The State Department has released the Kenya 2014 International Religious Freedom Report. According to the Kenyan government, Kenya is about 82 percent Christian and 11 percent Muslim. There are also small minorities of Hindus, Sikhs, and Bahais.
Religious tensions were high in some areas of the country, usually following attacks by the Somali-based terrorist group al-Shabaab. Some Muslims, especially ethnic Somalis, stated their communities were the target of government-directed extrajudicial killings, arbitrary arrest and detention, and deportation, charges the government denied. Muslim leaders and human rights organizations stated "Operation Usalama Watch" unfairly targeted Somali and some other Muslim communities.