Yesterday the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram kidnapped up to two hundred schoolgirls in the town of Chibok, in northeastern Nigeria. Armed mujahideen overpowered the school’s guards and broke into a dormitory, abducted the girls from where they slept, and then burned down the school.
Based on the long history of Islamic slave-taking, we can make a fair guess as to what lies ahead for these unfortunate children. And the amenities provided for them in their new life won’t be as commodious as those given the sex-slaves of Rochdale and Bradford by their “grooming and pimping” masters…
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this CNN news report:
Below are excerpts from two news stories published yesterday about the same incident. At that time, all the reports said “more than 100” were abducted. The estimate was later adjusted upwards.
First, from Sky News:
Nigeria: Militants Kidnap 100 Schoolgirls
Suspected Islamist militants reportedly kidnap more than 100 schoolgirls during an attack on a town in Nigeria’s northeast.
More than 100 schoolgirls have been kidnapped by heavily armed gunmen from a school in Nigeria’s northeastern Borno state. The attackers, thought to be members of the Islamist terror group Boko Haram, reportedly overpowered guards protecting the school in the town of Chibok before setting buildings on fire and driving off with their captives.
Emmanuel Sam, an education official in Chibok, said: “Many girls were abducted by the rampaging gunmen who stormed the school in a convoy of vehicles.”…
A similar account was posted by AllAfrica:
Nigeria: Schoolgirls Abducted as Terrorists Strike Borno
Abuja — Suspected Boko Haram sect members have reportedly abducted more than 100 students at a girl-only school in Borno State. It emerged on Tuesday students were part of the 250 boarded at the school and sitting for the ongoing national examinations.
Sources said the terrorists attacked Chibok town, a distance of 141 kilometres from the capital of the troubled Borno State, Maiduguri, late on Monday and burnt down houses and shops at will. They were also alleged to have carted away food items and vehicles and killing undisclosed number of people in the town…
Hat tip for the articles: JP.