Top Muslim Body Al-Azhar Condemns terrorist attack on Kenya`s University

2015-04-06 04:19:21 | Al Muslim News
Top Muslim Body Al-Azhar Condemns terrorist attack on Kenya`s University

 

Top Islamic body Al-Azhar on Saturday condemned the mass murders of nearly 150 people at Kenya‘s Garissa University by Somalia’s Shebab militants.
Four terrorist from the Al-Qaeda-linked group AlShebab killed 148 people, 142 of them students, and wounded at least 79 at Garissa University after a day-long siege.
The terrorist, who were all killed, spared Muslim students but taunted Christian and Jewish students before killing them, survivors said.
“Al-Azhar condemns the terrorist act committed by Somalia’s Shebab terrorist group in the Kenyan university of Garissa that left about 150 victims, and wounded tens of innocent students,†the prestigious seat of Sunni Islamic learning said in a statement.
The attack, Kenya‘s deadliest since the 1998 bombing of the US embassy in Nairobi, sparked international outrage, with Pope Francis condemning the massacre as an act of “senseless brutalityâ€.

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