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At least 39 killed, over 150 injured in Nairobi shopping mall attack

Published time: September 21, 2013 13:17
Edited time: September 21, 2013 20:58
source: http://rt.com/news/nairobi-mall-attack-fatalities-182/


A Kenyan woman is helped to safety after masked gunmen stormed an upmarket mall and sprayed gunfire on
shoppers and staff, killing at least six on September 21, 2013 in Nairobi. (AFP Photo / Simon Maina)


At least 39 people were killed and over 150 others wounded, including foreigners, after gunmen stormed an upscale mall in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi, the country’s president said.

President Uhuru Kenyatta said the attack sought to intimidate and divide the nation, but stated that the "terrorists" will be defeated, according to Reuters. The president added that he lost "very close family members" in the mall shooting, Reuters reported.

"The despicable perpetrators of this cowardly act hoped to intimidate, divide and cause despondency amongst Kenyans," Kenyatta said in a televised address to the nation. "We have overcome terrorist attacks before. We will defeat them again."

Witnesses said the attackers ordered all Muslims to leave the premises, as only non-Muslims would be targeted.

"The casualties are many, and that's only what we have on the outside. Inside there are even more casualties and shooting is still going on," Kenya Red Cross Society Secretary General Abbas Guled said.

A police officer inside the shopping center said the gunmen had barricaded themselves into the Nakumatt supermarket.

"We have reports of American citizens injured in the attack, and the US Embassy is actively reaching out to provide assistance," State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf said in a statement, Reuters reports.

Two French citizens were confirmed dead in the attack, France's presidential office stated.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague stated that there are "undoubtedly" British nationals caught up in the mall shooting.

One of the British witnesses of the attack said that she and 60 others barricaded themselves into a large storeroom.

"We kept running to different places but the shots were getting louder so we barricaded ourselves along with about 60 others into a large storeroom. There were children hiding with us as well as someone who had been shot," Hannah Chisholm told BBC. "The gunfire was loud and we were scared but at that point we thought the gunmen were thieves so we assumed they wouldn't try to reach the storeroom."

Al Jazeera International has reported that Al Shabaab, a hardline Islamist group with a stronghold in neighboring Somalia, told them that they carried out the Nairobi shooting.

Al-Shabaab had earlier threatened to strike the mall, as it is a popular destination for the city’s expatriate community.


An injured Kenyan man talks on the phone upon his arrival at the Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi, on September 21,2013
after masked attackers stormed a packed upmarket shopping mall, spraying gunfire and killing 30 people and
wounding dozens more before holing themselves up in the complex (AFP Photo / Hoss Njuguna)


At least two dozen wounded were wheeled out on stretchers and shopping carts. Many of the victims had sustained what appeared to be superficial wounds inflicted by flying debris. Others were seen walking out of the building with bloodied articles of clothing wrapped around their injuries.

"I personally touched the eyes of four people and they were dead. One of them was a child. Its carnage up there," said a former British soldier at the scene.


A policeman carry's a baby to safety after masked gunmen stormed an upmarket mall and sprayed gunfire on
shoppers and staff, killing at least six on September 21, 2013 in Nairobi. (AFP Photo / Simon Maina)


Five assailants, armed with AK-47s and grenades launched their attack on the Westgate shopping mall in the Kenyan capital around midday.

Gunmen were said to have lobbed grenades at the onset of the strike. They then proceeded to shoot indiscriminately and took several people hostage at the mall in Nairobi, a senior Kenyan government source said. Armed police arrived on the scene nearly half an hour later and could be heard shouting "get out, get out" as scores of shoppers fled the building. Smoke billowed out of the entrance, which was believed to have been caused by the grenade attack.


A woman is trolleyed into an ambulance after masked gunmen stormed an upmarket mall and sprayed gunfire on
shoppers and staff, killing at least thirteen on September 21, 2013 in Nairobi. (AFP Photo / Simon Maina)


"They don't seem like thugs, this is not a robbery incident," Yukeh Mannasseh who was on the mall's top floor when the shooting started, said. "It seems like an attack. The guards who saw them said they were shooting indiscriminately."

An AFPTV reporter said police and security guards were trying to secure a multi-screen cinema complex inside the mal where many had taken shelter.

The reporter said she saw at least 20 people rescued from a toy shop on one of the upper floors of the building.

A shop manager who managed to escape said it had appeared “the shooters had taken control of all the mall.”

One victim said that he had been shot by a man who appeared to be Somali, while others noted the gunmen were speaking in a foreign language. 

"A Somali guy shot at me. The guy who shot me was carrying a rifle, an AK-47," said  Saptal Singh, who was in a cafe in the top floor of the mall.

Somalia’s al Shabaab militant group said Saturday that it is contact with what it called “Mujahideen” gunmen who had attacked the shopping mall. They added that they would not be negotiating with the Mujahideen in the shopping center.

"The Kenyan govt is pleading with our Mujahideen inside the mall for negotiations. There will be no negotiations whatsoever at the Westgate (the mall where the attack took place)," the al Shabaab militant group said on its official Twitter account.

The al-Qaeda linked militant group said that the attack was in revenge for crimes committed by Kenyan soldiers in Somalia. Troops from Kenya and other African nations are serving as peacekeepers in war torn Somalia to the north.


Customers run following a shootout between unidentified armed men and the police at the Westgate shopping
mall in Nairobi September 21, 2013. (Reuters / Thomas Mukoya)


Police are currently engaged in an ongoing shop-by-shop sweep of the complex. "They have seven hostages, confirmed," an officer told AFP. Kenyan soldiers were also deployed to take part in the operation to bring the shopping complex back under control.

Police helicopters circled over the building as sporadic gunfire could be heard more than two hours after the attack was launched. Police cordoned off the roads surrounding the mall in central Nairobi's Westlands neighborhood.

The Kenyan president’s office has announced that one of the gunmen arrested by police in the Nairobi shopping mall has died from gunshot wounds.


An image grab taken from AFP TV shows Kenyan security forces taking position inside a shopping mall following an
attack by masked gunmen in Nairobi on September 21, 2013 (AFP Photo / AFPTV)



An image grab taken from AFP TV shows a Kenyan woman coming out of an air vent where she was hiding during
an attack by masked gunmen at a shopping mall in Nairobi on September 21, 2013 (AFP Photo / AFPTV)
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- At least 39 killed, over 150 injured in Nairobi shopping mall attack
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2013, 09:54:32 PM »
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...The shopping center includes a number of Israeli-owned businesses, though it was not immediately clear if these had been targeted specifically. At least four Israeli nationals escaped the assault, one with light wounds.

"As of now, this appears to be an internal Kenyan incident, that is, a terrorist attack but not one that specifically targeted Israelis," an Israeli Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said....

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/09/21/us-kenya-attack-idUSBRE98K03V20130921

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...Witnesses told local and national news media that the gunman asked Muslims to leave before opening fire. Kenya is 83% Christian with a sizable Muslim community — about 11% of its 44 million people....

A local organization was hosting a party for children at the Israeli-owned Westgate mall on Saturday....

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/09/21/witness-kenya-mall-attackers-target-non-muslims/2846319/

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...The mall, called Westgate, is a symbol of Kenya’s rising prosperity, an impressive five-story building where Kenyans can buy expensive cups of frozen yogurt and plates of sushi. On Saturdays, it is especially crowded, and American officials have long warned that Nairobi’s malls were ripe targets for terrorists, especially Westgate, because a cafe on the ground floor, right off the street, is owned by Israelis.

Fred Ngoga Gateretse, an official with the African Union, was having coffee at that cafe around noon when he heard two deafening blasts. He cowered on the floor and watched eight gunmen with scarves twisted over their faces firing at shoppers and then up at Kenyan police officers who were shooting down from a balcony as panicked shoppers dashed for cover. “Believe me, these guys were good shooters,” Mr. Gateretse said. “You could tell they were trained.” ....

...Ilana Stein, a spokeswoman for Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said the attack took place near the ArtCaffe, an Israeli-owned coffee shop and bakery popular with foreigners that is one of 80 businesses in the mall. Ms. Stein said that one Israeli had been lightly injured, that three others had escaped unharmed and that Israelis had not been specifically targeted. “This time, the story is not about Israel,” Ms. Stein said. ....

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/22/world/africa/nairobi-mall-shooting.html?hp

Make of all of that what you will. What I want to know is, did this mall have any of those goddamned harassing Israeli kiosk operators that hawk overpriced bath products and toys (you know, the ones that used to send Brendon over the edge, and quite frankly annoy the hell out of me as well)? THOSE are the folks I'd like to see picked off.
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Israeli forces enter Nairobi mall: Kenyan security officials
« Reply #2 on: September 22, 2013, 08:24:26 AM »
Israeli forces enter Nairobi mall: Kenyan security officials

Sun Sep 22, 2013 12:7PM GMT
source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/09/22/325379/israeli-forces-enter-nairobi-mall/



A Kenyan security official says Israeli forces have entered a shopping mall in the capital, Nairobi, where Somali militants have already killed dozens of people and an unknown number of hostages are still being held.

Local security officials say the Israeli forces have joined Kenyans to end the deadly mall siege on Sunday. The Kenyan troops backed by Israeli forces are now battling against gunmen holding dozens of people hostage inside the shopping mall for the second day.

"The Israelis have just entered and they are rescuing the hostages and the injured," media outlets quoted an unnamed senior Kenyan security source as saying.

Kenyan military spokesman noted that a large number of well-equipped forces are fighting the assailants that attacked the mall, killing nearly 60 people and injuring some 200 more.

"We are still battling with the attackers and our forces have managed to maroon the attackers on one of the floors," said Colonel Cyrus Oguna, adding, "We hope to bring this to an end today."

There are reports of sporadic gunfire inside the mall as Kenyan forces try to kill or capture the remaining 10 to 15 gunmen who are holding about 70 people hostage.

The carnage on Saturday started when gunmen stormed the Westgate Mall in an upscale neighborhood, throwing hand grenades and indiscriminately firing at people.

Somalia’s al-Shabab fighters have claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it was in retaliation for Kenya’s military intervention in Somalia.

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta says he has lost family members in the deadly attack. He also vowed to bring perpetrators and attackers to justice for targeting innocent civilians

"Let me make it clear. We shall hunt down the perpetrators wherever they run to. We shall get them. We shall punish them for this heinous crime,” Kenyatta said in a televised address to the nation late Saturday.

The attack was the worst in Nairobi since an al-Qaeda bombing at the US Embassy killed over 200 people in 1998.
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Three British nationals confirmed dead in Nairobi attack
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2013, 08:27:07 AM »
Three British nationals confirmed dead in Nairobi attack

Sun Sep 22, 2013 2:13PM GMT
source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/09/22/325386/nairobi-attack-3-brits-confirmed-dead/


Three British nationals are confirmed dead in the attack on a mall in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
 
Britain’s Foreign Office confirms at least three British nationals have died in the attack on a mall in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.

British officials raised concerns over the number of Britons killed in the attack and said the death toll is likely to rise “as further information becomes available”.

Dozens of men armed with guns and grenades attacked the Westgate Mall in Nairobi on Saturday and targeted people indiscriminately, killing 59 people and injuring 175 others.

According to media reports the Somali-based al-Shabaab terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

The Foreign Office said the next of kin of the dead Britons have been informed.

British Prime Minister David Cameron described the terror attack "an absolutely sickening and despicable attack of appalling brutality" and said the British government is sending a rapid deployment team to Nairobi in the aftermath of the attack.

"Three British nationals have been killed. The situation is ongoing, we should prepare ourselves for further bad news,” he added.

Kenyan interior minister said that between 10 and 15 attackers remain inside the mall with hostages nearly 24 hours after the attack was launched.

According to reports, British Foreign Secretary William Hague will chair an emergency Cobra committee meeting over Kenyan hostage crisis.

Hague condemned the attack earlier as "callous and cowardly and brutal", saying “there are undoubtedly British nationals caught up in this”.
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Report: US military to hit targets in Kenya, other African states
« Reply #4 on: September 22, 2013, 04:43:47 PM »
Report: US military to hit targets in Kenya, other African states

Sun Sep 22, 2013 11:21PM GMT
source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/09/22/325470/us-military-to-hit-targets-in-kenya/



The United States is reportedly preparing a list of targets for possible military strikes in Kenya and some other African countries.

Former US general Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter Chiarelli said the strikes are aimed at targeting militants involved in Sunday's deadly attack on a shopping mall in the Kenyan capital city of Nairobi.

Somalia’s Al-Shabab fighters have reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack, saying it is in retaliation for Kenya’s military actions inside Somalia.

"They're developing targets . . . and refining target lists, trying to fill in any gaps that we possibly have," the former four-star general said during an interview with ABC's This Week on Sunday.

"Intelligence has been gathered and will continue to be gathered to fill in any holes that we have about what happened in this particular attack and what could happen in the future," Gen. Chiarelli added.

Chiarelli described the situation “very chaotic” and added that US military officials are "doing all of the kinds of things that you would do to gain information in."

He, however, refused to elaborate how and with what means the US forces or their allies will target the group’s hideouts in Kenya.

This as Kenyan security sources in Nairobi revealed that Israel has sent its special forces to Kenya to fight with the militants at Nairobi’s Westgate shopping mall, according to an AFP report.

The report added that Israeli Commandoes were airlifted to the east African country just after the start of the attack.

RW - Will this action be run by congress? Kenya must be very important to Israel. Could the discovery of water in Kenya be the reason?

Massive water find in drought-stricken Kenya
The discovery of 200 billion cubic metres of freshwater raises questions as to who will control it.

Miriam Gathigah Last Modified: 15 Sep 2013 11:13
source: http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2013/09/2013915104042357942.html


Kenya is a chronically water-scarce country with 17 million people lacking access to safe water [GALLO/GETTY]

Nairobi, Kenya - For decades Zakayo Ekeno has walked Turkana County's arid land, herding his livestock, and his father's before that. Yet nothing about the persistently drought-stricken land in northern Kenya could have given him an indication of the wealth beneath it.

"I have asked myself many times whether anything good can come out of this godforsaken land," Ekeno says. Turkana is the most arid and poorest of Kenya's 47 counties and in 2011 almost 9.5 million people of the mainly nomad community here were affected by severe drought.

So few people could have even dreamt that beneath the sun-scorched, cracked earth was enough water to supply this entire country of 41.6 million people for 70 years.

Last Wednesday, the government and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)announced the discovery of an estimated 200 billion cubic metres of freshwater reserves in Turkana County's Lotikipi basin.

"Every year our livestock die from lack of water and pasture. We also live in fear of cattle rustlers who steal our animals to replace what they lost. I have been injured during these raids. The water is a solution to this conflict," Ekeno says.

Until now, the UN has categorised Kenya as a chronically water-scarce country, and UNESCO statistics show that 17 million people here lack access to safe water. Kenya currently uses about three billion cubic metres of water a year.

While the discovery has been met with excitement, water and environment experts such as scientist Judith Gicharu caution that this East African government has little capacity or legislation to manage this water sustainably.

"We have the Water Act of 2002 and the Environment Management and Coordination Act of 1999. But they provide no significant policy framework in regard to the management of underground water," Gicharu says.

Provisions exist within broader policy frameworks, but do not deal specifically with land use and groundwater management, she says, adding decision-making in groundwater management is "often not based on any solid regulations".

"But even where groundwater provisions exist, they are rarely acted upon. Implementation of whatever provisions exist has been compromised by an overlap of duties amongst various government agencies dealing with water and the environment," Gicharu says.

In Kenya, all water resources belong to the state, and government agencies have to approve and issue permits for water use. But according to a 2011 World Bank report titled "Kenya - Groundwater governance case study", there is a limited understanding "of the land surface groundwater linkage among professionals in the relevant sectors, and as a consequence there is no strategic awareness of the need to protect groundwater resources".

Ikal Ang'elei from Friends of Lake Turkana, a community environmental association, cautions that in the absence of a strong legislative framework that could guide "how resources are to be exploited and who benefits from them, and in what ways, this natural wealth may not improve the country's fortunes in any significant way".

"It's still early in the day and yet the Turkana are missing from the water dialogue. The government is already talking about supplying the entire country with the ‘new' water, but how much of it will go to the Turkana people?" she asks.

The water discovery is the second major natural resource find in Turkana County. In March 2012, oil exploration company Tullow Oil announced the discovery of millions of barrels of oil in Turkana County's Lokichar basin.

"We cannot take the same direction that the oil dialogue has taken. Since the oil in Turkana was discovered, investors have only been interested in finding out when the oil will start flowing. They are not talking about the benefits to the community," Ang'elei says.


Northern Kenya faces extreme drought regularly [GALLO/GETTY]

Economist Arthur Kimani agrees. "The government needs to help the community understand that beyond drinking the discovered water, money can also come out of this resource by, for instance, using the water to grow cash crops."

An official in the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources says the community will soon be receiving the new-found resource.

"In fact, the Turkana people will get water in the next two weeks. We are also engaging the private sector for partnerships that are economically viable to the community."

Samuel Kimeu, executive director of Transparency International, Kenya, says transparency in the management of natural resources is needed in the entire extraction chain. He says not doing so compromises "the terms of the licenses against the public interest, thus swindling the public of possible revenue".

Kimeu insists that government involvement is key to managing the groundwater supply. He adds that there needs to be public participation in agreeing how this will be done.

"Many companies tend to work with a small clique of well-connected people to come up with an opaque system of declaring the outputs of what has been extracted and revenues," Kimeu says.

"The formulas of sharing revenue should be openly agreed upon to create the opportunity for public participation and discourage public officials from seeking personal benefits at the expense of the public, particularly the immediate community living in areas where the natural resources have been found."

A version of this story first appeared on Inter Press Service News Agency
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- At least 39 killed, over 150 injured in Nairobi shopping mall attack
« Reply #5 on: September 22, 2013, 04:51:27 PM »
I was wondering when they were going to get around to this. At least people won't think the leader of this humanitarian bombings is a white imperialist set out to conquer Africa for Jewish Mall owners.
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- At least 39 killed, over 150 injured in Nairobi shopping mall attack
« Reply #6 on: September 23, 2013, 12:24:52 AM »
The average Kenyan must know this was a total Jew operation. Just so much Jew diamond business and commerce they just have shut up and eat the periodic terror blasts and gun fire.

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- At least 39 killed, over 150 injured in Nairobi shopping mall attack
« Reply #7 on: September 23, 2013, 02:54:23 AM »
The average Kenyan must know this was a total Jew operation. Just so much Jew diamond business and commerce they just have shut up and eat the periodic terror blasts and gun fire.

Jew false flags have become public knowledge in most of the world. The Jew's attempted Syria takeover has opened-up a big can of worms. It won't be long now before captured mercs make public confessions of Israel's involvement, on Russian and Chinese TV, in exchange for freedom.


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Assad: Terrorists may attack chemical weapons inspectors, blame Damascus
Published time: September 23, 2013 06:15


Syrian armed opposition may be ordered by its foreign sponsors to stage a false flag operation against foreign inspectors when they arrive in the country to monitor destruction of the country’s chemical weapons stockpile, says the Syrian president.

Bashar Assad voiced his concerns in an interview by China's state television CCTV in Damascus. The Syrian leader proposed this possible scenario as he was explaining how his government may be accused of trying to dodge its obligations to destroy its chemical arsenal.

“We know that these terrorists are obeying the orders of other countries and these countries do drive these terrorists to commit acts that could get the Syrian government blamed for hindering this agreement,” he explained.

Russia brokered an agreement with Syria to dispose of its stockpile of chemical weapons amid US threats to use military force against Syrian army over alleged use of sarin gas, which killed an estimated 1,400 people in August.

more...

http://rt.com/news/assad-interview-inspector-provocation-215/
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- At least 39 killed, over 150 injured in Nairobi shopping mall attack
« Reply #8 on: September 23, 2013, 06:53:44 AM »
Americans involved in Kenya deadly attack: CNN

Mon Sep 23, 2013 1:37PM GMT
source: http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/09/23/325558/americans-involved-in-kenya-attack/


Civilians flee from the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013.

Three of the gunmen behind a deadly attack on a shopping center in Nairobi, Kenya, are from the United States, sources within the group that orchestrated the attack told CNN on Sunday.

CNN reported that the American-linked militants from al-Shabab, the Somali-based militant group with ties to al-Qaeda, were among the terrorists who carried out the attack on Sunday which killed at least 68 people.

Two of the American citizens are reportedly from Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and the other is from Kansas City, Missouri.

Minneapolis has a large Somali community with a history of recruitment efforts by al-Shabab as well as al-Qaeda, according to News Max.

Peter King, a Republican member of the US House Homeland Security Committee, said Sunday that al-Shabab militants have recruited up to 50 people from Somali American communities inside the US.

King said the FBI is on alert for any possible plans for follow-up attacks on targets in America.

The FBI has not confirmed that Americans were involved in the attack but it is investigating the claim.

A senior State Department official told CNN that authorities were looking into the matter to determine whether any of the attackers were from the United States.

Meanwhile, American forces in Africa are reportedly drafting target lists for possible strikes against militant groups in Kenya and elsewhere in the continent.

"They're developing targets . . . and refining target lists,” former Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Peter Chiarelli said during an interview with ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday.

"Intelligence has been gathered and will continue to be gathered to fill in any holes that we have about what happened in this particular attack and what could happen in the future," Gen. Chiarelli added.

US military and intelligence officials are still having significant difficulty gaining any insight into al-Shabab and the Nigerian-based militant group Boko Haram, according to The Hill, a congressional newspaper.

RW - I haven't said much since initial reports on these so-called terrorist attacks are mostly confusion and then followed by a shaping of events that becomes universal across the MSM at which point we can start drawing conclusions. This looks like it's shaping up as false-flag operation to insert Israel, supported by the USG, into Kenya for greater gains yet to come.
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