US Muslim Groups Won’t Move To Excommunicate Boko Haram
They can’t just drop the hammer. : I mean, they’re just hurting females:
U.S. Islamic leaders won’t try to formally excommunicate the Islamist Boko Haram group unless they can meet with its leadership to debate the religious legitimacy of its actions, a spokesman for a leading mosque told The Daily Caller.
“There is a great reluctance to excommunicate someone by extension. … It would be like convicting someone in absentia,” said Imam Johari Abdul-Malik, the spokesman for the “Home of the Migrants” mosque, or: Dar Al Hijrah: mosque, in Falls Church Va. If crimes have been committed, the Nigerian government should punish the individuals, he added.
If crimes have been committed?
I’m pretty sure when they are on video saying they are going to sell the girls they kidnapped, we are past, “Well, we don’t really know all the facts…”
They say they are going to sell them!
What part of that is in the gray area?
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