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Boko Haram Islamists Kill 20 College Students for Wearing Mini-Skirts, Slacks

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On November 29, 2012 @ 5:20 pm In The Point | 20 Comments


In more Muslim War on Women news, Boko Haram, the genocidal Islamist terrorist groupĀ  that the State Department would like the Nigerian government to make concessions to, has posted another reminder what the real war on women looks like [2].

Friday, about a day after 10 men were killed in Maiduguri, at least 20 women, some clad in mini-skirts and others in slacks, were slaughtered in their Maiduguri homes and college dormitories.

The new execution-style violence is different than other recent killings conducted by Boko Haram Muslims in that it targeted women only. Authorities believe the women may have been slaughtered due to dressing in Western style.

The murders were carried out in the early hours of Friday, between 1 and 2am while victims slept. Ironically, a curfew imposed by state government insured the women would be home.

Friday, incidentally, is also the Muslim holy day, when they go to their mosques, hear sermons of murderous hate and then carry out terrorist attacks.

While useful idiots like Sandra Fluke wail about the War on Women, the real War on Women is being conducted by the left’s Islamist allies.

Nigeria has a 50/50 split between Muslims and Christians. Every new mosque, every Muslim immigrant, brings American women closer to living in the same state of terror as Nigerian women do.

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[2] what the real war on women looks like: http://www.therightscoop.com/nigeria-boko-haram-slaughters-20-young-women/

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