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Kenyan Muslims protect Christians, defying terrorists in bus attacks

A show of unity has saved the lives of a group of people on a bus in Kenya.

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The BBC reports that a group of Kenyans who were asked to identify themselves by their religion, when a group of militants boarded a bus, refused to do so.

Militants boarded a bus in a small border town and asked passengers to split themselves up in groups of either Muslim or Christian. The passengers refused and told the militants: “to kill them together or leave them alone”, a local governor told Kenyan media.

Two people were killed in the attack, but according to officials, the group left swiftly after this act of defiance.

Somali based al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the attack. It followed the same modus operandi of the attack on Garissa University College in April, where 148 people died, when the militants reportedly singled out Christians.