Remnants of a church bombed in Nigeria on Christmas Eve

The Associated Press is reporting that an Islamic group, formerly known as Boko Haram, has claimed responsibility for the Christmas Eve attacks in Nigeria that left at least 38 people dead. In a press release published on its website, the group said that it was responsible for the multiple bombings in central Jos and two attacks on churches in Maiduguri. The group changed its name after a prison break earlier this year that freed more than 700 inmates. Five blasts went off, leaving approximately eight people dead and injuring many. Wow, attacking churches to make a point. Please tell us where that is written in the Quran.

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