Wednesday, May 28

Boko Haram demands "tax" from villagers, kill 20 residents when they can't pay it

Nigeria is a *long* way away, and most Americans couldn't find it on a map.  So nothing there can possibly have any bearing on U.S. policy, right?  At least that's what the Lying Media want you to think.

Last Sunday members of the militant Islamist group Boko Haram raided a village in northeast Nigeria.

Residents said that two months ago Boko Haram members had come to the town demanding they pay the group 250,000 Nigerian Naira ($1500) "so Allah’s work can be carried out." But the villagers--most of whom lived in abject poverty--could only raise 70,000 Naira.

The heavily-armed Islamists responded by killing 20 unarmed villagers and burning down the village and market, in an attack lasting five hours.  The raid comes just days after a Boko Haram attack on the village of Kimba, where the radical Islamists burned down the entire town.

Last week Boko Haram killed over 100 people in multiple raids.

The Koran says that in Muslim areas, non-Muslims must pay Muslims a tax (jizya).  So just for fun, some reporter should ask the head of CAIR and other U.S. Muslim organizations if they believe in that command.  Because they won't be able to give a straight answer:  To deny the Koran's clear and unequivocal command would be heresy to Islamists.  But one can see that they might be reluctant to admit that this is what the Koran and sharia law demand. 

Think any reporter will have the balls to ask 'em that?  Ain't gonna happen--because no reporter (and no U.S. leftist) wants to be viewed as "intolerant."

Our Lying Media dismiss complaints about Boko Haram by saying they're not authentic Muslims, and that most Muslims don't agree with them.  But the "jizya" is a clear and unambiguous Islamic tenet.  How do you suppose the U.S. media will resolve *that*?

Simple:  Like they do with all things that expose screwy U.S. policy, they'll just ignore it.


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