East Africa, including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, and parts of Democratic Republic of Congo, stands as a bulwark against the advance of radical Islam from north Africa. The radical Islamist group Al-Shabaab, based in lawless Somalia on Kenya's border to the north, routinely launches terrorist attacks inside Kenya, including the 2013 massacre in Nairobi's West Lake Mall. In Uganda, the satanic Lord's Resistance Army has murdered, kidnapped, raped and plundered for decades. In Tanzania, less than 40% of the population is Christian and pastors have been killed by their Muslim neighbors. In DRC, anti-government guerilla forces control large portions of the countryside. East Africa is hungry for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.