Muslim leaders have appealed for calm in Eastleigh as violence continued for the second day. They also condemned the Sunday blast that killed at least 10 people, terming it Un Islamic. The leaders say the criminals responsible for the blast want to create tension between religions and ethnic communities and they should not be allowed to succeed .
The Star (Nairobi)
Kenya: Muslim Leaders Appeal for Calm in EastleighBy Najma Ishmael, 20 November 2012
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