Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the attack on the Kenyan university April 2nd and it has declared “war” on Kenya.
147 people were killed and 79 others injured in the attack on the Garissa University in north eastern Kenya, near the Somali border. Radical Islamist al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the attack. It has been reported that members of the organisation raided the campus with the slogan “we have come to die and to kill” and after killing two security guards at the gate started firing randomly and then began to selectively kill Christians. Four attackers were killed. Spokesman for Al-Shabab Ali Dheere announced “We have killed dozens at the university and the operation continues. We have attacked the university in Garissa because we are at war with Kenya.”Al-Shabab, which stands for Hareqet al-Shabab al-Mujahiddin (the Jihadist Youth Movement) is an armed organisation fighting to topple the Federal Transition Government in Somalia. It has held much of southern Somalia under its control since 2011 and has imposed strict Sharia law in the regions it controls. It is estimated that the organisation has around 14,000 fighters. It has announced a jihad against enemies of Islam. The organisation is connected with al-Qaeda and its current leader is Ibrahim al-Afghani. By İrem GölYou can read the rest of the article on our issue of May

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