Pastor Killed in Kenya and an update from Morocco

My latest story on international persecution was two-fold, addressing the recent killing of a Kenyan pastor and the charges being dropped against a Moroccan Christian.

From my article:

Islamic extremists are suspected of murdering a pastor in Mombasa, Kenya, in retaliation for police raids on a nearby mosque.

Militants gunned down Lawrence Kazungu Kadenge, an assistant pastor with Glory of God Ministries Church, on Feb. 2, the same day Kenyan authorities raided a mosque believed to be recruiting Islamic extremists for Somalia’s al-Shabaab terrorist organization, according to Morning Star News (MSN). Al-Shabaab has claimed responsibility for the Westgate shopping mall attack in Nairobi last fall.

You can continue reading at Worldmag.com.

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