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Muslim terror groups such as the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) and the Taliban made their annual call to arms as Ramadan approached, claiming Allah exceptionally rewards martyrdom during the holy month. In ISIS’s latest video, the ISIS chief alluded to pledges of allegiance from Islamic terrorists in Mali and Burkina Faso, which just experienced its first deadly jihadi attack on a Christian church.

This is the second Muslim terrorist attack in as many weeks. Today a Catholic priest and five others died. Last month, an Assemblies of God pastor and five others died.

Burkina Faso church attack: Gunmen open fire at mass service – priest among six dead

AT LEAST six people were killed after gunmen opened fire inside a church in Burkina Faso.

By Latiya Yedroudj, The Express, May 12, 2019 |

A group of gunmen broke into a Catholic church in Burkina Faso on Sunday morning during Mass and began shooting at the congregation, Radio France Internationale (RFI) reported. At least six people were killed, and a priest was among those who died. The church is located in the village of Dablo, located 90km from Kaya. The mayor of Dablo, Ousmane Zongo, told AFP: “Towards 9:00am, during mass, armed individuals burst into the Catholic Church.

“They started firing as the congregation tried to flee.”

Mr Zongo added: “They burned down the church, then shops and a small restaurant before going to the health centre where they searched the premises and set fire to the head nurse’s vehicle.”

“The city is filled with panic. People are holed up at home. Shops and stores are closed. It’s practically a ghost town.”

This is the first reported attack on a Catholic church, which comes just a week after gunmen killed five people at Protestant church in the northern town of Silgadji.

The attack comes two days after four hostages were released in northern Burkina Faso.

Two French special forces lost their lives in the raid, killing four kidnappers and rescuing all four hostages.

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