hindoos to actually retaliate against the christoislamaniac genocide of Hindoos in any small riot in India, international and national christomedia will scream and project this as "genocide" of the "poor innocent" evil christoislamic demons, and invent "raped nun" stories AGAIN.

At least Africa and ME is getting cleared of christoislamics by mutual genocide (so Africa's native heathens may hopefully be able to reclaim their lands again). Should encourage the same in India.

2. Seemed to have forgotten to archive this earlier: last month's news -


Quote:19 March 2015

Boko Haram attacks Nigeria's Gamboru, women slaughtered in Bama


The leader of the Islamist extremist group Boko Haram Abubakar Shekau ? © Provided by AFP The leader of the Islamist extremist group Boko Haram Abubakar Shekau

Boko Haram militants killed 11 people in an attack on Gamboru in northeast Nigeria after the Islamists reportedly slaughtered dozens of women in nearby Bama, witnesses said Thursday.

Troops from Chad were credited last month with liberating Gamboru in Borno state from Boko Haram control but Chad's withdrawal from Nigeria last week appeared to have left the town exposed.The latest violence underscored the challenges facing Nigeria as it heads towards March 28 general elections.

Despite claims of major victories over the Islamist rebels thanks to a joint offensive involving Chad, Cameroon and Niger, the threat posed by Boko Haram remains severe.

The insurgents have been resilient in the past and doubts persist over whether the regional offensive will prove capable of ending the violence.

'Back in Gamboru'

Residents of Fotokol, a town in Cameroon but effectively attached to Gamboru, said the rebel onslaught began on Wednesday and there were indications that Boko Haram intended to occupy Gamboru again.

"Boko Haram gunmen returned on motorcycles to Gamboru yesterday (Wednesday)... and shot dead eight people," said Mudi Dankaka in an account supported by others.

Chadian soldiers patrol in the Cameroonian town of Fotokol, on the border with Nigeria, on their way to Gamboru, on February 3, 2015 ? © Provided by AFP Chadian soldiers patrol in the Cameroonian town of Fotokol, on the border with Nigeria, on their way to Gamboru, on February 3, 2015

Three more people were killed on Thursday, he added.

About 2,500 Chadian troops withdrew from Nigerian territory last week, with indications they would be redeployed for fresh offensives elsewhere, military sources in northern Cameroon told AFP.

Chadian troops last month escorted residents of Gamboru back into the town from Fotokol across the 300-metre (yard) bridge that forms the border.

One resident described Gamboru as "a ghost town strewn with burnt vehicles, destroyed buildings and emptied homes".

"Boko Haram are back in Gamboru," said Fotokol resident Umar Ari on Thursday.

Ari and others noted that Nigerian forces had not been spotted in the area, leaving Gamboru with no security presence since the Chadian withdrawal.

'Wives slaughtered'

The Gamboru attack came after reports of another atrocity blamed on Boko Haram in Bama.

Dozens of Nigerian women who were forced to marry Boko Haram fighters were reportedly slaughtered by their "husbands" before a battle with troops for control of the town.

Five witnesses who recounted the massacres to AFP said the Islamist militants feared they would be killed by advancing soldiers or separated from their wives when they fled the town.

They killed the women to prevent them from subsequently marrying soldiers or other so-called non-believers, they added.

"The terrorists said they will not allow their wives to be married to infidels," said Sharifatu Bakura, 39, a mother of three.

According to Bakura's account, which was supported by others, Boko Haram fighters received word of a military assault on Bama, formerly an Islamist stronghold in Borno state.

The insurgents had decided to flee to the nearby town of Gwoza before the troops' arrival but first decided "to kill their wives so that nobody will remarry them", she said.

Bukara's husband was killed by the insurgents four months ago but she was spared from a forced marriage because she was visibly pregnant.

Boko Haram forcibly married scores of women in Bama after seizing it in September. Nigeria's military announced the recapture of the town on Monday.

Witnesses, who were taken under military protection this week to Borno's capital Maiduguri, 73 kilometres (45 miles) away, said the killing of women began 10 days before Bama was liberated.

The Islamists said "if they kill their wives, they would remain pious until both of them meet again in heaven, where they would re-unite", said Salma Mahmud, another witness.

A vigilante who fought alongside the military in the battle to retake Bama, Abba Kassim, said he saw "dozens of women corpses" in the town.

While other witnesses reported a similarly high casualty figure the numbers were impossible to verify.

Nigeria's national security spokesman Mike Omeri told AFP he would try to verify the reports while the military could not immediately be reached for comment.

The Boko Haram conflict has claimed more than 13,000 lives since 2009 and Nigeria's response to the violence has been widely criticised.

Victories recorded by the four-nation coalition since last month have been applauded but the gains may prove hollow if the Islamists can regroup.

I truly hope no children or heathen Africans or non-religious Africans were among the victims.

(No, I really don't care about anyone else any more.)

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