Tameka Raymond, the ex-wife of singer Usher Raymond, is urging her Twitter.com followers to learn the Koran in the aftermath of the al-Shabab massacre of 148 Christian students at a University in Kenya.
The Associated Press identified Somalia's Islamic extremist group al-Shabab as the group behind the massacre at Garissa University College in Kenya on Thursday.
4 gunmen entered the University and began slaughtering students who either couldn't answer or hesitated to answer the gunmen's questions about the Koran. Christians were executed on the spot.
The 4 gunmen were killed by Kenyan forces who first put the bodies on display at a morgue, then paraded the bodies through town on Saturday to assure the people that they were dead.
HBO's documentary film "Terror At the Mall," which aired on CNN on Friday, featured interviews with some of the 175 survivors of Kenya's Westgate Mall shootings in 2013.
In a tweet to her 157,000 Twitter followers, Tameka wrote, "Watching @CNN 'Terror At the Mall" this is poignant & scary. I advise everyone to learn at least some of the Koran. That was the test? Yikes."
As with the massacre of Christians at the Kenyan University, the victims of the mall shooting were asked to recite the Koran to test their knowledge of Islam and to determine if they were Muslim or Christians.
The FBI has said they are monitoring Islamic extremists who are affiliated with ISIS in every state in the U.S., including Georgia.