How many more of these attacks are we going to see before a significant portion of the Western government and media elites decides that resisting jihad is not “racism,” but a struggle for justice and basic human decency?
Probably no number of attacks will ever convince most of those elites.
“Deadly Kenya grenade attack hits children in church,” from the BBC, September 30 (thanks to all who sent this in):
One child has been killed and three seriously hurt, police say, in a grenade attack on a church’s Sunday school in the Kenya capital, Nairobi.
The attacker targeted St Polycarp’s church on Juja Road.
A police spokesman blamed sympathisers of Somalia’s al-Shabab Islamist militant group, angry over Kenya’s role in the UN-backed intervention force.
A mob later rounded on Somalis living near the church with sticks and stones in a suspected revenge attack.
Police chief Moses Nyakwama told the BBC’s Focus on Africa programme that 13 people had been injured in the revenge attack, in the suburb of Eastleigh.
‘Running for their lives’
The fact that Sunday’s bombing has immediately been blamed on “Al-Shabab sympathisers” is hardly surprising, given events in Somalia in recent days.
The hand-grenade, thrown into a crowded public place, is becoming a grimly familiar tactic in Kenya. In the past six months, it has been used in bars in Mombasa, churches in Garissa near the Somali border, as well as churches and a bus station in Nairobi….