Nurses attend to a victim from a blast at the Coast General Hospital in the Kenyan coastal town of Mombasa on March 31, 2012. Five people were injured in a grenade attack in Mombasa after an earlier explosion near the city injured 10 others Saturday. (Photo: Reuters)
According to International Christian Concern (ICC), more Christians have been attacked in Kenya.
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Jonathan Racho received first word of the deadly incident against more than 150 Christians.
“Suspected Islamists threw a grenade and killed two Christians and wounded more than 30 in the Kenyan city of Mtwapa,” he reports. “At the time, the Christians were holding an outdoor worship service.”
A witness told ICC three people sitting in a parked car near the site threw the grenade and drove away.
“And at the time when Christians were holding the service, Muslims were also holding a meeting 900 feet from the scene of the attack,” Racho notes. “The Muslims were holding their own prayer, were vilifying Christianity” within earshot of the worshiping Christians.