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Despite 'pledge,' Boko Haram has no real ties to ISIS: U.S.

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Despite 'pledge,' Boko Haram has no real ties to ISIS: U.S.

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date March of twenty fifteen since that time , the state had absolutely no evidence , that there is any significant financial relationship any kind of , command relationship any kind of very strong ties it all , queen Islamic state and Boko haram both around him to be using it pledge of allegiance to Islamic state at the branding mechanism to give itself status in international jihadi circle and perhaps try to attract new recruits while around a thousand U. S. special ops troops are stationed in Africa their role battling poco haram is limited if there was intelligence showing , if they can financial support weapon we support command support , from Islamic state Boko haram that would give a greater impetus to those within the United States government and elsewhere who believe that the United States military should be taking a greater role in helping Nigerian neighbors by Boko haram , Boko haram is best known for kidnapping over two hundred schoolgirls in twenty fourteen and have proven difficult to put down the United States pumped up to about four hundred million dollars a year the amount of security assistance they didn't giving Nigeria and its neighbors despite the Boko haram insurgency however many US officials and lawmakers believe that in addition security , Nigeria needs help with providing the basic services like education healthcare development assistance and that by doing so young people can be persuaded to go to school find jobs instead of joining in search of