KENYA: Now we know how the Muslim savages managed to get such a large arsenal of weapons into the Nairobi mall without being noticed

The Islamic terrorists who stormed the Westgate Mall had rented a shop inside the complex for three months, apparently in which to deliver and store a cache of guns and explosives before the attack. 

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UK Daily Mail  The current death toll is 72 and is likely to climb with uncounted bodies remaining in the wreckage of the Nairobi mall. Another 175 people were injured, including more than 60 who remain in hospital.

The Kenyan Interior Ministry said the terror group may have had control of the store for three months leading up to the siege. Law enforcement officials believe the arsenal of weapons used in the atrocity were smuggled in, which suggests they may have been kept inside the shop during that time.

Policeman rescues terrified family who were playing dead behind a partition in the mall:

The claims were made as Kenya began a forensic investigation inside the mall with the help of British counterparts to establish the identities of the victims and terrorists. There is a possibility that UK nationals may be found in both groups. Kenyan forensic experts – aided by American and Israeli specialists – are working to reconstruct what happened in the attack. 

A former diplomat with contacts inside the Kenyan government also told ABC News that intelligence services in Kenya have evidence that surveillance had been carried out on the Westgate shopping centre over the past year.

Today the terrorists said foreigners were a ‘legitimate target’ and confirmed that gunmen separated Muslims from others and let the Muslims go.

In an email exchange with The Associated Press, Al Shabaab said the jihadis ‘carried out a meticulous vetting process’ so the Muslims would not be harmed. At least 18 foreigners were killed, including six Britons, citizens from France, Canada, Trinidad, the Netherlands, Australia, Peru, India, Ghana, South Africa and China.

Kenyan journalist describes the horror inside the mall: