Between faith and survival: Nigeria’s Christian community under threat

Rev. Timothy Daluk and Nigerian Military

Violence by Islamic extremist groups such as Fulani militants, Boko Haram
and Islamic State in West African Province increased during the presidency
of Muhammadu Buhari, putting Nigeria at the epicenter of targeted violence
against the church. The West African nation of 226 million is divided
evenly between Christians and Muslims.

Nigeria: Six Christians killed by terrorists

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In a heart-wrenching incident that highlights the escalating violence against Christians in Nigeria, six lives were taken by terrorists. The tragic event adds to the worsening trend of religious persecution in the region. The attack, …

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More than 70 Christians killed in central Nigeria

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Dozens of Christians have been killed by Fulani militiaman in the Central Nigerian Gbeji community after two days of attacks. Christian Headlines breaks down an article from Morning Star News Nigeria, writing that sectarian conflict …

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