Cameroon and Darkness of Gulf Islamism and Sudan: Christianity, Sufi Strains and Takfiris
Paul Joseph Nzeribe, Noriko Watanabe and Lee Jay Walker
Modern Tokyo Times
The Central African Republic was torn apart when new Islamist strains from outside nations like Chad and Sudan impacted on the delicate balance between Christians and Muslims. Similarly, the nation of Cameroon is reaching a new religious crossroads because of increasing terrorist attacks by Boko Haram, the indoctrination of indigenous Muslims based on the intrigues of various Sunni Islamist forces, the weakening of Sufi Islam, and the growing rise of Christian fundamentalism that fears the changing religious landscape. Therefore, political elites in Cameroon must curtail the importance of Gulf petrodollars. After all, religious and educational institutions in the Gulf and Sudan are indoctrinating indigenous Sufi Muslims to militant Islam – alongside the growing awareness of the Arabic language.
In neighboring Nigeria the bloodthirsty Boko Haram…
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