Ignatius Kaigama said the world had to show more determination to halt the group’s advance in Nigeria.
He said the international community had to show the same spirit and resolve it had done after the attacks in France.
His warning came after 23 people were killed by three female suicide bombers, one reported to be 10 years old.
The weekend attacks come after reports that hundreds of people were killed last week during the capture by Boko Haram of the town of Baga in Borno state.
Archbishop Kaigama told the BBC’s Newsday programme that the slaughter in Baga had shown that the Nigerian military was unable to tackle Boko Haram.
(While it is true that there is not a great deal of snow in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, we should take it as being on notice that where there is, like oh here for instance, once they have stopped our cartoonists from drawing things they do not like it will be the family that will be the next target. I hope by now people realize this is not an absurd extrapolation but a simple fact that will take place should we continue to submit to the sharia norms based on their violent extortion.)
Quoting from Muslim scholars, Sheikh Munajjid argued that to build a snowman was to create an image of a human being, an action considered sinful under Islam.
A prominent Saudi Arabian cleric has whipped up controversy by issuing a religious ruling forbidding the building of snowmen, described them as anti-Islamic.
Asked on a religious website if it was permissible for fathers to build snowmen for their children after a snowstorm in the country’s north, Sheikh Mohammed Saleh al-Munajjid replied: “It is not permitted to make a statue out of snow, even by way of play and fun.”
Quoting from Muslim scholars, Sheikh Munajjid argued that to build a snowman was to create an image of a human being, an action considered sinful under the kingdom’s strict interpretation of Sunni Islam.
(And the UK is deploying thousands of military personal as well. How is this not the war measures act, to have military forces armed on your own streets?)
France is mobilising 10,000 troops to boost security after last week’s deadly attacks, and will send thousands of police to protect Jewish schools.
Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said troops would be in place from Tuesday evening in sensitive areas.
It is the first time troops have been deployed within France on such a scale.
Seventeen people were killed in Paris last week in attacks at satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, on a police officer, and at a kosher supermarket.
4. French muslim ‘leader’ calls to abandon political Islam.
(This would be the smart thing for muslims to do but in truth it is not up to them to change Islam. It is up to us. The same as the US made political Shinto illegal. We did not leave it up to the Japanese to change their religion, we made it clear what we would tolerate and not tolerate. and so we defeated them. If we had left it up to them we would lose like we are now)
URUMQI, Jan. 12 (Xinhua) — Six attackers with explosive devices were killed by police in northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Monday morning, local authorities said.
A suspect with an explosive device was spotted by local residents at about 10:10 a.m. in a commercial district in Shule County. The suspect, who later attacked police with an axe and tried to detonate the device, was shot dead by police.
A special edition of Charlie Hebdo produced after last week’s newsroom massacre will feature caricatures of the Prophet Mohammed, according to its lawyer.
Richard Malka told French radio the upcoming publication will “obviously” lampoon Mohammed – among other figures – to show staff will “cede nothing” to extremists seeking to silence them.
The two gunmen who slaughtered 12 people in their attack on Charlie Hebdo’s offices last Wednesday, claim to have carried out the attack in revenge for previous Mohammed cartoons printed in the magazine.
Thank you M., ML., UK Pete, Richard and many more. More to come. Clearly, exactly as ‘The Project’ predicted, this thing is escalated on 2015. Many sites including this one are under heavy attack as well.