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Girls under Boko Haram’s captivity are volunteering to die as suicide bomber instead of living as sex slaves

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Nitten Gokhaley
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A content writer by profession with over nine years of experience. He works on business, crime, health, Bollywood, and political stories. The Author holds a BA degree and Diploma in Cyber Law. You can email him- [email protected]

According to CNN’s report, Boko Haram gives two options to kidnapped girls. They can either work as a sex slave and sustain all kinds of atrocities, or, choose to become a martyr (suicide bomber).

UNICEF, United Nations Children’s Fund recently released report focusing on the use of children in terror attacks. This study clearly indicates that Boko Haram mostly used girls as suicide bombers in West Africa during the last two years. Initially, experts believed that young girls were brainwashed to become weapons. However, truth seems to be much more horrific. Careful investigation has revealed that girls are willing to become bombers instead of allowing terrorists to use them as a sex toy.

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Boko Haram militants abduct young boys and girls from Cameroon and neighboring Nigeria. Young male children are forced to work as domestic workers and are even trained to use explosives, guns. Young girls are forced to work as sex slaves (after forcefully converting them to the peaceful religion) and cooks for Boko Haram’s fighters.

Surprisingly, they are targeting Muslims as well as Christians. This seems completely different from what their counterparts do in Nigeria, as they target mostly Christians in Muhammadu Buhari’s country.

World’s super power has preferred to ignore them

A young girl, who cannot be named, recently interacted with journalists at North Cameroon’s Minawao refugee camp.

“They came to our village with guns and told us they wanted to marry us. We said no, we are too small. So, they married us by force,”-said the 14-year-old girl who recently interacted with reporters. Boko Haram terrorists had kidnapped her and she was kept in Sambisa forest area.

“All of the kidnapped girls were frightened, they were constantly crying. Men raped us all the time. Boko Haram leaders would ask us if anyone would like to be a suicide bomber, and girls would start shouting, me, me, me. Girls were even fighting to become a suicide bomber. Just because they wanted to run away from Boko Haram,”- said the girl while interacting with reporters.

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She also pointed out that captive kids thought they would become a suicide bomber and get their bombs removed from soldiers after running away from Boko Haram. Some of them were successful in doing so.

One of the refugees at this camp, Falmata Ibrahim highlighted the point that people who manage to free themselves from clutches of Boko Haram also face a lot of difficulties as others look at them with suspicion.

Life remains difficult for these kids even after getting out of Boko Haram’s clutches as they fail to get proper rehabilitation and counseling to deal with the psychological impact.

Libtards offer cover-up instead of highlighting Boko Haram victims’ plight

Boko Haram forces children to sustain all kinds of atrocities. Lack of media coverage and United Nation’s ignorant attitude towards terror groups operating in various parts of Africa are factors that are indirectly helping Boko Haram. The terror outfit aims to take over entire African region and establish Sharia law. But Americans are not even willing to accept the reality so that they can win few votes.

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Authorities from the United States and World Human Rights Commission are probably busy reading crappy stories about what clock-boy Ahmed Mohamed is doing in Qatar. They cannot see Islamic terrorists burning kids alive in African nations.

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Boko Haram also made it in headlines recently after releasing video featuring some of the girls that the group had kidnapped from Chibok town, Nigeria in 2014. Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari took over office after defeating Goodluck Jonathan. Buhari has taken impressive steps to control corruption, but his plan to fight Boko Haram still lacks the required momentum.

Would progressive liberal intellectuals like Leslee Udwin, Indian journalists like Barkha Dutt, Mitali Saran, Anish Kapoor, and Karan Thapar write columns about atrocities that these girls are facing? Will Kabir Khan ever make another Bajrangi Bhaijaan that shows Bajrangi entering Cameroon and Nigeria to help those girls get back home?  The latter might happen, but libtard journalists from India and around the world would never criticize Islamic terror outfits.

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Nitten Gokhaley
Nitten Gokhaleyhttps://www.ngweb24.com/
A content writer by profession with over nine years of experience. He works on business, crime, health, Bollywood, and political stories. The Author holds a BA degree and Diploma in Cyber Law. You can email him- [email protected]
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