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What Should Happen Now And Should Have Happened In Nigeria To Prevent Boko Haram by AmunRaOlodumare: 11:28pm On Nov 03, 2015
Senegal arrests two imams over 'Islamist threat'

Abdourahmane Dia

BBC Africa


Senegalese authorities are stepping up efforts to prevent the spread of radical Islamist ideology.

In the past two weeks, two imams have been arrested over allegedly making comments in sermons that could pose a threat to national security.

The authorities have so far not commented on the arrests, but the family of one of the imams, as well as the local association of preachers, have denied that the preachers were involved in any attempt to destabilise the country.

Senegal - where more than 90% of the people are Muslim - has not experienced any Islamist-inspired violence, but the government thinks it is a possibility.
Re: What Should Happen Now And Should Have Happened In Nigeria To Prevent Boko Haram by nikkiking(m): 11:32pm On Nov 03, 2015
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Re: What Should Happen Now And Should Have Happened In Nigeria To Prevent Boko Haram by AmunRaOlodumare: 11:45pm On Nov 03, 2015
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You must have missed it. It's in the article posted: BBC Africa

http://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-africa-34629243

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