Sunday, 3 August 2014

Boko Haram Strapped And Remotely Triggered Explosives On Unsuspecting Kidnapped Schoolgirls

'In what could only be deemed as one of the world's most heinous crimes, the Boko Haram militants have been strapping explosives scoured from a Chinese factory onto little schoolgirls and exploding them via remote controls. 

Terrorism has been mutating into grotesque forms lately. The Boko Haram faction is perhaps the most dishonorable and cowardly team of so-called rebels who have been wreaking havoc in Nigeria. 

However, as The Inquisitr had reported, Boko Haram gained a new low in terrorism tactics by strapping bombs on little schoolgirls and sending them into their enemy camp.'

Evil, sheer evil. But don't expect much coverage, if any, on the institutionally anti Israel BBC and Channel 4. For on those media outlets, the headlines are about unverified stories that paint Israel in as bad a light as possible, not about anything that might shine a light on the Islamist terrorist threat. 

Israel is on the front line against Islamist terrorism, is that really why the BBC is so anti Israel?

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