In a prison in Khartoum, a dusty city on the banks of the ancient Nile in the African nation of Sudan, Meriam Yehya Ibrahim waits. Ibrahim stands convicted of apostasy; she renounced Islam and became a Christian

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The Islamist band of psychopaths has made headlines with its abduction of more than 200 Nigerian schoolgirls, which is horrible enough. But among these terrorists' crimes, this isn't necessarily the worst thing they've done

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The taking of these Nigerian children makes one thing abundantly clear: Extremist Islam is scared of little girls. A nation where women have access to education is a nation where Islamist extremists lose much of their power to cow and bully them

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The Nigerian schoolgirls will never receive the global hero status of Malala. There are too many of them. They are nameless and faceless, with at least 270 missing, not counting the 50 lucky ones who escaped their militant Islamist captors

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Why did it take the world so long to pay much attention to the kidnapping of more than 300 schoolgirls by Muslim fanatics in Nigeria? For starters, the buck stops with President Goodluck Jonathan who clumsily tried to sweep the crisis under a rug

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