Following the mass condemnation of the Chibok abduction saga which has gone viral on several social media platforms, and gained worldwide condemnation, Islamic sects have come out to condemn the actions of the Boko Haram including the Al-Qaeda sect existing in the Middle East.
According to a post in the jihad forum which read “There is news that they attacked a girls’ suggesting delicately that Boko Haram may perhaps be killing too many non-combatants instead of armed enemies. He prayed that God would “hold them steady to the path” of Islam.
Another post read “The violence most of the African rebel groups practice makes Al Qaeda look like a bunch of schoolgirls,” said Bronwyn Bruton, an Africa scholar at the Atlantic Council in Washington. “And Al Qaeda at this point is a brand — and pretty much only a brand — so you have to ask yourself how they are going to deal with the people who are doing things so hideous even the leaders of Al Qaeda are unwilling to condone them.”