A terrorist group is continuing a reign of terror in Kenya --
and Christians are the target.
There have been attacks against a dozen churches in the last
five months. William Stark of International Christian Concern has information
on the latest act of violence.
"There was a grenade thrown into a children's Sunday school
service in Nairobi, Kenya," he says. "One child was killed and 12
others were injured. The attack is suspected to be perpetrated by
al-Shabaab, so this is part of their campaign of terror against
Al-Shabaab is a terrorist group that is attempting to overthrow
the government in Somalia. But Stark tells OneNewsNow the
organization believes they are justified in attacks within Kenya's
"Kenya recently sent troops into Somalia in order to help bring
al-Shabaab down in Somalia, so they have started to infiltrate
Kenya and they've started to commit acts of terror," Stark
explains. "They said that as long as Kenya is going to be in
Somalia, they're going to be committing acts of terror until Kenya
Yet there is no assurance al-Shabaab will stop. Stark points out
that in the latest attack, a nine-year-old boy was killed while
singing worship hymns, and six of the 12 children injured are in
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