Over 100 people arrested after deadly rioting following the police raid were charged for being Al-Shabab members.
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Kenyan police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse Muslim youths rioting for a second day Monday in protest against a raid on a mosque used by firebrand preachers in the port city of Mombasa, a Reuters witness said.Police stormed the Mussa mosque in Majengo Sunday after a tip that Muslim youths were being radicalized there by Islamists supporting Al-Shabab, Somali militants allied with Al-Qaeda.Kenyan police said two protesters were killed Sunday but local human rights activists said five died in the clashes.In October, Muslim youths set fire to a Mombasa church after Islamist preacher Sheikh Ibrahim Omar died in a drive-by shooting some Muslims blamed on police.
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