Boko Haram terror designation plan misses point

From Global Public Square Thu Dec 20 2012, 15:30:25

By Shobana Shankar, Special to CNN Editor's note: Shobana Shankar is a visiting assistant professor in the History Department of Georgetown University. She is finalizing a book, 'Who Shall Enter Paradise? Christian Missions and the Politics of Difference in Muslim Northern Nigeria.' The views expressed are her own. The violent Islamist group Boko Haram has [...]

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