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State-Sponsored Pilgrimages Under Review in Nigeria

There are 2 comments on the Christianity Today story from Dec 5, 2012, titled State-Sponsored Pilgrimages Under Review in Nigeria. In it, Christianity Today reports that:

Modern-day pilgrimage made world headlines this fall when Saudi Arabia deported more than 1,000 Nigerian Muslim women for attending the annual Hajj without male chaperones ...

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“Mad as Hell”

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#1 Dec 5, 2012
Different courses for different horses.
What an excellent contrast between the islam faith and the rest.
Unfortunately to convert to Christianity in Nigeria one would have to move as the country has a religious divide.

“Mad as Hell”

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#2 Dec 5, 2012

Typical disorganisation and lack of respect for humans let alone animals.

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