Skip to comments.Nigeria army 'kills 74 suspected Boko Haram fighters' in raid
Posted on 10/25/2013 8:24:52 AM PDT by nuconvert
"The operations, which involved ground and aerial assault...led to the destruction of the identified terrorists camps, killing 74 suspected militants," area army spokesman Mohammed Dole said of the Thursday raid in Borno in the northeast, Boko Haram's stronghold.
It followed a Monday assault on Boko Haram camps in another part of Borno, which the military said left 37 Islamists dead.
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I call that “a good start”.
Who knew back then...
Nigeria’s not kidding around, they took awhile to arrive at this kind of decision-making.
I hope they read them their Miranda Rights first!
I’d tell Nigeria’s President, Goodluck Johnathan, Good luck!
Here is an article dated today on Boko Harum carrying out an attack so this group calls for the harshest measures.
“The radical Islamic sect, suspected to be Boko Haram members yesterday had access to Damaturu, the Yobe state capital and launched a coordinated attacks using Rocket Propelled Launchers and Improvised Explosive Devices (EIDs) on different military checkpoints within the metropolis, killing quiet a number of people, with the torching of some security formations. - See more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2013/10/many-killed-boko-haram-attack-military-post-yobe/#sthash.lMQBh9U4.dpuf"
74 worms gone to see their 72 virgins.
I kind of liked their song “Whiter Shade of Pale”...
That’s actually pretty funny.
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I love a good news story!
YES, pay back is a bi*** but of course the church bombings and Christian massacres will most probably continue
I hope they got the right guys and 74 is just a good start
Nigerian Army Kills Procol HarumThat would've been a bummer, really gave me the Moody Blues.
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