Muslim man dies after protecting Christian bus passengers from al-Shabaab terror attack in Kenya

Muslim shot protecting Christians on bus attacked in Kenya dies
A Kenyan man who was shot while shielding Christians from an attack by al-Shabaab militants has died of his injuries in hospital.
Salah Farah was among a group of Muslim bus passengers who refused to be separated by the al-Qaeda linked terrorists last month.
Knowing that the Christians would be massacred as soon as they were identified in a horrific pattern repeated in many recent attacks, the group told the gunmen to kill everyone or leave .The Islamists let the bus go on its way to Mandera but not before killing
two of those on board and injuring three others.Mr Farah, a father-of-five, was taken to a local hospital with bullet wounds and then flown to Nairobi for specialist treatment on Christmas Day.
Officials told The Star newspaper he died on Sunday of complications to the injuries.
Cleopa Mailu, the cabinet secretary for Kenya’s ministry of health, said doctors had done everything in their power to save his life so he could live as a “teacher of being a brother’s keeper”.
Mr Farah’s brother, Rashid, said he hoped his example would encourage Kenyans to live as one community and promote religious harmony.At the time, Mr Farah said that gunmen stopped the bus and ordered Christians and Muslims to separate.
“We asked them to kill all of us or leave us alone,” the teacher and deputy headmaster said. 
“As we argued, they shot me and the boy. One man who also came out of the bus and tried to escape to the bush was shot.”