Africa in 2014: a year of triumph and tragedy

Militants divide Kenya miners by religion, then begin killing

Kenya bans new churches amid ‘miracle-faking spree’

Who’s behind the program to sterilize Kenyan women without their consent?

After kidnapping schoolgirls, Boko Haram takes aim at churches in northeast Nigeria

What does Kenya’s wave of anti-Christian violence mean?

‘My husband told them we were Christians and they shot him in the head and chest;’ 48 Kenyans killed in terrorist attacks

Kenya president signs polygamy bill into law

Kenyan Christian leaders oppose polygamy bill

Two Pastors Killed in Kenya’s Coastal Area

African States Not Quitting ICC, Just Undermining From Within

Kenya: Polygamy and Polyandry

Horrific accounts of torture in Kenya mall attack

Catholic church in Kenya attacked; Al Shabaab suspected

Kenya: Gunman executed non-Muslims – after asking them to name Prophet Mohammed’s mother

Latest on Kenyan Mall Shooting

Kenya Moves To Leave International Court – It has Only Indicted Africans

“Kenya: Gay Rights Activists Threaten to Sue AG and NGO Board”

Kenyan Men Panic Over Rights for Women in Marriage Bill | AllAfrica (Reuters)

“Video: Kenyan deputy president strongly rebuffs Obama on gay ‘marriage’: ‘We believe in God’”

Kenyan churches successfully lobby to remove a U.S.-funded ad they say encourages adultery | World Magazine

    World Magazine: In the spot, broadcast over major channels in the East African nation during commercial breaks until it was pulled in March, two Kenyan women walk to a market and linger over vegetables, talking about their families. One complains that she is tired of putting up with her alcoholic husband who does not satisfy her sexually. She confesses she has a lover on the side, who even has a name in the ad, Mbugua. Her friend advises her to always use condoms with Mbugua—leading to the campaign slogan “Weka Condom Mpangoni” or “include a condom in your planning” in Swahili.


  • Posted: 05/09/2013
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.worldmag.com

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Kenya: Media Monitoring Comittee Warns Against Hate Speech

State Dept. Should Designate Boko Haram a “Foreign Terrorist Organization” | Ben Bull at Townhall

Kenya: The Marriage Bill

U.S. urged to designate Boko Haram as terrorist group | Alliance Defending Freedom

Kenya: Homeschool Movement Ignored by Parliament

Religious violence feared after bus bombing in Kenya (+video)

Kenyan Court Upholds High School’s Ban on Hijabs

Obama family busted in Shariah scheme: Foundation funding training for Kenyan Saudi-style government

Kenya: Doctors Strike Over Poor Health Care

Two women die from botched abortions in Kenya

    LifeSiteNews: A woman studying to be a teacher, who had attempted to abort her child through a chemical abortion, died in the city of Embu North, the capital of Kenya’s Eastern Province. AllAfrica.com reports her fellow students at St. Mark Teachers Training College discovered her “gasping and groaning in pain.” At the same time, a prominent businesswoman died in the eastern part of the country. Judith Amoit, the 31-year-old owner of a hotel in Teso South, died from the after-effects of an abortion last Wednesday.


  • Posted: 09/24/2012
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.lifesitenews.com

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HIV-positive Kenyan women plan to sue over sterilisation

Frustrated by lack of protection, Kenyan churches sue government

5 churches attacked in Kenya

Riots In Mombasa After Killing Of Muslim Cleric

Kenya’s bishops decry international push for contraception

Kenyan Muslims, Christians vow to prevent violence

Kenya: “Under the law, homosexuality remains a disgusting crime, not a human right”

Two killed in grenade attack on Christian meeting in Kenya

Kenya Students Taught How to Combat Pro-Abortion Agenda

Obama’s Illegal Funding of Abortion Promotion Needs Scrutiny

Probe: Obama Admin Broke Law to Push Abortion in Kenya

Kenyan church attacked, 2 killed

Kenya Pro-Life Advocates Protest Pro-Abortion Medical Event

2 justices sworn in to Kenya’s first Supreme Court

“Video: Pro-gay Kenyan senior legal appointees reach last hurdle”

Kenyan Christians raise alarm over judicial nominees

Muslim-on-Christian violence expands in Africa

Kenyan Seventh Day Adventist University Students Protest Saturday Exams

Kenya: Counselors raise alarm over youth addiction to pornography

Kenya: “Polygamy is one thing, marrying sisters is another”

Kenya: Christian colleges use discriminatory criteria (acc. to new Constitution) in admitting new students

Kenya: Obama’s half brother marries third wife, a teenager

Congressman wants probe of Obama’s illegal abortion push in Kenya

Kenyan polygamist dies, leaving 100 widows

Kenya: “Churches want Murugi sacked over gay remarks”

Report tries to clear Obama Admin on promoting pro-abortion Kenya Constitution

Obama Administration clears itself on illegally lobbying for abortion in Kenya

Barack Obama’s image in Kenya tarnished by abortion battle

Kenya gives Obama abortion, Islamic courts

Kenya: Clergy accept defeat but push for amendment

Pro-abortion Constitution passes in Kenya, opponents seek amendments

Kenya passes new Constitution despite opposition from churches

Obama’s abortion imperialism

Muslim court clause brings spotlight in Kenya vote

GOP lawmaker: WH illegally funding Kenya abortion

Pro-life leaders worldwide sign petition against pro-abortion Kenya Constitution

More than 170 leaders from 21 countries sign World Congress of Families Kenya pro-life petition

Obama has spent $23 million backing pro-abortion Kenya Constitution

U.S Embassy in Kenya Denies Obama Admin Funding Pro-Abortion Constitution

Kenyan court “has power to hear constitutional suit”

    KBC: “The Interim Independent Dispute Resolution court on Thursday ruled that it has jurisdiction to hear any matter that touches on the proposed constitution. The Committee of Experts, Attorney General and the Interim Independent Electoral Commission had sought to have a case seeking to have the referendum postponed dismissed arguing that the court had no power to hear the suit.”


  • Posted: 07/08/2010
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  • Category: Global: Bench and Bar
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  • Source: www.kbc.co.ke

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The battle over Kenya’s new constitution

    Time: “Much of the debate has focused on church groups’ opposition to two things. One is the Muslim courts that rule in matters of marriage, divorce and inheritance for believers. They are also enshrined in both the current constitution and the new draft, leading to opposition from Christian church groups playing on the fears of greater Muslim dominance in Kenya. The other hot issue is that the new version of the constitution explicitly states that abortion is legal in cases where the life of the mother is endangered, a proviso that currently exists only in the country’s legal code. Church groups fear the clause could open the door to wider abortions. They have been encouraged by some American Evangelical groups, including the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), an antiabortion group founded by Pat Robertson.”


  • Posted: 06/29/2010
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  • Category: Global: Sanctity of Life
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  • Source: www.time.com

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Biden Promises Kenya ‘Money to Flow’ if Pro-Abort Constitution Passes

Kenyan churches blame gov’t for blasts at rally

Kenya’s draft constitution under fire for Islamic courts