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Kenya's Top Church Leaders Declare After al-Shabaab's Garissa Attack: 'Systematic Profiling, Isolation and Massacre of Christians ... Must Stop'

Leaders of major Christian denominations and a church coalition in Kenya last week closed ranks in a show of unity, warning that they will no longer remain silent as members of their flock are being killed in a religious war.


'Those Images Will Haunt Us Forever:' Vigils Honor Slain Garissa Christians as Mourners Insist Victims Were Not Just a Number — #147 Not Just a Number

Kenyans across the country are honoring in vigils the 148 murdered people, mostly Christian students, who lost their lives in the terror attack last week at Garissa University College. Friends and relatives have started a campaign titled #147notjustanumber, named after the original death count, where they are reminding the world that the victims were real people with real hopes and dreams that were taken away.

Pakistan Indicts 16 Christians for Killing Two Church-Bombing Suspects; 90 Injured Churchgoers in Critical Condition

Pakistani Christians

The Anti Terrorism Court in Lahore, Pakistan, has indicted 16 Christians who it says were responsible for the killing and burning of two terror suspects believed to have been involved in the March 15 suicide-bombing of two churches in Youhanabad, which killed 17 people. Non-profit groups have meanwhile highlighted that women and children are among the 90 or so critically injured church-goers that need urgent help.