Skip to comments.Christian Churches Attacked in Kenya on Christmas
Posted on 12/28/2013 10:30:03 AM PST by LSUfan
The bad news is that there were attacks on churches in Kenya. These attacks seem to have been on the order of mob violence, rather than organized terrorist attacks, but they were still an act of Jihad.
More bad news: the Reuters news agency, whose parent company has extensive ties to Shariah-compliant finance, filed a terribly researched and misleading report on these attacks which can be found on Indias First Post news site.
It is no mere coincidence that Jihad has erupted across the African continent in recent years. We have seen active Jihadi violence in Cameroon, Nigeria, Niger, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal, Ghana, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania and the Central African Republic. If you subscribe to the so-called mainstream media for an explanation for this phenomenon, youd believe that it was caused by sectarian tensions, poverty, or general lawlessness.
These explanations are balderdash. Africans of various ethnicities, faiths, tribal origins and nationalities have lived in close proximity to each other for centuries. Unlike past violence, the recent wave of Jihadi violence has two common threads: Islam and Jihad. Past violence may have been due to local differences, but Boko Haram operating in Nigeria and Cameroon, Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb operating in Mali and Niger, and Al Shabaab operating in Somalia and Kenya all have the same doctrinal basis for their violent campaigns: Islam.
We can deny it all we want, but it doesnt make it untrue.
(Excerpt) Read more at terrortrendsbulletin.com ...
Our Kenyan pResident has been attacking Christians for years.
I’m sure our fearless leader will issue a strong condemnation any day now.
There really is no reason to spare the life of any muslim on this planet.