Global Silence: 41 Christians Massacred in Nigeria by Islamist Militants

Farrukh Saif

January 5, 2024


More than 41 Christians were massacred in the last 24 hours by Islamist Fulani militia in the Kaduna State. We have NOT seen any protest or condemnation from the Champions of Human Rights. Where is the UN? Where are the human rights organizations?

Over the past 24 hours, at least 41 Christians have been killed in terrorist attacks across Southern Kaduna.

‘’@SKefason reported that 17 People were murdered in three villages within Dawaki Ward, Kauru LGA, and a minimum of 24 in Gefe, Kajuru LGA. Following the #ChristmasEveMassacre in Plateau State, it appears that terrorist activities have been shifted to Southern Kaduna.

Several discrete attacks are being carried out by perpetrators, apparently with the intention of avoiding widespread notice. It is imperative that the Nigerian government, through the Attorney General of the Federation, classifies this incident as an act of terrorism under Section 3 of the Nigerian Terrorism (Prevention and Prohibition) Act of 2022’’

The ongoing persecution and daily killings of Christians in Nigeria demand urgent global attention. Despite the gravity of the situation, there has been a noticeable absence of widespread outcry on the international stage.

Recent Report revealed:

The report by the International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety) reveals a grim reality of religious persecution and violence in Nigeria. Since the onset of the Boko Haram and Fulani Muslim herders Islamist insurgency in 2009, more than 50,000 Christians have been killed. The recently published report titled “Martyred Christians in Nigeria” provides detailed information, highlighting that Islamist militants have brutally murdered at least 52,250 Nigerian Christians over the past 14 years.

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Farrukh Saif

Farrukh H. Saif, a courageous Christian human rights activist, established the Farrukh Saif Foundation in 2009 to confront religious discrimination, blasphemy laws, and bonded slavery in Pakistan. His dedication to liberating bonded laborers from brick kilns and advocating for blasphemy victims and asylum seekers has garnered international acclaim. Despite encountering threats and fatwas, his impactful work persists in supporting marginalized communities. In 2018, the foundation merged with The Emergency Committee to Save the Persecuted and Enslaved, enhancing its global outreach.


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