Islamic Militants Shoots and Decapitates 36 Non-Muslim Quarry Workers


Most of the workers killed were likely Christian, but members from any other religion other than Islam should be killed, according to these psychopaths who use their religion as an excuse to carry out their atrocities.

If Muslims truly wanted to separate themselves from the brutality of terrorist organizations like Al-Shabaab, ISIS, etc., why have Muslim leaders not come out in a more harsh denunciation of these barbarous actions?

The Pope yesterday called for such a global condemnation:

“I told the president that it would be beautiful if all Islamic leaders, whether they are political, religious or academic leaders, would speak out clearly and condemn this, because this would help the majority of Muslim people,” Francis said in answer to a reporter's question.

“But this must come from the mouths of their leaders, from religious leaders, academic leaders, intellectuals and political leaders,” he said.

Catholic Church officials have urged Islamic leaders to speak out more forcefully against Islamic State, but the pope's words on the plane were his most comprehensive so far.

He called for “a global condemnation (of terrorism), including from Muslims, who have their own identity and say ‘we are not that, the Koran is not that’,”.

He said he understood how Muslims were offended by the stereotype that equates Islam with terrorism.

“They say: ‘No, we are not this, the Koran is a book of peace, it is a prophetic book of peace. This is not Islam,’” he said.

Source: news.yahoo.com

Al-Shabaab lined up the non-Muslim workers, pictured, and shot them dead during this morning's massacre

The gunmen crossed over the border and divided the Muslim and non-Muslim workers into two groups before opening fire 

The gunmen crossed over the border and divided the Muslim and non-Muslim workers into two groups before opening fire

Al-Shabaab have been raiding Mandera County on the Somali-Kenyan border killing non-Muslims 

Al-Shabaab have been raiding Mandera County on the Somali-Kenyan border killing non-Muslims

Police sources said the workers were ambushed as they slept in the camp at the Korome quarry. The non-Muslim workers were singled-out and killed.

Eyewitnesses claimed that 32 of the victims had been shot while the final four had been decapitated.

Mandera county governor Ali Roba said: ‘It is sad that we have another 36 people who were attacked and killed late last night in the same manner it happened on a bus recently. It happened at a quarry about 10 miles from Mandera town.'

Some 28 people were killed in the area last month when al Shabaab militants hijacked a Nairobi-bound bus, causing widespread anger. Kenya has suffered a string of gun and grenade attacks since it sent troops into Somalia to fight al Shabaab in late 2011.

Quarry workers who were absent at the time of the attack sit at their camp after coming back to work in the morning and finding their colleagues murdered

Quarry workers who were absent at the time of the attack sit at their camp after coming back to work in the morning and finding their colleagues murdered

Security officers talk as they stand next to a mosquito net used by a worker who slept at the quarry that was attacked

Security officers talk as they stand next to a mosquito net used by a worker who slept at the quarry that was attacked

A local peace activist (right) talks with a police officer (centre) and a Kenya Red Cross worker (left) at the quarry

The attack follows a massacre last month where 28 non-Muslims were ambushed on a Nairobi-bound bus

The 28 non-Muslims were lined up by alShabaab and shot dead before the terrorists returned to Somalia 

The 28 non-Muslims were lined up by alShabaab and shot dead before the terrorists returned to Somalia

Source: dailymail.co.uk


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