Kenya: Muslims murder one child, seriously injure three others in grenade attack on church Sunday school

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….

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  1. says

    If there were ever a group of folks deserving of the title/label “nigger” it’s the black terrorists in Africa. “Savage” doesn’t begin to describe them. (And in case you’re wondering I own the word nigger. Literally. Go to my facebook page and I’ll prove it. Read my “Racism Speech”)

    Peter Hammond wrote a little book “Holocaust in Rwanda”. “Savage” doesn’t begin to describe the mindless brutallity administered by these monsters on people who only differ from them in belief. The things only about sixty pages and I still haven’t finished it. And I’ve had it for about a year. It’s a tough, tough book to stomach.

    The worst, most evil niggers of all might not be the ones commiting the genocide. It’s groups like the UN and its “High Commissioner for Human Rights” who don’t even describe the slaughter in Africa as genocide. Who literally stand by while all this slaughter is going on. Probably drinking tea.

    Here’s a quote. I don’t know how accurate it is but it will give you some idea. It’s a caption below a picture of a pile of machetes: “Primitive instruments of genocide. More people were killed with machetes in Rwanda than have died from atomic weapons in all of history.”

    Personally, I don’t give a shit about the accuracy of the numbers. When you read about the horrific killing and see the pictures of piles of dead bodies in the churches where they sought refuge, only to be hacked to death, statistics don’t mean a fucking thing.

    What Peter Hammond describes in this book is beyond anything you’ve ever seen in any horror movie. Just spectacular, mind-numbing evil. People would run into hospitals looking for refuge,only to be pointed out by and murdered by the doctors who exposed them.

    I’ve had a tough life. And there are few things that make me feel “guilty” as a human being. But reading this book does a pretty good job. If there were any place on the planet that would qualify for the description “worst of the worst”, Africa would be it. Except for maybe Serbia and those areas nothing else comes close. And I think that that’s because compared to China and Russia and the Killing Fields in Vietnam this has been happening in our lifetimes and we have completely and utterly ignored it.

    This is the same country that Muslims murdered “the Mahatma Ghandi of Islam; Mahmoud Mohamed Taha for “apostacy”. He was from the Sudan and wrote the misguided book “The Second Message of Islam”. He should have been a god to these people. Instead they just stood around and jeered as the Muslim Brotherhood engineered his hanging.

    I strongly urge people to read “The Haj” by Leon Uris and “Slavery, Terrorism and Islam” by Peter Hammond and throw those titles around like religious tracts. These two books are THE primers to suggest to people who you’d like to see “enlightened”. I usually suggest these and the following:

    SHORT LIST (See Full list Facebook page)
    1. The Haj by Leon Uris
    2. Muslim Mafia by Gaubatz and Sperry
    3. Because They Hate by Brigitte Gabriel
    4. Slavery, Terrorism and Islam by Peter hammond
    5. The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America by David Horowitz
    6. Ivory Towers On Sand: The Failure of Middle Eastern Studies in America by Martin Kramer
    7. The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism by Andrew G. Bostom
    8. The Legacy of Jihad by Andrew G. Bostom MD
    9. Taken Into Custody by Stephen Baskerville and The War Against Boys by Christina Hoff Sommers
    10. Invasion by Michelle Malkin
    11. Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi ali
    12. Infiltration by Paul Sperry
    13. American Jihad by Steven Emerson
    14. Vince Flynn’s “Term Limits” as a solution to our political problems.
    15. Justice-Not Vengeance by Simon wiesenthal (See what “heroes” the world were when it came to going after mass murdering War Criminals. A disgrace.)

    Larry A. Singleton
    Riverside, CA

  2. says

    There is more detail than the BBC saw fit to provide, in the following report.

    The story as it appeared in Australia’s ABC, combining AFP material with input from the ABC’s Africa correspondent, Ginny Stein:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-10-01/child-killed-in-nairobi-church-grenade-attack/4288644
    Child killed in Nairobi church grenade attack

    It includes this harrowing paragraph:

    “Blood-stained children’s jackets and shoes lay scattered on the floor of the Anglican St Polycarp church, surrounded by remnants of metal walls that were broken and twisted by the force of the explosion.”

    And

    “Church official Livingstone Muiruri said nine children had also been wounded in the blast, adding that those attending the service were aged between six and 10.”