- Survivors said they saw fellow shoppers mercilessly executed after being singled out as non-Muslim
- Shoppers said people were lined up and gunned down for failing to recite passages from the Koran
- At least 68 people killed in attack - including three Britons - at Westgate shopping centre
- Somalian terrorist group al-Shabaab - which has links to Al Qaeda - claims responsibility for attack on Saturday
Some barricaded themselves in storerooms, while others hid in boxes or even played dead.All were fleeing the bloody massacre unfolding around them as they saw terrified fellow shoppers mercilessly executed after being singled out as non-Muslim.
Men, women and children were lined up and then gunned down with AK-47s after failing to name the Prophet Mohammed’s mother or recite passages from the Koran – sure-fire proof they were ‘kafirs’, or non-believers.
Others fled and sought refuge in shops, bank vaults and store rooms as grenades exploded and bullets fired around them.
The fortunate ones managed to emerge blood-splattered and terrified, with the wounded pushed out in shopping trolleys.
Hannah Chisholm, 21, from Haslemere, Surrey, described the terror and confusion at the Westgate Mall, which she was visiting while on holiday.
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