“If You Were A Christian You Were Shot On The Spot”: Muslim Gunmen Storm Kenya College, Hundreds Killed And Wounded
Muslim released, Christians deceased. It’s the “Religion of Peace” and the nature of the Beast …
Update: Death Toll Up to 147 …
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Qur’an: Sura 4:89, “… Kill the unbelievers [non-Muslims] wherever you find them …”
Qur’an Sura 8:39, “And fight with them until … religion should be only for Allah …”
John 16:2b-3, “… the time is coming when those who kill you will think they are doing a holy service for God. This is because they have never known the Father or Me.”
Heavy gunfire was reported at the Garissa University campus as the Kenyan military tried to end the siege. The Somali-based al-Shabab terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack and said they have taken hostages.
Police Inspector-General Joseph Boinett said there was a shootout between the attackers and police officers who were guarding the students’ dorms. ‘We have the reports that the attackers shot aimlessly while inside the university compound,’ he said.
Police said the gunmen killed two guards and injured a student while trying to access the premises. Police said they arrested at least one terrorist who was escaping the scene after the attack.
Students who were able to escape said gunmen stormed the university, setting off explosives and shooting people on the campus just after 5 a.m. local time.
‘Most of us were asleep when the incident happened,’ said Nicholas Ntulu, a student at the university. ‘We heard heavy gunfire and explosions. Every person ran for dear life as we passed the gunmen. Several (students) were shot dead. I only saw three gunmen heading to the hostels.
‘There was nobody to help us at the time of the attack,’ he added. ‘The police officers took more than an hour to arrive at the scene.’
President Uhuru Kenyatta urged Kenyans to stay calm.
‘This is a moment for everyone throughout the country to be vigilant as we continue to confront and defeat our enemies,’ he said.
Kenyatta also ordered the inspector-general of police to accelerate the applications of 10,000 recruits for the Kenya Police College.
‘We have suffered unnecessarily due to shortage of security personnel,’ he said. ‘Kenya badly needs additional officers, and I will not keep the nation waiting.’
Frightened students rescued from the university were gathered at a military camp near the Garissa airstrip.
‘The sounds of gunfire was all over — we couldn’t tell what was the right direction to go to be safe,’ said Ann Musyoka, a second year student. ‘We had to face the gunmen — they shot several people as we escaped towards the gate.’
Schools officials said students reported the gunmen attended morning prayers at the campus mosque before heading to the dorm. Students also said that the gunmen were separating Christians from Muslims.” Read more.