Save the Children reported that jihadists raided villages in Mozambique and beheaded children, up to the age of 11. The Islamists committed murders in the northern province of Cabo Delgado.

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A mother told Save the Children that she had to watch Islamic militants behead her 12-year-old son. She herself was in hiding nearby, with the other children. For security reasons, her personal data remains confidential.

That night, our village was attacked and houses were torched

– mentioned.

They took my eldest son and cut off his head. “

When it all started, I was home with four kids. We tried to escape to the woods, but they captured my eldest son and cut off his head. There was nothing we could do because we would also be killed

– She added.

Another woman told how her son was killed JihadistsWhile she and the other three children fled.

After my 11-year-old son was killed, I realized it was not safe to stay in my village anymore

– She said.

We ran to my father’s house in another village, but after a few days the attacks started there as well

– She added.

The jihadists killed 2,500 people in Mozambique. Persons

Hearing stories of the suffering of mothers who find shelter in the refugee camps, our staff cry

– Chance Briggs, director of the organization’s branch, admitted save the Children Th Mozambique. Also a special envoy on behalf of our Outline the work Islamists As “indescribably cruel”.

Since the start of the uprising in 2017, more than 2,500 Islamists have died at their hands. People and 700 thousand. They had to leave their homes to save lives. Related cargo pants Islamic country. In a video released last year, the Islamist leader said:

We occupy cities to show that the government is unfair. It humiliates the poor and benefits the employers.

He also spoke about Islam and his desire for an “Islamic government, not the government of the infidels.”

In November of last year, Mozambique media reported that more than 50 people had invested in the football stadium in Cabo Delgado. Earlier, in April, dozens of people were beheaded or shot during an attack on a village.

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