Sunday, September 22, 2013

Al-Shebab claimed responsibility for terrorism and the killing of Christians in the Westgate shopping center in Nairobi.

Al-Shebab claimed responsibility for terrorism and the killing of Christians in the Westgate shopping center in Nairobi.

New skirmish erupted inside the mall "Westgate" in Nairobi.
Kenyan troops wounded were evacuated from the mall and were taken by ambulance.
More cars on the ambulance arrived at the scene of the hostage crisis.
 Religious war in Kenya-Muslims left the building, and the Christians were shot.
More than 55 people were killed and many more than 210 were injured when armed in grenades and firearms men raided the shopping mall in Nairobi yesterday.
 30 customers were taken hostage during the attack, which involved about 10 people - some of which appeared 18 years.
Police chief in Nairobi Benson Kibue described the attack as a terrorist act, and yesterday evening group based in Somalia, "Ash Shebab" claimed responsibility.
Militants of the radical group "Ash Shebab" are approached on "Al Qaeda".
In Nairobi, believe that it is represented in the group behind the series of attacks against foreigners in Kenya.
"Al-Shebab," often making threats to Kenyan authorities.
According to eyewitnesses, the gunmen told the Muslims to leave the building shortly before noon, and non-Muslims were taken at gunpoint.
Some claim that the attackers asked "who is the mother of the strait?" In an attempt to determine who are Muslims.
One man showed the name of the ID card Hakim, and so escaped. Another could not answer the question and was shot.
Space at the mall has turned into a field hospital. The site are clustered police cars, ambulances and fire. Parts of the military are trying to occupy key positions around the building, so as not to allow the escape of terrorists. Live global television showed horrific scenes.
The Vice President of Kenya William Ruto promised last night that authorities "will put an end to the siege and get to the bottom of the attack." "We will look for all the perpetrators and their accomplices," he said.
Unknown number of hostages are still being held by armed Islamists in the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi.
The upper floors of the mall are safe, "said the government's National Disaster Operations Centre....

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