Monday, 5 June 2017

British journalist claims Islamic countries are offering financial inducements to Christians in Nigeria to convert them to Islam




British journalist claims Islamic countries are offering financial inducements to Christians in Nigeria to convert them to Islam

In the most significant fragment of news at the forefront out of the center east in fable to speaking Monday, Saudi Arabia and a coalition of Islamic countries including UAE, Egypt, Bahrain, Libya and Yemen severed all political ties by now Qatar ostensibly, because the Qataris are allegedly confess sponsors of terrorism.
Somehow, Nigeria has found itself in the union. In an article examining the unfolding diplomatic lawlessness, Paul Mason, a journalist for international news habitat, Guardian, alleged that Islamic countries are in the practice of paying Christians in  Nigeria to convert to Islam.
This is how he put it:

"Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the other Gulf monarchies, organised in the so called Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), have a long history of backing the spread of Sunni Islamist ideology outside the region. Not just in Britain, but, for example, even in places such as rural Nigeria, where I’ve seen Gulf oil money used to incentivise Christians to convert, fuelling the religious conflict there."





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