|Christians butchered by Muslims while in Church.|
People gather outside a church in Kaduna, northern Nigeria, rocked by a suicide blast. (Photograph: Olu Ajayi/AP)
Islamist Murderers - The killers slaughtered 21 Christians and wounded 100 more in Sunday attacks on three churches.
- There is a near total world media blackout on the butchering of helpless Christians while they pray to God inside their churches.
- American politicians are silent as are Muslims around the world.
- A moronic and apathetic American public is more interested in Twitter and the latest movie star divorce.
Three suicide bomb attacks on churches has rocked the northern Nigerian state of Kaduna, killing at least 21 people and wounding about 100, officials said.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the blasts on Sunday but the Islamist sect Boko Haram has often attacked church services in Nigeria.
They prompted protests in a region that has previously been hit by religious tensions. The first two blasts occurred within minutes of each other and targeted churches in the city of Zaria, police said. A third blast hit a church in the city of Kaduna about half an hour later reports the UK Guardian.
An official working for a relief agency involved in rescue efforts said 21 people had been killed and at least 100 people wounded. The Zaria attacks killed the bomber and at least one other person and left 51 wounded, a Nigerian Red Cross official said earlier. The Kaduna attack claimed 10 lives and wounded 29 people, he said.
Police said security prevented the suicide bombers from ramming explosive-laden cars into the churches. "If not for security, there would have been (many) more casualties," said Mohammed Abubakar Jinjiri, the Kaduna state police chief.
Churches have been increasingly targeted by violence in Nigeria. Last weekend, a suicide bomber detonated explosives outside a church in central Nigeria and gunmen attacked another church in the north-east, killing at least six people and wounding dozens of others
Attacks on Christian holidays have claimed the most lives. An Easter Day blast in Kaduna left at least 38 people dead. A Christmas Day suicide bombing of a Catholic church in Madalla, near Nigeria's capital, killed at least 44 people.
|People gather outside a church in Kaduna, northern Nigeria, rocked by a suicide blast. Photograph: Olu Ajayi/AP|