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    Christian Mother from Somalia Beaten, Raped in Kenya

    Updated: February 12, 2019 at 11:34 pm EST  See Comments

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    Christian Mother from Somalia Beaten, Raped in Kenya

    NAIROBI, Kenya, February 12, 2019 (Morning Star News) – Somali Muslims who beat and raped a Christian mother of four last month began sending threatening messages more than a year ago at a refugee camp in Kenya, she said.

    The 41-year-old Somali woman was a Muslim living in Somalia with her husband when he sent her and their four children to Kenya’s Ifo refugee camp in Dadaab, near the Somali border, in February 2016. She put her faith in Christ a year later, though it remained a secret until Somali Muslims saw her coming from church worship at Dadaab International Worship Centre in February 2018.

    “We have known that you are a Christian, and one of us saw you come out of a church on Sunday,” read one threat, sources said. “If you continue attending the church, then we shall come for your head soon.”

    She stopped attending the church services and relocated nearby.

    “But it looks like we had already being marked,” the woman (name withheld) told Morning Star News. “Soon four of my children converted to Christ, and I cut all links with my husband in Somalia.”

    When she stopped attending the church, the pastor visited the family and began praying with them in their house, an area source told Morning Star News.

    “I think the enemies of Christ might have being monitoring their movements,” the source said.
    On Jan. 2, four Muslims from Somalia

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