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Stop Boko Haram's reign of terror

To the President and members of the UN Security Council:

We are horrified by the latest killings by Boko Haram in Nigeria. We urge you to convene an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council, issue a Presidential Statement, and pass a resolution that includes measures to protect civilians, holds military forces accountable for human rights violations, and presses the Nigerian government to enact reforms that will more effectively protect and serve its citizens. It is time the world prioritised action to end this brutal conflict.

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Boko Haram just used a 10-year-old girl as a bomb-detonator right after massacring up to 2000 people. There is a reign of terror in Northern Nigeria.

But Nigerian President Jonathan has said almost NOTHING about this in his election campaign, and his brutal army, instead of protecting civilians, is fuelling the insurgency.

The world has put this crisis in the ‘too hard to solve’ box -- the UN Security Council hasn't even issued a Presidential Statement on Nigeria!

The only good news: escalating violence has renewed pressure to act.

Let's multiply that pressure now and persuade our leaders and the United Nations to convene an emergency Security Council meeting and prioritise this crisis.

Join this urgent call -- for the sake of that tiny, innocent girl, and all those like her at risk.

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