Education in Kenya Suffers at the Hands of Al-Shabab Extremists


6/3/2015 Kenya (New York Times)

The Somali extremist group Al-Shabab in Kenya, Africa has been disrupting education in the region with its brutal attacks, causing panic and fear among not just Christians, but educators and students alike. Last year around Christmas, 28 people riding on a bus, mostly teachers, were separated by religion, and those who were Christians were executed. Just several months later in April of 2015, militants from the extremist group attacked Garissa University College, again separating by religion and killing 148, who were predominantly Christian. This attack is considered the nation’s worst terrorist attack since the 1998 bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi.


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  • Pray for healing for all of the students, teachers and families, who have suffered from these attacks
  • Pray that the enemies of Christ will hear the Truth and accept Christ into their hearts

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