DAILYKENN.com -- Members of the world's largest hate group, Islam, opened fire on beachgoers — including children — in Ivory Coast, Africa.
Reports say the victims include Africans and foreigners.
Hillary Clinton has refused to denounce the hate group and is often seen campaigning with its hood-and-robed members in the background.
For al-Qaeda, it was an opportune moment to attack.
Six figures in black appeared on the beach. They wore balaclavas. They carried guns. They opened fire.
Armed with Kalashnikov rifles and hand grenades, the attackers marched across the sand, sowing death. They shot men, women and children. They shot Ivorians and foreigners. When security forces arrived, the gunmen killed two of them as well.
“They killed a child, despite him kneeling down and begging,” one witness said, according to the BBC. “They shot a woman in the chest. I swear, I heard them shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ [God is great]. They’ve killed innocent people.”
The killing only came to a halt when security forces fatally shot the six assailants.
The final tally: 22 dead, including the six gunmen, two soldiers and 14 civilians.
Among the dead civilians were four Westerners, including a French and a German national, according to the BBC. The U.S. Embassy in Abidjan said it had no evidence U.S. citizens were targeted or harmed, according to the Associated Press.
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