Supporters of Obama’s jihadi cousin Raila Odinga riot in Kenya after election loss

by 1389 on April 1, 2013

in 1389 (blog admin), Africa, Kenya, mob violence, Shari'a, Sheik yer'Mami

Sheik has the story:

Kenya: Odinga supporters reacting angrily to his loss, taking to the streets and engaging the police in running battles

Africa Jihad

Odinga is a Marxist who made a pact with a hard-line Islamic group in Kenya to establish Shariah courts throughout the country.

Flashback:  Obama Supports His Muslim Brother Odinga

When Obama was still a senator, he traveled to Kenya with suitcases full of money to assist Odinga in his jihad.  But even with Obama’s help Odinga  lost the  election. He  then staged a very bloody FAILED coup  that killed about 4000 people. He is in a power share  only  because his “brother” Obama’s financed corruption & brutality:

YouTube: Obama and Odinga campaign in Kenya

More Flashback:

No jihad without Obama’s dirty fingers in it:

A year after Obama spent $24 million to assist in changing the Kenya constitution to a sharia-compliant one, non-Muslims are facing increased brutal and bloody jihad from the ghazis. Obama campaigned for, as far back as 2006, and  $upported pro-Islamic Raila Odinga in Kenya, and the sharia-compliant constitution was the poisonous fruit of that dangerous liaison. Obama praised Kenya for approving the controversial new constitution that partially implemented Sharia law within Kenya’s borders.

It will be interesting to see how Obama handles the Islamic war against his native homeland after helping to establish sharia courts in Kenya.  (Pamela Geller has more)

Kenya deploys forces to check violence

Extra security measures come after two killed in protests against court ruling that upheld presidential polls.

Odinga supporters reacted angrily to his loss, taking to the streets and engaging the police in running battles. (Al Jizz)

Raila Odinga accepts the Supreme Court’s decision with obvious reluctance

Published on Mar 30, 2013 by standardgroupkenya

A few hours after that ruling by the supreme court, prime minister Raila Odinga who was the fifth petitioner in this case called a press briefing in which he accepted the decision of the court. Raila made it clear that his decision to challenge the results of the election was a reflection of his faith in the judiciary and that he did not harbor any personal grudge against anyone. Raila pledged to abide by the court’s decision saying not accepting the ruling will make it difficult for the country to move on. He wished president elect Uhuru Kenyatta and his team well.

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Violence and looting in Mathare area after supreme court ruling

Published on Mar 31, 2013 by standardgroupkenya
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Violence and looting in Mathare area after supreme court ruling

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