Parents of Christian Nigerian Schoolgirl Leah Sharibu Make Appeal to Save Their Daughter From Execution by Boko Haram

The parents of Christian schoolgirl Leah Sharibu are making a last-minute appeal to save their daughter from execution at the hands of terrorists.

Sharibu, along with a young nurse midwife by the name of Saifura Khorsa, is nearing the end of the 30-day warning issued by Nigerian terror group Boko Haram.

“Now we watch in horror as she, and the other women and girls with her, are led before the jihadist firing squads — or worse,” said Founding Coalition member and Save the Persecuted Christians Director Dede Laugesen in a statement shared with The Christian Post.

“Does the world even know? Do they care? Where is the outcry for Saifura? For Leah? For all the other women and girls with them? As American Christians, we can no longer turn a blind eye to what is happening worldwide to our brothers and sisters,” Laugesen declared.

The Sept. 16 video in question showed the execution of 25-year-old Saifura Husseini Ahmed, another midwife with the International Committee of the Red Cross.

A radical with Boko Haram said in the self-titled “message of blood” that unless the Nigerian government stops ignoring the group’s written and audio messages, “the other nurse and midwife will be executed in similar manner in one month, including Leah Sharibu.”

Christian groups around the world have been advocating for Sharibu’s release ever since she was taken in a mass raid by the terror group in February. The 15 year old has refused to renounce her faith in Jesus Christ in order to be granted her freedom, and is in danger of being put to death for her decision.

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Source: Christian Post