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Boko Haram
Pamitipun ding Malda ning Tradisyun para king Pamangumberti ampo king Jihad
جماعة أهل السنة للدعوة والجهاد
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libutad
Aktibu 2001–kasalungsungan
Ideolohiya Islamic extremism
Islamic fundamentalism
Takfir
Pekapun Abubakar Shekau
Momodu Bama Template:KIA
Mohammed YusufTemplate:KIA
Lugal ning
pamangimut
Flag of Nigeria Northern Nigeria, Flag of Cameroon, Northern Cameroon, Flag of Niger Niger, Flag of Chad Chad[1]
Kakampi 23x15px Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
Kalaban Flag of Nigeria Nigerian State
Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF)

SSS (State Security Service)

Gera/labanan Nigerian Sharia conflict
2009 Nigerian sectarian violence

Template:Campaignbox Nigerian Sharia conflict

Nigerian states where Boko Haram operate and that implement some form of sharia law (in green).

Ing Pamitipun ding Malda ning Tradisyun para king Pamangumberti ampo king Jihad[2][3] (جماعة اهل السنة للدعوة والجهاد Jamā'a Ahl al-sunnah li-da'wa wa al-jihād‎) o king Ingles, Congregation of the People of Tradition for Proselytism and Jihad — a mas kilala king kayang lagyu nang Hausang Boko Haram (Template:IPA-ha, Makasalanan" ing pamagaral a pang-"Albugan Western education is sinful" o king Ingles, "Western education is sinful" [4] — metung yang Muslim a aguman a militanting jihadist a makabasi king pangulu aslagang Nigeria,[5] pangulung Cameroon ampong Niger.[6][7][8][9] Tetag neng Mohammed Yusuf anyang 2001[10] ing aguman o organisasyun, a maki kapagnasan a mitikdong "tibubus" o "puru"ng estadung Muslim o Islamicung nung nu ing makababo ya pin ing leying sharia (sharia law),[11] ampong tuknangan ing tuturing nang pamanalis king Albugan o "Westernization."[12][13] Pikabaluan ya ing grupu king kayang pamanataki kareng Cristianu ampo king kapamahalan,[12] pamamomba kareng pisamban, pamanataki kareng eskwela ampong istasyun pulis,[14][15] oneng makamate ya mu naman kareng kayanib ning kapanibalan o establesimyentung Muslim o Islamicu.[16] Uling kareng insidenting bayolenting maki kaugnayan king Boko Haram, tatantyan dang manga 10,000 no reng mete pilatan ning 2001 ampong 2013 ampong manga 3,600 a mete, kayabe la reng 1,600 sibilyan pilatan ning 2009 ampong 2013.[17][18][19][20][21][22]

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  1. "Profile of Nigeria's Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau" (22 June 2012). Retrieved on 18 March 2013. 
  2. "Nigeria policemen in court trial for Boko Haram killing", BBC News (13 July 2011). 
  3. "[https://en.rsf.org/predator-the-islamist-group-boko-haram,44536.html Innermost thoughts of The Islamist group Boko Haram]", Reporters Without Borders. 
  4. Ogbonnaya Obinna (29 September 2011). "Boko Haram is battle for 2015, says Chukwumerije", The Nation. 
  5. David Cook (26 September 2011). The Rise of Boko Haram in Nigeria. Combating Terrorism Centre. Retrieved on 2012-01-12.
  6. Nnenna Ibeh (June 5,2013). "Boko Haram members flee to Niger as Nigerian military arrest 55 terrorists in Yobe, Borno", The Premium Times, Nigeria. Retrieved on June 2013. 
  7. André Burstin (1 March 2013). Boko Haram and The risk of terrorism in northern Cameroon. ESISC Research Associate. Retrieved on 2013-05-09.
  8. Bama attackers were Nigerians, Cameroonians. Nigerian Tribune (9 May 2013). Retrieved on 2013-05-09.
  9. Chika Moses (22 October 2012). Boko Haram killed Cameroonian mayor. Pilot Africa. Retrieved on 2013-05-11.
  10. "Boko Haram: Rocking the Nigerian boat", France24 (27 December 2011). 
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  12. 12.0 12.1 Dozens killed in Nigeria clashes. Al Jazeera (24 December 2011). Retrieved on 2011-12-24.
  13. Olugbode, Michael (2 February 2011). "Nigeria: We Are Responsible for Borno Killings, Says Boko Haram", allAfrica.com. Retrieved on 31 January 2012. "The sect in posters written in Hausa and pasted across the length and breadth of Maiduguri Wednesday morning signed by the Warriors of Jamaatu Ahlis Sunna Liddaawati Wal Jihad led by Imam Abu Muhammed Abubakar Bi Muhammed a .k .a Shehu claimed they embarked on the killings in Borno "in an effort to establish Sharia system of government in the country"." 
  14. Mark Lobel (30 April 2012). "Deadly attack on Nigeria's Bayero university", BBC. Retrieved on 5 May 2012. 
  15. "Nigeria: Dozens dead in church bombings and rioting", BBC (17 June 2012). Retrieved on 22 June 2012. 
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  17. "Nigeria school attack claims 42 lives", The Australian (6 July 2013). Retrieved on 6 July 2013. 
  18. "School attack kills 30 in northeast Nigeria", Newsday (6 June 2013). Retrieved on 6 July 2013. Archived from the original on 6 July 2013. 
  19. John L. Allen Jr. (2013). The Catholic Church: What Everyone Needs to Know. Oxford University Press, 166-167. 
  20. John Campbell (2013). Nigeria: Dancing on the Brink. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. ISBN 978-1-4422-2157-4. 
  21. Massimo Pernice (May 21, 2013). "Nigeria’s war on terrorism: Combatting Boko Haram", World Outline Group. 
  22. Massimo Pernice (April 18, 2013). "Spitting in the face of peace: Boko Haram’s continued aims", World Outline Group. 

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