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Remember those 219 girls that were kidnapped?

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It’s almost been two years now that 219 innocent young girls were kidnapped by the Islamic terrorist cowards of Boko Haram. Well they still have them and are still terrorizing and murdering thousands of innocent people in Nigeria and elsewhere. Here is the most recent information to surface about the children from Reuters Africa.

LAGOS/ABUJA (Reuters) – A video showing 15 of the 219 schoolgirls held by the jihadist group Boko Haram has added pressure on the Nigerian government to secure their release, after activists accused authorities of mishandling the case in the two years since their mass kidnap.

Weeping parents identified the girls captured by Boko Haram fighters, who want to establish an Islamist state in northeast Nigeria and have waged a seven-year campaign of violence, killing thousands of people and displacing two million.

President Muhammadu Buhari, elected a year ago on a promise to end endemic graft and crush the group, said in December the government could talk to Boko Haram if credible representatives emerged.

In January he said the government was launching a new investigation into the kidnapping, vowing to return the girls captured at a school in the town of Chibok while taking exams. But little has emerged since then.

In the video, apparently taken in December and given to government officials by Boko Haram as proof of life for the negotiations, a person asks the 15 girls to say their names as they stand quietly in two rows, wearing headscarves.

“I saw all the girls and they are Chibok girls,” Esther Yakubu, a parent of one of the abducted girls who saw the video broadcast by CNN said. “I recognise some of them because we are in the same area with them.”

Yakubu was marching with some 30 other parents and activists to the presidential villa in the capital Abuja to demand the government do more to return the girls. Police stopped them at the road leading to the villa.

Witnesses to the kidnapping, Nigerian military and security officials, Western diplomats and counter-terrorism experts blame a series of failings by politicians and the military in dealing with the militants, including a lack of co-ordination. “CONTINUE READING ARTICLE HERE

At some point we (as a global community) will have to deal with the threat and violent spread of Islam. We can continue to keep our heads buried in the sand as this evil religion imposes its sadistic and perverse treatment to all non conformist or we can face it head on and call a spade a spade. The fact is the doctrines of Islam are clear on handling non Muslims and to perpetuate the BS about it being a religion of peace is equivalent to petting a rattlesnake and claiming it’s ‘so soft’. Eventually we all will have to deal with it, the question is on who’s terms! Wake up!

It’s time to quit crying about men in dresses not being able to use the little girls room and start focusing on the vile creatures that will come in the night and take your little girl just as they did with these poor children. The fact that it is on a different continent makes it no less appalling or threatening.