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Hope Endures On Mother's Day for the Chibok Girls

There are certain experiences in life that are transformative.   My time with Rebecca Samuel, one of the mothers of the 276 Chibok Girls of Nigeria who were abducted by Boko Haram terrorists on April 14, 2014, was one such experience.  Although 57 of the abducted girls courageously escaped on their own, 219 remain in the hands of the world's deadliest terror group which brazenly detonates girls as human bombs.
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