The Garissa Massacre which took place last Thursday at one of the Universities in the North Eastern part of Kenya has made an awakening call to more nations to join the fight against terrorists globally.
Italy is not an exception. The country has vowed to use strong military action to attack the militia groups who conduct such atrocities and further refer to Christians and any other person who is not supporting them as a Kufar.
This affirmation comes a few days after the Al Shabaab militia group purportedly from Somalia attacked students on Thursday at about 5:00am. The attackers’ first stop was at one of the rooms where students were conducting their morning worship.
Italian military has further called on other nations to strongly come out in numbers for military action in the fight against terrorism.
Gauging from the number of the al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab militants who keep staging attacks on innocent lives, the forces confirmed that a combined force against these groups would clear them all.
The call comes at a time when there is an alarming increase in the number of Islamic State militants who are pushing forward into North Africa.