Devout Muslim Group has forced 650,000 Nigerians from home #takeonhate

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Photo: A screengrab taken on July 13, 2014 from a video released by the Nigerian extremist group Boko Haram and obtained by AFP shows the leader of the Nigerian extremist group Boko Haram, Abubakar Shekau (C), referring to the Bring Back Our Girls campaign in favor of young women abducted by the group. (AFP)

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“Boko Haram has forced 650,000 Nigerians from homes,” Arab News, AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE, August 6, 2014 (thanks to Religion of Peace)

LAGOS: Attacks by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria’s crisis-hit northeast have forced nearly 650,000 people from their homes, the United Nations humanitarian office (OCHA) said Tuesday, an increase of nearly 200,000 since May.
The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) for its part reported that about 1,000 people trying to escape the fighting had fled to an uninhabited island on Lake Chad across Nigeria’s northeastern border.
“The group, mainly women and children, is in urgent need of food, water, shelter and medical care,” the UNHCR said.
They reached the remote island of Choua on Thursday after fleeing a Boko Haram attack in their hometown of Kolikolia, according to the refugee agency.
Chad has pledged to send two helicopters to the island to help evacuate the Nigerian refugees to a nearby area where they can be temporarily settled with host communities, the UNHCR added.
The refugee agency said it was sending staff to the area to coordinate the relief effort.
Thousands have fled over Nigeria’s borders into Cameroon, Chad and Niger seeking refuge from Boko Haram’s relentless violence, which has killed more than 2,000 civilians this year and left scores of villages destroyed.
Relief workers have avoided setting up refugee or internally displaced persons (IDP) camps, but some fear camps may soon become necessary, especially in Nigeria, as the security forces struggle to contain the escalating militancy.
OCHA said 436,608 people have been displaced in the three states — Adamawa, Borno and Yobe — that were placed under emergency rule in May 2013.
The agency put the IDP figure at 250,000 in May this year.
Another 210,085 have fled their homes in areas neighboring the state of emergency zone, bringing the total number of people displaced by Boko Haram unrest to nearly 650,000, OCHA reported.

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