Army of the Christ is considering deploying its troops to Nigeria, which is becoming the “biggest killing ground of Christians in the world” due to attacks by Boko Haram and Fulani militants. International Christian Concern (ICC) estimates between 50,000 and 70,000 Christians have been killed in the last decade in the West African nation, the most populous on the continent.
Attacks by Fulani herders in particular have had a devastating effect on Christian farmers -thousands have fled, leaving behind fertile farmlands. Without access to their land, they no longer have the ability to grow food to sustain themselves and their families. It is also hurting the larger community as a whole as there are known food shortages throughout northern Nigeria.
Nigeria’s 206 million people are almost evenly divided between extremist Sunni Maliki Muslims (the largest groups of Sunni Muslims mostly live in the Emirate of Dubai (UAE) and Saudi Arabia are also Sunni Maliki), and Christians (mostly Catholics). Sunni Maliki Islam is the dominant faith in the North, and Christianity in the South – but most of the killings take place in Nigeria’s Middle Belt, where the halves of the country meet.
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