ISIS may be gone, but the religion of peace continues its loving and tolerant ways, butchering Christians across Africa and destroying Christian villages.

I have been saying for years that given the radical Islamists’ proclivity for murdering innocent Christians, shouldn’t the cult simply be banned?

From International Christian Concern

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International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that Fulani militants raided several villages in the Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau State, Nigeria on August 28. As a result, seven people were killed, including three children and a pastor. These individuals were Rev. Adamu Gyang Wurim (pastor of COCIN LCC Shonong), his wife and three children, Mr. Pam Dusu, and Aaron Yakubu.

The villages attacked included Werre, Abonong, Ziyat, Bek, Nafan, Sagast, Rawuru, and Rambuh in the Ropp, Foron, and Fan Districts.

In confirming the incident, Barrister Dalyop Solomon Mwantiri, a local lawyer, visited the scenes of the incidents and  interviewed Mr. Gyang Adamu, one of the three surviving children of the pastor. He said, “I’m a 300 level civil engineering student at University of Jos. I was in school when the incident happened. I got to know about the attack when I saw a post on Facebook that Abonong village, [my home], was under attack. Immediately, I placed several calls trying to get in touch with my family members, but none rang through. When I called a friend to find out about the situation, the report I received was very devastating; I couldn’t believe that all my family members have been engulfed in the pogrom. On reaching home,  I saw my daddy and younger ones burnt beyond recognition. The sight of the gory incident broke me down.” He continued, “The three of us left don’t know what to do, especially now that we are still students who have nothing to hold on [to].”