Muslims in Nigeria massacred three hundred Christians in a major massacre that occurred within a matter of days. I did a whole video on this:
According to one report:
Muslim Fulani herdsmen, believed to be buoyed by Boko Haram insurgents posing as the nomadic cattlemen, continue to occupy farmland in Benue state, Nigeria, two weeks after killing more than 300 Christian farmers there in a longstanding land dispute.
Heavily armed Fulani herdsmen massacred the farmers and displaced thousands of others in an onslaught of attacks that began as early as Feb. 22 and, despite some reports that the assailants have retreated, the herdsmen have remained in Benue as thousands of their cattle eat crops and graze cultivated land, Morning Star News reported March 11.
According to the Senate of Nigeria, the marauders included Boko Haram insurgents posing as Fulani in a tactical maneuver to intensify attacks against Christians while evading detection, the Lagos news service Information Nigeria reported.
The victims are members of the Agatu tribe, a group of about 154,000 farmers who live on ancestral farmland in Benue. About 81 percent of them are Christian, according to the Joshua Project. About 7,000 displaced Christians and villagers have scattered to refugee camps in five neighboring communities, Morning Star News reported.
Fulani leaders have said the massacre was in retaliation after farmers killed 10,000 of their cows, but eyewitnesses only reported human corpses.
“Such a mass slaughter would take weeks, and the skeletal remains of the cows would completely dot the landscape of Agatu, and the stench would permeate the air,” Morning Star News quoted human rights lawyer Emmanuel Ogebe, who visited the affected villages with a fact-finding team. “If they are there on reprisal as they claimed, since they are not [indigenous to] the villages, why have they not left after the attack — and why have they occupied the villages?”
Ogebe described the assaults as a “jihad of a sort to take over the villages.”