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Recently, Boko Haram recently pledged its allegiance to ISIS and ISIS accepted their pledge. Now more than ever, it is apparent that the United Nations must stand together to stop these terrorist organizations from stopping people from receiving a non-Islamic education. Sign today!
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The kidnapping of almost 300 teenage girls in Nigeria has thrust Boko Haram and their crimes onto the international stage. Since their founding in 2001, they have been responsible for countless bombings, assassinations and kidnappings in the name of their extremist ideologies.

Boko Haram is strongly against western culture and especially western education. To advance their viewpoints, they resort to violence and intimidation to stop people from receiving a non-Islamic education. While their goal of establishing an Islamic caliphate in place of Nigeria's current democracy is primarily a local aim, this group is not just Nigeria's problem.

As the protectors of international peace and security, the United Nations Security Council has a duty to aid Nigeria in stopping Boko Haram's terrorist activities so that Nigerian citizens can pursue their education in peace and exercise their right to freedom of thought.

Call on the United Nations Security Council to use every tool within their power, including the use of force to maintain or restore international peace and security, to support Nigeria so Boko Haram can be a thing of the past.

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To the United Nations Security Council,

Boko Haram's emergence onto the international stage with the kidnapping of almost 300 girls has caused international alarm. Unfortunately, this brazen deed is one of many violent and brutal attacks carried out by the group since they were founded in 2001.

Boko Haram is strongly against western culture and especially western education. To advance their viewpoints, they resort to violence and intimidation to stop people from receiving a non-Islamic education. While their goal of establishing an Islamic caliphate in place of Nigeria's current democracy is primarily a local aim, this group is not just Nigeria's problem.

As the protectors of international peace and security, the United Nations Security Council has a duty to aid Nigeria in stopping Boko Haram's terrorist activities so that Nigerian citizens can pursue their education in peace and exercise their right to freedom of thought.

No one, anywhere in the world, should have to face violence and intimidation in an effort to obtain an education.

Please offer more assistance to Nigerian authorities as they confront Boko Haram.

Sincerely,

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Jan 18, 2018 Shabnam Shafiq
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Jan 15, 2018 brandon ramkissoon children should be able to choose what type of education they want to achieve a Islamic education or non Islamic education they should be forced into choosing one. kids shouldn't have to be faced with violence in order to get an education
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