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  • It is clearly acceptable what we are doing to stop book haram

    Book haram has grown considerably big but our efforts are not small. Here I present you certain facts-
    There is African coalition sending 7500 troops every year since 2011 to Nigeria
    There are aligned forces of USA UK and France also in Nigeria
    There is an uncertain force if Russia also present in Nigeria in support of Chinese forces
    What else do you guys want? Countries which are against each other are hereby trying to end this problem . It is completely commendable on part of the world community in trying to eradicate book haram

  • We need to do more

    We are not doing enough to stop the monster of West Africa i.e. Boko Haram. The damage that Boko Haram has done to Nigeria is unfathomable. Recently, they carried out a massacre of 2,000 people in Baga; which alone should prompt the world to take Nigeria seriously. A coordinated effort to wipe out Boko Haram is aboslutely necessary in the near future.

  • No, we are not doing enough to stop Boko Haram.

    I do not believe that we are doing enough to stop Boko Haram. A perfect example of the United States' lack of attention to the violence perpetrated by Boko Haram occured when the massacre of 2,000 Nigerians was overshadowed by a "solidarity" march in supprt of the French publication Hebdo Charlie, where 12 were murdered. We aren't paying enough attention or showing nearly enough support to the Nigerian people.

  • No, Boko Haram requires more from us to be stopped.

    Boko Haram is designated as a terrorist organization by the United States. As an organization that is highly anti-West and anti-westernization, they deserve more attention and action from the U.S. They are responsible for the loss of many lives, the destruction of property, and the obliteration of any sense of safety Nigerians and other Africans had. In 2015, Boko Haram has already executed their largest massacre yet. Without help from nations like the U.S., Boko Haram will only continue on their dangerous path.

  • No, we are not doing enough to stop Boko Haram.

    Ever since the Paris attacks, you would be hard pressed to find a major media outlet talking about anything other than the attacks and what we, collectively, should do to combat radical Islamic extremists across the globe. Yet for all this heated debate, precious little attention has been given to the horrific acts of Boko Haram in Africa, which in one fell swoop killed hundreds of times more people than the Paris attacks. This is a disgrace.


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