Sunday, May 11, 2014

#BringBackOurGirls Nigerian school girls kidnapped by terrorists

Video shot of the nearly 300 of the Captured Nigerian Girls by Terrorist group
BREAKING NEWS Video of Captured girls alive and the United States Sending Manned Flights Over Nigeria to Look for Girls

The U.S. military is flying "manned surveillance flights" over Nigeria at the request of the Nigerian government in search of the captured girls, senior U.S. officials confirmed to NBC News on Monday. Earlier Monday, the Boko Haram terror group released a video of their leader saying they would consider giving the girls back in exchange for the release of militant prisoners. In the following video, the girls chant from the Koran. The Terrorists leader Abubakar Shekau of Boko Haram  said the children would be held until all imprisoned militants had been freed.  

The act of terrorism, placing fear in others is unthinkable to most of us. The worst act of terrorism has taken place last month at a school in the town of Chibok Northern Nigeria. 300 young girls were rounded up and kidnapped by armed men from the Islamic terrorists group Boko Haram. The group torched the school and abducted the girls, taking them to the rebels' camp deep in the bush. At least 53 of the girls ranging in age from 16 to 18 escaped.

The Nigerian government says 276 are still being held captive by the terrorists. This has sparked accusations that the Nigerian government is not doing enough to stop the militants. Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan called on the U.S. and other international partners to help save hundreds of the captive girls, only three weeks after Boko Haram gunmen kidnapped them from their school dormitory.

The BBC News Africa posted : The governor of Nigeria's Borno state says he has information on the whereabouts of about 200 schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist group Boko Haram. Governor Kashim Shettima said he had passed reports of the sightings of the girls to the military for verification.

Knowing how Nigeria treats its people in general, unless the rest of the world steps in, these girls don't stand a chance. It is said that they will be possibly be split up into smaller groups and sold as slaves.

On social media the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls has gone viral and bringing much needed attention to the whole world about this crisis. A campaign called "Bring Back Our Girls" has become the rallying cry in Nigeria and abroad. Sarah Ferguson  from Australia's ABC 7.30 report interviewed the co-ordinator of the "Bring Back Our Girls campaign"  Hadiza Bala Usman.

co-ordinator of the "Bring Back Our Girls campaign"  Hadiza Bala Usman
"We have no information on what is happening to the girls in the camp. Some of girls that escaped after the 11th day had confirmed that all of them were together in the camp for the first 11 days. Post 11 days they were splitting them into separate units and taking them to some different locations, but for first 11 days, they were all together in a group. We have no confirmed or verified information as to exactly where they are now, exactly what status they are. We've had some information that some of them have died from snake bite and 20 of them are ill, but that of course is not confirmed or verifiable information."

Michelle Obama First lady #BringBackOurGirls

Michelle Obama outraged and heartbroken over kidnapping of Nigerian school girls took over the President’s weekly address on Saturday, called the mass abduction of Nigerian school girls an ‘unconscionable act’ of terror. ‘In these girls, Barack and I see our own daughters,’ she said.

Every day people and Celebrities, charities and unicef  all over the world have joined forces in the biggest social media awareness campaign for the support of Nigerian girls and their families.
Ellen Degeneres #BringBackOurGirls

Ellen DeGeneres showing her support for the kidnapped Nigerian girls. 

Malala Yousafzai said "she feels the missing girls are her sisters". Malala who became a leading global advocate for girls’ education after surviving an assassination attempt by the Taliban.

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Our Thoughts and love go out to all involved.


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