Friday, February 3, 2012

Sudan: attack on U.S. funded Bible school

No injuries, but lots of fear.  Everyone got out safely but the building was  reduces to rubble.  Education, especially of girls is forbidden; the female is supposed to guard the family honor by staying home and acting as the jihad breeder for the next generation of haters.  North Sudan is Islamic, the newly created South Sudan is Christian and everyone knew there would be problems.  Here they are, now what is to be done?

Any suggestions from those in the peanut gallery?  Didn't think so.

From The Washington Post Feb 3

Sudan bombs US-funded Bible school, forcing students, teachers to flee; US condemns attack

NAIROBI, Kenya — Sudan’s military bombed a Bible school built by a U.S. Christian aid group, prompting students and teachers at the school to run for their lives in the Nuba Mountains in South Kordofan state.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations condemned the attack.
Pictures obtained by The Associated Press on Friday showed that two stone school buildings were demolished in the attack. No one was hurt or killed despite the fact school was in session.
Ryan Boyette, a former aid worker who lives in Sudan and is now leading a team of 15 citizen journalists, spoke to a teacher at the site of Wednesday’s attack in the Nuba Mountains. The teacher, Zachariah Boulus, told Boyette that he couldn’t find his wife and children after the attack because everyone ran into the mountains for safety.
Boyette said that two of eight bombs dropped hit the school.
The Heiban Bible College was built by Samaritan’s Purse, a North Carolina-based aid group. Samaritan’s Purse President Franklin Graham said the attack was carried out by the Sudanese Air Force.
Yes, that Franklin Graham.
“Please pray for the safety of believers, and that God would intervene,” Graham said.
Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., said she was outraged by what she called a “heinous” bombing.
Islam is good at heinous.
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