Masked assailants launched simultaneous gun and grenade raids on two churches in a Kenyan town on Sunday, killing at least 17 people in the worst attack in the country since Kenya sent troops into Somalia to crush al Shabaab militants.
More than 60 people were wounded in the attacks in Garissa, the north Kenya town which has been used as a base for operations against al Qaeda-linked insurgents in Somalia.
This is all part of a war on religion going on in the Middle East and North Africa. Thousands of Christians have fled Egypt post-Arab Spring. Now Christians are under attack in Kenya.
Back in April 2012, the US Embassy warned that terrorist attacks in Kenya were inevitable.