Al-Shabab attacks Kenyan village near Garissa

Posted: May 22, 2015 in Local News

The Somalia based terrorist group which attacked Garissa University last month

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storms a village in northeastern Kenya, village of Yumbis, about 70km north of Garissa , days after a similar operation in a nearby town.

Abdulaziz Abu Mus’ab, al-Shabab’s spokesman for military operations, said the group’s fighters were in Yumbis for more than eight hours.

“The Mujahideen carried out an operation in Yumbis. This was part of our ongoing operations to free the Christian-occupied Muslim lands of Northern Frontier Districts [NFD]. The coward enemy ran away before our Mujahideen arrived. We spoke to the Muslim residents and left more than eight hours later.” Abu Mus’ab said.

“We will not rest or stop until NFD ( NFD was previously the name of the Northeastern Kenya region, mostly inhabited by ethnic Somali Kenyans) is free,” he added.

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