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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Boko Haram
The aging Muslim spiritual leader of this northern Nigeria city, his eyes heavy with fatigue, leaned into a microphone Monday and whispered to God his wish for peace after the killing of at least 185 people in an attack by a radical Islamist sect. On the street, however, smudged black graffiti written in charcoal gave a different message: "Boko Haram good."
"That is why most attacks by the Boko Haram on our village continued (to) fail because they cannot come in here and start shooting and killing people," he said.
Their kidnappers, Boko Haram, say they will sell the girls, most of whom have already “converted” to Islam and “married.”