Nigeria Attack 'Extinction Exercise' against Christians

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Seven people are dead and at least 100 others were injured after a suicide bomber ran an SUV filled with explosives into a Catholic church during mass Sunday.

The bombing in Kaduna is the latest in a series attacks on Nigerian churches. No group claimed responsibility for this attack.

The radical Islamist group Boko Haram has attacked several Nigerian churches this year, killing hundreds.

Nigeria's President Goodluck Jonathan condemned the attack.
 
"The persistence of messengers of evil will not prevail over the will of the government and the people to secure peace and safety," Reuben Abati, a spokesman for the president, said.

Nigerian human rights attorney Emmanuel Ogebe recently spoke with CBN News about the attack in Mubi and how the attackers separated the Christians from the Muslims, on CBN News Channel Morning News, Nov. 1.

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