The history of Islam in Kenya

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Media Equates Islam With Violence, Muslims Say
By Philip Ngunjiri, IPS, 21 August 1998. Kenya's Muslim community has become the target of a hostile media campaign following the August 7 bombings in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam, according to the Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims (SUPKEM).
Ruling On Muslim Charities Averts A Major Strike
By Judith Achieng', IPS, 18 September 1998. Kenyan Muslims have called off a nationwide strike to protest last week's banning of five Islamic non-governmental organizations (NGOs) for allegedly supporting terrorism. The marginalisation of Muslims is not accidental, but deliberate.
A Sure Formula for Strife: Alleged suggestions for the creation of a Muslim jimbo at the Coast raises tension along religious lines
The Weekly Review, 12 February 1999. A meeting of Muslim scholars and clergy in Mombasa recommended that in future only Muslim public administrators should be posted to Coast Province and called for the creation of an Islamic jimbo or state where Sharia laws would prevail. Coast Province last year experienced one of worst incidents of violence, mostly against up-country ethnic communities.
Muslims Threaten New Demo in Mombasa
By Ngumbao Kithi, The Nation (Nairobi), 29 June 2001. The Makadara Grounds allocated to the faithful for public car park and a recreational park during Islamic festivities is sub-divided and given out to politically correct individuals for construction.