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sure like its police chief will resign and security forces looking for one hundred and forty people suspected to have links to Islamic state that's according to the country's president who came out swinging on Friday five days after the suicide attacks on churches and hotels that have killed over two hundred and fifty people the president's claims that security officials kept him in the dock by not sharing intelligence reports from so called friendly nations warning sure langkah was a target for extremists on Thursday you're saying a cold for political unity in the wake of the attacks are optional not shocked the one I request from all of you we all get together and work together to strengthen the military to bring the normalcy to people's lives but on Friday he blames the government of the country's prime minister a political rival for focusing on prosecuting intelligence officials after the country's civil war and weakening national security in the process unsure like its streets the security is now very visible the military says nearly ten thousand soldiers have been deployed across the country to carry out searches and provide security for religious intense fear of retaliation across sectarian lines has led the country's top Islamic religious body to urge Muslims not to attend Friday prayers at mosques saying they should pray at home to quote protect family and property a Christian leader also appealed to priests not to conduct mass at churches but now in the gunboat Muslim communities have already fled their homes and the bones kids and threats of more violence , so a week I'd say it is still the US if security forces being focusing their investigations on international links to to domestic Islamist groups who they believe carried out the attacks