Kenyans hon­our man who shielded Chris­tians

Mus­lim man fa­tally wounded in at­tack

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - WORLD - THE AS­SO­CI­ATED PRESS BE­JING

Kenyans are do­nat­ing to the fam­ily of a Mus­lim man who was fa­tally wounded by Is­lamic ex­trem­ists while shield­ing Chris­tians dur­ing an at­tack on a bus.

On Twit­ter the hash­tag HeroSalah has been trend­ing as some Kenyans fundraise for the fam­ily of Salah Farah, who died Sun­day in a Nairobi hos­pi­tal. On Tues­day, his body was flown to the north­east­ern town of Man­dera for burial.

“Salah’s chil­dren and widow ap­pre­ci­ate your sup­port but that’s not enough, his chil­dren need to go to school. Walk the talk,” Mo­hamud Ab­bas said on Twit­ter.

Ann McCreath wrote: “Im­por­tant to sup­port this #HeroSalah is a sym­bol of the Kenya we want.”

“Kenyan po­lice chief Joseph Boin­net said: ‘’He was a true hero. He died while pro­tect­ing in­no­cent Kenyans from ter­ror­ists.”

Farah, who was a teacher in the coastal town of Malindi, was among pas­sen­gers on a bus from Man­dera to Nairobi in De­cem­ber when they were at­tacked by alShabab gun­men.

When they were or­dered to sep­a­rate ac­cord­ing to re­li­gion, he was among the Mus­lims who re­fused, to pro­tect the Chris­tians. He was shot in the hip. TO BE SOLD by pub­lic auc­tion in front of the Sir Louis Henry Davies Law Courts Build­ing, 42 Wa­ter Street, Char­lot­te­town, Prince Ed­ward Is­land, on Tues­day, the 9th day of Fe­bru­ary, 2016, at the hour of 1:00 o’clock pm, all and sin­gu­lar the fol­low­ing, that is to say: ALL THAT PAR­CEL of land si­t­u­ate, ly­ing and be­ing in Strat­ford, Queens County, Prov­ince of Prince Ed­ward Is­land and be­ing Pro­vin­cial Prop­erty Num­ber 1801554. A more com­plete le­gal de­scrip­tion may be ob­tained from the So­lic­i­tor for the Mort­gagee named below. The above sale is made un­der and by virtue of and pur­suant to the pow­ers con­tained in a Mort­gage dated Au­gust 13, 2008 and reg­is­tered at the Of­fice of the Reg­is­trar of Deeds for Queens County on Au­gust 19, 2008, in Book 5212, as Doc­u­ment Num­ber 6467 which said Mort­gage was made by Meme Corp. to Sco­tia Mort­gage Cor­po­ra­tion. And be­cause of de­fault hav­ing been made in pay­ment of prin­ci­pal, in­ter­est and in­stal­ments se­cured thereby and de­fault oth­er­wise un­der the pro­vi­sions of the said Mort­gage. TO BE SOLD by pub­lic auc­tion in front of the Sir Louis Henry Davies Law Courts Build­ing, 42 Wa­ter Street, Char­lot­te­town, Prince Ed­ward Is­land, on Tues­day, the 16th day of Fe­bru­ary, 2016, at the hour of 12:30 o’clock pm, all and sin­gu­lar the fol­low­ing, that is to say: ALL THAT PAR­CEL of land si­t­u­ate, ly­ing and be­ing in Pleas­ant Grove, Queens County, Prov­ince of Prince Ed­ward Is­land and be­ing Pro­vin­cial Prop­erty Num­ber 930826. A more com­plete le­gal de­scrip­tion may be ob­tained from the So­lic­i­tor for the Mort­gagee named below. The above sale is made un­der and by virtue of and pur­suant to the pow­ers con­tained in a Mort­gage dated Fe­bru­ary 1, 2005 and reg­is­tered at the Of­fice of the Reg­is­trar of Deeds for Queens County on Fe­bru­ary 7, 2005, in Book 5021, as Doc­u­ment Num­ber 839 which said Mort­gage was made by Stephen Leo Doyle and Kim­berly Anne McQuaid to the Bank of Nova Sco­tia. And be­cause of de­fault hav­ing been made in pay­ment of prin­ci­pal, in­ter­est and in­stal­ments se­cured thereby and de­fault oth­er­wise un­der the pro­vi­sions of the said Mort­gage.

TO BE SOLD by pub­lic auc­tion in front of the Sir Louis Henry Davies Law Courts Build­ing, 42 Wa­ter Street, Char­lot­te­town, Prince Ed­ward Is­land, on Tues­day, the 16th day of Fe­bru­ary, 2016, at the hour of 12:15 o’clock pm, all and sin­gu­lar the fol­low­ing, that is to say: ALL THAT PAR­CEL of land si­t­u­ate, ly­ing and be­ing in May­field, Queens County, Prov­ince of Prince Ed­ward Is­land and be­ing Pro­vin­cial Prop­erty Num­ber 616243. A more com­plete le­gal de­scrip­tion may be ob­tained from the So­lic­i­tor for the Mort­gagee named below.

The above sale is made un­der and by virtue of and pur­suant to the pow­ers con­tained in a Mort­gage dated July 15, 2008 and reg­is­tered at the Of­fice of the Reg­is­trar of Deeds for Queens County on July 23, 2008, in Book 5208, as Doc­u­ment Num­ber 5680 which said Mort­gage was made by Al­bert Per­ras and Sharon Per­ras to The Toronto-Do­min­ion Bank.

And be­cause of de­fault hav­ing been made in pay­ment of prin­ci­pal, in­ter­est and in­stal­ments se­cured thereby and de­fault oth­er­wise un­der the pro­vi­sions of the said Mort­gage.

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