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Did anyone imagine that this Christmas would be any different than prior years and the attendant Islamic slaughter of innocent non-Muslims during their holiest holiday?

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Christians slaughtered by Islamist terrorists in sickening attack on Christmas Eve

ISLAMIST terrorists massacred a group of Christians in a remote village in Nigeria on Christmas Eve after promising to carry out an attack during the church’s holy season.

By Laura O’Callaghan, The Express, Dec 27, 2020

Boko Haram killed at least seven people including a pastor in their latest sickening attack. The militants stormed the village of Pyemi, near Chibok, in northern Nigeria as locals prepared to celebrate Christmas, according to International Christian Concern (ICC). Seven people were left dead while a further 12 from the area remain missing.

The attack followed a threat released by Boko Haram warning they would strike Christian communities over the festive period.

Two church buildings, the EYN church in Pyemi, and the Anglican and Living Faith Churches in Garkida were also destroyed.

General secretary of EYN, Rev Daniel Mbaya, put the number of dead at six while another source said eight were killed.

He also said the terrorists had abducted five people in Garkida, and said he was awaiting further details on their fate.


Boko Haram killed at least seven Christians in their latest attack on Christmas Eve in Nigeria

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Christians are calling on the Nigerian government to protect them
He said: “There was an attack at Pyemi (Chibok) and Garkida (Northern Adamawa). I am waiting for the names of those killed.

“As of yesterday, I was told that six persons were killed. The EYN Church was burnt (at Pyemi).

“There were abductions but I am waiting for specifics in terms of names of those abducted.

“Five persons were abducted in Garkida.”

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