Wow… pass this along.
One country in Africa has discovered a highly effective way to deal with radical jihadist Muslims.
And it doesn’t involve peace talks or strongly worded letters.
No, the method that Kenya employs against Muslim terrorists is kind of old fashioned but still the best way to make a dent in the spread of jihad in their country.
Recently, a bus full of twenty-eight Kenyan Christians was attacked by jihadists.
After the terrorists hijacked and boarded the bus, they forced the Christians to recite the Shahada, the Islamic creed.
Those who refused or didn’t know what it was, which was most of them, were slaughtered by automatic weapons.
Apparently, the jihadists claim that killing the Christians were revenge for “crimes against their Muslim brothers” in Mombasa.
As soon as the brutal attack was reported up the chain to the Kenyan government, they showed their level of anger by taking immediate action against the radical Islamic thugs.
First, they identified the group responsible for killing the Christians, tracked them down and delivered a quick dose of street justice – in other words, those particular Islamic thugs won’t be carrying out any more Christian killings.
But it didn’t stop there.
Kenya is apparently experimenting with a four-to-one approach in dealing with jihadist murders. Kill twenty-five of theirs; they kill one hundred of yours.
The Kenyan military actually fired up a few fighter jets, and sent them on a mission to attack a nearby camp where known jihadist terrorists lived and dropped a few final reminders to ninety-five of their friends, killing them all.
Kenyan gunships and ground troops put the icing on the cake by taking out another twenty jihadist murders for good measure.
This may seem extreme for some, but it’s the only language that makes sense to these violent, psychotic jihadists. If you don’t deal with their attacks with a swift, deadly response, the killings just keep happening.