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World View: Kenya Suffers Worst Terrorist Attack Since Westgate Mall Attack

World View: Kenya Suffers Worst Terrorist Attack Since Westgate Mall Attack

This morning’s key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com

  • Kenya suffers worst terrorist attack since Westgate Mall attack
  • Syrian warplanes strike inside Iraq
  • U.S. sending 275 troops back into Iraq to protect embassy

Kenya suffers worst terrorist attack since Westgate Mall attack

The Somalia terrorist group al-Shabaab is claiming responsibility foran “orgy of violence” on the town of Mpeketoni, on the coast of Kenyaabout 25 miles from the Indian Ocean, killing 50 people. Theterrorist attack particularly targeted a group of soccer fans who weretogether at a venue showing the World Cup matches. This was the worstterrorist attack since the three-day attack on the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi Kenya, in Septemberof last year, for which al-Shabaab also claimed responsibility. Likethe Westgate mall attack, and like last week’s attack terrorist attack on the Jinnah International Airport in Karachi, Pakistan, the attack was wellplanned and sophisticated, as al-Qaeda linked terrorist attacksgenerally exhibit greater complexity and sophistication. Standard Media (Kenya) and Reuters

Syrian warplanes strike inside Iraq

Syrian warplanes struck two separate convoys belonging to the IslamicState of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) inside of Iraq. The Syrian planesstruck on Saturday with the help of Iranian intelligence, according tosources. Apparently we’re now allies of the Syria’s president, thegenocidal monster Bashar al-Assad. Fox News

U.S. sending 275 troops back into Iraq to protect embassy

President Obama notified Congress on Monday that about 275U.S. military personnel are deploying to Iraq to provide support andsecurity for U.S. personnel and the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad. Obamaalso said the troops are equipped for combat and will remain in Iraquntil the security situation becomes such that they are no longerneeded. The White House is considering other military options, and ishaving discussions with Iran. USA Today

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