Nigeria police hunt ‘Taleban’

The Nigerian Taleban rebel group was originally a collection of zealous, charismatic Imams who attracted young, well-educated men from middle class and wealthy families. They traveled to villages across the northern Muslim provinces in small groups preaching against the local secular Islamic traditions in favor of a simpler, fundamentalist philosophy

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