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Kenyans still paying tribute to Muslim passengers who sheltered Christians from AlShabaab attack

WEDNESDAY LIFE
By Jerry Odumbe | December 30th 2015

Kirema Lineus: I knew Muslims are good and pleasant people. However, I honestly never expected anyone to sacrifice their lives for the sake of Christians’ souls. Together, we will win this war.

Del Arziyan: We are all Kenyans. It does not matter what religion you subscribe to. Together, we will defend this great nation against these ill-minded terrorists. Let us not allow them to divide us based on religion or tribe.

Tim Kirimivic: These gallant Kenyans make me proud. Kudos! Say no to terrorists. They pretend to kill non-Muslims in Kenya but kill Muslims in Somalia. These are devils who are neither Muslims nor Christians.

Julius Munyisia: Very brave Kenyan Muslims. I am proud to be a Kenyan with such heroes.

Keinan Iman: As a Muslim, I believe these people have an ill-motive to seperate us as Kenyans. Let us be more united as we fight them.

Orio Ahmed: A true Muslim should sacrifice his soul, time and wealth to stand with his fellow brothers and sisters regardless of whatever religion he belongs to. That is what Islam teaches us.

Linet Kiveu: The solidarity we have been praying for, God is answering our prayers. Terrorists will not hide behind Islamic religion anymore and this is the beginning of the end for this unruly militia.

Juliet Wangui: I am so proud of my fellow Muslim brothers and sisters. Now, can the rest of us Kenyans follow this well laid example and shun tribalism.

Ann Mungai: Terrorists are agents of the devil sent to kill. They kill even their own mothers. They only try to hide behind Islam, but I believe they are not. Kenyans, we must, and we will win against these brutes.

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