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haram

(ˈhɑːˌrɑːm)
n
(Islam) anything that is forbidden by Islamic law
[from Arabic, literally: forbidden]
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حرام
haram
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In 2015, the island of Ngomiron Doumou in Lake Chad was attacked by armed extremists who said they belonged to the outlawed Boko Haram group.
oko Haram's decade-long conflict has killed 27,000 people and displaced about two million from their homes in northeast Nigeria.
The Wall Street Journal's disturbing July 31 report of an alleged secret mass burial of at least a thousand Nigerian soldiers who were murdered by Boko Haram terrorists has, once again, brought to the fore the conscienceless villainy and duplicity of the Buhari regime and its service chiefs who have overstayed their statutorily mandated length of service by several years/months.
Summary: Abuja [Nigeria], Aug 3 (Xinhua/ANI): The multinational force fighting Boko Haram along the Lake Chad region on Saturday debunked claims that terror group attacked a military base and killed at least 40 people in Baga, a town in Nigeria's northeast region, on August 1.
In an exclusive interview with state media in Makkah, he urged the Pakistani intending pilgrims to stay back for at least 30 minutes, after offering prayers in Haram, especially the Friday prayer.
The Director General said that people in large number thronged the Haram during Duhar, Isha, and Juma prayers.
One Day in the Haram is the first film to capture the inner workings of the Haram
KARACHI -- This Ramadan will see the exclusive theatrical release of the feature length documentary film, One Day In The Haram, in cinemas nationwide across Pakistan.
Hilary Matfess, Women and the War on Boko Haram: wives, weapons, witnesses.
The Multi-National Joint Task Force, comprising troops from Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon, killed no fewer than 40 Boko Haram terrorists and recovered six gun trucks when the insurgents attacked a military base in Gueskerou, which is between Nigeria and Niger Republic.
Boko Haram: The History of an African Jihadist Movement
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- At least 30 Nigerian soldiers have been killed in a gun battle with Boko Haram fighters who overran a military base in the country's Northeast, according to military sources.