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Suicide bomber kills 47 boys in Nigeria school massacre

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Well, I guess the suicide bomber thought he was going to enjoy his 72 virgins in Islamic heaven.

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Reading this makes me just sick to the stomach....50 kids dead, and for what purpose? The total absence of comments shows how immune we have become to this kind of news from African or middle eastern countries..

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Reading this makes me just sick to the stomach....50 kids dead, and for what purpose? The total absence of comments shows how immune we have become to this kind of news from African or middle eastern countries..

What do you expect us to say? The usual cliche pity message? You're definitely not wrong in thinking that most people have become immune to news such as this in middle eastern countries though.

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Perhaps, Dutchman, people are somewhat immune to stories about a suicide bomber from The Religion That Shall Not Be Named (at least in this article). It's nothing new or unusual, sadly.

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again rejected Nigerian government claims of a ceasefire and peace talks.

The Nigerian government should stop "wishing and hoping," and go after Boko Haram with everything they've got. It's obvious that group of murderous thugs isn't interested in any kind of ceasefire or peace talks.

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Don't worry, they're just a bunch of cis boys after all. No need to start a twitter hashtag for them. :^)

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A lesson in appeasement with Muslim extremist savagery for the West, perhaps? Do not count on it!!!

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Sick and evil. The only good thing about this group is that it gives misfits and psychos a place to go and act out their fantasies. Good for them, that is, until they get targeted and taken out. Only then do they learn that the heaven they believed in does not welcome them.

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