JOS, Nigeria (Morning Star News) – Muslim Fulani herdsmen killed 12 Christians in Nasarawa state and three others in Plateau state the last part of April, sources said. In north-central Nigeria’s Nasarawa state, herdsmen killed 12 Christian farmers in Ajimaka, Doma County, in attacks there and in 13 other villages from April 24 until April 29, area leader Barnabas Zayol told Morning Star News. The attacks displaced tens of thousands of people, Christian leaders said. A survivor of the attack on Ajikama village, Terlumun Tsekaa, said the herdsmen arrived at about 2 a.m. on April 24 with guns and machetes and killed his wife, who was seven months pregnant, and 3-year-old child. “There were more than 30 of these herdsmen who attacked us, and they were shouting ‘Allah akbar [Allah is...
The never-ending series of Hindu girls who have been abducted, converted, and forcibly married has a new addition. In Bangladesh, high school headmaster Shamim Ahmad has been temporarily suspended for marrying his underage Hindu student and forcing religious conversion on her earlier this month. 16-year-old Tanushree Adhikari was a former student of Ashalata High School and was pursuing high studies in science at a local college after graduating high school. Though Headmaster Shamim Ahmad had guided her in studies earlier, Tanushree had recently enrolled on tuition classes with a science teacher in an adjoining village. This, according to the girl’s parents, had enraged Shamim Ahmad, who then resorted to harassing their daughter [...]