The escalation of jihadist and supremacist attacks worldwide is deliberately ignored by the enemedia. It is striking to do the work I do, and see the reality of the war on the non-Muslim world, and to battle the lack of coverage of the biggest story of our time.
How many have to die to for people to notice or care? Devastating.
You'll notice that news organizations assign stories of jihad, Muslim slaughter, honor killings, etc. to Muslim reporters. Makes it all kind of nice and easy, doesn't it?
No reportage on motive, ideology or the repeated attacks on Nigerian Christians by Muslims in recent months/years.
52 Killed in Central Nigeria Raids and Reprisals ABC news (thanks to John)
By AHMED SAKA Associated Press JOS, Nigeria July 8, 2012 (AP)
Raids and reprisal attacks have left 52 people dead in Christian villages near a Nigerian city where authorities have struggled to contain religious violence, officials said Sunday.
Assailants launched "sophisticated attacks" on several villages near Jos early Saturday, said Mustapha Salisu, spokesman for a special taskforce made up of policemen and soldiers deployed in the area to curb years of violence.
"They came in hundreds," Salisu said. "Some had (police) uniforms and some even had bulletproof vests."
He said the special taskforce fought back for hours and lost two policemen in the battle. Salisu initially said that 37 people were killed including 14 civilians and 21 assailants.
However, later in the day, Nigerian Red Cross official Andronicus Adeyemo said aid workers had counted 52 dead and more than 300 displaced people from the attacks. He did not give a breakdown.
He said a federal lawmaker and a state lawmaker were ambushed and killed Sunday afternoon on their way to a mass burial for the victims.
The state government's press officer, James Mannock, said they were Senator Gyang Dantong and majority leader of the Plateau State House of Assembly Gyang Fulani.
"As a nation, we must rise against those who are determined to return us to a state of nature where life has little or no value," Nigerian Senate President David Mark said in a statement.
Authorities declined to comment on who they suspect, but similar raids have been blamed on Muslim herdsmen in the past.