#cnn has learned from sources that two of the Kenya mall attackers are from Minnesota and one from Missouri.
— Sara Pratley (@cnnsara) September 22, 2013
It is no surprise, as the Examiner posted the final two tweets from the al Qaeda linked terror group al Shabab on Saturday, before their account was suspended. One of the final tweets was:
Funny how the Kuffar are quick to cry foul and gnash their teeth about minor incidents, while their military is killing thousands of Muslims
— HSM Press Office (@HSM_Press) September 21, 2013
As the Examiner observed on Saturday,
"The tweet posted here seems to be written by someone very familiar with Western language, complete with sarcasm."
The final tweet sent before the Twitter account was suspended was, "Defending our Muslim lands is one of the foremost obligations after faith & defending against the aggressive enemy is our right as Muslims."
Michael Pearson. Zain Verjee and Nima Elbagir of CNN reported,
"Before its Twitter account was suspended, Al-Shabaab issued a list of nine names it said were among the attackers. It said three were from the United States, two from Somalia and one each from Canada, Finland, Kenya and the United Kingdom."
Authorities in the State Department, the article claimed, "were becoming more confident that American citizens may be involved."
Darcy pointed out that the verbiage was changed. Initially, the CNN piece cited "sources within Al-Shabaab," but that has since been removed. Five Americans were injured in the attack, which has claimed the lives of 62 innocent people.
A witness account was posted in the Daily Mail,
"Charles Karani, 41, an IT engineer, said: ‘I hid under a car with my daughters, and I saw the men line up maybe 40 people and ask them who was Muslim, and if they were to prove it by saying the name of the Prophet’s mother. Those who got it wrong were shot."
Over the weekend, another terror attack claimed the lives of 77 Christians, some were children attending Sunday school at the All Saints church in Pakistan, as reported yesterday by the Examiner. The Rev Humphrey S. Peters, Bishop of Peshawar, "appealed to the all Christian Community in Pakistan and around the world to pray for the affected families" in a statement on the Diocese website.