The Boko Haram Islamic terrorist group has attacked mainly-Christian villages in far North Cameroon, killing 7 people and kidnapping 21 children and young adults in their latest murderous escapade.

It’s just the latest round of assaults against innocent civilians in a very deadly year in the region. Amnesty International reports at least 275 people have been killed since January, and 225 of them were civilians.

Now Barnabus Fund, an organization dedicated to helping persecuted Christians around the world, reports the Islamic extremists’ most recent murderous rampage in Mayo Sava district began on Dec. 1, just a month after they launched similar attacks. Gunmen opened fire on mourners gathered at a funeral in Kotserehé, forcing them to flee in all directions.

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