By Theodore Shoebat
Islamist terrorists attacked a minister, his wife and three children and butchered all of them. As we read in one report from Premier:
A Nigerian priest and his wife and three children have been killed by suspected Muslim Fulani militia herdsmen, in the latest attack on Christians in Plateau State.
Rev Adamu Gyang Wurim and his family died after their home was set alight less than 24 hours after the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) Northern region, ended a two-day peace summit in the state’s capital Jos.
The family’s church was also burnt down; with a further three people being killed in village attacks nearby.
The Chairman of the Berom Youth Movement, Thomas Tsok, told the New Telegraph in Nigeria that the attackers armed with machetes and AK47 rifles invaded a village at about 8pm, shot sporadically and burnt houses.
He said: “They first shot at two young men walking out of the village where they had gone to charge their phones in the pastor’s house, killing one and wounding the other.”