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Story 1: No Thanks To The Lying Lunatic Left Losers The American People Thank President Trump for Making America Safer From Radical Islamic Terrorists From Syria, Iraq, Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Libya and Yemen With A 90 Day Temporary Pause for Travelers From These Countries To Begin Extreme Vigorous Vetting — Videos

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.

~Edmund Burke

It follows reports that Muslim-majority countries with ties to Trump's business empire have been excluded from the order

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Reaction to Trump’s Travel Ban

Published on Jan 30, 2017

President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring the entry of U.S. visa holders and others from seven Muslim-majority countries. The White House defends its order as federal judges intervene and protests continue in cities and airports across America.
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Trump’s Exclusion of Aliens from Specific Countries Is Legal

by ANDREW C. MCCARTHY January 28, 2017 5:30 PM

Arguments to the contrary ignore the Constitution and misstate federal law.

On Friday, President Donald Trump issued an executive order calling for heightened vetting of certain foreign nationals seeking entry into the United States.

The order temporarily suspends entry by the nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries: Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. It is to last for 90 days, while heightened vetting procedures are developed. The order has predictably prompted intense protest from critics of immigration restrictions (most of whom are also critics of Trump). At the New York Times, the Cato Institute’s David J. Bier claims the temporary suspension is illegal because, in his view, it flouts the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. This contention is meritless, both constitutionally and as a matter of statutory law.

Let’s start with the Constitution, which vests all executive power in the president. Under the Constitution, as Thomas Jefferson wrote shortly after its adoption, “the transaction of business with foreign nations is Executive altogether. It belongs then to the head of that department, except as to such portions of it as are specifically submitted to the Senate. Exceptions are to be construed strictly.”

The rare exceptions Jefferson had in mind, obviously, were such matters as the approval of treaties, which Article II expressly vests in the Senate. There are also other textual bases for a congressional role in foreign affairs, such as Congress’s power over international commerce, to declare war, and to establish the qualifications for the naturalization of citizens. That said, when Congress legislates in this realm, it must do so mindful of what the Supreme Court, in United States v. Curtiss-Wright (1936), famously described as “the very delicate, plenary and exclusive power of the President as the sole organ of the federal government in the field of international relations – a power which does not require as a basis for its exercise an act of Congress.”

In the international arena, then, if there is arguable conflict between a presidential policy and a congressional statute, the president’s policy will take precedence in the absence of some clear constitutional commitment of the subject matter to legislative resolution. And quite apart from the president’s presumptive supremacy in foreign affairs, we must also adhere to a settled doctrine of constitutional law: Where it is possible, congressional statutes should be construed in a manner that avoids constitutional conflicts.

With that as background, let’s consider the claimed conflict between the president’s executive order and Congress’s statute.

Mr. Bier asserts that Trump may not suspend the issuance of visas to nationals of specific countries because the 1965 immigration act “banned all discrimination against immigrants on the basis of national origin.” And, indeed, a section of that act, now codified in Section 1152(a) of Title 8, U.S. Code, states that (with exceptions not here relevant) “no person shall receive any preference or priority or be discriminated against in the issuance of an immigrant visa because of the person’s race, sex, nationality, place of birth, or place of residence” (emphasis added).

Even on its face, this provision is not as clearly in conflict with Trump’s executive order as Bier suggests. As he correctly points out, the purpose of the anti-discrimination provision (signed by President Lyndon Johnson in 1965) was to end the racially and ethnically discriminatory “national origins” immigration practice that was skewed in favor of Western Europe. Trump’s executive order, to the contrary, is in no way an effort to affect the racial or ethnic composition of the nation or its incoming immigrants. The directive is an effort to protect national security from a terrorist threat, which, as we shall see, Congress itself has found to have roots in specified Muslim-majority countries.

Because of the national-security distinction between Trump’s 2017 order and Congress’s 1965 objective, it is not necessary to construe them as contradictory, and principles of constitutional interpretation counsel against doing so.

Nevertheless, let’s concede for argument’s sake that there is conflict. At issue is a matter related to the conduct of foreign affairs – a matter of the highest order of importance since it involves foreign threats to national security. If there were a conflict here, the president’s clear constitutional authority to protect the United States would take precedence over Congress’s dubious authority to limit the president’s denial of entry to foreign nationals.

But there is no conflict.

Federal immigration law also includes Section 1182(f), which states: “Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate” (emphasis added).

Section 1182(f) plainly and sweepingly authorizes the president to issue temporary bans on the entry of classes of aliens for national-security purposes. This is precisely what President Trump has done. In fact, in doing so, he expressly cites Section 1182(f), and his executive order tracks the language of the statute (finding the entry of aliens from these countries at this time “would be detrimental to the interests of the United States”).

While Bier ignores the president’s constitutional foreign-affairs authority (although Trump expressly relies on it in the first line of his executive order), he concedes that Trump is relying on a statute. He theorizes, nevertheless, that because Section 1182(f) was enacted in 1952, whereas the non-discrimination provision (Section 1152(a)) was enacted years afterward, the latter must be deemed to have amended the former – thus removing the president’s authority to impose class restrictions based on the aliens’ country of origin.

Nice try.

Put aside that Trump is principally relying on his inherent constitutional authority, and that the class restriction he has directed is based on national-security, not racial or ethnic considerations. Trump’s executive order also expressly relies on an Obama-era provision of the immigration law, Section 1187(a)(12), which governs the Visa Waiver Program. This statute empowers the executive branch to waive the documentation requirements for certain aliens. In it, Congress itself expressly discriminates based on country of origin.

Under this provision, Congress provides that an alien is eligible for the waiver only if he or she has not been present (a) in Iraq or Syria any time after March 1, 2011; (b) in any country whose government is designated by the State Department as “repeatedly provid[ing] support for acts of international terrorism”; or (c) in any country that has been designated by the Department of Homeland Security as a country “of concern.” Trump is principally relying on his inherent constitutional authority.

So, not only has Congress never repealed the president’s sweeping statutory power to exclude classes of aliens from entry on national-security grounds; decades after the 1965 anti-discrimination provision touted by Bier, Congress expressly authorized discrimination on the basis of national origin when concerns over international terrorism are involved. Consequently, by Bier’s own logic, the 1965 statute must be deemed amended by the much more recent statute.

Bier concedes that, despite the 1965 anti-discrimination statute, President Jimmy Carter barred entry by Iranian nationals in 1980, after the Khomeini revolution led to the U.S.-hostage crisis. But he treats Carter’s restriction based on national origin as an aberration. Instead, he insists, we should place more stock in the federal courts’ affirmation of the 1965 anti-discrimination provision during the 1990s — specifically, in a litigation involving an alien from Vietnam who had fled to Hong Kong and objected to being required to return to Vietnam to apply for a visa when applicants from other countries faced no such requirement.

But there is no inconsistency here. Bier perceives one only by overlooking the salient national-security distinction. The discriminatory treatment of Iranians was rationally rooted in anti-terrorism concerns, and was clearly proper. The discriminatory treatment of the Vietnamese alien was unrelated to national security or terrorism, and thus problematic. Trump, like Carter, is quite properly acting on national-security concerns.

One can debate the policy wisdom of the executive order, which is plainly a temporary measure while a more comprehensive and thoughtfully tailored policy is developed. The seven countries the president has singled out are surely hotbeds of radical Islam; but he has omitted other countries – e.g., Saudi Arabia, home to 15 of the 19 suicide-hijackers who attacked our country on 9/11 – that are also cauldrons of jihadism.

Furthermore, as I have argued, the real threat to be targeted is sharia-supremacist ideology, which is inherently hostile to the Constitution. Were we to focus our vetting, unapologetically, on that ideology (also known as “radical” or “political” Islam), it would be unnecessary to implement a categorical ban on Muslims or immigrants from majority-Muslim countries. That is critical because non-Islamist Muslims who can demonstrate loyalty to our constitutional principles should not be barred from admission; while Islamists, on the other hand, are not found only in Muslim-majority countries – other things being equal, a sharia supremacist from the banlieues of Paris poses as much of a threat as a sharia supremacist from Raqqa.

Yet, all that can be debated as we go forward. For now, there is no doubt that the executive order temporarily banning entry from specified Muslim-majority countries is both well within President Trump’s constitutional authority and consistent with statutory law.

— Andrew C. McCarthy is as senior policy fellow at the National Review Institute and a contributing editor of National Review.

Read more at: http://www.nationalreview.com/article/444371/donald-trump-executive-order-ban-entry-seven-muslim-majority-countries-legal

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Full text of Trump’s executive order on 7-nation ban, refugee suspension

(CNN)President Donald Trump on Friday banned nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for at least the next 90 days by executive order.

The order bars all people hailing from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. Those countries were named in a 2016 law concerning immigration visas as “countries of concern.”
The executive order also bans entry of those fleeing from war-torn Syria indefinitely.
The order also calls for a review into suspending the Visa Interview Waiver Program, which allows travelers from 38 countries — including close allies — to renew travel authorizations without an in-person interview.
Here is the order in its entirety:
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PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORIST ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. 1101 et seq., and section 301 of title 3, United States Code, and to protect the American people from terrorist attacks by foreign nationals admitted to the United States, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Purpose. The visa-issuance process plays a crucial role in detecting individuals with terrorist ties and stopping them from entering the United States. Perhaps in no instance was that more apparent than the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, when State Department policy prevented consular officers from properly scrutinizing the visa applications of several of the 19 foreign nationals who went on to murder nearly 3,000 Americans. And while the visa-issuance process was reviewed and amended after the September 11 attacks to better detect would-be terrorists from receiving visas, these measures did not stop attacks by foreign nationals who were admitted to the United States.
Numerous foreign-born individuals have been convicted or implicated in terrorism-related crimes since September 11, 2001, including foreign nationals who entered the United States after receiving visitor, student, or employment visas, or who entered through the United States refugee resettlement program. Deteriorating conditions in certain countries due to war, strife, disaster, and civil unrest increase the likelihood that terrorists will use any means possible to enter the United States. The United States must be vigilant during the visa-issuance process to ensure that those approved for admission do not intend to harm Americans and that they have no ties to terrorism.
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  • In order to protect Americans, the United States must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward it and its founding principles. The United States cannot, and should not, admit those who do not support the Constitution, or those who would place violent ideologies over American law. In addition, the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred (including “honor” killings, other forms of violence against women, or the persecution of those who practice religions different from their own) or those who would oppress Americans of any race, gender, or sexual orientation.
    Sec. 2. Policy. It is the policy of the United States to protect its citizens from foreign nationals who intend to commit terrorist attacks in the United States; and to prevent the admission of foreign nationals who intend to exploit United States immigration laws for malevolent purposes.
    Sec. 3. Suspension of Issuance of Visas and Other Immigration Benefits to Nationals of Countries of Particular Concern. (a) The Secretary of Homeland Security, in consultation with the Secretary of State and the Director of National Intelligence, shall immediately conduct a review to determine the information needed from any country to adjudicate any visa, admission, or other benefit under the INA (adjudications) in order to determine that the individual seeking the benefit is who the individual claims to be and is not a security or public-safety threat.
    (b) The Secretary of Homeland Security, in consultation with the Secretary of State and the Director of National Intelligence, shall submit to the President a report on the results of the review described in subsection (a) of this section, including the Secretary of Homeland Security’s determination of the information needed for adjudications and a list of countries that do not provide adequate information, within 30 days of the date of this order. The Secretary of Homeland Security shall provide a copy of the report to the Secretary of State and the Director of National Intelligence.
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  • (c) To temporarily reduce investigative burdens on relevant agencies during the review period described in subsection (a) of this section, to ensure the proper review and maximum utilization of available resources for the screening of foreign nationals, and to ensure that adequate standards are established to prevent infiltration by foreign terrorists or criminals, pursuant to section 212(f) of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1182(f), I hereby proclaim that the immigrant and nonimmigrant entry into the United States of aliens from countries referred to in section 217(a)(12) of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1187(a)(12), would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, and I hereby suspend entry into the United States, as immigrants and nonimmigrants, of such persons for 90 days from the date of this order (excluding those foreign nationals traveling on diplomatic visas, North Atlantic Treaty Organization visas, C-2 visas for travel to the United Nations, and G-1, G-2, G-3, and G-4 visas).
    (d) Immediately upon receipt of the report described in subsection (b) of this section regarding the information needed for adjudications, the Secretary of State shall request all foreign governments that do not supply such information to start providing such information regarding their nationals within 60 days of notification.
    (e) After the 60-day period described in subsection (d) of this section expires, the Secretary of Homeland Security, in consultation with the Secretary of State, shall submit to the President a list of countries recommended for inclusion on a Presidential proclamation that would prohibit the entry of foreign nationals (excluding those foreign nationals traveling on diplomatic visas, North Atlantic Treaty Organization visas, C-2 visas for travel to the United Nations, and G-1, G-2, G-3, and G-4 visas) from countries that do not provide the information requested pursuant to subsection (d) of this section until compliance occurs.
    (f) At any point after submitting the list described in subsection (e) of this section, the Secretary of State or the Secretary of Homeland Security may submit to the President the names of any additional countries recommended for similar treatment.
    (g) Notwithstanding a suspension pursuant to subsection (c) of this section or pursuant to a Presidential proclamation described in subsection (e) of this section, the Secretaries of State and Homeland Security may, on a case-by-case basis, and when in the national interest, issue visas or other immigration benefits to nationals of countries for which visas and benefits are otherwise blocked.
    (h) The Secretaries of State and Homeland Security shall submit to the President a joint report on the progress in implementing this order within 30 days of the date of this order, a second report within 60 days of the date of this order, a third report within 90 days of the date of this order, and a fourth report within 120 days of the date of this order.
    Sec. 4. Implementing Uniform Screening Standards for All Immigration Programs. (a) The Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security, the Director of National Intelligence, and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation shall implement a program, as part of the adjudication process for immigration benefits, to identify individuals seeking to enter the United States on a fraudulent basis with the intent to cause harm, or who are at risk of causing harm subsequent to their admission. This program will include the development of a uniform screening standard and procedure, such as in-person interviews; a database of identity documents proffered by applicants to ensure that duplicate documents are not used by multiple applicants; amended application forms that include questions aimed at identifying fraudulent answers and malicious intent; a mechanism to ensure that the applicant is who the applicant claims to be; a process to evaluate the applicant’s likelihood of becoming a positively contributing member of society and the applicant’s ability to make contributions to the national interest; and a mechanism to assess whether or not the applicant has the intent to commit criminal or terrorist acts after entering the United States.
    (b) The Secretary of Homeland Security, in conjunction with the Secretary of State, the Director of National Intelligence, and the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, shall submit to the President an initial report on the progress of this directive within 60 days of the date of this order, a second report within 100 days of the date of this order, and a third report within 200 days of the date of this order.
    Sec. 5. Realignment of the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program for Fiscal Year 2017. (a) The Secretary of State shall suspend the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) for 120 days. During the 120-day period, the Secretary of State, in conjunction with the Secretary of Homeland Security and in consultation with the Director of National Intelligence, shall review the USRAP application and adjudication process to determine what additional procedures should be taken to ensure that those approved for refugee admission do not pose a threat to the security and welfare of the United States, and shall implement such additional procedures. Refugee applicants who are already in the USRAP process may be admitted upon the initiation and completion of these revised procedures. Upon the date that is 120 days after the date of this order, the Secretary of State shall resume USRAP admissions only for nationals of countries for which the Secretary of State, the Secretary of Homeland Security, and the Director of National Intelligence have jointly determined that such additional procedures are adequate to ensure the security and welfare of the United States.
    (b) Upon the resumption of USRAP admissions, the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretary of Homeland Security, is further directed to make changes, to the extent permitted by law, to prioritize refugee claims made by individuals on the basis of religious-based persecution, provided that the religion of the individual is a minority religion in the individual’s country of nationality. Where necessary and appropriate, the Secretaries of State and Homeland Security shall recommend legislation to the President that would assist with such prioritization.
    (c) Pursuant to section 212(f) of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1182(f), I hereby proclaim that the entry of nationals of Syria as refugees is detrimental to the interests of the United States and thus suspend any such entry until such time as I have determined that sufficient changes have been made to the USRAP to ensure that admission of Syrian refugees is consistent with the national interest.
    (d) Pursuant to section 212(f) of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1182(f), I hereby proclaim that the entry of more than 50,000 refugees in fiscal year 2017 would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, and thus suspend any such entry until such time as I determine that additional admissions would be in the national interest.
    (e) Notwithstanding the temporary suspension imposed pursuant to subsection (a) of this section, the Secretaries of State and Homeland Security may jointly determine to admit individuals to the United States as refugees on a case-by-case basis, in their discretion, but only so long as they determine that the admission of such individuals as refugees is in the national interest — including when the person is a religious minority in his country of nationality facing religious persecution, when admitting the person would enable the United States to conform its conduct to a preexisting international agreement, or when the person is already in transit and denying admission would cause undue hardship — and it would not pose a risk to the security or welfare of the United States.
    (f) The Secretary of State shall submit to the President an initial report on the progress of the directive in subsection (b) of this section regarding prioritization of claims made by individuals on the basis of religious-based persecution within 100 days of the date of this order and shall submit a second report within 200 days of the date of this order.
    (g) It is the policy of the executive branch that, to the extent permitted by law and as practicable, State and local jurisdictions be granted a role in the process of determining the placement or settlement in their jurisdictions of aliens eligible to be admitted to the United States as refugees. To that end, the Secretary of Homeland Security shall examine existing law to determine the extent to which, consistent with applicable law, State and local jurisdictions may have greater involvement in the process of determining the placement or resettlement of refugees in their jurisdictions, and shall devise a proposal to lawfully promote such involvement.
    Sec. 6. Rescission of Exercise of Authority Relating to the Terrorism Grounds of Inadmissibility. The Secretaries of State and Homeland Security shall, in consultation with the Attorney General, consider rescinding the exercises of authority in section 212 of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1182, relating to the terrorism grounds of inadmissibility, as well as any related implementing memoranda.
    Sec. 7. Expedited Completion of the Biometric Entry-Exit Tracking System. (a) The Secretary of Homeland Security shall expedite the completion and implementation of a biometric entry-exit tracking system for all travelers to the United States, as recommended by the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.
    (b) The Secretary of Homeland Security shall submit to the President periodic reports on the progress of the directive contained in subsection (a) of this section. The initial report shall be submitted within 100 days of the date of this order, a second report shall be submitted within 200 days of the date of this order, and a third report shall be submitted within 365 days of the date of this order. Further, the Secretary shall submit a report every 180 days thereafter until the system is fully deployed and operational.
    Sec. 8. Visa Interview Security. (a) The Secretary of State shall immediately suspend the Visa Interview Waiver Program and ensure compliance with section 222 of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1222, which requires that all individuals seeking a nonimmigrant visa undergo an in-person interview, subject to specific statutory exceptions.
    (b) To the extent permitted by law and subject to the availability of appropriations, the Secretary of State shall immediately expand the Consular Fellows Program, including by substantially increasing the number of Fellows, lengthening or making permanent the period of service, and making language training at the Foreign Service Institute available to Fellows for assignment to posts outside of their area of core linguistic ability, to ensure that non-immigrant visa-interview wait times are not unduly affected.
    Sec. 9. Visa Validity Reciprocity. The Secretary of State shall review all nonimmigrant visa reciprocity agreements to ensure that they are, with respect to each visa classification, truly reciprocal insofar as practicable with respect to validity period and fees, as required by sections 221(c) and 281 of the INA, 8 U.S.C. 1201(c) and 1351, and other treatment. If a country does not treat United States nationals seeking nonimmigrant visas in a reciprocal manner, the Secretary of State shall adjust the visa validity period, fee schedule, or other treatment to match the treatment of United States nationals by the foreign country, to the extent practicable.
    Sec. 10. Transparency and Data Collection. (a) To be more transparent with the American people, and to more effectively implement policies and practices that serve the national interest, the Secretary of Homeland Security, in consultation with the Attorney General, shall, consistent with applicable law and national security, collect and make publicly available within 180 days, and every 180 days thereafter:
    (i) information regarding the number of foreign nationals in the United States who have been charged with terrorism-related offenses while in the United States; convicted of terrorism-related offenses while in the United States; or removed from the United States based on terrorism-related activity, affiliation, or material support to a terrorism-related organization, or any other national security reasons since the date of this order or the last reporting period, whichever is later;
    (ii) information regarding the number of foreign nationals in the United States who have been radicalized after entry into the United States and engaged in terrorism-related acts, or who have provided material support to terrorism-related organizations in countries that pose a threat to the United States, since the date of this order or the last reporting period, whichever is later; and
    (iii) information regarding the number and types of acts of gender-based violence against women, including honor killings, in the United States by foreign nationals, since the date of this order or the last reporting period, whichever is later; and
    (iv) any other information relevant to public safety and security as determined by the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Attorney General, including information on the immigration status of foreign nationals charged with major offenses.
    (b) The Secretary of State shall, within one year of the date of this order, provide a report on the estimated long-term costs of the USRAP at the Federal, State, and local levels.
    Sec. 11. General Provisions. (a) Nothing in this order shall be construed to impair or otherwise affect:
    (i) the authority granted by law to an executive department or agency, or the head thereof; or
    (ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Management and Budget relating to budgetary, administrative, or legislative proposals.
    (b) This order shall be implemented consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations.
    (c) This order is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by any party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.
    DONALD J. TRUMP
    THE WHITE HOUSE, January 27, 2017

    US travel ban: Why these seven countries?

    President Donald Trump has signed an executive order that banned travel into the United States for citizens from these seven countries for 90 days: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen.

    The restrictions were part of wide ranging immigration controls that also suspended refugee arrivals. It appears that existing restrictions in place during the Obama administration informed Mr Trump’s list.

    These countries were already named as “countries of concern” after a law passed by a Republican-led Congress in 2015 altered a visa admissions programme.

    The Visa Waiver Program allows citizens from 38 countries to enter the US for 90 days without a visa. The UK, France and Germany are among those countries allowed in under the waiver programme. Visitors apply for an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (Esta).

    In December 2015 Congress passed a law – created by senators from both parties, and supported and signed by the White House – that removed waiver benefits for foreign nationals who had visited certain countries since March 2011. The countries were identified as having a terrorist organisation with a significant presence in the area, or the country was deemed a “safe haven” for terrorists.

    Protesters stand together at the Miami International AirporImage copyrightJOE RAEDLE/GETTY 
    Image captionThe executive order has been followed by demonstrations across the United States

    After Libya, Somalia and Yemen were added to the list in February 2016, the “countries of concern” were the seven named in Mr Trump’s order.

    According to the restrictions, citizens who had been eligible for the waiver programme and had visited one of those seven countries in the time period were forced to apply for a visa.

    The Obama administration passed the Visa Waiver Program Improvement and Terrorist Travel Prevention Act of 2015 after the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris. The Act, however, unlike Trump’s much more broad order, only affected people eligible for the visa waiver programme, rather than suspend all citizens’ travel from one of those seven countries.

    In a statement on 29 January, President Trump said his policy was “similar” to an Obama order that “banned visa for refugees from Iraq”.

    Trump referred to an incident in May 2011 when the FBI indicted two Iraqi citizens in Kentucky on federal terrorism charges. Both were accused of providing material support to al-Qaeda and had been involved in attacks against US forces in Iraq.

    A hearing before the Subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence found that the pair had “exploited special Iraqi refugee programs”. The vetting system came under review and this resulted in fewer Iraqi refugee admissions that year.

    The number of refugees from Iraq dropped from 18,016 to 9,388 as a result of the suspension. That number increased to 12,163 the following year.

    Do citizens from the seven countries pose the biggest threats?

    Mr Trump’s order said that foreign-born individuals have been responsible for “numerous” terrorism-related crimes since 9/11, including foreign nationals who have entered the country on visa or refugee programmes. The 9/11 attackers came from Saudi Arabia, UAE, Lebanon and Egypt.

    In September 2015 the Homeland Security Committee reported that the so-called Islamic State had inspired or directed 60 terror plots or attacks in Western countries, including 15 in the United States. There are 250 American citizens known to have joined Islamist extremist groups.

    Significant recent attacks in the US were not committed by citizens from any of the seven countries included in the order. This list includes:

    • Fort Lauderdale airport shooting (January 2017): A US citizen
    • Orlando nightclub shooting (June 2016): A US citizen with Afghan parents
    • San Bernardino shooting (December 2015): A US citizen with Pakistani parents, and a Pakistani citizen
    • Chattanooga shootings (July 2015): A Kuwait-born US citizen
    • Charleston church shooting (June 2015): A US citizen
    • Boston marathon bombing (April 2013): Two Russian citizens with Chechen ethnicity

    There have been a few non-fatal attacks by individuals from two of the countries on the banned list.

    According to the New America Foundation, 82% of all terrorism incidents since 2001 were conducted by citizens and permanent residents. Since 9/11, jihadists have killed 94 people inside the United States.

    A Cato Institute study found that Americans are 253 times more likely to die in a regular homicide than dying in a terrorist attack committed by a foreigner in the US.

    US Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) have said the order “may do more to help terrorist recruitment than improve our security”, because of the signal it sends to the Muslim world.

    But President Trump has rejected that notion, saying in an interview that America’s enemies were already angry and it was his number one responsibility to keep the country safe. And his supporters wholeheartedly agree.

    “Donald Trump says this is temporary and I trust him,” said one resident in New York’s Staten Island. “His number one job is to protect the American people.”

    http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-38798588

    Trump’s latest executive order: Banning people from 7 countries and more

    Story highlights

    • Many of the provisions in the order are consistent with Trump’s campaign pledges
    • Here’s a breakdown of what the executive order does

    Washington (CNN)With just a few quick strokes of the pen, President Donald Trump on Friday banned — temporarily, for now — roughly 218 million people from entering the United States.

    Trump barred citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for at least the next 90 days by executive order, which a senior White House official said later Friday is likely just a first step toward establishing a broader ban.
    Executive orders: Read more
  • All of Trump’s executive orders, memos and proclamations
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  • It’s unclear how many more countries will be added to the list, but the official said the administration will be “very aggressive” as it weighs how many more countries to add to the list.
    Asked what criteria the administration will consider as it looks to expand the ban beyond the initial seven countries, the official said simply the “mandate is to keep America safe.”
    “Not going to take any risks,” the official added.
    That’s just one part of the controversial executive order Trump signed Friday dubbed: “Protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the United States.” Many of the provisions in the order are consistent with Trump’s campaign pledges.
    Here’s a breakdown of what the executive order does.

    Bans citizens of 7 countries

    Trump banned citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the US for at least the next 90 days.
    The executive order bars all people hailing from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen — or at least 218 million people, based on 2015 data published by the World Bank — from entering the United States. Those countries were named in a 2016 law concerning immigration visas as “countries of concern.”
    But the executive order also makes clear those seven countries are just a starting point for a likely broader ban.
    The order exempts diplomats and members of international organizations from the ban.

    Orders review of countries to be added to the ban

    The order also directs the secretary of Homeland Security to conduct a 30-day review to determine which countries do not provide “adequate information” for its citizens to be issued visas to enter the US.
    During the campaign, Trump talked about these countries as “terror-prone” countries. During the GOP primary campaign, he called for banning all Muslims from the US — a statement he never retracted — before shifting toward calling for banning individuals from countries with terrorist links, though he never specified the countries.

    Suspends the US refugee program

    Trump also stopped the admission of all refugees to the United States for four months.
    During that time, Trump’s secretary of state will review the application and screening process for refugees to be admitted to the US. The process is already highly rigorous and often takes successful refugee applicants at least two years to be admitted into the United States, but Trump has argued the program could still be exploited by terrorists.
    Trump also more than halved the number of refugees who could eventually be admitted in 2017 to 50,000 from the 110,000 cap established under former President Barack Obama.
    Trump also states in the order that refugees should be prioritized for entry on the basis of religious persecution, “provided that the religion of the individual is a minority religion.” That would open the door for Christian refugees from Muslim-majority countries to be accepted in the US while Muslims fleeing those countries would be excluded.

    Bans Syrian refugees

    “I hereby proclaim that the entry of nationals of Syria as refugees is detrimental to the interests of the United States and thus suspend any such entry,” Trump declared in Friday’s executive order.
    While Trump during his campaign called for banning Syrian refugees from the US — decrying their entry as a potential “Trojan horse” — he also called for establishing a safe zone in Syria where Syrians fleeing the war-ravaged country could live peacefully. Trump made no mention of that plan in Friday’s executive order, even though a draft of the executive order circulating in recent days called for beginning to plan for creating such zones.

    Calls for new immigration screening procedures

    The executive order also calls for the secretaries of state and homeland security, the director of national intelligence and the FBI director to develop and implement new immigration screening procedures.
    Trump during his campaign called for developing new “extreme vetting” screening procedures that would weed out potential terrorists from visa applicants by asking questions about their views on the US and ensuring that individuals support the US’s pluralistic values.
    “In order to protect Americans, the United States must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward it and its founding principles,” Trump states in the opening section of the executive order.
    “The United States cannot, and should not, admit those who do not support the Constitution, or those who would place violent ideologies over American law. In addition, the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred…or those who would oppress Americans of any race, gender, or sexual orientation.”
    Correction: The combined population of the seven countries named in the executive order — Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen — is roughly 218 million, according to 2015 data published by the World Bank. An earlier version of this story incorrectly used a lower figure.

    Confusion Grips Airports as Courts Limit Trump Travel Curbs

    January 29, 2017, 4:40 AM CST January 29, 2017, 1:54 PM CST
    • Some carriers still imposing blanket ban even after rulings
    • Gulf hubs permit flights with green cards, bar visa holders

    Confusion Reigns as Courts Limit Trump Travel Curbs

    Confusion reigned at airports around the world Sunday over exactly which citizens from the seven nations subject to President Donald Trump’s immigration ban are still permitted to fly to the U.S.

    Airlines at international hubs from Dubai to London Heathrow were grappling with the implications of three court rulings in the U.S. Saturday and Sunday that have temporarily blocked the enforcement of parts of Trump’s executive order.

    In the hours after the presidential edict, many airports imposed blanket bans on U.S. travel for citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen, with Amsterdam Schiphol turning away seven people with valid visas, and Cairo denying boarding to migrants accompanied by United Nations officials.

    Throughout the U.S., security officials detained 109 people arriving from the seven countries, including some legal U.S. residents, until judges in Brooklyn, New York; Alexandria, Virginia; and Boston intervened. The Boston ruling, issued Sunday, requires U.S. officials to let passengers from all seven countries who have valid visas deplane and go on their way, though the ruling applies only in Boston.

    ‘Nothing Has Changed’

    Still, airports and airlines are coming to terms with the implications. A security official at the American Airlines Group Inc. check-in desk at Heathrow’s Terminal 3 said Sunday that he’d seen news of the court rulings overnight, but that no further guidance had filtered through from the carrier’s U.S. base. Passengers holding passports from the seven countries will therefore all be turned away, in line with the executive order.

    “Nothing has changed,” he said.

    Meanwhile, White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that “the executive order doesn’t affect green-card holders moving forward,” in what seemed to be an adjustment to the administration’s policy.

    Airports like Heathrow, Amsterdam and their Persian Gulf rivals are especially affected by the presidential instruction because the seven countries affected have few or no direct U.S. flights, compelling people from those states to fly via such major hubs. Global airlines have struggled to comply after being caught flat-footed by the executive order, and U.S. carriers didn’t get advance notice of the travel ban either, according to a person familiar with the matter.

    Stuck Overseas

    The court decisions came after a day in which students, refugees and dual citizens were stuck overseas or detained and some businesses warned employees from those countries not to risk leaving the U.S.

    There were wrenching scenes — and angry protests — at major airports across the U.S. before the court orders were issued. At New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport, thousands protested outside the international arrivals terminal Saturday chanting, “Let them in!” and “No hate! No fear! Immigrants are welcome here!”

    ‘Difficult to Explain’

    A Delta Air Lines Inc. supervisor at Heathrow said staff had been briefed on the matter Sunday and suggested the situation had become “clearer,” but that travel was still being limited to holders of green cards and diplomatic visas. Even then there has been some confusion with Homeland Security officials, she said. The U.S. carrier will refund anyone refused travel, the official said, adding that it has so far turned away “a few” people, which has been “very difficult to explain” to those concerned.

    In the Gulf, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways PJSC and Emirates of Dubai are advising that passengers from the seven nations targeted by Trump can fly to the U.S. if they hold green cards or NATO visas, or are diplomatic officials or UN representatives. Abu Dhabi-based Etihad also said people of dual nationality may travel if they hold a passport from a country not affected by the ban and have a visa.At the same time, the carriers made no mention of travel by ordinary citizens of the seven countries who have valid visas, or refugees from those nations, which the U.S. court rulings indicated should still be permitted.

    Emirates, the world’s biggest long-haul airline, said it has so far suffered no significant disruption from the Trump order. About 20 people were affected by the travel ban on Saturday.

    In Amsterdam, KLM, a unit of Air France-KLM Group, was unable to say whether passengers like those turned away Saturday would now be able to travel following the legal intervention.

    “We simply follow the information we get from immigration and airline authorities in the U.S.,” spokeswoman Manel Vrijenhoek said. “They make that call. It’s not up to KLM.”

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-01-29/airports-gripped-by-confusion-as-courts-limit-trump-travel-curbs

    Syrian refugee passed through customs despite Trump’s ban

    A Syrian refugee entered the United States through JFK Airport despite President Trump’s indefinite ban on admitting people fleeing the civil war-ravaged Middle Eastern country, an immigration lawyer said Monday.

    The unidentified Syrian had a “refugee travel document” and “was not technically detained” before passing through customs on Sunday, said Camille Mackler of the New York Immigration Coalition.

    Mackler wouldn’t identify the person or say if the refugee was picked up by family members or a resettlement group.

    “We don’t know where he is,” Mackler said.

    It was unclear why federal officials would have allowed the refugee into America.

    The executive order Trump signed Friday prohibited citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the US for at least 90 days, with Syrians barred indefinitely.

    Trump said the move was needed to protect Americans from terrorists seeking to sneak into the country.

    At an afternoon news briefing, White House press secretary Sean Spicer appeared unprepared to discuss the admission of the Syrian refugee, but didn’t deny it had occurred.

    “I think every individual that has gone through the process has gone through vetting to make sure they [aren’t] a threat to this country. So the individual must have gone through the system. It’s pretty plain and simple,” he said.

    Spicer then dodged a follow-up question seeking further clarification on the matter.

    http://nypost.com/2017/01/30/syrian-refugee-passed-through-customs-despite-trumps-ban/

     

    ‘This is not a Muslim ban!’ Trump defends his ‘extreme vetting’ order as he says Obama created the list of seven targeted countries and did the SAME THING to Iraqi refugees in 2011

    • Trump said in a White House statement that he is not banning Muslims from entering the U.S.
    • Friday’s executive order covers travelers bound for the U.S. from seven terror-prone countries
    • Its measures expire in 90 days and leave people in 46 Muslim-majority nations unaffected
    • Trump’s statement pointed to Barack Obama as the source of the seven-nation list he used Friday
    • President also said Obama did much the same thing to Iraqi refugees in 2011 – for twice as long
    • Trump tweeted Sunday morning about the ‘need’ for ‘strong borders and extreme vetting, NOW’ 
    • ‘Look what is happening all over Europe and, indeed, the world – a horrible mess!’ he wrote on Twitter 
    • Reports of dozens of people being stopped from entering the U.S. or booted off airplanes poured in Saturday
    • Twelve refugees were also detained at New York’s JFK airport on Friday night, prompting a massive protest
    • 109 travelers were detained when they entered the U.S.; 173 more were prevented from boarding planes
    • One of the people detained was an 88-year-old blind man whose medication was taken away
    • Homeland Security said a judge’s temporary stay will not stop Trump’s new policy from being put in place
    • White House chief of staff Reince Priebus insisted Sunday that green card holders aren’t affected in a new way
    • Customs and Border Protection already has authority to question those arriving from terror-prone countries

    President Donald Trump issued his most substantial defense of his ‘extreme vetting’ executive order on Sunday afternoon, saying in a statement from the White House that he’s not banning Muslims from entering the U.S. – and laying much of the grief at former president Barack Obama‘s feet.

    ‘My policy is similar to what President Obama did in 2011 when he banned visas for refugees from Iraq for six months,’ Trump said of his own order, which is slated to expire in 90 days.

    Obama’s directive, carried out in response to a specific terror threat, affected only refugees. Trump’s order is broader, including people from seven countries who want to emigrate to the U.S.

    Trump also said Sunday said that those nations – Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia Sudan, Syria and Yemen – ‘are the same countries previously identified by the Obama administration as sources of terror.’

    ‘To be clear, this is not a Muslim ban, as the media is falsely reporting. This is not about religion – this is about terror and keeping our country safe. There are over 40 different countries worldwide that are majority Muslim that are not affected by this order.’

    White House chief of staff Reince Priebus and press secretary Sean Spicer, at times flustered on-camera, struggled to defend the president’s policy with some of the same messages during appearances Sunday on political talk shows.

    Donald Trump has refused to back down and instead reiterated his belief that America needs to strengthen its borders. He is seen speaking on the phone with the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud

    Donald Trump has refused to back down and instead reiterated his belief that America needs to strengthen its borders. He is seen speaking on the phone with the King of Saudi Arabia, Salman bin Abd al-Aziz Al Saud

    ‘What people need to understand is that 325,000 foreign travelers came into the United States,’ Priebus said, referring to Saturday. ‘About 109 of those people were retained – detained for further questioning because they came from the identified seven countries that the Obama administration and both houses of Congress have identified as being countries that harbor and train terrorists.’

    Trump himself refused to back down as protests flooded a few major airports. On Twitter, his preferred mode of instant communication with voters, he reiterated his belief that America needs to strengthen its borders.

    ‘Our country needs strong borders and extreme vetting, NOW. Look what is happening all over Europe and, indeed, the world – a horrible mess!’ the president tweeted.

    As Trump was tweeting, senior White House official Reince Priebus said on NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’ that one of the Democrats’ main points of contention – a fear that the executive order made lawful permanent residents, those holding ‘green cards,’ eligible for the same special screening as first-time visitors.

    ‘The executive order doesn’t affect green card holders moving forward,’ Priebus said. But that’s only because they were already subject to extra scrutiny if they arrive from a terror hotbed.

    ‘If they have a person that’s traveling back and forth to Libya or Somalia or Yemen, I would suspect within their discretion, they might ask a few more questions at JFK or some other airport when someone’s coming back and forth within their discretionary authority as a customs and border patrol agent,’ he said.

    ‘And what I’m saying is I would suspect that most Americans would agree that that might be a good thing to do.’

    Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly declared the entry of lawful permanent residents, also known as green card holders, to be of national interest on Sunday evening.

    ‘In applying the provisions of the president’s executive order, I hereby deem the entry of lawful permanent residents to be in the national interest,’ he said in a statement.

    ‘Accordingly, absent the receipt of significant derogatory information indicating a serious threat to public safety and welfare, lawful permanent resident status will be a dispositive factor in our case-by-case determinations.’

    PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP’S SUNDAY STATEMENT

    The president issued a statement Sunday afternoon, defiantly defending his decision to implement an ‘extreme vetting’ program affecting people arriving in the United States from seven of the world’s 53 Muslim-majority countries:

    ‘America is a proud nation of immigrants and we will continue to show compassion to those fleeing oppression, but we will do so while protecting our own citizens and border. America has always been the land of the free and home of the brave. We will keep it free and keep it safe, as the media knows, but refuses to say.

    ‘My policy is similar to what President Obama did in 2011 when he banned visas for refugees from Iraq for six months. The seven countries named in the Executive Order are the same countries previously identified by the Obama administration as sources of terror.

    ‘To be clear, this is not a Muslim ban, as the media is falsely reporting. This is not about religion – this is about terror and keeping our country safe. There are over 40 different countries worldwide that are majority Muslim that are not affected by this order.

    ‘We will again be issuing visas to all countries once we are sure we have reviewed and implemented the most secure policies over the next 90 days. I have tremendous feeling for the people involved in this horrific humanitarian crisis in Syria. My first priority will always be to protect and serve our country, but as President I will find ways to help all those who are suffering.’

    Trump is pictured with Jared Kushner, Communications Director Sean Spicer and National Security Advisor Michael Flynn during a call to the Saudi King on Sunday

    Kellyanne Conway was also doing the rounds on Sunday morning talk shows, and told ‘Fox News Sunday’ host Chris Wallace that 90-day slowdown was needed to stop another September 11-style attack.

    ‘It’s temporary,’ she said of the ban, downplaying the affect it could have of separating families.

    ‘And it’s just circumstantial in terms of whether you are one of those 300 or some who were already on an aircraft or trying to get to an aircraft, as opposed to the 3,000 children who will be forever more separated from their parents who perished on 9/11.’

    Spicer said on ABC’s ‘This Week’ that the White House chose not to give front-line border security agencies a heads-up about the coming order, because doing so posed a threat to national security.

    Terrorists, he hinted, might have seen the advance warning as a reason to flood the U.S. before the policy took effect Friday afternoon.

    But ‘the people that needed to know knew,’ Spicer said.

    ‘What we couldn’t do was telegraph our position ahead of time to ensure that people flooded in before that happened, before it went into place,’ he added.

    ‘So the appropriate leadership was notified and cables were being sent out through the state Department as we speak.’

    Trump also took aim at The New York Times, whose front page Sunday was dominated by stories about airport protests.

    ‘Somebody with aptitude and conviction should buy the FAKE NEWS and failing @nytimes and either run it correctly or let it fold with dignity!’ Trump raged.  

    Senior White House official Reince Priebus revealed on NBC’s Meet the Press that a big change has been made for permanent residents, with green card holders no longer affected

    Senior White House official Reince Priebus revealed on NBC’s Meet the Press that a big change has been made for permanent residents, with green card holders no longer affected

    The president’s reactions came after the Department of Homeland Security said a temporary stay granted by a federal court will not stop Trump’s immigration ban from being put in place.

    The agency said the court order affected a relatively small number of travelers who were inconvenienced by security procedures upon their return to the United States.

    One of them was an 88-year-old blind man, who was detained for hours and had his medication taken from him at Dulles Airport in Virginia, the Daily Beast reported.

    ‘President Trump’s Executive Orders remain in place – prohibited travel will remain prohibited, and the US government retains its right to revoke visas at any time if required for national security or public safety,’ a statement read.

    Senior Trump policy adviser Stephen Miller also dismissed the stay order, saying nothing in it ‘in any way impedes or prevents the implementation of the president’s executive order which remains in full, complete and total effect.’

    It was also reported on Sunday a coalition of states is considering how they might legally challenge Trump’s order.

    Democratic attorneys general are expected to be a source of fierce resistance, much as Republican attorneys general opposed former President Barack Obama’s policies most controversial directives.

    A federal lawsuit with the muscle of state governments behind it would heighten the legal stakes surrounding the executive order, signed late Friday; court challenges have so far mostly been filed by individuals with the backing of the ACLU and other groups opposed to scaled-up border security.

    Donald Trump signs an executive order to impose tighter vetting of travelers entering the United States

    The front page of Sunday's New York Times is seen

     Donald Trump was also annoyed by the New York Times on Sunday morning, with the newspaper featuring news of the protests prominently on its front page (right)
    Trump called on the historic newspaper to be sold, and continued his war on information and the press by dubbing it, 'fake news'

    Trump called on the historic newspaper to be sold, and continued his war on information and the press by dubbing it, ‘fake news’

    One of the people detained on Saturday was an 88-year-old blind man, who was held for hours and had his medication taken from him at Dulles Airport in Virginia, the Daily Beast 's Betsy Woodruff reports

    One of the people detained on Saturday was an 88-year-old blind man, who was held for hours and had his medication taken from him at Dulles Airport in Virginia, the Daily Beast ‘s Betsy Woodruff reports

    ‘The Trump executive order should not stand and must be confronted as a constitutional overreach,’ said a statement from California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. ‘It tramples on centuries of American tradition.’

    California and New York joined Pennsylvania, Washington and Hawaii in evaluating what specific claims could be filed, and in which court.

    The states could decide not to file lawsuits, and it was unclear how many states would ultimately sign on for such an effort.

    ‘There certainly are conversations underway,’ said Joe Grace, a spokesman for Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro.

    On Saturday night, the federal court for the Eastern District of New York issued the stay after only two of 12 refugees held at JFK airport were released. They had been held for 14 and 24 hours respectively.

    Migrants around the country were detained, with about 375 travelers impacted by the order.

    Out of the 375, 109 were in transit to the US and denied entry. Another 173 people were stopped by airlines from boarding an aircraft to the US.

    An additional 81 travelers with green cards or special immigrant visas received waivers.

    People protested across the country on Saturday, including in New York where a massive demonstration carried on through Saturday evening as 10 out of 12 refugees remained held at JFK airport

    WHAT IS TRUMP’S IMMIGRATION ORDER SUPPOSED TO DO?

    Ban refugee entries from all countries for 120 days. Refugees can be accepted on case-by-case basis, including if they are a religious minority facing religious persecution

    Block refugee entries from Syria indefinitely.

    Cap refugee intake at 50,000 per year.

    Ban visa and immigration entries for 90 days from Muslim-majority countries on banned list, including Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Libya, Yemen and Somalia.

    Suspend visa issuance to countries of particular concern.

    The stay issued Saturday evening blocks the situation pending a permanent ruling.

    The ACLU lawyers who handled the case have also filed a motion for class certification, which means other people affected by the order will be able to benefit from the stay as part of a class action.

    As a result, travelers cannot be deported back to their home countries, but it does not force authorities to allow them into the US.

    Trump’s ban affects citizens from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia and Yemen. The temporary stay also protects refugees with an approved case.

    It is unclear what will happen to those detained. A later court date has been set for February.

    Thousands of people were seen protesting at airports across the country, including New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco and more.

    ‘I hope Trump enjoys losing. He’s going to lose so much we’re going to get sick and tired of his losing,’ ACLU national political director Faiz Shakir told Yahoo News.

    Lawyers also headed to airports to volunteer to help those who were being detained.

    President Donald Trump on Saturday defended his executive order barring refugees and citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the country

    The federal court for the Eastern District of New York issued an emergency stay (pictured) Saturday evening. The stay means that none of the travelers detained in airports around the country can be deported

    The federal court for the Eastern District of New York issued an emergency stay (pictured) Saturday evening. The stay means that none of the travelers detained in airports around the country can be deported

    WHO EXACTLY IS BANNED FROM THE U.S?

    Any non-US citizen from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia or Yemen is now barred from entering the United States.

    That covers visa-holders from those seven countries who were out of the United States after Friday, when President Donald Trump signed an executive order with the temporary ban. They cannot return to the US for 90 days.

    There’s an exemption for immigrants and legal permanent residents whose entry is in the US national interest, but it’s unclear how that exemption will be applied.

    Visa holders already in the US will be allowed to stay.

    Customs and Border Protection is notifying airlines about passengers whose visas have been canceled or legal residents scheduled to fly back to the US Airlines are being told to keep them off those flights.

    Source: Associated Press

    ACLU Executive Director Anthony D Romero added: ‘Clearly the judge understood the possibility for irreparable harm to hundreds of immigrants and lawful visitors to this country.

    ‘Our courts today worked as they should as bulwarks against government abuse or unconstitutional policies and orders. On week one, Donald Trump suffered his first loss in court.’

    It followed reports that Muslim-majority countries with ties to Trump’s business empire have been excluded from the order, Bloomberg reports.

    Statistics show Trump doesn’t have any business relations with the seven black-listed countries, but does with Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Turkey.

    Speaking on Saturday afternoon, Trump defended his policy – hours before protesters and lawyers across the country fought against it.

    ‘It’s not a Muslim ban, but we are totally prepared,’ Trump told reporters in the Oval Office Saturday afternoon, according to The Hill.

    ‘It’s working out very nicely. You see it in the airports, you see it all over. It’s working out very nicely and we are going to have a very, very strict ban and we are going to have extreme vetting, which we should have had in this country for many years.’

    Reports of people being detained came from all around the US on Saturday. ‘They’re literally pouring in by the minute,’ director of the International Refugee Assistance Project Becca Heller told the New York Times.

    A crowd of protesters gathered on Brooklyn's Cadman Plaza Saturday night, outside of the federal court for the Eastern District of New York that issued the stay

    A crowd of protesters gathered on Brooklyn’s Cadman Plaza Saturday night, outside of the federal court for the Eastern District of New York that issued the stay

    Protesters rallied in Brooklyn outside of the federal courthouse, which blocked Trump's order temporarily Saturday evening

    Protesters rallied in Brooklyn outside of the federal courthouse, which blocked Trump’s order temporarily Saturday evening

    Demonstrators rallied outside the courthouse Saturday night as a judge granted the emergency stay protecting the detained travelers from deportation

    A massive rally was held on Cadman Plaza, where the temporary measure was granted

    'No ban': Demonstrators at the massive rally in Brooklyn voiced their disagreement with Trump's executive order

    ‘No ban’: Demonstrators at the massive rally in Brooklyn voiced their disagreement with Trump’s executive order

    HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE BEING DETAINED?

    A senior Homeland Security official told Reuters that roughly 375 travelers affected by the order.

    Out of the 375, 109 were in transit to the US and denied entry. Another 173 people were stopped by airlines from boarding an aircraft to the US.

    An additional 81 travelers with green cards or special immigrant visas received waivers.

    The ACLU gave an estimate comprised between 100 and 200 people.

    New York City/JFK: 12

    Dallas/Fort Worth: 50

    Dulles International: 50

    Los Angeles International: 50

    Seattle–Tacoma: 13

    Atlanta: 11

    Chicago: 13

    About 50 people were held at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, USA Today reported. Fifty people were also detained at Dulles International Airport, where protesters gathered. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring have said the state could take legal action against the ban.

    One Yale student said he would be unable to attend the prestigious Ivy League university. Another student from the Massachusetts Institute Of Technology said he was barred from boarding a plane.

    A Stanford University student, a Sudanese national and legal permanent resident with a green card, was held for eight hours at JFK before being able to return to California.

    An Iranian scientist was meant to fly to Boston to study cardiovascular medicine at Harvard but has now had his visa suspended indefinitely.

    ‘This outstanding young scientist has enormous potential to make contributions that will improve our understanding of heart disease, and he has already been thoroughly vetted,’ Professor Thomas Michel, who was going to supervise the student, told The New York Times.

    Up to 13 people were detained at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, KUOW reported. Eleven people were held at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Thirteen were detained at Chicago O’Hare according to the Chicago Tribune. At least 50 Iranians were held at Los Angeles International Airport, the LA Times wrote.

    An official spokesman said Sunday UK leader Theresa May does 'not agree' with Trump's order and will challenge the US government if it has an adverse effect on British nationals. May is pictured in the Oval Office with Trump this week

    An official spokesman said Sunday UK leader Theresa May does ‘not agree’ with Trump’s order and will challenge the US government if it has an adverse effect on British nationals. May is pictured in the Oval Office with Trump this week

    A spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel said the German leader believes the Trump administration's travel ban on people from some Muslim-majority countries is wrong. Merkel is pictured on January 28

    A spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel said the German leader believes the Trump administration’s travel ban on people from some Muslim-majority countries is wrong. Merkel is pictured on January 28

    Mehdi Radgoudarzi (left) greeted his wife Susan (right) after being detained for five hours upon his arrival from Tehran, Iran at San Francisco's SFO International Airport

    Mehdi Radgoudarzi (left) greeted his wife Susan (right) after being detained for five hours upon his arrival from Tehran, Iran at San Francisco’s SFO International Airport

    Hillary Clinton tweeted out against the ban on Saturday night, saying she stands with those protesting the 'Muslim ban'

    Hillary Clinton tweeted out against the ban on Saturday night, saying she stands with those protesting the ‘Muslim ban’

    WHAT IS THE EMERGENCY STAY?

    The emergency stay issued Saturday evening by a federal court is a temporary measure that preserves the status quo pending a permanent ruling.

    It means that none of the travelers currently held at airports across the nation can be deported back to their countries.

    That is because Judge Ann Donnelly ruled that doing so would cause the travelers irreparable harm.

    The stay does not, however, mean that the travelers have to be let into the United States.

    It is unclear what will happen to those detained.

    The stay is not a ruling on Donald Trump’s executive order enforcing the immigration ban.

    Lawyers had filed a petition on behalf of two out of 12 refugees detained at JFK airport.

    The men, two Iraqi nationals, had valid visas. One of them had worked for the US government for years.

    ACLU attorneys had filed a petition on their behalf, but the stay is effective nationwide.

    The lawyers who handled the case have also filed for class certification, which means other people affected by the order will be able to benefit from the stay as part of a class action.

    Two families of six from Syria were also impacted. One was supposed to relocate to Cleveland, Ohio, after having to flee their home in 2014. But their trip was canceled.

    Another family of six from the war-torn country was detained at Philadelphia International Airport Saturday morning even though they had required legal documents and approved green cards and visas.

    Plane passengers were turned away in Dubai and Istanbul, including at least one family who got ejected from a flight.

    Hameed Khalid Darweesh, one of the Iraqi refugees, was detained for 14 hours in New York and released on Saturday afternoon. The second detainee, Haider Sameer Abdulkhaleq Alshawi, was released around 7 pm on Saturday after 24 hours.

    Darweesh, 53, had arrived in America on a flight from Istanbul on Friday night, just hours after Trump implemented the immigration ban.

    He had worked for the US government in Iraq for 10 years as a translator, engineer and contractor and had a valid special immigration visa to relocate to America.

    Alshawi, 33 – who was approved for a visa on January 11 – was flying to America to join his wife and son in Texas. ‘I’m sleepy and tired and exhausted,’ he told the New York Post after being released Saturday.

    Darweesh pumped his fist in the air outside the airport following his release, as a crowd of supporters cheered him on.

    ‘First of all I want to thank the people that take care of me and support me. This is the humility, this is the soul of America,’ he told a crowd gathered outside the airport.

    ‘This is what pushed me to move – leave my country and come here. America is the land of freedom… America is the greatest nation, the greatest people in the world.’

    He was travelling with his wife and three children at the time but they were not detained. They were heading to Charlotte, North Carolina to start their new life in America.

    Radgoudarzi (center) made his way through the arrival pick up area with his wife Susan (left) and daughter Niloofar (right) after being detained at San Francisco's SFO International Airport as a result of Trump's order

    Radgoudarzi (center) made his way through the arrival pick up area with his wife Susan (left) and daughter Niloofar (right) after being detained at San Francisco’s SFO International Airport as a result of Trump’s order

    Mazdak Tootkaboni is pictured being embraced during a demonstration at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. Tootkaboni is a US green card holder from Iran and a professor at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, but he was still separated from other passengers and questioned

    Mazdak Tootkaboni is pictured being embraced during a demonstration at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. Tootkaboni is a US green card holder from Iran and a professor at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, but he was still separated from other passengers and questioned

    A female veteran held a sign reading 'We thought we were helping, sorry' at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

    A female veteran held a sign reading ‘We thought we were helping, sorry’ at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

    Ten other refugees were still being held at JFK airport.

    Republican lawmakers have spoken out against Trump’s immigration ban. Senator Chris Murphy tweeted: ‘To my colleagues: don’t ever again lecture me on American moral leadership if you chose to be silent today.’ He later called the emergency stay a temporary victory.

    Representative Charlie Dent also spoke out against Trump’s order.

    ‘This is ridiculous,’ he told the Washington Post. ‘I guess I understand what his intention is, but unfortunately the order appears to have been rushed through without full consideration. You know, there are many, many nuances of immigration policy that can be life or death for many innocent, vulnerable people around the world.’

    Yolanda Roa, a Latina Muslim, joined the protest to denounce Trump's executive order at Dallas-Fort Worth International

    Yolanda Roa, a Latina Muslim, joined the protest to denounce Trump’s executive order at Dallas-Fort Worth International

    Demonstrators gathered in the international arrivals area at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to protest on Saturday

    Demonstrators gathered in the international arrivals area at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to protest on Saturday

    Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney (middle) alongside Councilwoman Helen Gym (left) and Representative Bob Brady, addresses a crowd of protestors inside the Philadelphia International Airport

    Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney (middle) alongside Councilwoman Helen Gym (left) and Representative Bob Brady, addresses a crowd of protestors inside the Philadelphia International Airport

    Representative Justin Amash questioned whether the measure was legal.

    ‘It’s not lawful to ban immigrants on basis of nationality,’ he tweeted. ‘If the president wants to change immigration law, he must work with Congress.’

    Senator Ben Sasse said that Trump was right to focus on border control, but said the president’s order was is ‘too broad’.

    ‘If we send a signal to the Middle East that the US sees all Muslims as jihadis, the terrorist recruiters win by telling kids that America is banning Muslims and that this is America versus one religion,’ he said. ‘Our generational fight against jihadism requires wisdom.’

    Police stopped a man giving pizza to protesters who were chanting slogans outside Terminal 4 at JFK airport in New York City

    Police stopped a man giving pizza to protesters who were chanting slogans outside Terminal 4 at JFK airport in New York City

    The protest followed Trump's executive order barring refugees and citizens from seven countries from entering the US

    The protest followed Trump’s executive order barring refugees and citizens from seven countries from entering the US

    Port Authority Police Department blocked an entrance as protesters gathered outside Terminal 4 at JFK airport

    Port Authority Police Department blocked an entrance as protesters gathered outside Terminal 4 at JFK airport

    Trump’s ban puts a 90-day pause on visas and immigration from seven countries including Iraq, Syria, Sudan, Iran, Libya, Yemen and Somalia.

    The order also puts a 120-day ban on all refugee entries into the country and declares that refugees from Syria are not welcome until further notice.

    After that period of time, refugees will be accepted only from countries that the State and Homeland Security Departments decide are safe to work with.

    Backlash against the ban continued to grow internationally on Sunday morning, with British Prime Minister Theresa May joining other leaders in criticizing Trump.

    A sea of protesters gathered outside of Terminal 4 of JFK after people from Muslim countries were detained at border control

    A sea of protesters gathered outside of Terminal 4 of JFK after people from Muslim countries were detained at border control

    Protesters held a massive rally at New York City's JFK airport Saturday after 12 refugees were detained due to the ban

    Protesters held a massive rally at New York City’s JFK airport Saturday after 12 refugees were detained due to the ban

    The protest at John F Kennedy International Airport carried on through Saturday as people remained detained

    The protest at John F Kennedy International Airport carried on through Saturday as people remained detained

    'This is illegal': Demonstrators gathered outside JFK Saturday for a long protest after 12 refugees were detained inside

    ‘This is illegal’: Demonstrators gathered outside JFK Saturday for a long protest after 12 refugees were detained inside

    An official spokesman said Sunday that May does ‘not agree’ with Trump’s order and will challenge the US government if it has an adverse effect on British nationals.

    The official comment came after May refused to condemn the ban during a visit to Turkey to meet with Turkish leaders. She said in Turkey the decision was a matter solely for the United States.

    Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party, went a step further and called on Trump’s planned visit to the UK to be canceled as long as the immigration ban is in place.

    Referring to ‘awful attacks on Muslims,’ ‘awful misogynist language’ and the ‘absurd idea’ of building a wall along the Mexican border, Corbyn says Britain should make it clear to the Trump administration ‘that we are extremely upset about it, and I think it would be totally wrong for him to be coming here while that situation is going on.’

    J'accuse: One protester held a sign reading: 'Trump is the terrorist' while another proclaimed: 'This is not how to defeat ISIS!'

    J’accuse: One protester held a sign reading: ‘Trump is the terrorist’ while another proclaimed: ‘This is not how to defeat ISIS!’

    One of the JFK protesters demanded more protection for immigrant families, as some were detained around the US

    One of the JFK protesters demanded more protection for immigrant families, as some were detained around the US

    Demonstrators poured into JFK airport all throughout Saturday to express their disagreement with Trump's order

    Demonstrators poured into JFK airport all throughout Saturday to express their disagreement with Trump’s order

    Police at one point blocked protesters from accessing the Air Train at JFK but Governor Andrew Cuomo later ordered authorities to let them through

    Police at one point blocked protesters from accessing the Air Train at JFK but Governor Andrew Cuomo later ordered authorities to let them through

    A spokesman for Chancellor Angela Merkel said the German leader believes the Trump administration’s travel ban on people from some Muslim-majority countries is wrong.

    Germany’s dpa news agency quoted Merkel’s spokesman Steffen Seibert saying Sunday that ‘she is convinced that even the necessary, resolute fight against terrorism doesn’t justify putting people of a particular origin or particular faith under general suspicion.’

    The Iraqi government also spoke out, saying it understands the security motives behind President Donald Trump’s decision to ban seven predominantly Muslim nations, including Iraq, from entering the United States, but underlined that their ‘special relationship’ should be taken into consideration.

    Government spokesman Saad al-Hadithi says Iraqis are hoping that the new orders ‘will not affect the efforts of strengthening and developing the bilateral relations between Iraq and the United States.’

    Hundreds gathered at Chicago O’Hare airport Saturday to speak out against Trump’s ban on immigration Saturday

    'Muslims are welcome': One Chicago protester insisted that all should be able to come to the US regardless of their religion

    ‘Muslims are welcome’: One Chicago protester insisted that all should be able to come to the US regardless of their religion

    Hundreds of protesters arrived at Chicago O'Hare airport to protest against Trump's executive order on Saturday

    Protestors rallied at a demonstration against the new ban on immigration issued by Trump at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts

    More than 1,000 people gathered at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to protest Trump's order that restricts immigration

    More than 1,000 people gathered at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to protest Trump’s order that restricts immigration

    Al-Hadithi told The Associated Press on Sunday the government hopes the ‘measures will be temporary and for regulatory reasons and not permanent at least for Iraq.’

    Iran’s foreign ministry suggested the country would limit issuing visas to American tourists in retaliation for Trump’s suspension of immigration and visas.

    The official IRNA news agency carried a statement by the Iranian foreign ministry on Saturday that said Iran will resort to ‘counteraction’ to Trump’s executive order.

    ‘Iran, to defend the dignity of the great Iranian nation, will implement the principle of reciprocity until the removal of the insulting restriction against Iranian nationals,’ the statement read.

    Protesters gathered at the international arrivals area of Dulles International Airport, where 50 people were detained

    Protesters gathered at the international arrivals area of Dulles International Airport, where 50 people were detained

    'America wants you here!' Protesters sent a clear message to all visitors arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport

    ‘America wants you here!’ Protesters sent a clear message to all visitors arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport

    While a protest unfolded at Dulles International airport, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring have said the state could take legal action against the ban

    While a protest unfolded at Dulles International airport, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe and Attorney General Mark Herring have said the state could take legal action against the ban

    Demonstrators also gathered in San Francisco International Airport Saturday to protest against the ban on immigration

    Demonstrators also gathered in San Francisco International Airport Saturday to protest against the ban on immigration

    'No ban, no wall': One demonstrator spoke out against two of Trump's major campaign promises at the San Francisco rally

    ‘No ban, no wall’: One demonstrator spoke out against two of Trump’s major campaign promises at the San Francisco rally

    Kayla Razavi, whose family emigrated from Iran, addressed the crowd during the San Francisco protest Saturday afternoon

    Kayla Razavi, whose family emigrated from Iran, addressed the crowd during the San Francisco protest Saturday afternoon

    Demonstrators hold signs reading 'Home of the free' during the rally against the ban on immigration in San Francisco

    Demonstrators hold signs reading ‘Home of the free’ during the rally against the ban on immigration in San Francisco

    ‘It will apply corresponding legal, consular and political actions.’

    The two countries have had no diplomatic relations since 1979 when militants stormed the US embassy.

    But the ban has received some support, with the National Border Patrol Council, which represents about 18,000 border patrol staffers, backing Trump’s measures.

    Demonstrators rallied at the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport Saturday afternoon to protest against Trump's ban

    Demonstrators rallied at the Minneapolis-St Paul International Airport Saturday afternoon to protest against Trump’s ban

    James Badue, who is with the Minnesota NAACP, led other opponents in a chant: 'No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here,' as an airport police officer tried to quiet him at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

    James Badue, who is with the Minnesota NAACP, led other opponents in a chant: ‘No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here,’ as an airport police officer tried to quiet him at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport

    Travelers arriving to at the international gate of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport were greeted by protesters demonstrating against the executive order signed by President Trump

    Travelers arriving to at the international gate of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport were greeted by protesters demonstrating against the executive order signed by President Trump

    Protesters also demonstrated at Dallas Forth Worth Airport Saturday afternoon as the immigration ban created chaos

    Protesters also demonstrated at Dallas Forth Worth Airport Saturday afternoon as the immigration ban created chaos

    'He will not divide us': One demonstrator made a plea for unity at Dallas Fort Worth Airport while protesting with his brother

    ‘He will not divide us’: One demonstrator made a plea for unity at Dallas Fort Worth Airport while protesting with his brother

    One demonstrator at LAX re-purposed Hillary Clinton's supporters' motto, this time applying it to the Statue Of Liberty

    One demonstrator at LAX re-purposed Hillary Clinton’s supporters’ motto, this time applying it to the Statue Of Liberty

    People held signs with the names of people detained and denied entry at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday

    People held signs with the names of people detained and denied entry at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday

    Homa Homaei, a US Citizen from Iran, is pictured receiving a hug from a lawyer working to help her Iranian family members effected by the travel ban at Los Angeles International Airport

    Homa Homaei, a US Citizen from Iran, is pictured receiving a hug from a lawyer working to help her Iranian family members effected by the travel ban at Los Angeles International Airport

    ‘We fully support and appreciate President Trump’s swift and decisive action to keep the American people safe and allow law enforcement to do its job,’ the council said in a statement.

    ‘We applaud the three executive orders he has issued to date, and are confident they will make America safer and more prosperous.

    ‘Morale amongst our agents and officers has increased exponentially since the signing of the orders.

    ‘The men and women of ICE and Border Patrol will work tirelessly to keep criminals, terrorists, and public safety threats out of this country, which remains the number one target in the world – and President Trump’s actions now empower us to fulfill this life saving mission, and it will indeed save thousands of lives and billions of dollars.’

    Volunteer lawyers are pictured working pro-bono Saturday in New York preparing petitions for detainees at JFK

    Volunteer lawyers are pictured working pro-bono Saturday in New York preparing petitions for detainees at JFK

    Hameed Khalid Darweesh, who had worked as a interpreter with the U.S. Army in Iraq, was released from detention on Saturday. He was detained after flying into New York on Friday night

    Emotional: Muslim travelers were nervous as they arrived in JFK today as chaos was apparent over the enforcement of Trump's immigration executive order

    Emotional: Muslim travelers were nervous as they arrived in JFK today as chaos was apparent over the enforcement of Trump’s immigration executive order

    It follows reports that Muslim-majority countries with ties to Trump's business empire have been excluded from the order

    It follows reports that Muslim-majority countries with ties to Trump’s business empire have been excluded from the order

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    Part 1, Story 1: Trump Plans For Islamic State — No More Nation Building and No More Policemen of The World — Extreme Vetting Of Immigrants –War of Civilizations — The West vs. Radical Islam — A New Hot War — Let The Games Begin –Greatest Foreign Policy Speech of Any Candidate in Over 50 Years — A+ Must Viewing — Videos

     

    “It is our true policy to steer clear of permanent alliance with any portion of the foreign world”

    ~George Washington’s Farewell Address

    “Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations-entangling alliances with none.”

    ~ Thomas Jefferson, The inaugural pledge 

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    Donald Trump’s full terrorism speech (Entire speech)

    Barry Goldwater: “Extremism in the defense of liberty…”

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    Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton wants to be America’s Angela Merkel – Youngstown, OH

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    Full Event: Donald Trump Foreign Policy Speech in Youngstown, Ohio (August 15, 2016)

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    Clash of Civilizations 2/2 ‘Islam is very divided, Muslims are Fighting Themselves’

    The Myth of the “Clash of Civilizations”. Edward Said

    Edward Said On Orientalism

    Edward Said on Culture and Imperialism

    Edward Said The Last Interview 2003

    Christopher Hitchens on American Imperialism, Iran, Iraq War, Israel, Palestine (1991)

    Christopher Hitchens – The Axis of Evil revisited [2009]

    Christopher Hitchens — Clash of civilizations (2009)

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    On The Day Christopher Hitchens died

    Fact-checking Donald Trump’s ‘major’ speech on the Islamic State

    By Glenn Kessler and Michelle Ye Hee Lee August 16 at 3:00 AM

    Donald Trump traveled to Youngstown, Ohio, to deliver what was billed as a “major” speech on how to deal with the threat posed by the Islamic State terrorist group, a.k.a. ISIS. For reasons known only to Trump, he continued to repeat false statements that have been repeatedly debunked in the past. So here’s a roundup of some of the more notable claims made in the speech. As is our practice, we don’t award Pinocchios in roundups, but readers by now should be able to tell the real whoppers.

    “This summer there’s been an ISIS attack launched outside the war zones of the Middle East — hard to believe — every 84 hours.”

    This number comes from IntelCenter, a private counterterrorism intelligence company, but the time frame that Trump uses is cherry-picked.

    The group’s data from June 8 to July 20, 2016, have gotten attention for the number of terrorist attacks directed or inspired by ISIS: one attack every 84 hours. That’s why Trump says that’s how many attacks there have been “this summer,” though the data cover approximately six weeks of the summer so far. CNN reported that the group’s count mirrors the outlet’s tracking data, but it’s just a brief snapshot.

    IntelCenter has tracked attacks since the Islamic State announced its “caliphate” in June 2014. Since then, there have been 76 attacks in 21 countries, killing 966 and injuring 2,812, the website says. Those data cover June 29, 2014, to Aug. 6, 2016. That means there were about three attacks every month over the 26 months covered by the data.

    “The rise of ISIS is the direct result of policy decisions made by President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton.”

    This is false and facile. The terrorist group is the direct result of the U.S. invasion of Iraq in 2003, as we explored in our interview with Washington Post reporter Joby Warrick, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his book on the rise of the Islamic State. (Trump, of course, supported the invasion of Iraq in 2003.) At best, one could argue that actions that Obama failed to take (over Clinton’s opposition) helped contribute to the growth of ISIS.

    “Iran, the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism, is now flush with $150 billion in cash released by the United States.”

    Trump always makes it sound like this is U.S. taxpayer money  and he always uses a too-high estimate. Because of international sanctions over its nuclear program, Iran had billions of dollars in assets that were frozen in foreign banks around the globe. With sanctions lifted, in theory those funds would be unlocked.

    But the Treasury Department has estimated that once Iran fulfills other obligations, it would have about $55 billion left. (Much of the other money was obligated to illiquid projects in China.) For its part, the Central Bank of Iran said the number was actually $32 billion, not $55 billion.

    “It all began in 2009 with what has become known as President Obama’s global ‘Apology Tour.’”

    Trump resurrects an old — and discredited — Republican talking point. His prepared text even cited an April 2009 article written by Karl Rove as its source. As we demonstrated more than five years ago, Rove took Obama’s quotes out of context and twisted their meaning in order to build a tendentious case. The whole notion of an Obama apology tour was a fiction from the start  and was worthy of Four Pinocchios.

    “It all began in 2009 with what has become known as President Obama’s global ‘Apology Tour.’”

     

    “The failures in Iraq were compounded by Hillary Clinton’s disaster in Libya. President Obama has since said he regards Libya as his worst mistake.”

    First of all, Trump was a fervent advocate of intervening in Libya. On a video uncovered by BuzzFeed, Trump declared in 2011: “Gaddafi in Libya is killing thousands of people. Nobody knows how bad it is, and we’re sitting around. We have soldiers all over the Middle East, and we’re not bringing them in to stop this horrible carnage, and that’s what it is: It’s a carnage …. Now, we should go in, we should stop this guy, which would be very easy and very quick.”

    Second, Trump misquotes Obama. In the quote cited by the Trump campaign, Obama said that intervening was “the right thing to do.” What he regretted as his worst mistake was failing to plan for “the day after.”

    “I was an opponent of the Iraq War from the beginning — a major difference between me and my opponent.”

    What will it take for Trump to just admit that he had supported the Iraq invasion before he opposed it, after the invasion already took place? This is yet another Four Pinocchio claim.

    There is no sign that Trump made headlines about his vocal Iraq War stance in 2003, nor that Trump clearly opposed the Iraq War prior to the invasion. We compiled a complete timeline of his comments leading up to the invasion and found that his comments were not “loud,” “clear” nor in “headlines” as he repeatedly claimed on the campaign trail.

    Yet Trump continues to use this line, even though numerous news outlets have debunked it. This time, Trump cherry-picked his own quote to back up his claim: “Three months before the invasion, I said in an interview with Neil Cavuto … that perhaps we shouldn’t be doing it yet. And that the economy is a much bigger problem.”

    He was referring to a January 2003 interview on Fox Business, about two months before the invasion. During it, Trump gave a lukewarm reaction to the Iraq invasion and urged then-President George W. Bush to make a decision. Below is the context for that claim. As readers can see, Trump did not weigh in on whether the United States should attack or not (“either you attack or you don’t attack”).

    Cavuto: If you had to sort of break down for the president, if you were advising him, how much time do you commit to Iraq versus how much time you commit to the economy, what would you say?
    Trump: Well, I’m starting to think that people are much more focused now on the economy. They are getting a little bit tired of hearing, we’re going in, we’re not going in, the — you know, whatever happened to the days of the Douglas MacArthur. He would go and attack. He wouldn’t talk. We have to — you know, it’s sort like either do it or don’t do it. When I watch Dan Rather explaining how we are going to be attacking, where we’re going to attack, what routes we’re taking, what kind of planes we’re using, how to stop them, how to stop us, it is a little bit disconcerting. I’ve never seen this, where newscasters are telling you how — telling the enemy how we’re going about it, we have just found out this and that. It is ridiculous.
    Cavuto: Well, the problem right there.
    Trump: Either you attack or you don’t attack.
    Cavuto: The problem there, Donald, is you’re watching Dan Rather. Maybe you should just be watching Fox.
    Trump: Well, no, I watch Dan Rather, but not necessarily fondly. But I happened to see it the other night. And I must tell you it was rather amazing as they were explaining the different — I don’t know if it is fact or if it is fiction, but the concept of a newscaster talking about the routes is — just seems ridiculous. So the point is either you do it or you don’t do it, or you — but I just — or if you don’t do it, just don’t talk about it. When you do it, you start talking about it.
    Cavuto: So you’re saying the leash on this is getting kind of short here, that the president has got to do something presumably sooner rather than later and stringing this along could ultimately hurt us.
    Trump: Well, he has either got to do something or not do something, perhaps, because perhaps shouldn’t be doing it yet and perhaps we should be waiting for the United Nations, you know. He’s under a lot of pressure. He’s — I think he’s doing a very good job. But, of course, if you look at the polls, a lot of people are getting a little tired. I think the Iraqi situation is a problem. And I think the economy is a much bigger problem as far as the president is concerned.

    “I was an opponent of the Iraq War from the beginning — a major difference between me and my opponent.”

     

    “In August of 2004, very early, right after the conflict, I made a detailed statement to Esquire magazine in an interview [opposing the invasion].”

    Trump clearly was outspoken about his opposition to the Iraq War starting in 2004, the year he reportedly considered a presidential bid. (Instead, he launched his popular TV series, “The Apprentice.”) Trump did sharply criticize the war in Iraq in the August 2004 cover story of Esquire magazine. But this was nearly 18 months after the invasion in March 2003.

    Trump also has pointed several times to a July 2004 Reuters article as proof he opposed the war from the outset. The Reuters article is a preview of the August 2004 Esquire cover story. Somehow, in Trump’s mind, 2004 has turned into 2003, and Trump now says he “was against the war from the very beginning,” even prior to the March 2003 invasion.

    “But I have been just as clear in saying what a catastrophic mistake Hillary Clinton and President Obama made with the reckless way in which they pulled out.”

    Trump criticizes the 2011 withdrawal of combat troops from Iraq, saying Obama “got us out the wrong way.” But Trump supported rapid withdrawal as early as March 2007, saying the United States should “declare victory and leave.” So once again Trump criticizes Obama and Clinton for taking action he advocated.

    “I have long said that we should have kept the oil in Iraq.”

    This is nonsensical. The Bush administration invested a lot of diplomatic effort in assuring Middle Eastern allies that the United States was not invading because of Iraq’s oil fields. Moreover, oil revenue was crucial to ensuring a functioning Iraqi state — which is why insurgents often targeted the oil sector in Iraq.

    In any event, seizing the oil of a sovereign nation after invading it would be considered a “grave breach” of the Geneva Conventions, one of the cornerstones of international law, as well as other international agreements. Maybe Trump’s staff should arrange a tutorial on international law.

    “I had previously said that NATO was obsolete because it failed to deal adequately with terrorism. Since my comments, they have changed their policy and now have a new division focused on terror threats.”

    NATO has disputed Trump’s repeated claim that NATO created a new assistant secretary general for intelligence because of his critique. “There’s no connection to any national election campaign,”NATO said, noting that the post had been under consideration several years before Trump began saying the organization was obsolete. NATO first committed to increased counterterrorism activities at a summit in Wales in 2012.

    “Unlike Hillary Clinton, who has risked so many lives with her careless handling of sensitive information, my administration will not telegraph exactly military plans and what they are.”

    Tellingly, Trump’s prepared text offered no footnote for this claim. There is little evidence that Clinton disclosed military plans through use of a private email server for State Department communications.

    There indeed was sensitive information in Clinton’s emails, as the FBI found in its investigation into her use of her private server. Some of the emails were in reference to specific drone strikes being planned, the Wall Street Journal reported. But Trump exaggerates to say they “telegraph exactly military plans and what they are.”

    Rather, these were vaguely worded emails forwarded by Clinton’s aides to her private email account. The Journal reported that the emails “were written within the often-narrow time frame in which State Department officials had to decide whether or not to object to drone strikes before the CIA pulled the trigger, officials said. Law-enforcement and intelligence officials said State Department deliberations about the covert CIA drone program should have been conducted over a more secure government computer system designed to handle classified information.”

    “We admit about 100,000 permanent immigrants from the Middle East every year.”

    Trump overstates the figure here. The number of people seeking lawful permanent resident status (“a green card”) adds up to about 76,000 people if you include the Arab countries in the Levant, Persian Gulf and North Africa, according to 2014 Department of Homeland Security figures.

    You get to around 100,000 only by including Afghanistan and Pakistan, which of course are outside the traditional “Middle East.” Other Muslim countries, such as Indonesia (2,139) and Somalia (5,190), do not significantly add to the total.

    “The United States subcommittee on Immigration estimates that Hillary Clinton’s plan would mean roughly 620,000 refugees from all current refugee-sending nations in her first term, assuming no cuts to other refugee programs.”

    This figure stems from the unverified assumption that Clinton, who has called for 55,000 additional refugees from Syria, would continue at that pace for every year of her first term, on top of the Obama administration’s proposal for 100,000 refugees for fiscal year 2017. The committee then multiples 155,000 times four years to reach 620,000 refugees. Clinton has never proposed such a “plan,” so this is an invented figure. Clinton only has proposed an increase of 55,000 refugees for one year.

    “A neighbor saw suspicious behavior. Bombs on the floor and other things, but didn’t warn authorities because they said they didn’t want to be accused of racial profiling.”

    There is no evidence this was the case. There have been unconfirmed second- or third-hand reports— a friend of a friend of a neighbor — that a neighbor claimed to have noticed suspicious activity but did not report anything for fear of doing racial profiling. The religion of this supposed neighbor is unknown, but presumably a fear of racial profiling would suggest the neighbor was not Muslim.

    Trump ad-libbed the phrase about “bombs on the floor.” Even the secondhand reports don’t suggest a neighbor saw “bombs on the floor” — just that they received numerous packages at their home and were in their garage late at night.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/fact-checker/wp/2016/08/16/fact-checking-donald-trumps-major-speech-on-the-islamic-state/

     

    Clash of Civilizations

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Samuel P. Huntington (2004 World Economic Forum).jpg
    The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order
    Clash civilizations.jpg
    Author Samuel P. Huntington
    Publisher Simon & Schuster
    Publication date
    1996
    ISBN 0-684-84441-9
    OCLC 38269418

    The Clash of Civilizations (COC) is a hypothesis that people’s cultural and religious identities will be the primary source of conflict in the post-Cold War world. It was proposed by political scientistSamuel P. Huntington in a 1992 lecture[1] at the American Enterprise Institute, which was then developed in a 1993 Foreign Affairs article titled “The Clash of Civilizations?”,[2] in response to his former student Francis Fukuyama‘s 1992 book, The End of History and the Last Man. Huntington later expanded his thesis in a 1996 book The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order.

    The phrase itself was earlier used by Albert Camus in 1946,[3] and by Bernard Lewis in an article in the September 1990 issue of The Atlantic Monthly titled “The Roots of Muslim Rage”.[4]Even earlier, the phrase appears in a 1926 book regarding the Middle East by Basil Mathews: Young Islam on Trek: A Study in the Clash of Civilizations (p. 196).

    This expression derives from “clash of cultures,” already used during the colonial period and the Belle Époque.[5]

    Overview

    Huntington began his thinking by surveying the diverse theories about the nature of global politics in the post-Cold War period. Some theorists and writers argued that human rights,liberal democracy, and the capitalist free market economy had become the only remaining ideological alternative for nations in the post-Cold War world. Specifically, Francis Fukuyama argued that the world had reached the ‘end of history‘ in a Hegelian sense.

    Huntington believed that while the age of ideology had ended, the world had only reverted to a normal state of affairs characterized by cultural conflict. In his thesis, he argued that the primary axis of conflict in the future will be along cultural and religious lines.[6]

    As an extension, he posits that the concept of different civilizations, as the highest rank of cultural identity, will become increasingly useful in analyzing the potential for conflict.

    In the 1993 Foreign Affairs article, Huntington writes “The Clash of Civilizations?” At the end of the article, he writes:

    This is not to advocate the desirability of conflicts between civilizations. It is to set forth descriptive hypothesis as to what the future may be like.[2]

    In addition, the clash of civilizations, for Huntington, represents a development of history. In the past, world history was mainly about the struggles between monarchs, nations and ideologies, such as seen within Western civilization. But after the end of the Cold War, world politics moved into a new phase, in which non-Western civilizations are no longer the exploited recipients of Western civilization but have become additional important actors joining the West to shape and move world history.[7]

    Major civilizations according to Huntington

    The clash of civilizations according to Huntington (1996), as presented in the book.[8]

    Huntington divided the world into the “major civilizations” in his thesis as such:

    Huntington’s thesis of civilizational clash

    Russia and India are what Huntington terms ‘swing civilizations’ and may favor either side. Russia, for example, clashes with the many Muslim ethnic groups on its southern border (such as Chechnya) but—according to Huntington—cooperates with Iran to avoid further Muslim-Orthodox violence in Southern Russia, and to help continue the flow of oil. Huntington argues that a “Sino-Islamic connection” is emerging in which China will cooperate more closely with Iran, Pakistan, and other states to augment its international position.

    Huntington also argues that civilizational conflicts are “particularly prevalent between Muslims and non-Muslims”, identifying the “bloody borders” between Islamic and non-Islamic civilizations. This conflict dates back as far as the initial thrust of Islam into Europe, its eventual expulsion in the Iberian reconquest and the attacks of the OttomanTurks on Eastern Europe and Vienna. Huntington also believes that some of the factors contributing to this conflict are that both Christianity (which has deeply influenced Western civilization) and Islam are:

    • Missionary religions, seeking conversion of others
    • Universal, “all-or-nothing” religions, in the sense that it is believed by both sides that only their faith is the correct one
    • Teleological religions, that is, that their values and beliefs represent the goals of existence and purpose in human existence.
    • Religions that perceive irreligious people who violate the base principles of those religions to be furthering their own pointless aims, which leads to violent interactions.

    More recent factors contributing to a Western-Islamic clash, Huntington wrote, are the Islamic Resurgence and demographic explosion in Islam, coupled with the values of Western universalism—that is, the view that all civilizations should adopt Western values—that infuriate Islamic fundamentalists. All these historical and modern factors combined, Huntington wrote briefly in his Foreign Affairs article and in much more detail in his 1996 book, would lead to a bloody clash between the Islamic and Western civilizations. The political party Hizb ut-Tahrir also reiterate Huntington’s views in their published book, The Inevitability of Clash of Civilisation.[10]

    Why Civilizations will Clash

    Huntington offers six explanations for why civilizations will clash:

    1. Differences among civilizations are too basic in that civilizations are differentiated from each other by history, language, culture, tradition, and, most important, religion. These fundamental differences are the product of centuries, so they will not soon disappear.
    2. The world is becoming a smaller place. As a result, interactions across the world are increasing, which intensify “civilization consciousness” and the awareness of differences between civilizations and commonalities within civilizations.
    3. Due to economic modernization and social change, people are separated from longstanding local identities. Instead, religion has replaced this gap, which provides a basis for identity and commitment that transcends national boundaries and unites civilizations.
    4. The growth of civilization-consciousness is enhanced by the dual role of the West. On the one hand, the West is at a peak of power. At the same time, a return-to-the-roots phenomenon is occurring among non-Western civilizations. A West at the peak of its power confronts non-Western countries that increasingly have the desire, the will and the resources to shape the world in non-Western ways.
    5. Cultural characteristics and differences are less mutable and hence less easily compromised and resolved than political and economic ones.
    6. Economic regionalism is increasing. Successful economic regionalism will reinforce civilization-consciousness. Economic regionalism may succeed only when it is rooted in a common civilization.

    The West versus the Rest

    Huntington suggests that in the future the central axis of world politics tends to be the conflict between Western and non-Western civilizations, in Kishore Mahbubani‘s phrase, the conflict between “the West and the Rest.” He offers three forms of general actions that non-Western civilization can take in response to Western countries.[11]

    1. Non-Western countries can attempt to achieve isolation in order to preserve their own values and protect themselves from Western invasion. However, Huntington argues that the costs of this action are high and only a few states can pursue it.
    2. According to the theory of “band-wagoning” non-Western countries can join and accept Western values.
    3. Non-Western countries can make an effort to balance Western power through modernization. They can develop economic, military power and cooperate with other non-Western countries against the West while still preserving their own values and institutions. Huntington believes that the increasing power of non-Western civilizations in international society will make the West begin to develop a better understanding of the cultural fundamentals underlying other civilizations. Therefore, Western civilization will cease to be regarded as “universal” but different civilizations will learn to coexist and join to shape the future world.

    Core state and fault line conflicts

    In Huntington’s view, intercivilizational conflict manifests itself in two forms: fault line conflicts and core state conflicts.

    Fault line conflicts are on a local level and occur between adjacent states belonging to different civilizations or within states that are home to populations from different civilizations.

    Core state conflicts are on a global level between the major states of different civilizations. Core state conflicts can arise out of fault line conflicts when core states become involved.[12]

    These conflicts may result from a number of causes, such as: relative influence or power (military or economic), discrimination against people from a different civilization, intervention to protect kinsmen in a different civilization, or different values and culture, particularly when one civilization attempts to impose its values on people of a different civilization.[12]

    Modernization, westernization, and “torn countries”

    Critics of Huntington’s ideas often extend their criticisms to traditionalcultures and internal reformers who wish to modernize without adopting the values and attitudes of Western culture. These critics[who?] sometimes claim that to modernize it is necessary to become Westernized to a very large extent, so that sources of tension with the West will be reduced.

    Japan, China and the Four Asian Tigers have modernized in many respects while maintaining traditional or authoritarian societies which distinguish them from the West. Some of these countries have clashed with the West and some have not.

    Perhaps the ultimate example of non-Western modernization is Russia, the core state of the Orthodox civilization. Huntington argues that Russia is primarily a non-Western state although he seems to agree that it shares a considerable amount of cultural ancestry with the modern West. According to Huntington, the West is distinguished from Orthodox Christian countries by its experience of the Renaissance, Reformation, the Enlightenment; by overseas colonialism rather than contiguous expansion and colonialism; and by the infusion of Classical culture through ancient Greece rather than through the continuous trajectory of the Byzantine Empire.

    Huntington refers to countries that are seeking to affiliate with another civilization as “torn countries.” Turkey, whose political leadership has systematically tried to Westernize the country since the 1920s, is his chief example. Turkey’s history, culture, and traditions are derived from Islamic civilization, but Turkey’s elite, beginning with Mustafa Kemal Atatürk who took power as first President in 1923, imposed western institutions and dress, embraced the Latin alphabet, joined NATO, and is seeking to join the European Union.

    Mexico and Russia are also considered to be torn by Huntington. He also gives the example of Australia as a country torn between its Western civilizational heritage and its growing economic engagement with Asia.

    According to Huntington, a torn country must meet three requirements to redefine its civilizational identity. Its political and economic elite must support the move. Second, the public must be willing to accept the redefinition. Third, the elites of the civilization that the torn country is trying to join must accept the country.

    The book claims that to date no torn country has successfully redefined its civilizational identity, this mostly due to the elites of the ‘host’ civilization refusing to accept the torn country, though if Turkey gained membership in theEuropean Union, it has been noted that many of its people would support Westernization, as in the following quote by EU Minister Egemen Bağış: “This is what Europe needs to do: they need to say that when Turkey fulfills all requirements, Turkey will become a member of the EU on date X. Then, we will regain the Turkish public opinion support in one day.”[13] If this were to happen, it would, according to Huntington, be the first to redefine its civilizational identity.

    Criticism

    Huntington has fallen under the stern critique of various academic writers, who have either empirically, historically, logically, or ideologically challenged his claims (Fox, 2005; Mungiu Pippidi & Mindruta, 2002; Henderson & Tucker, 2001; Russett, Oneal, & Cox, 2000; Harvey, 2000).[14][15][16][17] In an article explicitly referring to Huntington, scholar Amartya Sen (1999) argues that “diversity is a feature of most cultures in the world. Western civilization is no exception. The practice of democracy that has won out in the modern West is largely a result of a consensus that has emerged since the Enlightenment and the Industrial Revolution, and particularly in the last century or so. To read in this a historical commitment of the West—over the millennia—to democracy, and then to contrast it with non-Western traditions (treating each as monolithic) would be a great mistake” (p. 16).[18]

    In his 2003 book Terror and Liberalism, Paul Berman argues that distinct cultural boundaries do not exist in the present day. He argues there is no “Islamic civilization” nor a “Western civilization”, and that the evidence for a civilization clash is not convincing, especially when considering relationships such as that between the United States and Saudi Arabia. In addition, he cites the fact that many Islamic extremists spent a significant amount of time living and/or studying in the Western world. According to Berman, conflict arises because of philosophical beliefs various groups share (or do not share), regardless of cultural or religious identity.[19]

    Edward Said issued a response to Huntington’s thesis in his 2001 article, “The Clash of Ignorance“.[20] Said argues that Huntington’s categorization of the world’s fixed “civilizations” omits the dynamic interdependency and interaction of culture. A longtime critic of the Huntingtonian paradigm, and an outspoken proponent of Arab issues, Edward Said (2004) also argues that the clash of civilizations thesis is an example of “the purest invidious racism, a sort of parody of Hitlerian science directed today against Arabs and Muslims” (p. 293).[21]

    Noam Chomsky has criticized the concept of the clash of civilizations as just being a new justification for the United States “for any atrocities that they wanted to carry out”, which was required after the Cold War as the Soviet Union was no longer a viable threat.[22]

    Opposing concepts

    Mohammad Khatami, reformistpresident of Iran (in office 1997–2005), introduced the theory of Dialogue Among Civilizations as a response to Huntington’s theory.

    In recent years, the theory of Dialogue Among Civilizations, a response to Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations, has become the center of some international attention. The concept was originally coined by Austrian philosopher Hans Köchler in an essay on cultural identity (1972).[23] In a letter to UNESCO, Köchler had earlier proposed that the cultural organization of the United Nations should take up the issue of a “dialogue between different civilizations” (dialogue entre les différentes civilisations).[24] In 2001, Iranian president Mohammad Khatamiintroduced the concept at the global level. At his initiative, the “dialogue among civilizations” was the basis for United Nations’ resolution to name the year 2001 as the Year of Dialogue among Civilizations.[25][26] The year 2001 was proclaimed as the “United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations”.[27]

    The Alliance of Civilizations (AOC) initiative was proposed at the 59th General Assembly of the United Nations in 2005 by the Spanish Prime Minister, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero and co-sponsored by the Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The initiative is intended to galvanize collective action across diverse societies to combat extremism, to overcome cultural and social barriers between mainly the Western and predominantly Muslim worlds, and to reduce the tensions and polarization between societies which differ in religious and cultural values.

    Geert Wilders, a Dutch politician best known for his intense criticism of Islam, has stated on several occasions that there is a clash between Western civilization and barbarism, referring to Islam.[28][29][30]

    Intermediate Region

    Huntington’s geopolitical model, especially the structures for North Africa and Eurasia, is largely derived from the “Intermediate Region” geopolitical model first formulated by Dimitri Kitsikisand published in 1978.[31] The Intermediate Region, which spans the Adriatic Sea and the Indus River, is neither western nor eastern (at least, with respect to the Far East) but is considered distinct.

    Concerning this region, Huntington departs from Kitsikis contending that a civilizational fault line exists between the two dominant yet differing religions (Eastern Orthodoxy and Sunni Islam), hence a dynamic of external conflict. However, Kitsikis establishes an integrated civilization comprising these two peoples along with those belonging to the less dominant religions of Shia Islam, Alevism, and Judaism. They have a set of mutual cultural, social, economic and political views and norms which radically differ from those in the West and the Far East.

    In the Intermediate Region, therefore, one cannot speak of a civilizational clash or external conflict, but rather an internal conflict, not for cultural domination, but for political succession. This has been successfully demonstrated by documenting the rise of Christianity from the hellenized Roman Empire, the rise of the Islamic caliphates from the Christianized Roman Empire and the rise of Ottoman rule from the Islamic caliphates and the Christianized Roman Empire.

    See also

    Individuals
    Book
    • The West’s Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations? by Tony Blankley

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clash_of_Civilizations

     

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    List of Islamic Terror Attacks

    List of Islamic Terror:
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    This is part of the list of Islamic terror attacks maintained by TheReligionofPeace.com.

    During this time period, there were 1399 Islamic attacks in 50 countries, in which 12583 people were killed and 15407 injured.

    (TROP does not catch all attacks. Not all attacks are immediately posted).

    Date Country City Killed Injured Description
    2016.08.04 England London 1 5 A Somali migrant goes on a stabbing spree, killing an American woman.
    2016.08.04 Afghanistan Chishti Sharif 12 6 Twelve foreign tourists on two minibuses are machine-gunned by the Taliban.
    2016.08.02 Libya Benghazi 23 20 Twenty-three lives are lost to a Fedayeen suicide bomber in a residential area.
    2016.08.01 Pakistan Quetta 2 0 Two Hazara religious minorities are brutally gunned down on the street.
    2016.08.01 Afghanistan Kabul 1 4 A guard is killed during a suicide assault on a foreign guesthouse.
    2016.07.31 Somalia Mogadishu 10 15 At least ten are killed when religious hardliners launch a suicide attack on a police building.
    2016.07.31 Iraq Kirkuk 5 2 ISIS members enter the control room for a pumping station and shoot five employees to death.
    2016.07.28 Iraq Mosul 14 0 Five women and a child are among fourteen civilians executed by firing squad for trying to flee the caliphate.
    2016.07.28 Afghanistan Pashtunkot 1 0 A 22-year-old woman is shot to death for ‘having relations’ with a man over the phone.
    2016.07.27 Syria Qamishli 67 185 Women and children are among over sixty innocents blown apart by two Fedayeen suicide bombers.
    2016.07.27 Pakistan Gothki 1 1 Two Hindu teens are set upon by a Muslim mob angered over an alleged Quran ‘desecration’ elsewhere.
    2016.07.27 Iraq Shula 3 15 Three people are killed when a suicide bomber on foot detonates in a Shiite neighborhood.
    2016.07.27 Iraq Youssifiyah 3 9 Three shoppers are blown to bits by a well-placed bomb at a mall.
    2016.07.27 Iraq Rashidiya 3 0 Militant Sunnis shoot three people to death.
    2016.07.27 Iraq Saydiya 2 5 Sectarian Jihadis place a bomb outside a row of shops that kills two bystanders.
    2016.07.27 Yemen Marib 8 15 Shiite militia place a bomb at a packed market that kills eight patrons.
    2016.07.27 Pakistan Lassan Nawab Sahib 1 0 A 15-year-old girl is strangled by her conservative uncle for having a boyfriend.
    2016.07.27 Syria Bukamal 4 0 Four people are beheaded for helping families escape the caliphate.
    2016.07.27 Iraq Baghdad 5 7 Shiites are suspected of sending mortars into a displaced persons camp, killing a woman and four children.
    2016.07.26 Iraq Abu Ghraib 1 4 A Shiite is laid out by a Sunni bomb blast near a hospital.
    2016.07.26 Iraq Shirqat 5 0 An ISIS bomb targeting fleeing families takes out a mother and her four daughters.
    2016.07.26 Pakistan Saddar 2 0 Two security personnel are machine-gunned in their vehicle by Tehreek-e-Taliban.
    2016.07.26 Somalia Mogadishu 13 5 At least thirteen people are killed by two suicide bombers near an airport and UN building.
    2016.07.26 France Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray 1 1 Muslim radicals take hostages at a church and slit the throat of an 84-year-old priest.
    2016.07.25 Nigeria Adayohor 10 3 Fulani gunmen murder ten villagers.
    2016.07.25 Iraq Rashad 3 0 A little girl is among three members of a family burned alive for trying to flee the caliphate.
    2016.07.25 Egypt al-Arish 1 0 A young police officer is assassinated by ISIS.
    2016.07.25 Syria Khaldiya 2 4 A woman and her young son are disassembled by al-Nusra shrapnel.
    2016.07.25 Iraq Mosul 23 0 The Islamic State beheads two dozen young Iraqis.
    2016.07.25 Iraq Khalis 16 41 At least sixteen others are incinerated by a suicide car bomber, including women and children packed onto a minibus.
    2016.07.25 Iraq Baghdad 9 26 Bomb blasts in three different commercial areas produce nine Iraqi corpses.
    2016.07.25 Thailand Yala 1 1 A 42-year-old man is ambushed and killed by suspected Muslim ‘separatists’.
    2016.07.25 Thailand Pattani 2 0 Two hunters are slain on their way home by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.07.24 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 11 Mujahideen bomb a popular market, taking out three patrons.
    2016.07.24 Afghanistan Kot 1 0 An ‘apostate’ is shot in the head and thrown into a ravine.
    2016.07.24 Iraq Baghdad 21 35 An Islamic State suicide bomber detonates in a Shiite neighborhood, obliterating twenty-one souls including women and children.
    2016.07.24 Syria Damascus 8 16 Jaish al-Islam lob a mortar into a restaurant, taking out eight patrons.
    2016.07.24 Germany Ansbach 0 15 A Syrian ‘asylum seeker’ detonates a nail-packed suicide bomb at a wine bar outside a music festival.
    2016.07.24 Nigeria Mbagbe 1 2 A 45-year-old farmer is beheaded by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.07.23 CAR Ngakobo 3 3 Three villagers are cut down in their own homes by Muslim militia gunmen.
    2016.07.23 Iraq Baghdad 3 13 Two planted bombs kill three Iraqis.
    2016.07.23 Iraq Sharqat 11 9 A suicide bomber targets families fleeing the caliphate, killing eleven members.
    2016.07.23 Iraq Sharqat 2 10 Caliphate bombers obliterate two children.
    2016.07.23 Iraq Osaji 1 1 An ISIS IED takes out a 10-year-old girl.
    2016.07.23 India Furkian 1 2 A border guard is dropped by Islamic snipers.
    2016.07.23 Afghanistan Kabul 81 231 Three suicide bombers massacre more than eighty innocents at a mass Shiite demonstration.
    2016.07.22 Syria Aleppo 11 44 A child and two women are among seven civilians laid out by Sunni shrapnel.
    2016.07.22 Yemen Aden 1 0 A clergyman is shot to death by Religion of Peace rivals outside his mosque.
    2016.07.22 Iraq Kirkuk 1 0 A suspected homosexual is flung from a rooftop in the caliphate.
    2016.07.22 Syria Damascus 1 0 Caliphate members shoot a man in the back of the head for ‘insulting Allah’
    2016.07.21 Libya Sirte 1 0 A photojournalist is picked off by an ISIS sniper.
    2016.07.21 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Two ‘terrified’ men are beheaded by the caliphate.
    2016.07.21 Afghanistan Qalay-i-Zal 1 4 Taliban gunmen fire into a group of police, killing one.
    2016.07.21 Iraq Shaab 1 6 A Mujahideen bomb blast outside a row of shops leaves one dead.
    2016.07.20 Iraq Mosul 12 0 A dozen brave women hold a protest against the caliphate and are quickly gunned down.
    2016.07.20 Syria Handarat 1 0 A video shows the beheading of a boy at the hands of Sunni ‘rebels’.
    2016.07.20 Yemen Aden 4 6 Four security personnel are murdered by an ISIS bomber.
    2016.07.20 Iraq Ninawa 2 0 Two men are beheaded in front of children by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.19 Iraq Jadha 33 0 Thirty-three civilians are executed in cold blood by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.19 Saudi Arabia Jizan 3 0 Three Saudis lose their lives to a rocket fired by Shiite radicals.
    2016.07.19 France Garda-Colombe 0 4 A mother and her three young daughters are stabbed by a Muslim man during breakfast for not being sufficiently clothed.
    2016.07.19 Mali Nampala 17 35 An al-Qaeda linked group claims an assault on a local security camp that leaves seventeen others dead.
    2016.07.18 Nigeria Sha 2 0 A village leader and his driver are murdered by Fulani terrorists.
    2016.07.18 Pakistan Doag Dara 7 3 Seven members of a peace committee are pulverized by a Taliban IED.
    2016.07.18 Pakistan Chota Lahore 1 0 A secular politician is shot to death in his car by Sharia proponents.
    2016.07.18 Iraq Rathba 3 5 Three people are leveled by a suicide bomb blast.
    2016.07.18 Germany Wuerzburg 0 5 A ‘refugee’ with an axe hacks at people on a train while screaming ‘Allah Akbar’.
    2016.07.18 Pakistan Marghuzar 1 0 Suspected militants kill a rival prayer leader inside a mosque.
    2016.07.18 Kazakhstan Almaty 4 0 An extremist shouting praises to Allah murders a civilian and three policemen.
    2016.07.18 Yemen Mukalla 10 18 Ten people are blown to bits by a suicide car bomber.
    2016.07.18 Yemen Hajr 1 19 At least one other person is killed by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.07.18 Syria Aleppo 3 15 Sunnis send rockets into a residential neighborhood, taking out a child and two women.
    2016.07.17 India Kawari 1 0 A civilian is gunned down at close range by Islamic militants.
    2016.07.17 Egypt Tahna al-Gabal 1 1 One member is slain when a Coptic family is attacked by a Muslim mob armed with knives.
    2016.07.17 Bangladesh Ektarpur 0 3 Two elderly women are among three religious minorities hacked in the beds by machete-wielding extremists.
    2016.07.16 Iraq Tal Abta 5 0 Five civilians are burned alive in cages by Islamic State members.
    2016.07.16 Afghanistan Kabul 1 2 A bomb attached to a vehicle kills one and injures two.
    2016.07.16 Iraq Taji 3 6 Mujahideen detonate a bomb outside a market that leaves three dead.
    2016.07.16 Kazakhstan Kyzylorda 1 0 Two Islamic radicals kill a woman.
    2016.07.16 Syria Aleppo 5 9 Two brothers are two women are among five civilians ripped to shreds by Sunni shrapnel.
    2016.07.16 Pakistan Multan 1 0 A model is strangled to death by her brother after offending religious conservatives.
    2016.07.16 Syria Saikol 24 0 Dozens of Kurdish civilians, including women and children, are brutally stabbed to death by Islamic State members.
    2016.07.15 Nigeria Oke-Ogun 1 0 A Fulani man beats a shepherd to death and credits Allah.
    2016.07.15 Iraq Quayyarah 22 0 Twenty-two people are taken to a swamp and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.15 Kenya al-Wak 4 0 Four Kenyans lose the lives to an al-Shabaab ambush.
    2016.07.15 India Kulgam 1 7 A terrorist lobs a grenade into a group of policemen, killing one.
    2016.07.14 France Nice 85 202 A Muslim migrant mows down eighty-five Bastille Day revelers (including ten children) with a truck while shouting praises to Allah.
    2016.07.14 Philippines Manilop 3 0 Three off-duty soldiers are ambushed and killed by Abu Sayyaf while buying food.
    2016.07.14 Pakistan Bashirabad 1 0 A traffic cop is gunned down by religious radicals.
    2016.07.14 Iraq Taji 3 4 Three Iraqis are blown to bits by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.07.14 Iraq Meshahda 1 5 One other person is killed by a suicide bomber.
    2016.07.14 Bangladesh Krishnarampu 1 0 An imam’s throat is slit at his home by Religion of Peace rivals.
    2016.07.13 Iraq Baqubah 2 0 Two people are killed in their own home by a suicide bomber.
    2016.07.13 Iraq Rashidiya 7 11 Seven Iraqis are laid out by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.07.13 Iraq Quayyarah 1 2 A well-placed ISIS bomb takes out a journalist.
    2016.07.13 Iraq Baghdad 4 16 Two separate Mujahid blasts leave four dead.
    2016.07.13 Syria Aleppo 1 0 A teenager is disassembled in his own home by a Sunni rocket.
    2016.07.12 Nigeria Kangarwa 2 7 A Boko Haram attack leaves two others dead.
    2016.07.12 Iraq Mahmoudiya 3 10 Three shoppers are sectionalized by a Religion of Peace bomb blast at an outdoor market.
    2016.07.12 Nigeria Akombo 5 0 A school principal is among five villagers murdered by Fulani terrorists.
    2016.07.12 Philippines Tipo-Tipo 1 5 One person is taken out by an Abu Sayyaf IED.
    2016.07.12 Iraq Baghdad 12 37 A dozen people at a vegetable and fruit market are reduced to pulp by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.07.12 Pakistan Faisalabad 1 0 A Christian family man is murdered in a targeted attack by Muslim kidnappers.
    2016.07.11 Pakistan Parachinar 1 0 A young tribal leader is tortured and murdered by suspected militants.
    2016.07.11 Iraq Qayara 9 0 Women and the elderly are among nine members of two families dragged from their homes and executed by ISIS.
    2016.07.11 India Keran 1 2 A border guard is murdered by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.07.11 Nigeria Paikoro 11 0 Eleven people in two villages are hacked to death by Fulani terrorists.
    2016.07.11 Pakistan Orangi 1 1 A woman is shot dead by her conservative brother-in-law for ‘bringing dishonor’ to the family.
    2016.07.11 Somalia Lanto Buro 11 6 At least eleven others are killed by a Fedayeen suicide car bomber.
    2016.07.11 Somalia Mogadishu 1 6 An al-Shabaab bomb blast claims one life.
    2016.07.11 Iraq Nineveh 4 0 Four doctors are beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.10 Nigeria Benue 81 0 The death toll from two weeks of rolling Fulani attacks on peaceful farming communities rises to over 80.
    2016.07.10 Syria Aleppo 5 61 al-Nusra members sends a barrage of explosives into a residential neighborhood, laying out five civilians.
    2016.07.10 Afghanistan Kandahar 3 6 Three children are ripped apart by Taliban shrapnel.
    2016.07.10 Iraq Fallujah 46 0 Forty-six Sunnis are burned alive by Hashd al-Shaabi, a Shiite militia.
    2016.07.10 India Kashmir 3 96 At least three security personnel are killed by a Muslim mob, angered over the death of a terrorist.
    2016.07.10 Syria Raqqa 5 0 Five civilians are beheaded in front of their families by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.09 Libya Sirte 7 3 A secret ISIS prison is unearthed with seven bodies and three surviving torture victims.
    2016.07.09 Bangladesh Kajura 0 1 A Catholic nurse is set on fire by suspected Religion of Peace operatives.
    2016.07.09 Mali Koro 2 0 Two guards at a checkpoint are machine-gunned point-blank by suspected Jihadis.
    2016.07.09 Pakistan Islamabad 1 1 The wife of a Shiite cleric is gunned down in a targeted attack.
    2016.07.09 Iraq Riyadh 3 0 Three Kurdish brothers are executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.09 Iraq Kirkuk 2 2 ISIS is suspected of a home invasion in which a moderate cleric and his family member are killed.
    2016.07.09 Nigeria Abuja 1 0 A female pastor is hacked to death by Muslim radicals who left her severed head on a Bible.
    2016.07.09 Nigeria Rann 7 0 Boko Haram invade a village, stealing food and gunning down seven residents.
    2016.07.08 Syria Tel Abyad 10 11 Women and children are among ten taken out by an ISIS suicide bombing at a popular market.
    2016.07.08 Syria Aleppo 34 200 al-Nusra members send shells into a populated area, killing thirty-four civilians.
    2016.07.08 Nigeria Damboa 9 12 A suicide bomber strikes a rival mosque, killing at least nine.
    2016.07.07 Libya Benghazi 12 35 A dozen souls are sent to Allah by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.07.07 Bangladesh Sholakia 4 12 A police officer is hacked to death and a woman is among four total killed by an Islamist attack during Eid prayers
    2016.07.07 Iraq Balad 56 70 Fifty-six pilgrims are blown up by a Sunni suicide bomb attack on a Shiite shrine.
    2016.07.06 Syria Aleppo 3 3 Three civilians are flattened by a Sunni mortar barrage.
    2016.07.06 Syria al-Zahraa 2 6 Two children are turned to paste by a Sunni rocket.
    2016.07.06 Iraq Mosul 6 0 Six people are beheaded by a Sharia court.
    2016.07.06 Yemen Aden 25 8 al-Qaeda suicide bombers take out over two dozen local soldiers.
    2016.07.06 India Vijaywada 1 0 A teen is honor-killed by her conservative Muslim mother for having an affair with a Hindu boy.
    2016.07.06 Afghanistan Sancharak 4 1 Four family members are wiped out by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.07.05 Thailand Songkhla 1 2 Muslim ‘insurgents’ place a bomb that kills one other person.
    2016.07.05 Iraq Saidiya 3 12 Jihadis send mortars into a displaced persons camp, killing three.
    2016.07.05 Syria Raqqa 4 0 Four popular soccer players are forced to kneel and then shot in the head by caliphate members in front of children.
    2016.07.05 Syria Um al-Housh 40 0 Women and children are among forty civilians captured and ‘mercilessly’ executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.05 Somalia Galcad 2 0 Two staffers at a telecommunication company are beheaded by al-Shabaab.
    2016.07.05 Syria Hassakeh 30 40 A suicide bomber massacres thirty innocents outside a Shiite bakery.
    2016.07.05 Thailand Bannang Sata 1 0 Militant Muslims launch a grenade from an M79 in front of a mosque, killing a passerby.
    2016.07.05 Indonesia Surakarta 0 1 A suicide bomber detonates in front of a police station.
    2016.07.05 DRC Tenambo 9 0 Nine Christian villagers are murdered by ADF Islamists.
    2016.07.05 Thailand Pattani 1 3 A bomb planted by Muslim militants in front of a police station leaves one dead.
    2016.07.04 Saudi Arabia Medina 4 5 Four guards are killed by a suicide bomber outside Islam’s second holiest mosque.
    2016.07.04 Iraq Sharqat 7 0 The Islamic State boils seven members alive.
    2016.07.04 Saudi Arabia Jeddah 0 2 A suicide bomber detonates near the US embassy.
    2016.07.04 Iraq Baghdad 2 9 A bomb near a popular market leaves two dead.
    2016.07.04 Iraq Tal Kaif 3 0 Three Kurds are executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.07.03 Iraq Arabi 2 0 A father and son are executed by the Islamic State after three months in captivity.
    2016.07.03 Thailand Pattani 1 2 One person is killed by a bomb left outside a mosque.
    2016.07.03 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A man is beheaded for ‘mocking Islam’.
    2016.07.03 Thailand Yala 2 0 Two civilians are neatly taken out by Muslim bombers.
    2016.07.03 Iraq Kirkuk 7 0 Seven civilians are executed by caliphate members.
    2016.07.03 Libya Banghazi 2 7 An ISIS car bomb explodes in a busy district, killing two traffic cops.
    2016.07.03 Iraq Shaab 5 16 Jihadis set off a bomb in a commercial district that claims five lives.
    2016.07.03 Iraq Karrada 308 246 A Fedayeen suicide bomber detonates in a shopping mall packed with Shiites, slaughtering over three hundred, including many children.
    2016.07.03 Libya Benghazi 2 0 A car bombing leaves two dead.
    2016.07.02 Somalia Baidoa 2 19 Two girls, ages 4 and 5, are disintegrated by an al-Shabaab mortar round.
    2016.07.02 Afghanistan Khorasan 3 0 Video shows three ‘apostates’ executed to religious music by child soldiers.
    2016.07.02 Afghanistan Khakrez 4 0 Four people are taken out by a Taliban bomb blast.
    2016.07.02 Bangladesh Satkhira 0 1 A Hindu priest is stabbed at a bakery by Muslim extremists.
    2016.07.02 Afghanistan Jalalabad 2 17 A Shahid suicide bomber on a motorbike kills two bystanders.
    2016.07.02 Syria Elkheir 1 0 A man is brutally beheaded for ‘pledging to infidels’.
    2016.07.01 Iraq Tuz Khormato 2 4 A suicide attack at a Shiite mosque leaves two dead.
    2016.07.01 Bangladesh Dhaka 22 26 Seven terrorists take hostages at a restaurant and summarily execute all who cannot quote from the Quran.
    2016.07.01 Syria Damascus 1 0 A pilot is murdered by Jaish-al-Islam.
    2016.07.01 Afghanistan Shahwali Kot 7 0 Three woman are among a family of seven murdered in their home by Sunni militants.
    2016.07.01 Afghanistan Kandahar 5 0 Five local cops are gunned down by the Taliban.
    2016.07.01 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 A moderate cleric is shot to death by more-radical co-religionists.
    2016.07.01 Israel Hebron 1 3 Palestinians fire on a family’s vehicle, killing the father and injuring his wife and two children.
    2016.07.01 Bangladesh Jhenaidah 1 0 A Hindu temple worker is hacked to death.
    2016.07.01 Kenya Wak 6 2 Children are among six people on a bus brutally machine-gunned by religious radicals.
    2016.07.01 Iraq Baghdad 5 30 Five people lose their lives to a Fedayeen suicide car bomber.
    2016.07.01 Pakistan Haripur 1 0 A man is shot dead by a conservative family for marrying their daughter without permission.
    2016.06.30 Bahrain Manama 1 3 A bomb planted by suspected Shiites kills a woman and injures her three children.
    2016.06.30 Iraq Baghdad 6 19 A Shahid suicide bomber takes out six bystanders at a popular market.
    2016.06.30 Iraq Fallujah 4 5 An Islamic State supporter sprays a group of policemen with automatic weapons fire, killing four.
    2016.06.30 Pakistan Peshawar 3 6 Three security personnel are taken out in separate attacks by armed fundamentalists.
    2016.06.30 Egypt Farafra 6 3 Islamic extremists open fire on two police vehicles, killing six officers.
    2016.06.30 Cameroon Limani 11 50 A Fedayeen suicide bomber detonates at a rival mosque, taking eleven others with him.
    2016.06.30 Somalia Lafole 18 20 Eighteen passengers on a minibus are cooked alive by an Islamist roadside blast.
    2016.06.30 Egypt Rafah 2 1 Two security personnel are ambushed and killed by Islamists.
    2016.06.30 Egypt al-Arish 1 0 A Coptic priest is shot in the head by Muslim radicals.
    2016.06.30 Israel Kiryat Arba 1 1 A 13-year-old girl is stabbed to death in her bedroom by a Palestinian terrorist.
    2016.06.30 Afghanistan Paghman 37 80 Two suicide bombers massacre thirty-seven souls in a coordinated attack on a group of buses.
    2016.06.30 Bangladesh Bandarban 1 0 A 55-year-old Buddhist leader is hacked to death by Religion of Peace proponents.
    2016.06.30 Israel Netanya 0 2 A mother shopping for her daughter’s wedding dress is among two civilians stabbed by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.06.30 Nigeria Obi 1 0 An evangelical pastor is hacked to death by militant Muslims.
    2016.06.29 Mali Timbuktu 3 6 al-Qaeda linked militants ambush and kill three local soldiers.
    2016.06.29 Thailand Narathiwat 1 3 A Muslim roadside bomb claims one life.
    2016.06.29 Iraq Sharqat 2 8 ISIS mortar crews target refugees fleeing the violence, killing two.
    2016.06.29 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 7 Three patrons at a market are sectionalized by Mujahideen bombers.
    2016.06.29 Cameroon Djakana 4 4 A young suicide bomber detonates at a video club, killing four patrons.
    2016.06.29 Syria Tal Abyad 10 25 A suicide car bomber targeting Kurdish civilians takes out ten.
    2016.06.29 Syria Bokomal 5 0 Five young people are beheaded on video by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.28 Iraq Sharqat 4 0 Four civilians are kidnapped and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.28 Iraq Baghdad 4 0 Terrorists fire on a suspected brothel, killing three women and a child.
    2016.06.28 Thailand Muang 2 1 Muslim ‘insurgents’ gun down a father and son.
    2016.06.28 Malaysia Puchong 0 8 A grenade thrown into a Malaysian bar during Ramadan is the work of an Islamist.
    2016.06.28 Turkey Istanbul 44 239 Three suicide bombers massacre over forty innocents at a busy airport.
    2016.06.28 Iraq Abu Ghraib 14 32 At least a dozen worshippers are laid out by a suicide blast at a mosque.
    2016.06.28 Afghanistan Kabul 1 0 A secular judge is gunned down by Sharia proponents.
    2016.06.27 Iraq Baghdad 2 5 Two people are leveled by a Jihadi bomb blast outside a row of shops.
    2016.06.27 Iraq Fallujah 7 0 Seven people are found tortured to death by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.27 Yemen Mukalla 42 30 A woman and child are among over forty taken out by four suicide bombers.
    2016.06.27 Kenya Dimu 5 4 Five border guards are murdered by al-Shabaab extremists.
    2016.06.27 Egypt Sheikh Zuweid 1 0 A young policeman at a checkpoint is picked off by a long-range Islamist sniper.
    2016.06.27 Lebanon Qaa 6 19 Six people are left dead after four suicide bombers detonate at a small village.
    2016.06.26 Kuwait Kuwait City 1 0 A man kills his own brother for not fasting and praying during Ramadan.
    2016.06.26 Thailand Narathiwat 1 2 A shooting and bombing leave one dead and two injured.
    2016.06.26 Iraq Baghdad 2 1 Two civilians are blown to bits by Mujahideen bombers.
    2016.06.26 Egypt Sheikh Zuweid 2 3 Two policemen are disassembled by an ISIS roadside bomb.
    2016.06.25 Bangladesh Chittagong 1 0 A Hindu practitioner is beheaded by Religion of Peace radicals.
    2016.06.25 Syria Deir Ezzor 4 0 ISIS hangs four young people while forcing their families to watch.
    2016.06.25 Pakistan Lahore 0 1 Four Muslims gang-rape a Christian whose brother had eloped with a Muslim.
    2016.06.25 Syria Raqqa 5 0 ISIS executed five journalists by forcing them to use cameras and computers rigged with explosives.
    2016.06.25 India Pampore 8 24 Lashkar-e-Taiba members pour machine-gun fire into a bus, killing eight passengers.
    2016.06.25 Somalia Mogadishu 14 25 An al-Shabaab suicide bombing at a hotel claims the lives of fourteen employees and guests.
    2016.06.24 Somalia Yurkuk 5 0 Five farmers are killed during an al-Shabaab attack.
    2016.06.24 Afghanistan Kot 8 12 At least eight civilians are killed when ISIS loyalists burn down a village.
    2016.06.24 Iraq Hawija 5 0 Five civilians are executed by ISIS at a popular market.
    2016.06.24 Libya Benghazi 4 14 Four civilians are killed when terrorists set off a car bomb in front of a hospital.
    2016.06.24 Cameroon Gouzoudoum 4 2 Boko Haram kill four villagers and torch their homes.
    2016.06.24 Saudi Arabia Qatif 1 0 A local cop is gunned down by Shia radicals.
    2016.06.24 Pakistan Quetta 3 32 The Taliban are suspected of a bomb blast in a shopping district that leaves three dead.
    2016.06.23 Saudi Arabia Riyadh 1 2 Two ISIS-supporting brothers stab their mother to death.
    2016.06.23 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A man is stabbed, shot and crucified by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.23 Iraq Baghdad 2 5 Jihadis set off a bomb near a candy factory, killing two passersby.
    2016.06.23 Iraq Naeima 2 1 A man and his son are killed when their house is burnt down by caliphate members.
    2016.06.23 Syria Maalula 1 0 Jihadists slit the throat of a Christian man in front of his wife.
    2016.06.23 Syria al-Bab 20 0 Twenty Kurds are executed for refusing to obey the Islamic State.
    2016.06.23 Iraq Tuz 2 3 Islamic State cadres murder an old man and his brother.
    2016.06.23 Uganda Lakabuku 1 0 Faithful Muslims murder a Christian widow for refusing to allow a mosque on her property.
    2016.06.22 Afghanistan Jund 4 1 An Afghan soldier gets religion and turns his gun on four colleagues.
    2016.06.22 Pakistan Yakatoot 1 0 An official is shot to death outside a mosque by suspected extremists.
    2016.06.22 Egypt al-Arish 1 1 A police officer is shot to death by Religion of Peace proponents.
    2016.06.22 Afghanistan Jalalabad 2 2 A Taliban bomb takes out a traffic cop and a commuter.
    2016.06.22 Pakistan Karachi 1 1 A Sufi singer is gunned down in a targeted attack by radicals.
    2016.06.21 Iraq Baghdad 2 3 Two Sunnis are cut down by more-radical Sunnis.
    2016.06.21 Iraq Dor 5 35 A Sunni suicide bomber takes out five Shiites.
    2016.06.21 Syria Manbij 32 0 At least thirty people are killed by ISIS suicide bombers and executioners in a three day assault.
    2016.06.21 Iraq Souib 4 5 Four people at a checkpoint are torn to shreds by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.06.21 Libya Garabulli 29 30 An ISIS RPG fired at a group of fleeing civilians hits an armory. Over two dozen are incinerated in the ensuing explosion.
    2016.06.21 Somalia Jowhar 1 0 An Islamist infiltrates a security detail and assassinates a government official.
    2016.06.21 Jordan Ruqban 6 14 A suicide car bomber slams into a border gate, killing at least six others.
    2016.06.21 Philippines Sulu 3 0 Three accused apostates are beheaded by caliphate loyalists.
    2016.06.21 Nigeria Vase 12 0 Six members of the same family are among a dozen butchered in cold blood by Fulani mercenaries.
    2016.06.21 Egypt al-Arish 1 0 Another policeman is murdered in his own home by four religious extremists.
    2016.06.20 Egypt al-Arish 1 0 Islamic fanatics kill a police officer in his own home.
    2016.06.20 Nigeria Uzzar 8 0 Eight people are slaughtered by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.06.20 Sudan Thur 4 0 Suspected Arab militia attack a displaced persons camp and shoot four refugees to death, including a child.
    2016.06.20 Pakistan Karachi 1 0 An Ahmadiyya doctor is gunned down in a targeted attack on a religious minority.
    2016.06.20 Iraq Taji 4 12 Four Iraqis are laid out by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.06.20 Iraq Dibs 1 4 A bomb blast targeting a family fleeing the caliphate manages to kill one member.
    2016.06.20 Kenya Owane 1 3 An Islamist landmine kills an ambulance driver.
    2016.06.20 Iraq Tuz Khurmatu 1 0 A Sunni is murdered at his office by Shiite radicals.
    2016.06.20 Afghanistan Badakhshan 10 40 Religious fanatics plant a motorcycle bomb at a crowded market that claims ten lives, including five children.
    2016.06.20 Afghanistan Kabul 33 5 Thirty-three bus passengers are incinerated by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.06.20 Afghanistan Kabul 1 5 A politician is assassinated by Taliban bombers.
    2016.06.20 Kenya Dimu 5 0 Five border guards are murdered by al-Shabaab extremists.
    2016.06.19 Iraq Mahmoudiya 2 9 Two people are left dead following a Mujahideen bomb blast at a popular market.
    2016.06.19 Iraq Amrli 9 0 Nine Sunnis are executed by Shiite radicals.
    2016.06.19 Nigeria Benue 18 0 Eighteen dead villagers are discovered following a raid by Fulani terrorists.
    2016.06.19 Syria Qamishi 3 5 At least three people are killed after a suicide bomber detonates at a memorial to massacred Christians.
    2016.06.19 Syria Latakia 1 0 An ISIS suicide bomber kills one other person.
    2016.06.19 Egypt Hasna 1 1 Fundamentalists take down a local cop with an IED.
    2016.06.19 Afghanistan Tagab Yari 6 0 Fundamentalists open fire on civilians eating during Ramadan, killing six.
    2016.06.19 Thailand Tak Bai 1 0 A 35-year-old woman is murdered by two Muslim militants.
    2016.06.18 Nigeria Wumbi 2 0 Islamists set fire to a village, killing two residents.
    2016.06.18 Iraq Qayara 3 0 Three people are executed for trying to flee the caliphate.
    2016.06.18 Iraq Tuz Khurmatu 2 6 A street sweeper is among two people taken out by an ISIS suicide blast.
    2016.06.18 Syria Sheikh Maqsoud 7 40 At least seven residents are aerated by Sunni shrapnel in their own neighborhood.
    2016.06.18 Syria Aleppo 7 0 Seven members of a Kurdish family are killed in a targeted bombing of their vehicle.
    2016.06.17 Pakistan Sohbatpur 2 0 The Taliban is suspected of planted a landmine that claims the lives of two children.
    2016.06.17 Syria Manbij 6 0 Two children are among six members of one family exterminated by firing squad for trying to flee the caliphate.
    2016.06.17 Iraq Tuz Khurmatu 24 7 Two dozen people are reported killed following sustained ISIS assault that involved three suicide truck bombs.
    2016.06.17 Niger Ghafam 7 12 Seven ‘apostates’ are killed by Boko Haram at a displaced persons camp.
    2016.06.17 Pakistan Burewala 2 0 A man returns from Haj and then honor kills his pregnant sister and her husband.
    2016.06.17 Iraq Haj Ali 12 6 A dozen civilians at a displaced persons camp are pulled limb from limb by Jihadi bombers.
    2016.06.17 Nigeria Kuda 24 0 Twenty-four women are summarily shot dead at a funeral by Islamic extremists.
    2016.06.17 Pakistan Gujranwala 1 0 A conservative family slits the throat of a young mother who was seven months pregnant for marrying against their wishes.
    2016.06.16 Iraq Birahmed 15 0 An ISIS attack on a cluster of towns produces fifteen dead Iraqis, including a father and son.
    2016.06.16 Pakistan Peshawar 1 3 Religion of Peace roadside bombers take out a policeman.
    2016.06.16 Syria Mayadin 2 0 Two people are crucified for not fasting during Ramadan.
    2016.06.16 Iraq Sinsil 4 0 Four people are stoned to death for adultery.
    2016.06.16 Iraq Baghdad 2 4 Two people at a popular market are exterminated by Mujahideen bombers.
    2016.06.16 Iraq Shirqat 19 0 Nineteen civilians are pulled from their homes and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.16 Iraq Fallujah 1 1 An ISIS sniper picks off a 2-year-old boy in his mother’s arms.
    2016.06.16 Libya Abu Grein 10 7 An ISIS suicide bomb blast claims the lives of ten others.
    2016.06.16 Egypt al-Arish 2 0 Two off-duty cops are gunned down in their own homes by four fundamentalists.
    2016.06.16 India Kashmir 1 0 Islamic terrorists murder a border guard.
    2016.06.16 Syria Latakia 1 0 A suicide bomber hits an aid convoy, killing one member.
    2016.06.16 Uganda Luuka 1 0 A Christian woman’s baby is poisoned to death by a Muslim family member for being fed during Ramadan.
    2016.06.15 Iraq Baghdad 2 8 Jihadi bombers target a fruit and vegetable market, killing two patrons.
    2016.06.15 Iraq Yusufiyah 7 0 At least seven Iraqis are sent to Allah by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.06.15 Afghanistan Kohmard 1 0 A local governor is assassinated by Sharia proponents.
    2016.06.15 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A 4-year-old girl is allegedly beheaded by the caliphate.
    2016.06.15 Bangladesh Madaripur 0 1 A Hindu college professor is stabbed by Muslim radicals.
    2016.06.15 Iraq Fallujah 4 0 A journalist is among four Iraqis killed by an ISIS mortar round.
    2016.06.14 CAR Ngaoundaye 10 0 At least ten villagers are slaughtered by Muslim militia.
    2016.06.14 Belgium Etterbeek 0 1 A transgender is stabbed by religious radicals.
    2016.06.14 Nigeria Kautuva 4 3 Jihadists burn down houses, murder four villagers and kidnap three women.
    2016.06.14 Iraq Baghdad 2 9 A Mujahid bomb blast at a market produces two corpses.
    2016.06.14 India Kupwara 1 5 A group of terrorists attack a police patrol, killing one officer.
    2016.06.13 Pakistan Ghor 1 0 A woman is shot dead by her family for attempting to leaver her husband.
    2016.06.13 Philippines Samal Island 1 0 A Canadian hostage is beheaded by Abu Sayyaf.
    2016.06.13 India Kud 1 6 Muslim militants open fire from a bus, killing a woman and injuring a child.
    2016.06.13 Iraq Ramadi 5 11 Five Iraqis are taken out by ISIS suicide bombers.
    2016.06.13 Libya Sirte 2 3 Two people are killed when a suicide bomber detonates outside a government building.
    2016.06.13 France Magnanville 2 1 A terrorist stabs a couple to death while shouting praises to Allah.
    2016.06.13 Iraq Fallujah 49 0 Shiite radicals are accused of executing at least forty-nine civilians displaced by the violence.
    2016.06.13 Pakistan Ghor 1 0 A Sharia court executes a woman on a charge of trying to escape her home.
    2016.06.12 Syria Sanilurfa 0 1 ISIS gunmen shoot a journalist three times.
    2016.06.12 Libya Sirte 1 0 A Fedayeen suicide bomber claims one other life.
    2016.06.12 Iraq Fallujah 27 17 Two ISIS suicide attacks produce over two dozen dead Iraqis.
    2016.06.12 USA Orlando, FL 49 53 An Islamic extremist massacres forty-nine people at a gay nightclub.
    2016.06.12 Cameroon Darak 42 0 The bodies of forty-two fishermen are found a few days after they were captured by Boko Haram.
    2016.06.12 Iraq Razalani 2 0 An ISIS member slaughters his own parents for refusing to hand over his brothers to the caliphate.
    2016.06.12 Afghanistan Ghor 1 0 The Taliban cut out the eyes of a day laborer and skin him alive.
    2016.06.12 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A caliphate member executes his own brother for apostasy.
    2016.06.12 Libya Sirte 3 7 A suicide bomber detonates at a hospital, taking three others with him.
    2016.06.11 Iraq Tarmiya 7 0 Three children and two women are among seven family members massacred in their home by sectarian activists.
    2016.06.11 Iraq Yathrib 10 0 A grave is discovered containing ten ISIS victims.
    2016.06.11 Iraq Sichr 17 0 Seventeen people are allegedly massacred by a Shiite militia.
    2016.06.11 Afghanistan Haska Mena 6 11 At least six are left dead after Islamic State members fire into a police station.
    2016.06.11 Afghanistan Rodat 4 70 Religious extremists plant a bomb in a rival mosque that eliminates four worshippers.
    2016.06.11 Syria Sayyida Zeinab 20 30 A double suicide bombing outside a Shiite mosque leaves at least twenty dead.
    2016.06.11 Libya Benghazi 7 8 Seven civilians lose their lives when Islamists shell their neighborhood.
    2016.06.11 Syria Manbij 1 3 Islamists invade a home, kill the man and rape his wife and two daughters.
    2016.06.10 Syria Bukamal 1 0 One person is crucified for eating during Ramadan.
    2016.06.10 Pakistan Lahore 3 1 A young couple are honor killed for marrying against their family’s wishes along with a friend who helped them.
    2016.06.10 Iraq Baghdad 3 11 A Shahid suicide bomber takes out three other souls.
    2016.06.10 Iraq Fallujah 30 0 Islamists spray machine-gun fire into a crowd of women and children trying to flee the caliphate, killing at least thirty.
    2016.06.10 Bangladesh Dhaka 1 0 A 62-year-old Hindu monastery worker is hacked to death by Religion of Peace proponents.
    2016.06.10 Egypt Rafah 1 0 A young police recruit is cut down in the prime of life by Islamic radicals.
    2016.06.10 Syria al-Zahraa 1 6 A civilian is killed when terrorists send a rocket into a home.
    2016.06.10 Syria Aleppo 3 15 A young girl is among three civilians aerated by Sunni shrapnel.
    2016.06.10 Syria Ghandoura 37 0 ISIS members massacre at least thirty-seven villagers, including women and children.
    2016.06.10 Nigeria Mairari 4 0 Islamists drag four women out of their homes and slit their throats.
    2016.06.10 Somalia Bula Fulay 4 0 A pro-Sharia group beheads one man and shoot three others.
    2016.06.09 Pakistan Changa Manga 0 1 A Christian man is badly beaten by a Muslim mob for selling food deemed ‘unclean’ because of his religion.
    2016.06.09 Syria Handarat 1 8 A Sunni rocket claims the life of a child.
    2016.06.09 Iraq Wilayat Salahuddin 1 0 A man is beheaded for sorcery by the caliphate.
    2016.06.09 Iraq Mosul 1 0 A woman is stoned to death in front of a mosque for adultery.
    2016.06.09 Iraq Kirkuk 1 5 A mother is killed by an IS IED while leading her family out of the caliphate.
    2016.06.09 Iraq Baghdad 19 46 A Sunni suicide bomber targets a commercial district in a Shiite area, killing nineteen.
    2016.06.09 Iraq Taji 12 32 A dozen Iraqis are sent to Allah by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.06.09 Somalia Halgan 43 0 Dozens of AU peacekeepers are massacred during an al-Shabaab suicide assault.
    2016.06.09 Syria Meydan 5 50 At least five are killed when al-Nusra deliberately shells a civilian area.
    2016.06.08 Pakistan Lahore 1 0 A 17-year-old girl is burnt alive by her conservative mother for eloping without permission.
    2016.06.08 Israel Tel Aviv 4 13 Muslims disguised as Orthodox Jews fire into a food and retail market, killing four patrons as they praise Allah.
    2016.06.08 Iraq Hanbas 3 3 An ISIS bomb blast lays out three Shiites.
    2016.06.08 Libya Abu Grein 25 32 Over two dozen defenders are killed during an ISIS assault on a small town.
    2016.06.08 Libya Buairat el-Hassun 7 18 An ISIS car bomb claims seven lives.
    2016.06.08 Syria Manbij 19 0 Nineteen civilians are killed by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.07 Iraq Haditha 2 0 Two female factory workers are disassembled by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.06.07 Bangladesh Jhenaidah 1 0 A 69-year-old Hindu priest is hacked to death by Islamic radicals.
    2016.06.07 Iraq Karbala 7 20 A Sunni suicide bomber produces seven dead Shiites at a commercial area.
    2016.06.07 Afghanistan Sokhti 11 12 Eleven local security personnel are killed during a Taliban attack.
    2016.06.07 Afghanistan Ghazni 12 50 The Taliban stop vehicles along a highway and massacre a dozen occupants.
    2016.06.07 Iraq Khazar 5 0 Five displaced persons are further removed by ISIS bombers.
    2016.06.06 Iraq Mosul 65 0 Sixty-five civilians, including university students, are rounded up and executed by caliphate staff.
    2016.06.06 Jordan Amman 5 0 At least five employees are killed in their office by Islamic militants.
    2016.06.06 Iraq Baghdad 2 11 Jihadis bomb a local market, killing two patrons.
    2016.06.06 Nigeria Adamawa 4 0 Four farmers are murdered by Boko Haram.
    2016.06.06 Egypt Sadwet 1 0 A young policeman is shot to death in the name of Allah.
    2016.06.06 Thailand Narathiwat 3 2 Two villagers are shot point blank by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.06.06 Iraq Mosul 11 0 Eleven people are executed in front of their families for trying to flee the caliphate.
    2016.06.06 Afghanistan Sari Pul 7 0 A child is among seven gunned down by Taliban fundamentalists.
    2016.06.06 Yemen Khormaksar 1 0 A civilian is killed when Muslim extremists fire on an airport.
    2016.06.06 Iraq Fallujah 4 0 Four civilians are tortured to death by a Shiite militia.
    2016.06.06 Yemen Taiz 8 13 Shiite shells kill eight family members, including three children.
    2016.06.06 Cameroon Darak 10 0 Ten fishermen are cut down by Boko Haram.
    2016.06.05 Afghanistan Kabul 1 0 An NPR journalist and his translator are picked off by Taliban snipers.
    2016.06.05 Kazakhstan Aktobe 6 3 Islamic radicals murder six people in two separate attacks.
    2016.06.05 Afghanistan Kabul 3 3 Fundamentalists set off a bomb outside a house that leaves three dead.
    2016.06.05 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 7 A Jihadi bomb blast ends the lives of three people at a market.
    2016.06.05 Pakistan Attock 1 0 A 65-year-old Ahmadi religious minority is gunned down.
    2016.06.05 Afghanistan Puli Alim 7 23 Islamic hardliners with suicide vests storm a courthouse and murder seven workers.
    2016.06.05 Iraq al-Mahouz 3 0 Three civilians are beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.05 Bangladesh Chittagong 1 0 A woman is murdered in her home by religious radicals.
    2016.06.05 Syria Aleppo 2 27 Two people are killed when Islamists target a church with rockets.
    2016.06.05 Bangladesh Natore 1 0 A Christian man is hacked to death at his shop by Islamists.
    2016.06.05 Pakistan Sachal Goth 3 0 Two Hindus are among three slain at a liquor shop by members of a banned terror group.
    2016.06.05 Somalia Mogadishu 1 0 A female journalist is assassinated by al-Shabaab outside a college campus.
    2016.06.05 Philippines Sumisip 2 0 Two off-duty soldiers are machine-gunned point-blank by two Abu Sayaaf gunmen.
    2016.06.04 Iraq Fallujah 400 0 A mass grave is discovered containing at least four hundred victims of ISIS executions.
    2016.06.04 Iraq Fallujah 34 15 Thirty-four Iraqis are killed by two Islamic State suicide bombers.
    2016.06.04 Iraq Tarmiyah 8 15 A Shahid suicide bomber eliminates eight people waiting at a checkpoint.
    2016.06.04 Iraq Baghdad 7 25 Terrorists kill seven Iraqis in two separate attacks on a restaurant and market.
    2016.06.04 India Anantnag 2 0 Two cops are gunned down by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.06.04 Syria Aleppo 7 33 Seven civilians are killed when Sunni terrorists fire rockets into their section of a city.
    2016.06.04 Syria Hamadaniyey 5 47 A well-placed Sunni shell takes out five residents in their own neighborhood.
    2016.06.04 Niger Bosso 1 0 A convert to Christianity is singled out and executed by Muslim radicals.
    2016.06.03 Niger Bosso 32 67 Thirty-two defenders are slain during a massive Boko Haram assault on a small town.
    2016.06.03 Iraq Khalis 2 2 A probable premature detonation in a taxi cab leaves two dead.
    2016.06.03 India Bejbehara 3 5 Islamic terrorists ambush and kill three members of a local security convoy.
    2016.06.03 Iraq Abu Dsher 3 7 Three Iraqis are reduced to pulp by Mujahid shrapnel.
    2016.06.03 Iraq Fallujah 2 3 A suicide bomber targets a family fleeing the caliphate, killing two members.
    2016.06.03 Yemen Taiz 17 30 Ten women and a girl are among seventeen shredded by Shiite shrapnel at a market.
    2016.06.03 Iraq Mosul 19 0 Nineteen Yazidi girls are put in cages and burned alive for refusing sex with caliphate members.
    2016.06.03 Nigeria Waga 2 3 Boko Haram kill two villagers and abduct three women.
    2016.06.03 Dagestan Ashaga-Stal 1 0 Islamists break into a policeman’s home and murder him in front of his wife and children.
    2016.06.02 Pakistan Faqirabad 1 0 A retired man is shot to death by religious radicals.
    2016.06.02 Syria Latakia 5 0 Five people are reported killed when a suicide bomber strikes a rival mosque.
    2016.06.02 Nigeria Kano 1 0 Muslim youth behead a Christian woman for insulting Muhammad after an argument over religion.
    2016.06.02 Afghanistan Kunduz 2 0 Two civilians, taken hostage after being pulled from a bus, are executed by the Taliban.
    2016.06.02 Afghanistan Sheikh Ali 3 0 A woman is among three aid workers murdered by religious extremists.
    2016.06.01 Libya Sirte 10 40 Ten Libyans are taken out by two ISIS suicide bombers.
    2016.06.01 Iraq Tal Afar 3 0 Three young men are forced to their knees and then shot in the back of the head by the Islamic State.
    2016.06.01 Afghanistan Ghazni 6 13 Fundamentalists storm a court building in a suicide attack that leaves five civilians and one police officer dead.
    2016.06.01 Afghanistan Balkh 1 3 A local police chief is assassinated by Taliban bombers.
    2016.06.01 Somalia Mogadishu 16 55 Islamists stage a suicide assault on a hotel, killing at least sixteen guests.
    2016.06.01 Iraq Mosul 6 0 Six men are executed by the caliphate for selling cigarettes.
    2016.06.01 Sudan Singi 1 0 A Janjaweed-linked militia guns down a rival imam.
    2016.06.01 Iraq Madain 2 9 Jihadis set off a bomb near a sports arena, taking out two bystanders.
    2016.06.01 Iraq Abu Ghraib 2 4 Two Iraqis are eliminated by Mujahid bombers.
    2016.06.01 Iraq Nineveh 13 0 Thirteen people are executed for refusing to join the Islamic State.
    2016.05.31 Nigeria Ninte 3 0 Muslim terrorists burn churches and a pastors home, and hack three villagers to death as they slept.
    2016.05.31 Afghanistan Kunduz 17 30 The Taliban stop four civilian buses and summarily execute seventeen passengers.
    2016.05.31 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 Five Muslim ‘separatists’ ambush and kill two local security personnel.
    2016.05.31 Egypt Qabr Omeir 6 6 Six young police recruits are murdered by an Islamic State linked group.
    2016.05.31 Somalia Galgala Hills 2 0 Two Somalis lose their lives to an al-Shabaab bomb blast.
    2016.05.31 Iraq Suleiman Bek 4 13 A Holy warrior with a suicide vest obliterates four souls along a city street.
    2016.05.31 Mali Gao 4 3 al-Qaeda members murder four UN mission staff.
    2016.05.30 Tanzania Tanga 8 0 Eight people are hacked to death in their beds by suspected Islamists.
    2016.05.30 Iraq Shaab 11 14 Eleven Iraqis are sent to Allah by a Fedayeen suicide car bomber.
    2016.05.30 Iraq Tarmiya 10 24 A Shahid suicide bomber strikes a popular market, killing ten patrons.
    2016.05.30 Iraq Sadr City 3 10 Sunnis take down three Shiites with a motorcycle bomb at a market.
    2016.05.30 Pakistan Mardan 0 12 Children are among the casualties of a suicide bomber.
    2016.05.30 Tunisia Samama Mountain 2 0 Two women collecting herbs are vaporized by an Islamist landmine.
    2016.05.30 Afghanistan Helmand 47 40 A massive two-day assault by the Taliban leaves nearly fifty police and citizens dead.
    2016.05.30 Kenya Bongwe 3 0 Three village elders are shot to death in their homes by al-Shabaab.
    2016.05.30 Syria Palmyra 150 0 A mass grave is discovered containing the remains of one-hundred and fifty victims of ISIS torture and execution.
    2016.05.30 Syria Aleppo 5 21 Five civilians are pulled into pieces by Sunni rockets.
    2016.05.29 Iraq Wilayat al-Jazihra 3 0 The caliphate imposes the ‘rule of Allah’ on three captives by executing them.
    2016.05.29 Iraq Mualimeen 7 35 Seven people are slaughtered at a casino by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.05.29 Iraq Karmardi 11 0 A Shahid with a suicide belt sends eleven souls to Allah.
    2016.05.29 Mali Savare 5 1 Jihadis ambush and murder five UN peacekeepers.
    2016.05.29 Nigeria Biu 5 0 A woman and her baby are among five people slain by Boko Haram bombers.
    2016.05.29 Egypt Sinai 2 3 Fundamentalists kill two local cops with a roadside bomb.
    2016.05.29 Iraq Kahriz 2 21 A chlorine gas attack by ISIS on a small village produces two dead children.
    2016.05.29 Niger Pandogari 4 0 A Muslim mob burns churches and kill four people based on a ‘blasphemous’ post on Facebook.
    2016.05.29 Afghanistan Nadi Ali 4 10 Four local security personnel lose their lives to a Taliban assault.
    2016.05.28 Iraq Baghdad 12 8 Islamists machine-gun a dozen fan watching soccer on television.
    2016.05.28 Iraq Fallujah 2 20 ISIS shrapnel dismantles two women.
    2016.05.28 Syria Raqqa 4 0 Four young men are beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.05.28 Philippines Sulu 2 3 Abu Sayyaf gunmen kill two people during an attempt to kidnap a female physician.
    2016.05.28 Syria Shaddadi 4 18 Three Shahid suicide bombers take out four Kurds.
    2016.05.28 Syria Ain al-Dananeer 1 3 A woman is obliterated by an al-Nusra rocket.
    2016.05.27 Syria Aleppo 1 9 Holy Warriors fire ten rockets into a neighborhood, managing to take down an elderly woman.
    2016.05.27 France Saint Julien du Puy 0 1 An off-duty soldier is stabbed by ISIS supporters while jogging.
    2016.05.27 Mali Bamako 5 4 Five UN peacekeepers are killed from a Jihadi landmine and small arms attack.
    2016.05.26 Pakistan Karachi 2 0 Two Shiites are gunned down by sectarian Jihadis.
    2016.05.26 Iraq Tarmiya 5 3 Five people are killed when ISIS booby-traps a house.
    2016.05.26 Iraq Baghdad 3 10 Three shoppers in a retail district are sent to Allah by Mujahid bombers.
    2016.05.26 Iraq Mishada 4 16 Jihadis strike a commercial area with two bomb blasts, laying out four bystanders.
    2016.05.26 Syria Aleppo 1 0 Sunni snipers pick off a civilian in a Shiite area.
    2016.05.25 Pakistan Peshawar 1 0 A transgender is shot by ‘conservative elements.’
    2016.05.25 India Pulwama 1 1 Muslim terrorists shoot a cop to death and injure a woman.
    2016.05.25 Pakistan Patang Chowk 2 1 Islamists fire on a police vehicle, killing two occupants.
    2016.05.25 Iraq Suleiman Bag 2 6 At least two others are killed by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.05.25 India Kupwara 1 0 A porter is shot to death by Islamic terrorists.
    2016.05.25 Bangladesh Gobindaganj 1 0 A physically disabled Hindu trader’s throat is cut by radicalized Muslims.
    2016.05.25 Syria Aleppo 7 5 Three women and two children are among seven innocents torn to shreds by Sunni rockets.
    2016.05.25 Turkey Hah, Tur Abdin 5 0 At least five people are killed when a suicide bomber targets a checkpoint outside two historic churches.
    2016.05.25 Afghanistan Kabul 11 10 Eleven lives are snuffed out by a suicide bomber on foot targeting a bus carrying court employees.
    2016.05.25 Pakistan Karachi 1 1 Religious extremists gun down an Ahmadi religious minority and injure his friend.
    2016.05.24 Iraq Zafaraniya 2 6 Jihadis bomb a popular restaurant, killing two people.
    2016.05.24 Iraq Mosul 12 0 Twelve civilians are hauled from their homes and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.05.24 Yemen Sanaa 2 2 Sunni extremists are suspected of a university bombing that leaves two dead.
    2016.05.23 Afghanistan Shah Wali Kot 5 4 Five civilians are killed and four others badly wounded by a Taliban bomb blast.
    2016.05.23 Syria Mayadin 1 0 A teenager is publicly stoned to death on charges of being gay.
    2016.05.23 Yemen Jazan 1 3 A Shiite landmine kills a Saudi border guard.
    2016.05.23 India Zadibal 2 2 Islamic militants gun down two cops at close range.
    2016.05.23 Yemen Aden 45 60 At least forty young people lining up for work are blown to bits by two Fedayeen suicide bombers.
    2016.05.23 India Tengpora 1 0 A police officer is shot to death by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.05.23 Pakistan Bara Bandai 2 0 A peace committee member and his guard are assassinated by Islamist gunmen.
    2016.05.23 Syria Jableh 180 300 Children are among one-hundred and eighty innocents incinerated or blown apart by ISIS suicide blasts.
    2016.05.22 Iraq Mosul 19 0 Nineteen young women and men are executed by the Islamic State on charges of apostasy.
    2016.05.22 Iraq Rataba 8 0 Eight people are burned alive in ovens by the caliphate.
    2016.05.22 Sudan Arzini 8 5 Children are among the victims when Arabs fire into a group of Africans at a mosque.
    2016.05.22 Syria Tal Tamr 5 0 Two suicide bombers take out five Kurds.
    2016.05.22 Syria Qamishli 6 15 Six Assyrians are laid out by Allah-praising suicide bombers targeting a Christian restaurant.
    2016.05.22 Afghanistan Herat 1 7 A Taliban rocket claims the life of a civilian.
    2016.05.22 Iraq Suleiman Beg 2 11 Two Shiites are taken out by an ISIS suicide bomber.
    2016.05.21 Iraq Tarmiya 2 7 Two people are blown to bits by a Mujahideen bomb blast at a market.
    2016.05.21 Iraq Dujail 7 28 A Shahid suicide bomber massacres seven patrons at a popular market.
    2016.05.21 Egypt Sheikh Zuweid 3 0 Three local cops are laid out by a fundamentalist bomb blast.
    2016.05.21 Afghanistan Charchino 6 0 A Taliban insider shoots six local cops in the back.
    2016.05.20 Iraq Husseiniya 2 6 A Jihadi bomb blast near a row of shops leaves two dead.
    2016.05.20 Syria Sheikh Maqsoud 1 5 A young girl is killed when terrorists bomb her neighborhood.
    2016.05.20 Syria Idlib 1 0 A woman is vaporized by an ISIS tank shell.
    2016.05.20 Bangladesh Kushtia 1 1 A 55-year-old homoeopathic doctor is hacked to death by Religion of Peace activists.
    2016.05.20 Niger Yebi 8 7 Boko Haram set a village on fire and shoot into it, killing at least eight.
    2016.05.20 Yemen Wilayet 3 0 Fundamentalists gruesomely execute three men – one by crushing his head with a rock.
    2016.05.20 Afghanistan Kabul 1 1 A UN security guard is gunned down by suspected Taliban.
    2016.05.20 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three civilians are captured and beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.05.20 Iran Urmia 5 0 Five Kurdish rights activists are publicly hanged for ‘conspiring against Islam’.
    2016.05.20 Tanzania Mwanza 3 1 Islamic extremists hack three people at a rival mosque to death with machetes.
    2016.05.20 England London 0 4 A Turkish man yelling about Lee Rigby stabs four women in a parking lot on the third anniversary.
    2016.05.19 Germany Baden-Württemberg 1 0 A 70-year-old woman is murdered in her home by a young Muslim who leaves a ‘religious’ note at the scene.
    2016.05.19 Syria Tabqa 3 0 Three citizens of the Islamic State are executed for apostasy.
    2016.05.19 Afghanistan Qalat 8 0 A Taliban in uniform shoots eight unarmed soldiers.
    2016.05.19 Afghanistan Baghlan Jadid 11 0 Five children and two women are among a family of eleven exterminated by Taliban bombers.
    2016.05.19 Iraq Taji 3 10 Mujahideen bomb an industrial district, killing three passersby.
    2016.05.18 Iraq Mosul 25 0 The caliphate tortures and executes twenty-five people with nitric acid.
    2016.05.18 Libya Sirte 24 0 A rights group reports that two dozen people are pulled from their homes by ISIS and ‘unlawfully’ executed.
    2016.05.18 Pakistan Peshawar 1 15 Islamic militants kill a local cop with a bomb.
    2016.05.18 Syria Genderes 1 1 A civilian is killed when ISIS members send rockets into a neighborhood.
    2016.05.18 Iraq Latifiya 9 9 The Islamic State kills nine with a booby-trapped home.
    2016.05.18 Mali Kidal 5 3 Five UN peacekeepers are murdered by religious extremists.
    2016.05.17 Syria Aleppo 1 6 A woman bleeds to death following a Sunni rocket blast.
    2016.05.17 Syria Ghouta 4 12 Four civilian bystanders are killed during a clash between rival Islamist groups.
    2016.05.17 Iraq Daquq 1 0 An ISIS bomb takes out an Australian charity worker trying to protect children.
    2016.05.17 Libya Abugrein 4 5 ISIS shrapnel claims four lives.
    2016.05.17 Iraq Sadr City 30 57 Thirty people at a market are exterminated by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.05.17 Iraq Rashid 8 22 Eight Iraqis are reduced to pulp by an ISIS car bombing.
    2016.05.17 Iraq al-Shaab 41 75 A female suicide bomber murders over forty people who gathered to help victims of an earlier blast.
    2016.05.17 Iraq Habibia 9 0 At least nine patrons are killed when a suicide bomber wades into a packed restaurant and detonates.
    2016.05.16 Iraq Khalidiya 5 15 The Islamic State sends a rocket into a small town, taking out five residents.
    2016.05.16 Iraq Baghdad 4 17 Two Mujahideen bomb blasts leave four dead.
    2016.05.16 India Batapora 1 0 Religious radicals kidnap and execute a carpenter.
    2016.05.16 Afghanistan Khoshamand 7 4 Seven local cops are machine-gunned in their cars by the Taliban.
    2016.05.16 Somalia Mogadishu 2 3 Two others are blown to bits by a suicide car bomber.
    2016.05.16 Chechnya Grozny 0 6 An ISIS suicide bomber detonates after disguising himself as a goat herder.
    2016.05.16 Afghanistan Abkhor 4 0 Four guards at a road construction site are blown to bits by Taliban fundamentalists.
    2016.05.16 Afghanistan Helmand 3 0 Three less radical Muslims are shot in the head by ISIS.
    2016.05.16 Libya Buairat el-Hassun 32 50 Thirty-two locals are taken down by ISIS suicide bombers.
    2016.05.16 Dagestan Suleiman-Stal 1 0 An accountant is gunned down by suspected Islamists.
    2016.05.16 Iraq Bezaas Kanaan 1 0 A farmer is shot to death at his orchard by Sunni extremists.
    2016.05.16 Syria Manbij 1 0 A young man is crucified by the Islamic State.
    2016.05.16 Iraq Tahrir 21 0 A ‘moral accountability’ squad stones a woman and twenty ‘youth’ over illicit relations.
    2016.05.15 Syria Deir Ezzor 10 0 At least ten others are killed when ISIS militants attack and desecrate a non-Muslim cemetery.
    2016.05.15 Iraq Latifiya 7 18 ISIS bombers target a shopping area, killing seven bystanders.
    2016.05.15 Syria Aleppo 2 0 Two locals are brutally murdered by teenage French ISIS.
    2016.05.15 Iraq Taji 14 21 A suicide bomb attack on a cooking gas factory leaves fourteen others dead.
    2016.05.15 Iraq Baghdad 8 28 Suicide bombers murder eight Iraqis.
    2016.05.15 Yemen Mukalla 41 60 Forty-one police recruits are obliterated by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.05.15 Yemen Hadramawt 6 1 Six police officers are disassembled by an ISIS bomber.
    2016.05.15 Egypt al-Arish 1 1 Fundamentalists assassinate a young police recruit.
    2016.05.14 Iraq Amiriyat Fallujah 6 18 A wave of suicide bombers manage to take down only a half-dozen others.
    2016.05.14 Syria Qamishli 6 15 Terrorists kill six civilians with a car bomb.
    2016.05.14 Nigeria Ajaji 1 2 Muslim ‘nomads’ attack three women, beheading one and leaving the others with deep machete wounds.
    2016.05.14 Bangladesh Bandarban 1 0 An elderly Buddhist monk is hacked to death by Religion of Peace activists.
    2016.05.14 Afghanistan Nad Ali 3 9 Three people are laid out by a Shahid suicide car bomber.
    2016.05.14 Dagestan Derbent 2 15 Islamic State operatives open fire on police, killing two.
    2016.05.14 Syria Deir Ezzor 20 0 ISIS members assault a hospital, killing twenty inside.
    2016.05.14 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A man is crucified in line with ‘Quranic punishment’.
    2016.05.14 Pakistan Gomal 1 0 A member of a peace committee is gunned down by religious extremists.
    2016.05.14 Thailand Sai Buri 1 0 Muslim terrorists are thought responsible for slaying a 55-year-old man on his way home.
    2016.05.14 Somalia Aden Yabal 4 0 Four tribal elders are executed by Islamic hardliners.
    2016.05.13 Iraq Balad 4 0 Four guards at a vegetable market are turned to paste by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.05.13 Iraq Balad 16 20 Sixteen people at a café are machine-gunned by three Islamists for being soccer fans.
    2016.05.13 Iraq Mosul 11 0 Eleven civilians are executed by an ISIS firing squad for using cell phones.
    2016.05.13 Syria al-Zara 19 0 Nineteen religious minorities, including six women are butchered in their homes by al-Nusra.
    2016.05.13 Syria Aleppo 7 0 Two children are among seven civilians pulled into pieces by Sunni shrapnel.
    2016.05.13 Nigeria Tarfi 60 11 Muslim terrorists raid a village and massacre sixty residents.
    2016.05.12 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 10 Three others are killed by two ISIS suicide bombers.
    2016.05.12 Iraq Nineveh 5 0 ISIS forces five civilians to shoot kneeling apostates in the head.
    2016.05.12 Yemen Mukalla 13 15 An ISIS suicide attack leaves thirteen dead.
    2016.05.12 Nigeria Maiduguri 8 19 A Fedayeen suicide bombing claims eight innocents.
    2016.05.12 Mali Gao 2 0 Two local soldiers are killed by a Jihadist landmine and ambush.
    2016.05.12 Iraq Jarayshi 17 0 Seventeen Iraqis are blown to bits by suicide truck bombers.
    2016.05.12 Kenya Shamu 1 2 A man is machine-gunned in his own living room by al-Shabaab.
    2016.05.11 Pakistan Faisalbad 3 0 Three young women from the same family are shot dead by a conservative relative on suspicion of ‘illicit relations’.
    2016.05.11 Yemen Hadramawt 4 0 An al-Qaeda suicide bomber takes out four other people.
    2016.05.11 Iraq Sadr City 68 165 A suicide bomber targets a Shiite commercial district and slaughters over sixty near a beauty salon.
    2016.05.11 Iraq Kadhimiya 17 43 A Fedayeen suicide bomber detonates near a Shiite shrine, killing seventeen innocents.
    2016.05.11 Iraq Jamea 13 31 Over a dozen Iraqis are eliminated by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.05.11 Nigeria Maiduguri 4 0 Two bombings, one a suicide attack on a mosque, kill four people.
    2016.05.10 Israel Jerusalem 0 2 Two elderly women are stabbed by a Palestinian terrorist.
    2016.05.10 Iraq Mahmoudiya 2 9 Two civilians are sectionalized by a Jihadi bomb blast at a market.
    2016.05.10 Iraq Baqubah 3 0 Three truck drivers are stopped and summarily executed by caliphate advocates.
    2016.05.10 Nigeria Biu 3 0 Boko Haram set fire to two villages, killing three residents.
    2016.05.10 Afghanistan Lashkar Gah 15 0 Armed fundamentalists overrun two checkpoints and massacre fifteen policemen.
    2016.05.10 Iraq Qayyarah 45 0 Forty-five people are buried alive by the caliphate.
    2016.05.10 Pakistan Quetta 2 5 Taliban bombers murder two guards outside a university.
    2016.05.10 Afghanistan Nazyan 11 22 Four children are among eleven blown to bits when a suicide bomber detonates outside a home.
    2016.05.10 Germany Grafing 1 3 A man shouting praises to Allah stabs four commuters at a train station.
    2016.05.10 Iraq Riyadh 5 0 Three children are among a family of five burned alive for trying to escape the caliphate.
    2016.05.09 Chechnya Grozny 1 4 A local cop is killed by a suicide bomber.
    2016.05.09 Iraq Baqubah 16 54 An Islamic State suicide car bomb liberates sixteen souls outside a bakery, including children.
    2016.05.09 Iraq Mosul 11 0 Eleven “enemies of Allah” are executed by a Sharia court and thrown into a ditch.
    2016.05.09 Philippines Tubigan 1 1 Islamic terrorists target and kill a ‘Christian’ soldier.
    2016.05.09 Pakistan Shrengal 4 0 Suspected Islamist open fire on a car, killing four, including a woman.
    2016.05.09 Somalia Mogadishu 4 9 Fedayeen suicide bombers murder four outside a police station.
    2016.05.09 Pakistan Lodhran 1 0 A journalist is murdered by a Muslim family for helping one of their own marry by choice – contrary to Sharia.
    2016.05.08 Thailand Thanto 1 0 A rubber tapper is gunned down by Muslim militants while on his way home.
    2016.05.08 Iraq Jeraishi 5 8 A Shahid suicide bomber extinguishes five other lives.
    2016.05.08 Iraq Mosul 8 0 Eight civilians are publicly executed by a Sharia court.
    2016.05.08 Saudi Arabia Taif 1 0 Terrorists open fire on a police station, killing an officer.
    2016.05.08 Iraq Baghdad 6 11 A suicide bomber detonates at a funeral, taking six mourners with him.
    2016.05.08 Syria Aleppo 4 10 Two women and two children are killed when Sunni extremists shell their neighborhood.
    2016.05.08 Egypt Helwan 8 0 Eight local cops are machine-gunned point-blank while sitting in a bus.
    2016.05.08 Uganda Mbaale 1 0 A young woman is strangled by her husband for leaving Islam for Christianity.
    2016.05.08 Pakistan Gujaranwala 1 0 A 14-year-old Christian is hanged, allegedly for his faith.
    2016.05.07 Syria Manbij 1 0 Devout Muslims toss a gay man from a roof top.
    2016.05.07 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 5 A suicide bomber blows up himself and three others.
    2016.05.07 Iraq Madain 2 11 Jihadis set off a bomb at a football stadium, killing two spectators.
    2016.05.07 Afghanistan Kandahar 2 0 Two NATO peacekeepers are shot in the back by Taliban in uniform.
    2016.05.07 Libya Benghazi 5 11 Five protesters are killed when suspected Islamists send shells into their demonstration.
    2016.05.07 Pakistan Karachi 1 2 A Sufi religious minority is hacked to death by mainstream Islamists.
    2016.05.07 Bangladesh Rajshahi 1 0 A Sufi leader is hacked to death by Islamists.
    2016.05.07 Pakistan Saddar 1 1 A conservative family shoots two sisters for helping another elope.
    2016.05.07 Nigeria Coromo 12 18 Two women and three children are among a dozen villagers butchered by Fulani mercenaries.
    2016.05.07 Pakistan Karachi 2 1 Two prominent Shiites, including a liberal rights activist, are shot to death by sectarian Jihadis.
    2016.05.07 Iraq Nasir 21 0 Six women and four children are among twenty-one civilians blown to bits by ISIS bombers.
    2016.05.07 Afghanistan Jani Khel 2 0 Two local cops are kidnapped and murdered by religious extremists.
    2016.05.07 Afghanistan Khanqa 1 0 An accused adulteress is forced to kneel, then shot in the head by Sharia enthusiasts.
    2016.05.06 DRC Ituri 13 0 Thirteen innocents are hacked to death by the Muslim Defense International.
    2016.05.06 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 13 Mujahideen bombers dismantle three innocentshttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2016-05/08/c_135343118.htm.
    2016.05.06 Pakistan Miryali 2 0 Two Shiite school teachers are shot dead in a targeted attack.
    2016.05.06 Pakistan Di Khan 2 0 Two Shiite lawyers are gunned down in a targeted attack.
    2016.05.06 India Kupwara 1 0 Islamic terrorists murder a border guard.
    2016.05.06 Bangladesh Satkhira 1 0 The caretaker for a Hindu temple is stabbed to death by a Muslim gang.
    2016.05.06 Yemen Marib 7 15 Seven patrons are left dead after suspected fundamentalists bomb a market selling qat.
    2016.05.06 Syria Deir Ezzor 5 0 Five civilians are executed by the caliphate for apostasy.
    2016.05.06 DRC Biane 4 0 Four people are hacked to death by ADF Islamists.
    2016.05.06 Afghanistan Zabul 4 1 Four small children from the same family are vaporized by Taliban bombers.
    2016.05.05 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A 7-year-old boy is executed in the public square by a Sharia court for ‘insulting divinity’.
    2016.05.05 Libya Zamzam 5 6 Five people at are laid out by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.05.05 Syria Homs 12 49 A dozen people are modularized by a pair of Fedayeen suicide bombers, including four children and three women.
    2016.05.05 Afghanistan Qadis 5 5 Fundamentalists take out five civilians with a remote-controlled bomb.
    2016.05.05 Turkey Kilis 1 8 A 5-year-old girl bleeds to death following an ISIS rocket attack on her neighborhood.
    2016.05.05 Iraq Haswa 5 14 Five mourners are killed by a bomb planted at a graveyard.
    2016.05.04 Iraq Mosqul 5 0 Five girls are pulled from their homes and executed after their families could not pay a special tax to the caliph.
    2016.05.04 Syria Khween 15 0 Four children are among fifteen civilians murdered by Jabhat al-Nusra.
    2016.05.04 Nigeria Zamfara 10 0 Muslim terrorists slaughter ten villagers in their homes.
    2016.05.04 Syria Aleppo 3 1 al-Nusra militants take out three family members with a rocket attack on their home.
    2016.05.04 Iraq Hawija 4 2 ISIS bombers pick off four civilians trying to flee the caliphate.
    2016.05.03 Iraq Yusufiya 2 8 Two people lose their lives when Mujahid bombers target a vegetable market.
    2016.05.03 DRC Beni 34 0 ADF Islamists hack and slash thirty-four Christian villagers to death in their own homes, including eight women and four children.
    2016.05.03 Iraq Tal Afar 5 0 Five women are executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.05.03 Cameroon Mora 1 0 A 14-year-old girl is killed when a suicide bomber goes off next to her.
    2016.05.03 Syria Aleppo 9 45 al-Nusra fire 60 mortars into a Christian residential area, killing nine innocents.
    2016.05.03 Bangladesh Chuadanga 0 2 Islamists toss a bomb into the home of a Christian family.
    2016.05.02 Thailand Tak Bai 1 0 Muslim bombers kill the member of a local security patrol.
    2016.05.02 Pakistan Thakal Bala 0 18 Terrorists toss a hand grenade into a rival mosque.
    2016.05.02 Iraq Baghdad 18 45 Eighteen Shiite pilgrims are reduced to pulp by a Sunni car bomb.
    2016.05.02 Syria Aleppo 3 17 Sunni Radicals fire a rocket at a hospital, killing three women.
    2016.05.02 Iraq Mosul 4 0 Four young Yazidi women are dragged to the public square and shot in the head for trying to escape sex slavery.
    2016.05.02 Iraq Baghdad 3 0 Three more Shiite pilgrims are taken out by Sunni bombers.
    2016.05.01 Nigeria Fadan Karshi 2 0 A man and his nephew are shot in the head in their own home by Fulani terrorists.
    2016.05.01 Turkey Gaziantep 2 23 An ISIS suicide car bombers detonates at a police station, killing two officers.
    2016.05.01 Iraq Samawa 38 86 Several children are among over three dozen dead when two suicide car bomb blasts go off in different areas.
    2016.05.01 Syria Raqqa 4 0 Four teenagers are beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.05.01 Yemen Aden 5 0 Five people are taken down by a Fedayeen suicide car bomber.
    2016.05.01 Somalia Runirgood 22 10 Twenty-two defenders of a small town are killed during an al-Shabaab attack that began with a suicide bomber.
    2016.04.30 Iraq Dora 23 48 A Sunni suicide bomber sends two dozen Shiite pilgrims straight to Allah.
    2016.04.30 Pakistan Oghi 1 0 A woman is honor killed by her family over a sexual affair.
    2016.04.30 Bangladesh Gopalpur 1 0 A Hindu tailor is hacked to death for ‘slurring the Prophet’.
    2016.04.30 Syria Aleppo 25 0 Over two dozen civilians are exterminated by an al-Nusra mortar attack on their neighborhood.
    2016.04.30 Nigeria Dadawa 2 0 A man and his daughter are burnt alive in their church by Boko Haram.
    2016.04.29 Iraq Baiji 11 12 Four suicide car bombers kill eleven Iraqis.
    2016.04.29 Iraq Makhoul 3 2 Three local cops are taken out by an ISIS suicide bomber.
    2016.04.29 Syria Aleppo 15 30 At least fifteen worshippers are killed when Sunnis shell a rival mosque during Friday prayers.
    2016.04.29 Dagestan Shamil 1 0 A retired man is murdered by suspected Islamists.
    2016.04.28 Pakistan Donga Gali 1 0 Fifteen members of a jirga council ‘honor kill’ a 16-year-old girl by burning her alive in a van for helping a couple elope.
    2016.04.28 Syria Manbij 2 0 Two young men are beheaded by ISIS.
    2016.04.28 Syria Aleppo 6 43 Terrorists shell an Armenian district, killing six residents.
    2016.04.28 Afghanistan Herat 1 1 Suspected Taliban shoot a man to death and wound his 7-year-old son.
    2016.04.28 Pakistan Fareed 1 0 A teenage girl is beaten and then stabbed to death after disregarding her conservative brother’s instructions not to talk to boys.
    2016.04.28 Afghanistan Laghman 5 3 The Taliban kill five local cops in two separate terror attacks.
    2016.04.28 Thailand Yala 1 5 A Muslim bomb targeting military engineers on a humanitarian mission leaves one dead.
    2016.04.28 Iraq Tuz Khurmatu 1 0 A Shiite militia sniper picks off a teenager from a distance.
    2016.04.28 Iraq Mosul 1 0 A Christian girl is burned alive in her home when her family is unable to pay jizya.
    2016.04.27 Afghanistan Mehtarlam 3 0 A police officer turns fundamentalist and shoot three others in the back.
    2016.04.27 Iraq Mosul 28 0 Twenty-eight civilians are executed for trying to flee the caliphate.
    2016.04.27 Iraq Mahmoudiya 2 7 Two patrons are laid out by a Mujahideen bomb blast at a popular market.
    2016.04.27 Pakistan Shopian 1 0 Islamic militants gun down a shopkeeper.
    2016.04.27 Egypt al-Arish 3 8 Three local cops are brought down by an al-Qaeda affiliate.
    2016.04.27 Syria Aziziye 4 25 Four innocents lose their lives to Sunni shrapnel.
    2016.04.27 Pakistan Pir Mahal 1 0 A Christian boy is lynched for flirting with a Muslim girl.
    2016.04.26 Somalia Baidoa 8 13 Islamists fire an RPG into a government convoy, killing eight occupants.
    2016.04.26 Syria al-Zahra 19 120 Sunni hardliners pour rocket fire into a small town, killing at least sixteen civilians – including children.
    2016.04.26 Philippines Jolo 1 0 The severed head of a Canadian retiree is found seven months after his capture by Abu Sayyaf.
    2016.04.26 Iraq Faysaliya 7 0 Seven civilians are reportedly drowned in metal cages by a Sharia court.
    2016.04.25 Iraq Baghdad 7 32 An ISIS suicide bomber massacres seven people in a shopping district.
    2016.04.25 Syria Aleppo 2 6 Two civilians are reduced to rubble by a Sunni rocket attack on a café district.
    2016.04.25 Thailand Yala 2 0 Two rubber traders are gunned down by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.04.25 Iraq Baghdad 11 39 Eleven people standing outside a cinema in a Shiite district are eliminated by Sunni extremists.
    2016.04.25 Thailand Narathiwat 1 11 A 33-year-old dies from wounds following a Muslim bomb blast.
    2016.04.25 Iraq Tahrir 7 0 A family of seven, including two women and a 6-year-old, are pulled from their home and shot in the head by Islamic State loyalists.
    2016.04.25 Iraq Mosul 4 0 Four young people are arrested at a university and then burned alive by caliphate members.
    2016.04.25 Bangladesh Kashimpur 1 0 A man is shot in front of a pharmacy at close range by Islamic militants.
    2016.04.25 Nigeria Enugu 48 60 Forty-eight people are reported dead after Muslim terrorists attack their village, hacking, shooting, and burning their homes and church.
    2016.04.25 Iraq Salahiya 3 0 Three women are executed for refusing to blow themselves up at a refugee camp.
    2016.04.25 Syria Sayyida Zeinab 6 42 A car bomb strikes a Shiite mosque, killing six bystanders.
    2016.04.25 Bangladesh Dhaka 2 0 A gay rights magazine editor is stabbed to death along with a companion by five men shouting praises to Allah.
    2016.04.24 Iraq Roufa 6 8 Six Iraqis are laid out by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.04.24 Iraq Baghdad 2 2 Suicide bombers kill two guards outside a rival mosque.
    2016.04.24 Turkey Kilis 2 26 Two civilians are torn to shreds by an ISIS rocket.
    2016.04.24 Syria Aleppo 11 0 al-Qaeda linked militant send mortars into a residential neighborhood, killing eleven.
    2016.04.24 Afghanistan Helmand 2 2 Two lives are extinguished by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.04.24 Yemen Mukalla 7 14 Seven security personnel are blown up by al-Qaeda bombers.
    2016.04.24 Nigeria Alau 30 0 Thirty herdsmen and their families are massacred by Boko Haram.
    2016.04.24 Thailand Yala 1 0 Muslim ‘insurgents’ gun down a guard at a bank.
    2016.04.23 Bangladesh Tungipara 1 0 A 75-year-old Hindu is stabbed to death over his religion by a young Muslim.
    2016.04.23 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Two women are dragged to a market and executed by ISIS.
    2016.04.23 Iraq Garma 4 15 Four locals are blown to bits by a Fedayeen suicide car bomber.
    2016.04.23 Syria Idlib 4 3 A Fedayeen suicide bomber murders four rivals.
    2016.04.23 Bangladesh Rajshahi 1 0 An ‘atheist’ professor is hacked to death by Islamists.
    2016.04.23 Iraq Baghdad 10 28 A suicide car bomber successfully kills ten Iraqis.
    2016.04.23 Libya Brega 1 7 A guard at an oil plant is gunned down by ISIS.
    2016.04.23 Syria Damascus 1 1 A woman bleeds out following a Sunni mortar attack on a refugee camp.
    2016.04.23 Iraq Baghdad 4 8 A Shahid suicide bomber snuffs out four souls in a suburb.
    2016.04.22 Iraq Mosul 161 0 One-hundred and sixty-one more Yazidi women and girls than previously reported are executed for refusing sex slavery.
    2016.04.22 Syria Raqqa 1 0 Video shows fundamentalists beheading a man with a necklace bomb.
    2016.04.22 Iraq Dukok 3 0 Three Yazidi sex slaves are killed trying to flee captivity.
    2016.04.22 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A magician is beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.04.22 Iraq Abu Ghraib 2 9 Islamist bombers murder two people.
    2016.04.22 Iraq Baghdad 9 25 At least nine worshippers at a Shiite mosque are blown to bits by a Sunni suicide bomber.
    2016.04.22 Pakistan Pir Baba 1 0 A Sikh activist is assassinated by Islamists.
    2016.04.22 Turkey Kilis 4 0 An ISIS rocket claims the lives of four people, including a 14-year-old boy.
    2016.04.21 Somalia Baay 6 0 al-Shabaab bombers take out six AU peacekeepers.
    2016.04.21 Iraq Ramadi 6 0 ISIS members booby-trap the homes of civilians, killing six.
    2016.04.21 Afghanistan Kunar 2 4 Two local cops are murdered by Taliban bombers.
    2016.04.21 Nigeria Banki 7 9 Two women and their babies are among seven people exterminated by two suicide bombers at a refugee camp.
    2016.04.21 Iraq Madain 2 8 Two people at a café lose their lives to Mujahid bombers.
    2016.04.21 Iraq Baghdad 6 20 A half-dozen Iraqis are shot or blown up in a series of attacks by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.04.20 Iraq Baghdad 2 8 Jihadis bomb a popular market, killing two patrons.
    2016.04.20 Nigeria Zango 11 6 Boko Haram gunmen fire into a village, then at fleeing residents, taking out eleven.
    2016.04.20 Iraq Mosul 5 0 Sharia proponents throw five accused homosexuals to their deaths from the roof of a building.
    2016.04.20 Pakistan Orangi 7 0 Islamic militants brutally murder seven guards for an polio vaccination team.
    2016.04.20 Syria Yarmouk 20 0 Twenty Palestinians at a refugee camp are reportedly beheaded by ISIS.
    2016.04.20 Syria Aleppo 1 2 Sunni snipers pick off a Shiite woman.
    2016.04.20 Thailand Songkhla 1 11 A 62-year-old is killed, and an 11-year-old boy is among the injured, when Muslim militants set off a bomb at a grocery.
    2016.04.20 Egypt Sinai 6 12 Beit Ansar al-Maqdis members fire a missile at a police convoy, killing six officers.
    2016.04.20 Iraq Ramadi 40 0 Women and children are among forty victims of Islamic State execution found in a mass grave.
    2016.04.20 Iraq Nineveh 14 0 Seven employees at a police station and seven more at a market are executed by caliphate members.
    2016.04.20 Iraq Hawija 2 1 An 11-year-old girl is among two Yazidi girls killed while trying to escape caliphate sex slavery.
    2016.04.19 Uganda Kanginima 0 1 A 22-year-old Christian woman is beaten and gang-raped in a targeted attack by followers of a local imam.
    2016.04.19 Thailand Songkhla 1 11 A child is among the casualties of an Islamic ‘separatist’ bomb blast outside a grocery store.
    2016.04.19 Iraq Baghdad 2 5 Jihadis set off a bomb outside a row of shops, killing two passersby.
    2016.04.19 Pakistan Dhok Lona 4 0 A conservative Muslims shoots his own daughter and three other family members to death in an honor killing.
    2016.04.19 Iraq Makhmour 13 18 Thirteen Kurds are killed following an ISIS chemical attack.
    2016.04.19 Afghanistan Kabul 64 347 Over sixty are killed when religious extremists stage a massive attack on a government building that begins with a suicide bombing.
    2016.04.19 Pakistan Mardan 1 23 A Shahid suicide bomber takes out one person at a tax office.
    2016.04.19 Egypt Sheikh Zuweid 3 8 Fundamentalists exterminate three local cops with an RPG.
    2016.04.18 Iraq Abu Karma 1 5 A boy on a farm is disassembled by a terrorist mortar shell.
    2016.04.18 Syria Kefraya 3 5 An ISIS rocket ends the lives of three children.
    2016.04.18 Syria Hama 2 3 Two civilians bleed to death after their neighborhood is hit with a Sunni rocket attack.
    2016.04.18 Turkey Kilis 4 6 Three children are among four people cut to ribbons by ISIS shrapnel.
    2016.04.18 Israel Jerusalem 0 21 An Hamas suicide bomber detonates on a passenger bus.
    2016.04.18 Somalia Mogadishu 4 0 An Islamist shooting and suicide blast leaves four civilians dead.
    2016.04.18 Egypt al-Arish 2 11 Religious radicals murder two civilians with a roadside bomb.
    2016.04.17 Iraq Mosul 2 0 A photojournalist and his brother are pulled from their home and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.04.17 Pakistan Zakha Khel 1 0 A guard is killed when a suicide bomber tries to enter a bazaar.
    2016.04.17 Yemen Aden 4 2 A Fedayeen suicide bomber kills four people at a checkpoint.
    2016.04.17 Somalia Mogadishu 1 1 Suspected al-Shabaab gun down a cleaning woman outside the UN headquarters.
    2016.04.17 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A man is beheaded and crucified by the Islamic State.
    2016.04.16 Iraq Kirkuk 1 0 An imam at a mosque is assassinated by Religion of Peace rivals.
    2016.04.16 Bahrain Karbabad 1 2 Shiite radicals are suspected of burning a police officer alive.
    2016.04.16 Iraq Tarmiya 2 4 Two Iraqis are murdered by Mujahideen bombers.
    2016.04.16 Germany Essen 0 3 ISIS-inspired teens bomb a Sikh wedding.
    2016.04.15 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A man is beheaded for alleged ‘sorcery’.
    2016.04.15 Libya Benghazi 6 25 Six Libyans are taken out by a suicide bomber at a cement factory.
    2016.04.15 Libya Benghazi 2 3 An ISIS car bomb near a cemetery leaves two dead.
    2016.04.14 Afghanistan Takhar 8 0 Taliban ambush and murder eight local security personnel.
    2016.04.14 Iraq Mahmoudiya 2 7 Two people at a market are sectionalized by a Mujahideen bomb blast.
    2016.04.13 Libya Misrata 1 4 A security guard is killed during an ISIS drive-by.
    2016.04.13 Turkey Kilis 2 8 Two lives are cut short by an ISIS rocket attack on a small town.
    2016.04.12 Mali Tessalit 3 1 Three French peacekeepers are reduced to pulp by an Islamist landmine.
    2016.04.12 Iraq Madain 3 5 Three people are torn limb from limb by a Jihadi bomb blast.
    2016.04.12 Turkey Gaziantep 1 0 A journalist dies after being shot in the head by Islamists.
    2016.04.12 Iraq Mosul 1 0 Caliphate members execute a university student in front of his home.
    2016.04.12 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three women at a market are forced to their knees and shot in the head by the Islamic State.
    2016.04.12 Pakistan Sabzi Mandi 1 2 Taliban militants kill a government employee in a targeted attack.
    2016.04.12 Libya Bani Waleed 7 2 Seven others die after an attack by ISIS gunmen.
    2016.04.12 Philippines Butig 2 4 Two sawmill workers are beheaded by Muslim extremists.
    2016.04.12 Yemen Aden 5 7 A Shahid suicide bomber sends five other souls to Allah.
    2016.04.12 Thailand Mae Lan 3 0 A Buddhist monk is among three Thais murdered by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.04.12 Afghanistan Mingora 1 0 The Taliban shoot an official to death after he stops to buy fruit.
    2016.04.11 Turkey Kilis 1 11 A 74-year-old man dies from injuries suffered from ISIS rocket shrapnel.
    2016.04.11 Nigeria Gashak 44 0 Fulani terrorists invade two villages and massacre over forty residents.
    2016.04.11 Pakistan Karachi 1 0 A secular-leaning party activist is assassinate in a tea room by suspected fundamentalists.
    2016.04.11 Afghanistan Wesh 7 0 A Taliban in police uniform murders seven border guards.
    2016.04.11 Afghanistan Kabul 14 38 A suicide bomber on a motorcycle slaughters fourteen people.
    2016.04.11 Somalia Mogadishu 5 7 Children are among those killed by an al-Shabaab bomb blast outside a restaurant.
    2016.04.11 Thailand Songkla 2 8 A 4-year-old boy is among two killed when Muslim terrorists bomb a train station.
    2016.04.10 Iraq Hit 6 12 An Islamic State suicide bomber targets fleeing families, killing six members.
    2016.04.10 Nigeria Abraka 1 0 A 52-year-old university staffer is shot twice in the head by militant Muslims.
    2016.04.10 Iraq Zab 6 4 ISIS landmines take out a half dozen civilians.
    2016.04.10 Syria Azaz 20 0 Twenty civilians are reported killed when ISIS members assault several small towns.
    2016.04.09 Philippines Bula 1 0 Ansar al Khilafah members behead a 43-year-old non-Muslim.
    2016.04.09 Yemen Ahwar 19 0 Nineteen local soldiers are ambushed, captured and beheaded by al-Qaeda.
    2016.04.09 Iraq Baghdad 2 8 Jihadis bomb a popular market, killing two patrons.
    2016.04.09 Iraq Albu Bali 4 10 A suicide car bomber takes out four Iraqis.
    2016.04.09 Iraq Madain 4 18 Mujahid bombers murder four young people at a soccer match.
    2016.04.09 Philippines Basilan 18 53 Abu Sayyaf ambush and kill eighteen local security personnel, some of which are beheaded.
    2016.04.09 Somalia Mogadishu 6 5 A Fedayeen suicide car bomber rams a busy restaurant, taking out six bystanders.
    2016.04.09 Syria Damascus 4 0 Four cement workers are murdered on account of their being members of the Druze religious minority.
    2016.04.09 Syria Darb Hassan 6 3 A half-dozen children are disassembled by an ISIS landmine.
    2016.04.09 Syria Qaryatain 21 0 Three women are among twenty-one Christians murdered in cold blood for refusing to submit to Islam.
    2016.04.08 Pakistan Karachi 3 0 Three Shiites are gunned down by Sunnis after Friday prayers, including a father and son.
    2016.04.08 Somalia Hamar Weyne 3 10 Islamists send mortars into a seaside district, killing three residents.
    2016.04.07 Iraq Abu Ghraib 2 8 Two people are killed when Mujahideen set off a bomb blast near a market.
    2016.04.07 Egypt Sheikh Zuweid 4 14 A woman is among four people laid out by Islamic bombers.
    2016.04.07 Syria Aleppo 23 100 ISIS sends shells containing chemical agents into a residential neighborhood, choking two dozen residents to death.
    2016.04.07 Syria Raqqa 2 0 A video shows a gay man thrown to his death and stoned, while another is beheaded.
    2016.04.07 Egypt al-Arish 3 1 Terrorists murder three young police recruits with a roadside bomb.
    2016.04.07 Thailand Pattani 1 0 Islamic terrorists shoot a 31-year-old man to death.
    2016.04.07 Nigeria Gurum 20 0 At least twenty innocents are slaughtered when Boko Haram members burn their village.
    2016.04.06 Syria Aleppo 18 70 A pregnant woman and three children are among over a dozen left dead after terrorists fire rockets into a Kurdish neighborhood.
    2016.04.06 Bangladesh Dhaka 1 0 A secular student activist is hacked to death at a university by three devotees chanting praises to Allah.
    2016.04.06 Niger Diffa 3 3 Three civilians are reduced to disparate parts by two Fedayeen suicide bombers.
    2016.04.06 Iraq Fallujah 15 0 The caliphate burns fifteen civilians alive for trying to flee.
    2016.04.06 Thailand Narathiwat 2 0 Two villagers are machine-gunned in their pick-up truck by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.04.06 Afghanistan Andar 1 9 A civilian bleeds out after the Taliban spray a vehicle with bullets.
    2016.04.06 Pakistan Wandala 1 1 A Muslim gang slits the throat of a disabled Christian for trying to defend members of his community.
    2016.04.05 Iraq Mahmoudiya 2 7 A marketplace blast leaves two patrons in pieces.
    2016.04.05 Iraq Baghdad 1 2 A suicide bomber manages to kill one other person.
    2016.04.05 Pakistan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 4 0 Four people, including two refugees, are gunned down by Islamic militants.
    2016.04.05 Afghanistan Parwan 6 22 Children are among six killed when a suicide bomber detonates near a school.
    2016.04.05 Saudi Arabia Dawadmi 1 0 ISIS snipers pick off a local military officer.
    2016.04.04 Syria Aleppo 8 20 Eight residents are killed when al-Nusra lob rocket shells into a neighborhood.
    2016.04.04 Nigeria Izghe 5 0 At least five others are killed when Boko Haram launch an attack on a small town.
    2016.04.04 Libya Jufra 1 1 One person is murdered by ISIS.
    2016.04.04 Iraq Nasiriyah 14 27 A suicide bomber detonates at a restaurant frequented by Shiites, killing at least fourteen.
    2016.04.04 Iraq Basra 5 10 Five Iraqis are blown to bits by a Fedayeen suicide bomber at a commercial area.
    2016.04.04 Iraq Sadr al-Qanat 6 13 A half-dozen people lose their lives to a suicide car bomber.
    2016.04.04 Iraq Mishahda 4 10 A Shahid suicide car bomber hits a government building, killing four employees.
    2016.04.04 Syria Raqqa 8 0 Eight young people are crucified by the Islamic State.
    2016.04.04 Afghanistan Dawlat Abad 6 0 Sunni fundamentalists ambush and murder six local cops.
    2016.04.04 Afghanistan Khewa 2 6 Two civilians are laid out by a Taliban bomb blast.
    2016.04.03 India Sahaspur 1 1 Suspected Mujahid gun down a man in front of his wife and children.
    2016.04.03 Yemen Marib 3 17 Three civilians are left dead after a Shiite militant attack on a hospital.
    2016.04.02 Iraq Tarmiya 1 0 Islamic militants storm a house and kill a woman.
    2016.04.02 Syria Aleppo 1 5 A child is disassembled by a Sunni mortar shell.
    2016.04.02 Syria Raqqa 1 0 Caliphate members murder a man in front of his family and hang from a traffic light.
    2016.04.02 Libya Maradah 2 0 Two guards at an oil field are murdered by ISIS.
    2016.04.01 Syria Palmyra 40 0 A mass grave is discovered containing women and children among other victims of the Islamic State.
    2016.04.01 Thailand Raman 2 1 Runda Kumpulan Kecil Islamists spray a tea shop with bullets, killing two villagers.
    2016.03.31 Nigeria Abbi 2 19 Two siblings are hacked to death by Fulani mercenaries.
    2016.03.31 Iraq Makhmour 11 0 Eleven Iraqis are take out by two suicide car bombers.
    2016.03.31 Thailand Bangpu 1 12 A series of bomb attacks leaves a civilian dead and a dozen others wounded.
    2016.03.31 Pakistan Battagram 2 0 Two employees at an Islamic seminary are shot to death on suspicion of sexual activity.
    2016.03.31 Niger Diffa 6 3 A half-dozen security personnel are ambushed and killed by a radical Islamist group.
    2016.03.31 Iraq Fallujah 35 0 Thirty-five civilians are executed by firing squad for attempting to flee the caliphate.
    2016.03.31 Iraq Mosul 15 0 Fifteen civilians are electrocuted by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.31 Somalia Galkayo 9 10 Ten people are torn limb from limb by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.03.31 Iraq Makhmour 4 1 Four people are blown to bits by two suicide bombers.
    2016.03.31 Iraq Tarmiyah 3 7 Mujahideen set off a bomb near a popular market, successfully killing three passersby.
    2016.03.31 Syria Manbij 2 0 Fundamentalists stone a man and woman to death over suspected adultery.
    2016.03.30 Thailand Prado 1 0 A 40-year-old Buddhist man is gunned down by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.03.30 Dagestan Sirtych 1 0 A suicide bomber kills one other person.
    2016.03.30 Afghanistan Zabul 2 1 Suspected Taliban bombers exterminate two young children.
    2016.03.30 Somalia Mogadishu 6 6 Six people are killed in a drive-by shooting by al-Qaeda linked militants.
    2016.03.29 Syria Deir Ezzor 1 0 A boy is shot to death for helping his sister-in-law escape the caliphate.
    2016.03.29 Iraq Salahudin 11 0 Eleven members of a single family are murdered in their own home by Mujahideen.
    2016.03.29 Dagestan Makhachkala 1 2 ISIS claims responsibility for a car bomb attack that leaves one dead.
    2016.03.29 Syria Manbij 1 0 A young woman is beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.29 Iraq Baghdad 7 23 A Shahid suicide bomber detonates amid a group of civilians, laying out seven.
    2016.03.29 Afghanistan Kabul 2 3 A bomb planted by Sunni fundamentalists takes out a woman and teenager.
    2016.03.29 Thailand Ra-Ngae 3 9 Islamist ‘rebels’ ambush a police convoy, killing three members.
    2016.03.28 Afghanistan Kabul 1 0 Islamists fire rockets at the parliament building, killing a guard.
    2016.03.28 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three Kurdish captives are beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.28 Iraq Mosul 15 0 Fifteen civilians are rounded up and executed by caliphate members.
    2016.03.27 Thailand Yarang 2 0 Two guards at a flea market are sprayed point-blank with machine-gun fire.
    2016.03.27 Pakistan Lahore 78 362 A massive suicide blast targeting Christian families celebrating Easter leaves over seventy dead, half of whom were children.
    2016.03.27 Iraq Baghdad 2 9 Jihadists bomb a vegetable market, killing two patrons.
    2016.03.26 Nigeria Tumpun 4 0 Boko Haram gunmen open fire on a group of villagers, killing four.
    2016.03.26 Syria Aleppo 5 20 Five civilians lose their lives when Sunni extremists pour rockets into a neighborhood.
    2016.03.26 Iraq Ein al-Asad 3 4 A group of suicide bombers attack an air base, killing three local defenders.
    2016.03.26 Pakistan Lwargi 1 0 A polio worker is gunned down inside his clinic by Lashkar-e-Islam.
    2016.03.25 Iraq Iskandariyah 41 105 Forty-one innocents are blown to bits by a Fedayeen suicide bomber at a soccer game.
    2016.03.25 Libya Zaria 2 0 A suspected ISIS bomb blast takes out a woman and her infant son.
    2016.03.25 Yemen Aden 25 15 Three al-Qaeda suicide bombings leave twenty-five dead.
    2016.03.25 Syria Jarablus 2 0 Two teenagers are chained, blindfolded and shot to death by a Sharia court.
    2016.03.24 Pakistan Hayatabad 1 0 A university professor is shot to death by fundamentalists.
    2016.03.24 Pakistan Dera Ismail Khan 2 0 Muslim extremists gun down two police officers.
    2016.03.24 Scotland Glasgow 1 0 An Ahmadi minority is stabbed to death by a radical Muslim over his religious beliefs.
    2016.03.24 Afghanistan Arghandab 7 0 Three Taliban in police uniform sprays seven sleeping officers with machine-gun fire.
    2016.03.23 Syria Foua 2 3 Ahrar al-Sham snipers pick off two civilians.
    2016.03.23 Iraq Baghdad 2 6 Two people outside a shop are sent to the hereafter by Jihadi bombers.
    2016.03.23 Iraq Zkhaikha 6 13 A suicide car bomber lays out a half-dozen Iraqis.
    2016.03.22 Bangladesh Kurigram 1 0 A Christian convert is stabbed to death by Religion of Peace proponents.
    2016.03.22 Belgium Brussels 14 92 Fourteen people are murdered when two suicide bombers detonate nail-packed explosives at crowded airline counters.
    2016.03.22 Belgium Brussels 21 130 A Religion of Peace suicide blast on a subway train incinerates twenty-one commuters.
    2016.03.22 Iraq Tarmiya 3 7 A Mujahid bomb blast claims three lives.
    2016.03.21 Somalia Laantu Buur 6 0 Six local soldiers are ambushed and killed by an Islamist group.
    2016.03.21 Iraq al-Baghdadi 6 9 An ISIS attack that began with five suicide bombings manages to kill six Iraqis.
    2016.03.21 Iraq Makhmour 2 0 Two others are taken out by a series of suicide bombers.
    2016.03.21 Iraq Anbar 30 0 A British suicide bomber is said to be responsible for a blast that kills thirty Iraqis.
    2016.03.21 Yemen Taiz 1 3 Shiite snipers fire on a group of journalists, bringing down one.
    2016.03.21 Egypt Cairo 4 0 Four Bible translators for Wycliffe are brutally slain in their office at an undisclosed location in the Middle East.
    2016.03.20 Iraq Haqlaniyah 24 12 A wave of Shahid suicide bombers kill two dozen Iraqis.
    2016.03.19 Turkey Istanbul 4 39 An ISIS suicide bomber murders four people along a city street, including two American tourists.
    2016.03.19 Iraq Mosul 70 0 A mass grave is discovered containing the remains of seventy female Yazidi victims of ISIS torture and execution.
    2016.03.19 Somalia Afmadhow 2 5 An al-Shabaab attack leaves two others dead.
    2016.03.19 Egypt al-Arish 15 0 ISIS claims to have detonated a suicide car bomb that leaves fifteen others dead.
    2016.03.19 Iraq Kirkuk 2 0 Two more children die from the effects of an ISIS mustard gas attack.
    2016.03.18 Syria Aleppo 1 6 A Sunni rocket sends a woman to the morgue.
    2016.03.18 Afghanistan Seori Tapi 2 1 A Taliban landmine takes out two people, including a child.
    2016.03.18 Iraq Mosul 1 0 A gentleman’s head is removed by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.18 Syria Aleppo 2 3 Two children, a boy and a girl, are reduced to pulp by a series of Sunni rockets on their neighborhood.
    2016.03.18 Pakistan Sherabad 2 0 A young couple is shot to death by a conservative family member on suspicion of adultery.
    2016.03.18 Nigeria Bori 5 3 A young girl is among five villagers murdered by Boko Haram.
    2016.03.17 Pakistan Smagal 4 0 A woman and her child are among four souls obliterated by a suicide bomber.
    2016.03.17 Niger Dolbel 3 3 Three guards at a market are shot to death point blank by Jihadis.
    2016.03.17 Niger Diffa 1 2 Four suicide bombers manage to kill one other person.
    2016.03.17 Iraq Hamidat 1 0 Radicals put a rival imam against a wall and shoot him to death.
    2016.03.17 Thailand Pattani 1 0 A 53-year-old guard at a school is shot to death by Muslim militants.
    2016.03.17 Iraq Fallujah 6 0 Six men are executed in barbaric fashion by the Islamic State, including one whose head is blown off with explosives.
    2016.03.17 Philippines Sarangani 1 0 A 43-year-old man is beheaded by a pro-caliphate group.
    2016.03.17 Egypt Rafah 5 10 Five are killed when religious extremists attack a local military base.
    2016.03.16 Pakistan Peshawar 15 30 Fifteen people are torn to shreds when Lashkar-e-Islam bomb a bus carrying commuters.
    2016.03.16 Nigeria Maiduguri 18 35 Two female suicide bombers slaughter two dozen worshippers at a rival mosque.
    2016.03.15 Iraq Qwar 9 17 An ISIS chlorine gas attack kills nine Kurds.
    2016.03.15 Afghanistan Hajiabad 4 0 Women and children are among four civilians exterminated by Taliban bombers.
    2016.03.15 Philippines Patikul 2 0 Abu Sayyaf members ambush and kill two local soldiers.
    2016.03.15 Afghanistan Laghman 1 1 Sharia state proponents ambush and kill an off-duty police officer.
    2016.03.15 Thailand Pattani 1 0 Suspected terrorists shoot a young woman twice in the head at a market.
    2016.03.15 Syria Safafa 68 0 Sixty-eight people imprisoned by the Islamic State are executed to ‘reduce expenses’.
    2016.03.14 Afghanistan Kandahar 1 0 A woman is shot to death by the Taliban.
    2016.03.14 Nigeria Chul 3 7 Three civilians are taken out by a Boko Haram bomb blast.
    2016.03.14 Nigeria Huyum 1 1 Islamic gunmen kill a woman and shoot a child in the leg.
    2016.03.14 Egypt al-Arish 2 0 Two Egyptians are picked off by fundamentalist snipers.
    2016.03.14 Iraq Zankurah 22 16 Twenty-two Iraqis are killed during an assault by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.14 Canada Toronto, ON 0 2 A man stabs two soldiers at a recruiting center, saying that he was just following Allah’s instructions.
    2016.03.14 Syria Busayrah 1 0 A young man is shot in the head for ‘mocking religion’.
    2016.03.14 Bangladesh Jhenaidah 1 0 Radical Muslims assassinate a ‘polytheist apostate’ (i.e. Shia cleric).
    2016.03.14 Iraq Ramadi 25 20 ISIS suicide bombers massacre over two dozen in attacks on two villages.
    2016.03.14 Iraq Mosul 6 0 Six young people are rounded up and executed by the caliphate.
    2016.03.13 Iraq Tal Kasab 8 22 Suicide bomb attacks leave eight dead.
    2016.03.13 Iraq Sinjar 7 11 ISIS pour shells into a Yazidi village, killing seven residents.
    2016.03.13 Afghanistan Yengi Qala 2 0 A young couple is murdered over suspected sexual activity.
    2016.03.13 Ivory Coast Bassam 18 17 al-Qaeda gunmen assault a hotel and murder anyone refusing to praise Allah with them. The eighteen killed include a 5-year-old Christian who was cut down while praying.
    2016.03.12 Iraq Mahmoudiyah 2 7 Mujahid bombers kill two patrons at a market.
    2016.03.12 Iraq Munsiyah 7 0 Three women are among seven people murdered in their home by sectarian militia.
    2016.03.12 Afghanistan Khanashin 1 3 A child is disassembled by Taliban bombers.
    2016.03.11 Ingushetia Nazran 0 4 ‘Problems in the religious sphere’ result in a car bomb blast outside a mosque.
    2016.03.11 Pakistan Kohistan 2 0 A couple is shot to death for ‘illicit relations’.
    2016.03.11 Iraq Sheikhan 11 2 Two ISIS rockets claim the lives of eleven Iraqis.
    2016.03.11 Iraq Sinjar 5 3 Five Kurds are laid out by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.03.10 Nigeria Tarka 3 0 Fulani mercenaries kill three villagers and burn their homes.
    2016.03.10 Syria Wilayat al-Khayr 1 0 A man is forced by ISIS to climb a radio tower, from which he is shot off.
    2016.03.10 Syria Wilayat al-Khayr 2 0 The Islamic State executes two terrified men by blowing them up.
    2016.03.10 Libya Misrata 3 0 Three police are killed when ISIS members attack a checkpoint.
    2016.03.10 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three Kurds are beheaded by caliphate members.
    2016.03.10 Syria Deir Ezzor 2 0 A poet and his son are murdered by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.09 Iraq Taza 1 1500 A 3-year-old girl dies from an ISIS chemical attack that left hundreds injured.
    2016.03.09 Thailand Narathiwat 2 3 Muslim terrorists murder two members of a guard patrol for teachers.
    2016.03.09 Nigeria Benue 8 0 Fulani mercenaries invade four villages in the middle of the night, shooting at least eight residents to death.
    2016.03.09 Afghanistan Gereshk 4 30 A Taliban suicide assault on a government building leaves four guards dead.
    2016.03.09 Somalia Mogadishu 4 2 Four people bleed out following a suicide car bombing outside a café.
    2016.03.09 Iraq Husseiniya 1 6 Terrorists place a bomb under a bus that kills a passenger.
    2016.03.08 Uruguay Paysandu 1 0 A Jewish man is stabbed to death by a Muslim convert ‘following Allah’s order’…
    2016.03.08 Iraq al-Hadar 4 0 Four sex slaves are executed for trying to escape captivity in the caliphate.
    2016.03.08 Israel Jaffa 1 15 Palestinians stab an American tourist to death.
    2016.03.08 Afghanistan Maiwand 2 0 Two men clearing landmines are executed by suspected fundamentalists.
    2016.03.08 Syria Aleppo 1 0 Devout Muslims implement the ‘Rule of Allah’ by shooting an ‘apostate’ in the head.
    2016.03.08 Thailand Tak Bai 1 0 A Muslim ‘insurgent’ walks up to a man in a crowd and fires a bullet into the back of his head.
    2016.03.08 Iraq Fallujah 50 0 Fifty civilians are executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.08 Iraq Baghdad 3 7 Three people are left dead following a Mujahideen bombing.
    2016.03.08 Thailand Si Sakhon 1 0 A man on a motorcycle is ambushed and killed by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.03.08 Turkey Kilis 2 1 A 4-year-old and his mother die when Sunni extremists hit their car with a rocket.
    2016.03.07 Pakistan Orangi Town 2 0 A young couple is shot to death by conservative relatives for marrying of their own free will.
    2016.03.07 Iraq Abu Ghraib 3 7 Three people at a market are sectionalized by a Jihadi bomb blast.
    2016.03.07 Afghanistan Shindand 3 3 Three civilians are blown to bits by a Taliban bomb blast.
    2016.03.07 Egypt al-Arish 2 0 Two local cops are pulled into pieces by Muslim bombers.
    2016.03.07 Syria Hasakah 1 3 A woman loses her life to an ISIS explosive device.
    2016.03.07 Chechnya Grozny 1 0 Video surfaces showing religious radicals executing a man with a shot to the head.
    2016.03.07 Tunisia Ben Guerdane 19 17 A 12-year-old girl is among nineteen others who lose their lives during an Islamist assault on a small town.
    2016.03.07 Somalia Beledweyne 0 6 A bomb hidden in a laptop detonates at an airport.
    2016.03.07 Pakistan Shabqadar 17 30 A Jamatul Ahrar suicide bomber murders seventeen people at a courthouse, including two children.
    2016.03.07 Iraq Kirkuk 5 0 Five young people are torn to shreds by an ISIS bomb blast.
    2016.03.06 Iraq Hillah 61 95 At least sixty people are incinerated when a suicide bomber in a fuel tanker detonates outside a town.
    2016.03.06 Syria Aleppo 14 40 Jaish-al-Sunna terrorists send mortars and rockets into a busy market, massacring over a dozen shoppers.
    2016.03.06 Egypt Sheikh Zuweid 3 0 Fundamentalists ambush an ambulance and machine-gun a medic and two injured patients.
    2016.03.06 Iraq al-Jahash 12 0 A dozen people are executed by a Sharia court.
    2016.03.05 Syria Jarablus 1 0 A teen is beheaded for apostasy after missing Friday prayers.
    2016.03.05 Yemen Aden 2 0 Sectarian terrorists fire on a vehicle, killing two occupants.
    2016.03.05 Iraq Mosul 132 0 One-hundred and thirty-two people are executed by Sharia courts.
    2016.03.04 Yemen Aden 16 0 Militant Muslims storm a Catholic retirement home and murder sixteen, including four nuns and the elderly residents.
    2016.03.03 Iraq Abu Ghraib 2 10 Two civilians are killed when terrorists sent mortar shells into a market.
    2016.03.03 Syria Kafriya 1 3 Sunni militants machine-gun a civilian in his home.
    2016.03.03 Libya Surman 2 0 Two Italian hostages are killed while being used as human shields by ISIS.
    2016.03.03 Thailand Yala 1 0 Militant Muslims shoot a rubber tapper to death, then set his body on fire.
    2016.03.02 Iraq Hawija 6 0 Six people are beheaded and crucified by the Islamic State.
    2016.03.02 Iraq Nineveh 5 0 A 12-year-old girl is forced by the caliphate to execute five women, including a doctor.
    2016.03.02 Syria Quneitra 18 30 Two suicide bombers massacre eighteen bystanders.
    2016.03.02 Egypt Khariza 1 3 An Islamist bomb claims one life.
    2016.03.02 Afghanistan Jalalabad 2 19 Four suicide bombers target the Indian consulate, killing two civilians.
    2016.03.01 Pakistan Noorshah 2 0 Two women are murdered over ‘doubts about their character and lifestyles’.
    2016.03.01 Pakistan Peshawar 2 4 Two employees at the US consulate bleed to death following an Islamist bombing.
    2016.03.01 Afghanistan Pul-e-Khumri 3 2 Religious extremists hit a house with a rocket, killing three family members.
    2016.03.01 Somalia Alamada 5 8 An al-Shabaab bomb produces five dead bodies.
    2016.03.01 Egypt al-Arish 2 0 Fundamentalists behead a man and shoot his son to death.
    2016.03.01 Iraq Haditha 8 8 Eight Iraqis are blown up by four Fedayeen suicide bombers.
    2016.03.01 Philippines Zamboanga 2 0 An assassination attempt on an anti-ISIS preacher outside a university hall leaves two dead.
    2016.03.01 Philippines Datu Salibo 1 2 Bangsamoro Islamists kill one other person during an ambush.
    2016.03.01 Pakistan Sheikhupura 1 0 An Ahmadi religious minority is stabbed to death for his faith.
    2016.02.29 Russia Moscow 1 0 A woman beheads a child, saying that it was revenge for ‘spilled Muslim blood’ in Syria.
    2016.02.29 Afghanistan Farah 3 3 Three children are disassembled by a Taliban IED.
    2016.02.29 Afghanistan Uruzgan 4 3 Four locals are shot to death by the Taliban
    2016.02.29 Iraq Mosul 24 0 Two dozen Iraqis are rounded up and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.02.29 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Two religious clerics are murdered by their more radical brethren
    2016.02.29 Iraq Muqdadiya 40 58 A Fedayeen suicide bomber detonates at a funeral, sending at least forty mourners straight into their own afterlife.
    2016.02.29 Iraq Hawija 3 0 Three youth are beheaded for putting up anti-ISIS posters.
    2016.02.29 Yemen Aden 4 5 A Shahid suicide bomber snuffs out four other souls.
    2016.02.29 DRC Ntombi 13 0 Four women are among thirteen villagers found hacked to pieces by ADF Islamists.
    2016.02.29 Nigeria Badarawa 15 22 Suspected Boko Haram surround a group of villagers gathered to watch a video and pour machine gun fire into them, killing at least fifteen.
    2016.02.29 Syria Deir ez-Zor 3 0 Three men are crucified by a Sharia court for crimes against Allah.
    2016.02.28 Iraq Abu Ghraib 24 22 Two dozen Iraqis are shot or blown apart during a Fedayeen suicide attack by ISIS.
    2016.02.28 Iraq Baghdad 78 112 Seventy-eight people at a packed market in a Shiite area are exterminated by two Sunni suicide bombers.
    2016.02.28 Egypt al-Arish 1 0 A man is shot to death in front of his home by the Islamic State.
    2016.02.28 Somalia Baidoa 30 60 At least thirty civilians and first responders are slaughtered by a twin suicide attack near a restaurant.
    2016.02.28 Afghanistan Qads 1 0 A tribal elder is tortured to death by religious extremists.
    2016.02.28 Afghanistan Lashkar Gah 3 11 Three souls are snuffed out by an explosive device planted by Sharia proponents.
    2016.02.28 Saudi Arabia Qassim 1 0 A local cop is murdered by family members, who then pledge allegiance to ISIS.
    2016.02.27 Pakistan Qayum 1 2 A Muslim shouts a religious slur and fires into a Christian home, killing a 17-year-old boy.
    2016.02.27 Afghanistan Bolan 2 0 The Taliban wipe out two local police with a roadside bomb.
    2016.02.27 Egypt Rafah 2 2 Two local security personnel are cut down by an Islamist bomb.
    2016.02.27 Iraq Abu Ghraib 2 9 Jihadis bomb an outdoor market, killing two patrons.
    2016.02.27 Iraq Baghdad 5 25 A series of Mujahideen blasts leave five dead.
    2016.02.27 Syria Ajila 2 4 A suicide car bomber takes out two village guards.
    2016.02.27 Afghanistan Asadabad 12 40 A dozen people lose their lives to a suicide blast along a city street, including three brothers.
    2016.02.27 Afghanistan Nangarhar 1 5 Taliban bombers take out a civilian.
    2016.02.27 Syria Salamiya 2 3 An ISIS suicide bomber takes at least two others with him.
    2016.02.27 Afghanistan Kabul 15 31 A suicide bomber targets a bus, killing fifteen passengers and bystanders.
    2016.02.27 Syria Teeba 4 4 Four villagers lose their lives to an Islamic State suicide bomber.
    2016.02.27 Syria Deir Ezzor 3 12 Three children are disassembled by Sunni mortars.
    2016.02.26 Somalia Mogadishu 14 30 Holy Warriors attack a ‘Youth League’ hotel with bombs and gunfire, laying out fourteen innocents.
    2016.02.26 Syria al-Zahra 1 0 A child is killed by Jabhat al-Nusra.
    2016.02.26 Egypt Giza 1 1 Fundamentalists open fire on two traffic cops, killing one.
    2016.02.26 Germany Hanover 0 1 A ‘radicalized’ teen girl stabs a female police officer.
    2016.02.25 Somalia Mogadishu 4 8 Four civilians lose their lives to an al-Shabaab attack.
    2016.02.25 Iraq Baghdad 15 50 Two Sunni suicide bombers detonate at a Shiite mosque, slaughtering at least fifteen worshippers.
    2016.02.24 Libya Sabratha 12 0 A dozen local security agents are captured and beheaded by ISIS.
    2016.02.24 Mali Timbuktu 3 2 Islamists attack a checkpoint, killing three defenders.
    2016.02.24 Afghanistan Kabul 7 0 The Taliban kill seven Afghans over a 24-hour period.
    2016.02.24 Syria Dayr al-Zawr 2 14 Sunni rockets take out two civilians.
    2016.02.24 Syria Aleppo 10 5 Seven children are among ten civilians disassembled by two Sunni mortar rounds.
    2016.02.24 Iraq Mosul 1 0 An imam is beheaded by Religion of Peace rivals.
    2016.02.24 Nigeria Agatu 300 0 Radical Islamic mercenaries sweep through a series of Christian villages and slaughter over three hundred, including pregnant women and children.
    2016.02.23 Iraq Fallujah 12 0 A dozen Iraqis are caught trying to flee the caliphate, marched to the city center and executed.
    2016.02.23 Syria Hamidiya 2 0 Two teenage girls are stoned for adultery.
    2016.02.23 Iraq Hawija 4 0 Four young people are executed by ISIS after members call for ‘repentance’.
    2016.02.23 Syria Deir Ezzor 2 14 Two civilians are pulled apart by a Sunni mortar blast.
    2016.02.23 Iraq Yusufiya 1 9 Terrorists bomb a vegetable market, killing one person.
    2016.02.23 Syria Raqqa 1 0 Radicals execute a man for ‘apostasy’.
    2016.02.22 Philippines Tugaya 1 0 Muslim terrorists murder a local soldier guarding a village
    2016.02.22 Iraq Ramadi 8 0 Eight people are killed in their own homes by ISIS booby-traps.
    2016.02.22 India Pompore 3 0 Three more people are killed by Lashkar-e-Toiba.
    2016.02.22 Iraq Ramadi 6 10 An ISIS assault leaves six town defenders dead.
    2016.02.22 Afghanistan Jabba 2 2 Religious fundamentalists murder two local cops.
    2016.02.22 Afghanistan Parwan 13 19 A suicide bomber detonates near a clinic, taking thirteen other souls with him.
    2016.02.22 Afghanistan Baghlan 1 2 A Taliban rocket takes out an Afghan citizen.
    2016.02.21 Thailand Pattani 2 0 ‘Insurgents’ shoot a Buddhist couple to death.
    2016.02.21 Syria Zahra 59 200 A double-bombing by ISIS along a commerical strip leaves nearly sixty dead and two-hundred burned and battered.
    2016.02.21 Syria Damascus 83 178 Children are among the eighty-three destroyed by a horrific suicide bombing outside a Shiite shrine and school.
    2016.02.21 Philippines Butig 3 6 Moro Islamists fire on a group of soldiers guarding a town, killing three.
    2016.02.21 India Pulwama 3 10 Islamic militants open fire on a bus, killing three passengers.
    2016.02.21 Bangladesh Deviganj 1 2 A Hindu priest is hacked to death and beheaded by Muslim extremists outside his temple.
    2016.02.21 Iraq Kirkuk 2 0 Two more people are publicly beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.02.21 Pakistan Navi Mandi 3 1 Four displaced persons are disassembled by Taliban bombers.
    2016.02.21 Iraq Kirkuk 4 2 ISIS members target fleeing families, killing four members.
    2016.02.21 Egypt al-Arish 2 10 Two civilians are taken out by an Islamist IED.
    2016.02.20 Yemen Ahwar 3 0 An al-Qaeda attack on a small town leaves three defenders dead.
    2016.02.20 Yemen Aden 2 0 Two people are gunned down by al-Qaeda operatives on a motorcycle.
    2016.02.19 Pakistan Faisalabad 3 0 Three policemen are shot to death for “protecting the unIslamic system of democracy.”
    2016.02.19 Egypt Sinai 1 0 ISIS beheads a hostage taken in a tourist province.
    2016.02.19 Cameroon Meme 24 112 Four Shahid suicide bombers massacre twenty-four others at a market and a nearby school.
    2016.02.19 Mali Menaka 1 1 Jihadists fire into a group of village guards, killing one.
    2016.02.19 Iraq Hardan 9 9 ISIS bombs targeting a bus kill nine Kurds.
    2016.02.19 Afghanistan Landi Kotal 1 0 A religious scholar is assassinated by rivals.
    2016.02.18 Iraq Hawija 17 0 Seventeen young people are beheaded after being accused of drawing anti-ISIS banners.
    2016.02.18 Israel Shaare Benjamin 1 1 A 21-year-old father is stabbed to death in a supermarket by Palestinians.
    2016.02.18 Syria Aleppo 4 5 Four civilians lose their lives to Sunni mortar shells on their neighborhood.
    2016.02.18 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three women who formerly served as election workers are forced to their knees and shot in the back of the head by caliphate members.
    2016.02.18 Pakistan Mohmand 9 0 Religious radicals murder nine local security personnel in two attacks.
    2016.02.18 Afghanistan Waskhwa 6 0 Four children are among a family of six eliminated by Taliban bombers.
    2016.02.18 Syria Palmyra 2 0 Two young men are detained and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.02.18 Syria Kobane 13 24 Over a dozen people lose their lives during an ISIS bomb attack on several villages.
    2016.02.18 England Rochdale 1 0 A popular imam is beaten to death by Muslims with terror ties.
    2016.02.18 Syria Aleppo 1 0 A priest is reportedly beheaded for offering prayers at the altar of his church.
    2016.02.17 Egypt Giza 1 2 Islamists gun down a traffic cop.
    2016.02.17 Iraq Nineveh 3 0 Three civilians are executed for refusing to join the Islamic State.
    2016.02.17 Thailand Narathiwat 1 1 Bombers target a group of teachers, killing a guard.
    2016.02.17 Yemen Aden 13 60 Thirteen recruits at a military camp are wiped out by a Fedayeen suicide bombing.
    2016.02.16 Iraq Mosul 1 0 A 15-year-old is beheaded for listening to Western pop music.
    2016.02.16 Iraq Ramadi 40 0 Children are among forty victims of ISIS execution found in a mass grave.
    2016.02.16 Philippines Datu Salibo 4 2 A father and son are among four people bleeding to death in the aftermath of an Islamist roadside blast.
    2016.02.15 Iraq Nineveh 1 0 A man is beheaded for ‘insulting Allah’.
    2016.02.15 Iraq Tarmiya 3 8 Three patrons at a popular market are sectionalized by a Jihadi bomb blast.
    2016.02.15 Iraq Hawija 5 0 Five civilians are executed for trying to escape the caliphate.
    2016.02.15 Afghanistan Jalalabad 1 0 Radicals are suspected of gunning down a rival religious scholar.
    2016.02.15 Nigeria Kuda 6 20 Boko Haram invade a village and fire at fleeing residents, killing six.
    2016.02.15 Somalia Mogadishu 1 1 A government official is assassinated by Jihadi car bombers.
    2016.02.15 Afghanistan Pul-e-Momin 2 7 Armed fundamentalists attack a security post, killing two members.
    2016.02.15 Dagestan Makhachkala 3 2 Fedayeen suicide bombers take out three other people.
    2016.02.15 Saudi Arabia Abu Arish 1 0 A retired man is shot to death on his farm by the Islamic State.
    2016.02.14 Iraq Mosul 2 0 Two young men are shot to death for ‘apostasy’ after missing prayers.
    2016.02.14 Iraq Faisaliah 8 0 The Islamic State drowns eight prisoners by herding them into a metal cage and then dipping it into a lake.
    2016.02.14 Nigeria Abbi 2 19 Fulani terrorists attack a Christian community and hack a brother and sister to death.
    2016.02.14 Syria Mrat 100 0 A mass grave containing the victims of about 100 ISIS victims (including children) is discovered.
    2016.02.14 India Chowkibal 2 2 Two members are killed when Lashkar-e-Toiba militants open fire on a security patrol.
    2016.02.13 Nigeria Yakshari 22 0 Islamists sneak into a village and slit the throats of twenty-two innocents.
    2016.02.13 Thailand Narathiwat 1 0 A truck driver is executed in cold blood by Muslim ‘insurgents’.
    2016.02.13 Egypt Sinai 2 1 An ISIS bomb kills two sappers.
    2016.02.13 Iraq Tarmiya 5 5 A vicious double-bombing kills five people overall, including first responders.
    2016.02.13 Iraq Mahmoudiya 2 7 Mujahideen set off a bomb at a market, killing two patrons.
    2016.02.13 Afghanistan Helmand 5 7 Five Afghans are left dead following a double-suicide attack.
    2016.02.13 Pakistan Islamabad 1 2 A traffic cop is picked off by Islamic State gunmen.
    2016.02.13 Syria Sfeira 2 5 Two children are disassembled by an ISIS rocket.
    2016.02.12 Mali Kidal 5 30 Ansar Dine members lob shells into a UN camp, killing five guards.
    2016.02.12 Iraq Makhmour 1 11 A 3-year-old girl is killed while trying to escape the caliphate with her family.
    2016.02.12 Nigeria Kachifa 8 0 Boko Haram murder eight villagers and kidnap a number of women and children.
    2016.02.12 Yemen Aden 5 0 al-Qaeda gunmen sneak up on a police post and murder five officers.
    2016.02.12 Thailand Yala 1 1 Muslim bombers pick off a guard for a group of teachers.
    2016.02.12 Pakistan Takht-e-Nusrati 1 2 A dispute between clerics at a mosque is settled with gunfire that leaves one of them dead.
    2016.02.11 USA Columbus, OH 0 4 Four people at a Christian-owned restaurant with an Israeli flag are slashed by a Muslim wielding a machete yelling ‘Allah Akbar’…
    2016.02.11 Iraq Mosul 4 0 Four women are stoned to death for adultery – after having been raped.
    2016.02.11 Mali Mopti 3 0 Islamic militants shoot three people to death.
    2016.02.11 Yemen Aden 3 0 Jihadists kill three security personnel.
    2016.02.10 Iraq Wafa 2 5 At least two others are killed during a Shahid sucide attack.
    2016.02.10 Iraq Taji 3 9 Three Iraqis are disintegrated by a shrapnel blast.
    2016.02.10 Afghanistan Abdul Rauf 5 7 Two religious radicals gun down five local cops at dinner.
    2016.02.10 Cameroon Nguetchewe 6 30 Two female suicide bombers detonate during a funeral wake, killing six mourners, including two children.
    2016.02.10 Nigeria Dikwa 60 78 Sixty refugees at a displaced persons camp, including women and children, are massacred by two female suicide bombers.
    2016.02.10 Somalia Jameo Mubarac 1 0 A cleric is beheaded by Religion of Peace rivals.
    2016.02.09 Iraq Mosul 1 0 A female bank employee is put against a wall and shot to death by caliphate members.
    2016.02.09 Iraq Mosul 1 0 A journalist is executed by a caliphate firing squad for taking pictures.
    2016.02.09 Egypt Sinai 1 3 Fundementalists fire on a group of police, killing one.
    2016.02.09 Syria Damascus 8 20 A Fedayeen suicide car bomber sends eight civilians straight to Allah.
    2016.02.08 Syria Hasakah 9 4 Nine corpses are counted after an ISIS Shahid suicide bombing.
    2016.02.08 Afghanistan Yahyakhil 6 9 Six people are massacred by a suicide bomber outside a bakery shop.
    2016.02.08 Afghanistan Dehdadi 3 14 A suicide bomber attacks a bus, killing at least three others.
    2016.02.08 Iraq Albu Diab 15 0 Victim victims of ISIS execution are discovered in a mass grave.
    2016.02.08 Iraq Mosul 300 0 At least three-hundred people are reported executed by the Islamic State, including activists.
    2016.02.08 Pakistan Havid 2 0 A terrorist bomb blast outside a shop leaves the owner and a rickshaw driver dead.
    2016.02.08 Pakistan Peshawar 1 1 A Shiite elder is shot to death in front of his son by sectarian Jihadis.
    2016.02.08 Bangladesh Gobindaganj 1 0 Police find the beheaded body of a Hindu trader.
    2016.02.08 Iraq Mosul 4 0 Four youth are flung from a roof by caliphate enforcers.
    2016.02.08 Iraq Hammam al-Alil 14 0 Fourteen people are summarily executed by ISIS at a college.
    2016.02.07 Iraq Baghdad 7 22 Mujahid bombers eliminate seven Iraqis with four bombs.
    2016.02.07 Iraq Baghdad 3 0 A sectarian militia murders three civilians, including an 8-year-old boy.
    2016.02.07 Afghanistan Kunar 3 0 Three polio workers are found murdered by suspected fundamentalists.
    2016.02.07 Mali Boni 1 0 A civilian is murdered by Islamists.
    2016.02.07 Afghanistan Logar 1 8 Taliban bombers pick off a man on his way to work.
    2016.02.07 Israel Rahat 0 1 An elderly Jewish woman is stabbed in the neck by a young Palestinian man.
    2016.02.06 Pakistan Quetta 10 35 A child and woman are obliterated along with eight others by a suicide bomber.
    2016.02.06 Iraq Baghdadi 9 16 A Fedayeen suicide attack leaves nine others dead.
    2016.02.06 Iraq Fallujah 14 0 A suicide bomber murders fourteen Iraqis.
    2016.02.06 Nigeria Konduga 4 0 Boko Haram rampage through two villages, burning homes and killing four innocents.
    2016.02.06 Nigeria Zamfara 23 10 Boko Haram stages a two-hour assault on a village, firing indiscriminately and killing dozens of people.
    2016.02.05 Afghanistan Zanu 1 0 A woman is executed after being accused of adultery.
    2016.02.05 Somalia Mogadishu 3 0 A woman is among three people incinerated by a car bombing outside a pharmacy.
    2016.02.05 Syria Aleppo 35 24 Thirty-five Syrians are reportedly killed in two ISIS suicide car bombings.
    2016.02.04 Iraq Baghdad 9 33 Nine people are left dead after a string of bombings by Muslim terrorists.
    2016.02.04 Mali Timbuktu 1 3 A suicide bombing at a UN camp kills a guard.
    2016.02.04 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A child invokes the name of Allah before beheading a ‘kafir’.
    2016.02.04 Yemen Hadramaut 6 0 An ISIS video shows members opening fire on a busy market and beheading four ‘apostates.’
    2016.02.03 Libya Benghazi 3 13 An ISIS assault on a small town leaves three defenders dead.
    2016.02.03 Iraq Mosul 12 0 A dozen university students are executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.02.03 Afghanistan Tirin Kot 1 0 A 10-year-old boy is cut down in a targeted attack by Taliban gunmen.
    2016.02.03 Israel Jerusalem 1 2 A 19-year-old woman bleeds out following a Palestinian shooting and stabbing spree.
    2016.02.03 Syria Daraa 17 101 Seventeen civilians are smashed to bits by a Sunni rocket barrage.
    2016.02.03 Iraq Hawija 2 0 Two people are shot to death for trying to escape the caliphate.
    2016.02.03 Iraq Ramadi 13 0 ISIS shelling produces thirteen dead Iraqis.
    2016.02.03 Libya Sirte 1 0 Islamic State members capture and crucify a young man.
    2016.02.02 Iraq Madain 2 9 Terrorists set off a bomb near a café, killing two bystanders.
    2016.02.02 Nigeria Goniambari 6 1 Islamists slaughter six villagers.
    2016.02.02 Iraq Al-Bu Dhiaab 18 0 Eighteen Iraqis are reportedly slain by three ISIS suicide bombers.
    2016.02.02 Thailand Narathiwat 1 1 An off-duty cop is shot to death in front of his wife by Muslim ‘insurgents.’
    2016.02.02 Iraq Baghdad 6 27 A half-dozen Iraqis lose their lives to a series of Mujahideen bomb blasts.
    2016.02.02 Somalia Mogadishu 0 2 A suicide bomber detonates on a plane, but manages to kill only himself.
    2016.02.01 Afghanistan Kabul 20 29 Twenty people are reported dead in the aftermath of a Fedayeen suicide bombing.
    2016.02.01 Iraq Anbar 1 0 An elderly man is beheaded for “disobeying” the caliphate.
    2016.02.01 Somalia Mogadishu 1 6 A child is sectionalized by an al-Shabaab mortar round.
    2016.02.01 Syria Manbij 3 0 Three brothers are beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.02.01 Iraq Hit 7 5 Children are among those eliminated by two Mujahideen bomb blasts.
    2016.01.31 Egypt Sheikh Zuwaid 2 0 Two more people are killed by Islamist bombers.
    2016.01.31 Iraq Khazir 8 6 An ISIS attack produces eight dead Kurds.
    2016.01.31 Iraq Mosul 4 0 Four Kurdish civilians are forced to their knees and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.01.31 Kenya Kaisari 4 1 Militant Muslims raid a Christian village and kill four innocents, one of whom is beheaded and the other burned inside his home.
    2016.01.31 Syria Sayeda Zeinab 71 110 Five children are among seventy Shiite worshippers exterminated outside their mosque by two Fedayeen suicide bombers.
    2016.01.31 Egypt Rafah 2 4 Two more security personnel are killed by a homemade bomb planted by Sharia proponents.
    2016.01.31 Saudi Arabia Najran 1 9 An 11-year-old boy is killed when suspected Shiite militia hit his house with a rocket.
    2016.01.31 Chad Guie 1 32 A suicide bomber on a motorcycle kills one other person.
    2016.01.31 Chad Miterine 4 24 Four children playing soccer are killed after being deliberately targeted by two suicide bombers.
    2016.01.31 Saudi Arabia Qatif 2 0 Two guards are killed by terrorists.
    2016.01.31 Yemen Aden 1 0 A cleric who opposed extremism is tortured to death.
    2016.01.30 Kenya Pandanguo 3 1 Islamists murder three men in a fishing village.
    2016.01.30 Afghanistan Sarkanu 4 3 A bomb planted by Islamists takes the lives of four people.
    2016.01.30 Nigeria Dalori 86 62 Children are among eighty-six souls horribly burned to death by Boko Haram.
    2016.01.30 Yemen Lahj 3 1 An ISIS gunmen takes down three targets.
    2016.01.30 Afghanistan Sarkano 3 2 The Taliban uses a roadside bomb to kill three Afghans.
    2016.01.30 Iraq Saladin 1 0 A Shiite is beheaded on video by Sunni radicals.
    2016.01.30 Syria Jarablus 1 0 A 14-year-old boy is beheaded on charges of apostasy after missing prayers.
    2016.01.30 Iraq Hadher 17 0 Seventeen members of two families, including woman and young children, are beheaded by caliphate members.
    2016.01.30 Iraq Shirqat 3 0 Three children are reportedly executed for insulting ISIS.
    2016.01.29 Yemen Aden 7 7 Seven people are shredded by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.01.29 Syria Deir Ezzor 3 3 Three children are disassembled by an ISIS rocket.
    2016.01.29 Nigeria Adamawa 10 28 A young suicide bomber detonates at a busy market near a church, taking out ten innocents.
    2016.01.29 Pakistan Regi 1 0 A polio worker is murdered by fundamentalists.
    2016.01.29 Afghanistan Nangarhar 1 0 A journalist is shot to death by ISIS.
    2016.01.29 Saudi Arabia Mahasen 5 36 Religion of Peace rivals attack a Shiite mosque with a suicide bombing and gunfire, killing five worshippers.
    2016.01.29 Egypt al-Arish 2 7 An bomb planted by extremists near a school leaves two dead.
    2016.01.28 Iraq Baghdad 2 9 Jihadis bomb a popular market, killing two patrons.
    2016.01.28 Egypt Rafah 6 12 Four children and two security personnel are killed in a bombing and clash with Islamic militants.
    2016.01.28 Pakistan Quetta 4 0 The Taliban gun down four traffic cops.
    2016.01.28 Cameroon Kerawa 4 12 Two suicide bombers murder four people at a school.
    2016.01.28 Mali Gao 4 3 Four security personnel are killed in two separate attacks.
    2016.01.28 Yemen Aden 11 10 A Fedayeen suicide car bombing kills eleven, including two children.
    2016.01.27 Nigeria Chibok 16 32 Suicide bombers send shrapnel through sixteen innocents at a vegetable market in a Christian town.
    2016.01.27 Iraq al-Baghdadi 4 10 A series of suicide attacks on a guesthouse leave four others dead.
    2016.01.27 Egypt al-Arish 4 12 Ansar Beit al-Maqdis members set off an IED that takes the live of four policemen.
    2016.01.27 Afghanistan Gerishk 4 0 Four members of a crew working to clear landmines are shot dead by the Taliban.
    2016.01.27 Uganda Numuseru 1 0 A Christian convert is murdered after being threatened by an imam.
    2016.01.27 Sweden Tanum 1 0 A 60-year-old man is stabbed to death by one of his employees after being accused of ‘Islamophobia’…
    2016.01.26 Iraq Hamamiyat 2 8 Mujahideen set off a bomb that claims two lives.
    2016.01.26 Kenya Lamu 5 2 al-Shabaab ambush and murder five local cops.
    2016.01.26 Pakistan Safi 1 0 The body of a peace committee member is found a few days after his abduction by fundamentalists.
    2016.01.26 Syria Manbij 1 0 A local media activist is beheaded by the Islamic State.
    2016.01.26 Iraq Ramadi 55 0 Over fifty Iraqis are reportedly killed in two suicide bombings.
    2016.01.26 Syria Homs 25 100 Twenty-five people are laid out by an ISIS suicide bombing in a commercial district.
    2016.01.26 Afghanistan Chinarto 10 0 A Taliban infiltrator drugs and murders ten local cops.
    2016.01.25 Iraq Ramadi 40 0 About forty victims of ISIS executions are found in a mass grave.
    2016.01.25 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A man is beheaded for refusing to pray at the local mosque.
    2016.01.25 Syria Aleppo 23 24 Two dozen people are blown up by a suicide bomber in a fuel truck.
    2016.01.25 Israel Beit Horon 1 1 Two women are stabbed in a grocery by Palestinian terrorists.
    2016.01.25 Afghanistan Spin Boldak 3 3 Five suicide bombers manage to take out three border guards.
    2016.01.25 Cameroon Bodo 32 86 Dozens of shoppers are torn to shreds when three suicide bombers detonate at entrances to a market.
    2016.01.25 Syria Deir al-Zour 5 6 ISIS members kill five citizens with a rocket.
    2016.01.24 Yemen Mansura 5 0 A woman is among five people shot to death by suspected al-Qaeda.
    2016.01.24 Egypt Kafr Keshk 3 4 Islamists fire on a group of villagers, killing three.
    2016.01.24 Nigeria Babangida 1 0 An elderly man is killed by Boko Haram as they are burning down his home.
    2016.01.24 Syria Qamishli 3 10 Three Christians are killed in a targeted bomb attack on their restaurant.
    2016.01.24 Nigeria Girei 62 0 Muslim terrorists raid six villages and slaughter over sixty innocents, most of which are women and children.
    2016.01.23 Iraq Fallujah 10 0 Ten young boys are summarily executed for attempting to escape the caliphate.
    2016.01.23 Iraq Tal Msheihda 5 11 Five Iraqis are taken out by a Fedayeen suicide bomber.
    2016.01.23 Iraq Kilo 43 0 Fort-three local police officer are reportedly killed by a Shahid suicide bomber.
    2016.01.23 Iraq Hit 1 0 A civilian is murdered for trying to help families escape the Islamic State.
    2016.01.23 Pakistan Bhal Syeda 1 0 A Shiite is beheaded by radical Sunnis
    2016.01.23 Pakistan Peshawar 2 0 Militants gun down two policemen.
    2016.01.23 Afghanistan Jalalabad 2 2 Two others are killed when two suicide bombers detonate near the Indian consulate.
    2016.01.23 Syria Wafidin 3 7 Women and children are among the casualties of a Jaish al-Islam rocket attack.
    2016.01.21 Libya sirte 3 0 Three men are executed for apostasy.
    2016.01.21 Iraq Baghdad 2 6 Two people lose their lives when terrorists set off a bomb at a popular restaurant.
    2016.01.21 Iraq Baghdad 2 5 Jihadis bomb a commercial district, killing two bystanders.
    2016.01.21 Iraq Baghdad 4 15 Three bombings and a shooting produce four dead civilians.
    2016.01.21 Iraq Hamamiyat 3 7 Mujahideen set off a bomb in a village that leaves three dead.
    2016.01.21 Egypt El-Arish 5 3 Islamists roll up on a police checkpoint and shoot five officers point-blank.
    2016.01.21 Egypt Giza 10 13 ISIS claims a bombing at a tourist area that leaves ten others dead.
    2016.01.21 Somalia Mogadishu 20 20 Gunmen shout praises to Allah as they slaughter patrons at a beach-side restaurant during an attack that began with a suicide bombing.
    2016.01.20 Iraq Baghdad 2 5 Jihadis bomb a market, killing two patrons.
    2016.01.20 Afghanistan Kabul 7 24 Seven TV station employees burn to death after a Shahid suicide bomber slams into their minibus.
    2016.01.20 Pakistan Charsadda 31 19 Gunmen storm a university and shout praises to Allah while massacring over thirty civilians.
    2016.01.19 Iraq Baqubah 14 0 Fourteen young people are tortured and executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.01.19 Iraq Mopti 3 0 Jihadists gun down three local cops.
    2016.01.19 Thailand Songkhla 1 8 Muslim ‘insurgents’ set off a bomb at a restaurant that kills a 28-year-old woman.
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    2016.01.18 Thailand Thepa 1 7 A woman is killed when suspected terrorists toss a hand grenade into a restaurant.
    2016.01.18 Yemen Aden 1 0 A judge is assassinated near his home by Islamists on a motorbike.
    2016.01.18 Turkey Kilis 1 1 An employee is killed when ISIS hits a school with a rocket.
    2016.01.18 Cameroon Nguetchewe 4 2 A suicide bomber hits a rival mosque, taking out four worshippers.
    2016.01.17 Afghanistan Jalalabad 13 14 A Shahid suicide bomber detonates at a house, killing thirteen occupants.
    2016.01.17 Yemen Aden 11 15 A Fedayeen suicide bomber rams a bus into the home of a policeman, killing eleven.
    2016.01.17 Afghanistan Uruzgan 9 0 Nine local police are shot dead by Taliban insiders.
    2016.01.17 Israel Otniel 1 0 A mother of six children is stabbed to death in her home by an Arab terrorist.
    2016.01.16 Iraq al-Furat 1 0 An accused homosexual is flung from a roof by Religion of Peace proponents.
    2016.01.16 Iraq Hajj Ali 19 0 Nineteen civilians are executed for trying to flee the Islamic State.
    2016.01.16 Syria Baghaliyeh 300 400 Three hundred people are reported massacred during an ISIS assault on a small town featuring a suicide blast and ‘door-to-door’ beheadings.
    2016.01.16 Somalia Burhakabo 2 0 A young ice factory worker is among two people executed by al-Shabaab.
    2016.01.16 Syria Aleppo 4 55 Four residents bleed out following a Sunni rocket attack.
    2016.01.16 Syria al-Fu’ah 1 5 A civilian is dismantled by a terrorist rocket.
    2016.01.16 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three women are burned alive on charges of betraying Islam.
    2016.01.15 Mali Dioura 1 0 A guard is killed when gunmen attack a market, shouting praises to Allah.
    2016.01.15 Libya Bin Jawad 3 0 At least three residents are beheaded after Muslim extremists take over a town.
    2016.01.15 Iraq Muqdadiya 1 0 A Sunni cleric is assassinated by Shia militia.
    2016.01.15 Somalia El-Adde 180 20 Somalia claims over one-hundred-eighty peacekeepers were taken out by a massive suicide assault on their base.
    2016.01.15 Mali Timbuktu 2 3 Two guards are killed when terrorists ambush an aid convoy.
    2016.01.15 Burkina Faso Ouagadougou 29 56 Dozens of tourists from eighteen countries are massacred by Islamic extremists shouting praises to Allah at a luxury hotel.
    2016.01.15 Syria Hasakah 2 6 A suicide bomber takes out two bystanders in a residential neighborhood.
    2016.01.15 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three women are burned alive by the Islamic State.
    2016.01.14 Yemen Aden 4 0 Four policemen are killed by Jihadists in two separate attacks.
    2016.01.14 Indonesia Jakarta 4 20 Four suicide bombers attack a shopping and restaurant district, managing to kill four civilians.
    2016.01.13 Afghanistan Badghis 1 0 A man is executed by the Taliban on charges of adultery.
    2016.01.13 Iraq Baghdad 2 6 Two people at a market are sectionalized by a Religion of Peace bomb blast.
    2016.01.13 Thailand Yala 2 1 Muslim ‘insurgents’ ambush and kill a local cop as well as a maid.
    2016.01.13 Iraq Abu Ghraib 6 0 Five women and 1 man are slaughtered in their own home by suspected moral fundamentalists.
    2016.01.13 Pakistan Lahore 1 1 A 17-year-old girl is killed after telling a group of Muslim men that she would not have sex with them because she is a devout Christian.
    2016.01.13 Cameroon Kolofata 10 11 Two female suicide bombers detonate at a rival mosque, taking out ten worshippers.
    2016.01.13 Pakistan Quetta 15 24 A Shahid suicide bomber slaughters fifteen people at a polio clinic.
    2016.01.13 Pakistan Jalalabad 7 7 Seven other people are blown to bits by a Fedayeen suicide bombing.
    2016.01.12 Iraq Baqubah 4 1 A Fedayeen suicide bomber takes out four Iraqis.
    2016.01.12 Turkey Istanbul 12 14 A Syrian ‘refugee’ with a suicide vest self-detonates in a bustling tourist area, slaughtering a dozen bystanders, including eight Germans.
    2016.01.12 Iraq Diyala 2 0 Two journalists are shot to death by terrorists.
    2016.01.12 Iraq Muqdadiya 10 0 Ten people are shot to death by sectarian militia.
    2016.01.12 Israel Nazareth 1 0 A man honor kills his teen sister over clothing and ‘lifestyle’ by beating her to death with a hammer.
    2016.01.11 Pakistan Derai 2 0 Two local cops are shot to death by religious radicals.
    2016.01.11 Pakistan Rabwa 1 0 A religious minority is brutally slain by suspected Islamists.
    2016.01.11 Iraq Nineveh 85 0 Eighty-five Iraqis are arrested and executed by caliphate firing squads.
    2016.01.11 Iraq Muqdadiya 23 51 Two dozen Iraqis are torn limb from limb by a couple of well-placed bombs at a crowded coffee shop.
    2016.01.11 Syria Aleppo 3 2 Three children are disassembled by a Sunni rocket.
    2016.01.11 Afghanistan Khost 3 8 Fundamentalists fire a rocket into a secondary school, killing three pupils.
    2016.01.11 Iraq Baghdad 18 50 Religious radicals stage a suicide assault on a shopping mall, killing at least eighteen innocents with bombs and bullets.
    2016.01.11 France Marseille 0 1 A Jewish teacher is attacked with a machete ‘in the name of Allah.’
    2016.01.11 Iraq Baghdad 7 15 An ISIS bomb blast leaves seven suburbanites dead.
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    2016.01.10 Syria Faisaliyah 5 0 The Islamic State lines up and crushes five civilians under a bulldozer for the crime of ‘apostasy’
    2016.01.10 Nigeria Madagali 7 0 Seven villagers are beheaded by Sharia proponents.
    2016.01.09 Pakistan Rahim Yar Khan 2 0 Two women are ‘honor-killed’ by their families for alleged sexual behavior.
    2016.01.09 Syria Deir ez-Zor 2 0 Two fathers are executed for not allowing their teen daughters to be married off to caliphate members.
    2016.01.09 Egypt Giza 2 0 Two local cops are gunned down by ISIS.
    2016.01.09 Iraq Ghazlani 80 0 Eighty Iraqi civilians are executed by an Islamic State firing squad.
    2016.01.09 Iraq Jbala 3 2 Sectarian militia storm a home and shoot three people to death, including a woman.
    2016.01.08 Iraq Haditha 18 7 Eighteen Iraqis are blown to bits by a caliphate suicide bomber.
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    2016.01.08 Lebanon Arsal 1 0 Masked terrorists fire on a married couple, killing the man and injuring his wife.
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    2016.01.08 Iraq Mosul 3 0 Three university students are executed by the Islamic State.
    2016.01.08 Syria Raqqa 1 0 A woman is publicly executed her own son on charges of leaving the Islamic faith.
    2016.01.08 Afghanistan Nangarhar 7 0 A local soldier is among seven people beheaded by ISIS.
    2016.01.07 Bangladesh Jhenaidah 1 0 A convert to Christianity is ‘eliminated’ by devout Muslims for leaving Islam.
    2016.01.07 Libya Ras 7 11 A Shahid suicide bomber at an oil facility takes seven others with him.
    2016.01.07 Iraq Mosul 6 0 Six Iraqis are shot to death by caliphate members for using the Internet on their phones.
    2016.01.07 Pakistan Shaktoi 4 0 Four displaced refugees are murdered by Taliban gunmen.
    2016.01.07 Egypt Hurghada 0 3 Three tourists are among the casualties of a suicide attack on a hotel.
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    2016.01.07 Libya Zliten 65 200 A massive suicide truck bomb at a police training facility kills dozens of young recruits during their graduation ceremony.
    2016.01.07 Somalia Mogadishu 1 1 An al-Shabaab mortar leaves one civilian dead and another seriously wounded.
    2016.01.07 Nigeria Maiduguri 1 0 A displaced person is beheaded by suspected Boko Haram
    2016.01.06 Iraq Dawra 2 7 Two civilians are liquidated along a city street by Muslim bombers.
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    2016.01.05 Egypt Sinai 4 0 ISIS-linked terrorists fire a rocket that claims four lives.
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    2016.01.05 Nigeria Borno 7 12 A suicide bomber detonates at a market, slaughtering seven bystanders.
    2016.01.05 Libya al-Sidra 7 25 Seven more oil port guards are killed during an attack by ISIS militants.
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    2016.01.01 Somalia Mogadishu 1 4 Islamists fire on a group of aid workers, killing one.
    2016.01.01 Libya Tripoli 300 0 Three-hundred West African migrants are reportedly rounded up by ISIS and executed.

    http://thereligionofpeace.com/attacks/attacks.aspx?Yr=2016

    Krauthammer’s Take: Obama’s Iran Deal: If a Company Did This ‘CEO Would Be in Jail Right Now’

    08/03/16 Rally Daytona Beach FL 400 Million Overnight To Iran

    Trump again references footage of Iranians taking million in cash

    Trump admits error

     

    Trump Admits Mistake: I Didn’t See Iran Cash Video

    Image: Trump Admits Mistake: I Didn't See Iran Cash Video

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    By Mark Swanson   |   Friday, 05 Aug 2016 07:23 AM

    Donald Trump on Friday took to Twitter to admit that he was wrong – the video he saw was not of $400 million being dropped off to Iran on an airplane.

    Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks tried to make that distinction Thursday, but Trump later on repeated his inaccurate assertion at a campaign stop in Portland, Maine, Politico reported.

    http://www.newsmax.com/Headline/trump-iran-video-mistake/2016/08/05/id/742259/#ixzz4GUNcoZWa

    Could Trump have been right? Propaganda film suggests Iran DID videotape cash-drop plane and photograph shipment of cash during January prisoner swap

    • February documentary that aired on Iranian state-run TV shows nighttime flight, pallet of cash matching prisoner-swap scenario reported this week
    • Donald Trump claimed three times this week that he had seen similar footage and that Iran had filmed the cash transfer to embarrass America
    • He walked back that claim Friday morning, saying he had only seen archival footage of a different plane delivering hostages safely to Geneva
    • He may have been right without knowing it: Propaganda broadcast shows the images and boasts the deal was great for Iran but terrible for the U.S.

    Iranian state-run media in Tehran did indeed videotape the arrival of a January 17 flight carrying $400 million in cash from the United States – and the money itself – judging from a documentary that aired the following month in the Islamic republic.

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been in a firestorm of controversy since first claiming on Wednesday to have seen ‘secret’ footage of money being offloaded from an aircraft.

    He admitted Friday morning on Twitter what his campaign had said more than a day earlier, that he had seen ordinary archival footage of a different plane, carrying American hostages freed from Iran arriving in Geneva Switzerland after the money changed hands.

    But it turns out he may have been right without knowing it.

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    Iranian state television broadcast this image of a shipping pallet stacked with cash in February as part of a propaganda film framing a January U.S. prisoner swap as a victory for Tehran

    Iranian state television broadcast this image of a shipping pallet stacked with cash in February as part of a propaganda film framing a January U.S. prisoner swap as a victory for Tehran

    The documentary described this plane as arriving in the dead of night with the money, exactly the scenario that Donald Trump was criticized for describing three times this week

    The documentary described this plane as arriving in the dead of night with the money, exactly the scenario that Donald Trump was criticized for describing three times this week

    The Iranian video was aired February 15 on the state-run Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting television network, as part of a documentary called ‘Rules of the Game.’

    A narrator, speaking in Persian, describes a money-for-hostages transaction over video clips of a plane on an airport tarmac in the dead of night and a photo of a giant shipping pallet stacked with what appear to be banknotes.

    The federal government shipped what many are calling a ransom payment in Euros and other non-U.S. currencies.

    The copy of the documentary footage DailyMail.com obtained is not of high enough quality to determine which nation’s banknotes are depicted.

    None of the footage is stamped with a date or time, making it impossible to know when it was shot.

    And the broadcaster blurred out one portion of the screen, covering up something resting on top of the mountain of money.

    But the documentary begins with a narration saying: ‘In the early morning hours of January 17, 2016 at Mehrabad Airport, $400 million in cash was transported to Iran on an airplane.’

    The film describes the Obama administration’s prisoner swap and Iran’s cash windfall from Tehran’s point of view as ‘a win-lose deal that benefits the Islamic Republic of Iran and hurts the United States,’ according to two English-language translations DailyMail.com obtained.

    Iranian news clip allegedly shows video of hostage ransom money

    The February Iranian TV documentary also said Republicans including Trump could learn the details of the one-sided prisoner swap in order to damage the eventual Democratic nominee's chances in the November election

    The February Iranian TV documentary also said Republicans including Trump could learn the details of the one-sided prisoner swap in order to damage the eventual Democratic nominee’s chances in the November election

    Four Iranian hostages were released on January 17, including a journalist, a pastor and a U.S. Marine, in a cash deal that Republicans are describing as a quid-pro-quo

    Four Iranian hostages were released on January 17, including a journalist, a pastor and a U.S. Marine, in a cash deal that Republicans are describing as a quid-pro-quo

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3725770/Could-Trump-right-Propaganda-film-suggests-Iran-DID-videotape-cash-drop-plane-photograph-shipment-cash-January-prisoner-swap.html#ixzz4GURLlvm7

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    Freed Iranian Hostage: Iranians Told Me They Were Waiting For Another Plane To Arrive Before Letting Us Go

    On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “The Intelligence Report with Trish Regan,” Saeed Abedini, one of the four hostages released from Iran back in January, stated that on the night he was freed, his captors told him they were waiting on another plane to arrive before letting him go.

    Abedini said, “I just remember the night that we’d been in a[n] airport, just take hours and hours there. And I asked one of the…police that was with us, that, why are you not letting us to go to the…plane? And he told me we are waiting for another plane, and if that plane take off, then we’re going to let you go.”

    He added, “[T]hey told us you’re going to be there for 20 minutes. But it took like hours and hours. We slept at the airport, and when I asked them why you don’t let us go, because the plane was there, pilot was there, everyone was ready that we leave the country, they said we are waiting for another plane, and until that plane doesn’t come, we never let you go.”

    Abedini was then asked, “Were they effectively waiting for the money to come in before they then let you take off?” He answered, “Yeah. They didn’t talk about money. They just told us about the — they told me about the plane. … So, the reason that they said you’re here in the airport is — was just because we are waiting for another plane.”

    Abedini was also asked if he believed a ransom was paid, to which he stated he was grateful for his freedom, but there are others still left behind in Iran.

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2016/08/04/freed-iranian-hostage-iranians-told-me-they-were-waiting-for-another-plane-to-arrive-before-letting-us-go/

     

    How Iran spent its $400M ‘ransom’ windfall

    Now that we know President Obama paid Iran $1.7 billion — $400 million in cold hard cash loaded on a secret flight — to ransom four American captives, comes an obvious question: What did Tehran do with all that money?

    To hear Team Obama tell it, Iran’s windfall went for strictly benign purposes.

    Just last week, CIA Director John Brennan claimed the money Iran is getting under Obama’s nuclear deal “is being used to support its currency” and “build up its infrastructure.”

    We doubt that’s true of all the hundred-billion-plus in sanctions relief — and we know it’s not true of the ransom payout.

    As Bloomberg’s Eli Lake reported in June, the money — a settlement of Iranian legal claims dating back to 1981 — is going straight to the military.

    The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies uncovered an item in Iran’s 2017 national budget ordering the Central Bank “to give the money from the legal settlement . . . of up to $1.7 billion to the defense budget” — which then rose 90 percent over the prior year’s.

    In other words, the cash is being used to arm Iran’s terrorist clients, like Hezbollah, and to fund its war for Syria’s Bashar al-Assad.

    And that won’t be the last of it. Iran has already taken several more US hostages since releasing the last batch. Expect fresh ransom demands to follow.

    http://nypost.com/2016/08/04/how-iran-spent-its-ransom-windfall/

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    Story 1: Republican Presidential Candidates Debate Becomes Boring — Ben Carson and Phyllis Schlafly Endorses Trump Changing News Narrative Cycle — Is That All There Is?  — Send In The Clowns! — Beat Goes On — Revolution —  We Can Work it Out — Seize The Opportunity — Videos

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    Friday, March 11
    Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
    Florida Republican Presidential Primary WTSP/Mason-Dixon Trump 36, Rubio 30, Cruz 17, Kasich 8 Trump +6
    Florida Republican Presidential Primary Florida Times-Union Trump 43, Rubio 24, Cruz 21, Kasich 10 Trump +19
    Florida Republican Presidential Primary Trafalgar Group (R) Trump 42, Rubio 23, Cruz 21, Kasich 11 Trump +19
    Florida Democratic Presidential Primary WTSP/Mason-Dixon Clinton 68, Sanders 23 Clinton +45
    Illinois Republican Presidential Primary WeAskAmerica Trump 33, Cruz 20, Kasich 18, Rubio 11 Trump +13
    Illinois Democratic Presidential Primary WeAskAmerica Clinton 62, Sanders 25 Clinton +37
    North Carolina Republican Presidential Primary High Point University Trump 48, Cruz 28, Rubio 8, Kasich 12 Trump +20
    North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary High Point University Clinton 58, Sanders 34 Clinton +24
    Missouri Republican Presidential Primary Fort Hays St. University Trump 36, Cruz 29, Rubio 9, Kasich 8 Trump +7
    Missouri Democratic Presidential Primary Fort Hays St. University Clinton 47, Sanders 40 Clinton +7
    Maryland Republican Presidential Primary Baltimore Sun Trump 34, Cruz 25, Kasich 18, Rubio 14 Trump +9
    Maryland Democratic Presidential Primary Baltimore Sun Clinton 61, Sanders 28 Clinton +33
    President Obama Job Approval Gallup Approve 52, Disapprove 45 Approve +7
    President Obama Job Approval Rasmussen Reports Approve 50, Disapprove 50 Tie
    Thursday, March 10
    Race/Topic   (Click to Sort) Poll Results Spread
    Florida Republican Presidential Primary Suffolk University Trump 36, Rubio 27, Cruz 19, Kasich 10 Trump +9
    Florida Republican Presidential Primary FOX News Trump 43, Rubio 20, Cruz 16, Kasich 10 Trump +23
    Florida Republican Presidential Primary Wash Post/Univision Trump 38, Rubio 31, Cruz 19, Kasich 4 Trump +7
    Ohio Republican Presidential Primary FOX News Trump 29, Kasich 34, Cruz 19, Rubio 7 Kasich +5
    North Carolina Republican Presidential Primary Civitas (R) Trump 32, Cruz 26, Rubio 11, Kasich 11 Trump +6
    North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary Civitas (R) Clinton 57, Sanders 28 Clinton +29
    Ohio Senate – Portman vs. Strickland PPP (D) Strickland 41, Portman 40 Strickland +1
    President Obama Job Approval Reuters/Ipsos Approve 45, Disapprove 49 Disapprove +4
    Direction of Country Reuters/Ipsos Right Direction 25, Wrong Track 63 Wrong Track +38
    Donkey and Elephant Democratic Republican
    Jurisdiction
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    delegate
    selection)
    Delegates
    each Date
    Cumulative
    Delegates
    Cumulative
    Percent
    Jurisdiction
    (delegates,
    delegate
    selection)
    Delegates
    each Date
    Cumulative
    Delegates
    Cumulative
    Percent
    Monday 1 February 2016 Iowa (52) 52 52 1.09% Iowa (30) 30 30 1.21%
    Tuesday 9 February 2016 New Hampshire (32) 32 84 1.76% New Hampshire (23) 23 53 2.14%
    Saturday 20 February 2016 Nevada (43) 43 127 2.67% South Carolina (50) 50 103 4.17%
    Tuesday 23 February 2016 Nevada (30) 30 133 5.38%
    Saturday 27 February 2016 South Carolina (59) 59 186 3.90%
    Tuesday 1 March 2016 Alabama (60);
    American Samoa (11);
    Arkansas (37);
    Colorado (78);
    Democrats Abroad (17);
    Georgia (117);
    Massachusetts (116);
    Minnesota (93);
    Oklahoma (42);
    Tennessee (75);
    Texas (251);
    Vermont (26);
    Virginia (109)
    1,032 1,218 25.56% Alabama (50);
    Alaska (28);
    Arkansas (40);
    Georgia (76);
    Massachusetts (42);
    Minnesota (38);
    Oklahoma (43);
    Tennessee (58);
    Texas (155);
    Vermont (16);
    Virginia (49)
    595 728 29.45%
    Saturday 5 March 2016 Kansas (37);
    Louisiana (59);
    Nebraska (30)
    126 1,344 28.21% Kansas (40);
    Kentucky (46);
    Louisiana (46);
    Maine (23)
    155 883 35.72%
    Sunday 6 March 2016 Maine (30) 30 1,374 28.84% Puerto Rico (23) 23 906 36.65%
    Tuesday 8 March 2016 Michigan (147);
    Mississippi (41)
    188 1,562 32.78% Hawaii (19);
    Idaho (32);
    Michigan (59);
    Mississippi (40)
    150 1,056 42.72%
    Thursday 10 March 2016 Virgin Islands (9) 9 1,065 43.08%
    Saturday 12 March 2016 Northern Marianas (11) 11 1,573 33.01% District of Columbia (19);
    Guam (9);
    Wyoming (29)
    57 1,122 45.39%
    Tuesday 15 March 2016 Florida (246);
    Illinois (182);
    Missouri (84);
    North Carolina (121);
    Ohio (160)
    793 2,366 49.65% Florida (99);
    Illinois (69);
    Missouri (52);
    North Carolina (72);
    Northern Marianas (9);
    Ohio (66)
    367 1,489 60.23%
    Tuesday 22 March 2016 Arizona (85);
    Idaho (27);
    Utah (37)
    149 2,515 52.78% American Samoa (9);
    Arizona (58);
    Utah (40)
    107 1,596 64.56%
    Saturday 26 March 2016 Alaska (20);
    Hawaii (35);
    Washington (118)
    173 2,688 56.41%
    Friday 1 April 2016 North Dakota (28) 28 1,624 65.70%
    Tuesday 5 April 2016 Wisconsin (96) 96 2,784 58.43% Wisconsin (42) 42 1,666 67.39%
    Friday 8 April 2016 Colorado (37) 37 1,703 68.89%
    Saturday 9 April 2016 Wyoming (18) 18 2,802 58.80%
    Tuesday 19 April 2016 New York (291) 291 3,093 64.91% New York (95) 95 1,798 72.73%
    Tuesday 26 April 2016 Connecticut (71);
    Delaware (31);
    Maryland (118);
    Pennsylvania (210);
    Rhode Island (33)
    463 3,556 74.63% Connecticut (28);
    Delaware (16);
    Maryland (38);
    Pennsylvania (71);
    Rhode Island (19)
    172 1,970 79.69%
    Tuesday 3 May 2016 Indiana (92) 92 3,648 76.56% Indiana (57) 57 2,027 82.00%
    Saturday 7 May 2016 Guam (12) 12 3,660 76.81%
    Tuesday 10 May 2016 West Virginia (37) 37 3,697 77.59% Nebraska (36);
    West Virginia (34)
    70 2,097 84.83%
    Tuesday 17 May 2016 Kentucky (60);
    Oregon (74)
    134 3,831 80.40% Oregon (28) 28 2,125 85.96%
    Tuesday 24 May 2016 Washington (44) 44 2,169 87.74%
    Saturday 4 June 2016 Virgin Islands (12) 12 3,843 80.65%
    Sunday 5 June 2016 Puerto Rico (67) 67 3,910 82.06%
    Tuesday 7 June 2016 California (548);
    Montana (27);
    New Jersey (142);
    New Mexico (43);
    North Dakota (23);
    South Dakota (25)
    808 4,718 99.01% California (172);
    Montana (27);
    New Jersey (51);
    New Mexico (24);
    South Dakota (29)
    303 2,472 100.00%
    Tuesday 14 June 2016 District of Columbia (46) 46 4,764 99.98%
    July 2016 Unassigned (1) 1 4,765 100.00%

    **DRUDGE POLL** WHO WON THE 12TH REPUBLICAN DEBATE ’16?

    • CRUZ
      37%
      42,813 votes
    • KASICH
      3%
      3,977 votes
    • RUBIO
      4%
      4,140 votes
    • TRUMP
      56%
      63,629 votes

    Trump-centric fight night canceled at Republican debate as candidates stage love-in and even the party chairman says the GOP will ‘support the nominee, whoever that is’

    • GOP sings Kumbayah as party chairman pledges to ‘support the nominee, whoever that is, 100 per cent’
    • Donald Trump has roiled the party with a slash-and-burn campaign style that has forced out all but two of his so-called ‘establishment’ rivals
    • But Thursday night’s debate in Miami began without any fireworks
    • Trump also confirmed that Dr. Ben Carson will endorse him Friday morning 

    Thursday night’s Republican presidential primary debate began without any fireworks – a first for the series of GOP matchups – as the four remaining candidates steered clear of attacking each other and even the Republican Party’s chairman counseled unity and calm.

    ‘So far I cannot believe how civil it’s been up here!’ Trump marveled during a calm, cool and collected exchange about illegal immigration.

    For nearly an hour, no one spoke in the second person. No one turned to address another candidate. Every statement was delivered facing the audience.

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (right) said Trump (left)  was guilty of 'funding liberal Democrats, and funding the Washington establishment'

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (right) said Trump (left)  was guilty of ‘funding liberal Democrats, and funding the Washington establishment’

    The Republican presidential candidates, from left, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich stand for a moment of silence for former first lady Nancy Reagan

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz had said Trump was guilty of ‘funding liberal Democrats, and funding the Washington establishment,’ and said the real estate tycoon couldn’t be trusted to take on the federal government.

    But he did it without raising his voice.

    Republican National Committee chair Reince Priebus addressed the audience at the University of Miami before the debate began, using his time to calm the GOP’s fraying nerves.

    ‘This party is going to support the nominee, whoever that is, 100 per cent. There’s no question about that,’ he said.

    Unspoken, but hanging heavy in the room, was the name of Donald Trump.

    Thursday night's Republican presidential primary debate in Miami began without any fireworks. Pictured from left, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich listen to the National Anthem

    Thursday night’s Republican presidential primary debate in Miami began without any fireworks. Pictured from left, Marco Rubio, Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich listen to the National Anthem

    The billionaire front-runner has roiled the RNC with an unconventional slash-and-burn campaign style

    The billionaire front-runner has roiled the RNC with an unconventional slash-and-burn campaign style

    The billionaire front-runner has roiled the RNC with an unconventional slash-and-burn campaign style, trampling the party’s more traditional candidates one by one since mid-2015.

    The two ‘establishment’ candidates who remain – Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Ohio Gov. John Kasich – are in third and fourth place among the quartet of candidates.

    Republicans, Priebus insisted on Thursday night, ‘are going to come together, unify in Cleveland, and get behind our nominee. That’s what we do as Republicans.’

    Cleveland will be the site of July’s Republican national Convention.

    ‘Any one of these four gentlemen would be a universe better than Hillary Clinton or a socialist like Bernie Sanders,’ Priebus said.

    Trump (left) shakes hands with rival Ted Cruz as they arrive onstage at the CNN at the University of Miami

    Trump (left) shakes hands with rival Ted Cruz as they arrive onstage at the CNN at the University of Miami

    Marco Rubio (pictured), Florida's junior senator, received the night's largest ovation when he was introduced

    Marco Rubio (pictured), Florida’s junior senator, received the night’s largest ovation when he was introduced

    Rubio, Florida’s junior senator, received the night’s largest ovation when he was introduced. But Trump set the tone for the night.

    ‘One of the biggest political events in the world is happening right now,’ he said, noting that millions of Americans who usually don’t participate in elections ‘are voting out of enthusiam. They’re voting out of love.’

    Trump said that supporters of his, ’50 years old, 60, years old, 70 years old,’ tell him they will vote for him when they cast ballots for the first time.

    ‘The Republican establishment, or whatever you want to call it, should embrace this,’ he said. ‘We’re having millions of extra people join.’

    ‘We’re going to beat the Democrats. We’re going to beat Hillary … and we’re going to beat them soundly.’

    Trump also confirmed news that had been buzzing around Washington all afternoon, saying that he had met with Dr. Ben Carson, a former presidential candidate who dropped out last week.

    Trump said that supporters of his, '50 years old, 60, years old, 70 years old,' tell him they will vote for him

    Trump said that supporters of his, ’50 years old, 60, years old, 70 years old,’ tell him they will vote for him

    'You can be politically correct if you want,' Trump said ¿ finally breaking the taboo on talking directly to one of his opponents. 'I'm not interested in being politically correct,' Rubio countered

    ‘You can be politically correct if you want,’ Trump said – finally breaking the taboo on talking directly to one of his opponents. ‘I’m not interested in being politically correct,’ Rubio countered

    He’s ‘endorsing me tomorrow morning,’ Trump said.

    The evening’s first disagreement – it would be an exaggeration to call it an argument, much less a fight – involved Trump and Cruz tussling gently on trade and tariffs.

    Trump is ‘right about the problem, but his solution doesn’t work,’ the Texan said, insisting that tariffs on China would only result in retail price increases.

    ‘It’s you that pays that tax,’ he told Americans.

    But Trump said ‘it’s just the opposite … we will start building those factories, those plants here,’ resulting in new jobs and a stronger economy.

    Even the subject of radical Islam didn’t bring out the fistfighting and brickbats.

    Trump doubled down on his statement about Islam being at war with the United States.

    ‘I mean a lot of them!’ he said. ‘There’s tremendous hatred, and I’ll stick with exactly what I said,’

    Rubio charged that Trump ‘says things they wish they could say. The problem is that a president can’t just say whatever he wants’ without bringing global consequences.

    Trump never raised his voice in response, and never looked at Rubio.

    ‘Marco talks about consequences. Well, we’ve had a lot of consequences including airplanes flying into the World Trade Center, and the Pentagon,’ he said.

    ‘You can be politically correct if you want,’ Trump said – finally breaking the taboo on talking directly to one of his opponents.

    ‘I’m not interested in being politically correct,’ Rubio countered. ‘I’m interested in being correct.’

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    Pat Caddell: ‘The American People Have Figured Out They’ve Been Screwed’ By Free Trade

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    Political strategist Pat Caddell tells Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM host Stephen K. Bannon about what he describes as the “stunning” emergency of “economic nationalism” that’s the driving force behind both the Republican primary race, and the

    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) 16% insurgency against Hillary Clinton.

    As Caddell puts it, the American people have concluded they’re getting “screwed” by trade deals, immigration policy, and other areas where their interests are not considered a priority by their own political and business leaders. He contended this backlash against the elites was the reason so many highly-touted candidates have flamed out of the GOP primary, which is on the verge of boiling down to a two-man race between the two leading anti-Establishment candidates, Donald Trump and Senator Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) 97%.

    Caddell said the critique of free trade from Trump – and to a lesser extent, his final remaining competitors – was the kind of break from party orthodoxy that could only happen during an election dominated by “outsider forces” and “insurgents.”

    “Trump is the more populist outsider, the insurgent,” said Caddell. “Ted Cruz has been the more ideological insurgent.”

    He attributed Trump’s greater success thus far to the primary electorate leaning toward populism, but saluted Cruz for “drawing his differences quite well” with Trump during Thursday’s encounter – a vitally important task for Cruz, as the once-crowded GOP primary moves into a two-candidate head-to-head finale.

    However, he chalked up the win for Trump based on the trade issue, which Caddell described as a “stunner” when he recently polled voters on the issues important to them. He said that poll showed “Republicans, and independents following Republicans, even more than Democrats are anti-free-trade… or, I should say, they have had it with trade deals, just as they’ve had it with the Washington establishment.”

    “What’s happening is, the economic anxiety – the tremendous alienation that exists, and the concerns about national security, and particularly China – are all fueling this nexus issue, which is all being expressed in concrete terms over these trade deals,” he explained, noting the issue scored especially strong in Michigan and Mississippi exit polls.

    Caddell further argued this “nexus issue” was the reason so many analysts were taken by surprise when Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in the Michigan Democrat primary. He faulted the hasty and superficial nature of many other media polls for failing to detect these powerful shifts of opinion in voters on both sides of the party divide.

    “It’s everywhere, in every constituency,” Caddell said of voter alienation from the Beltway establishment. “But remember, just this last August,

    Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY)  44% and John Boehner, when Barack Obama was on his rear – having had the rug pulled out from under him by Democrats, and on the verge of a major defeat, in advance of the Iran deal – who came riding to his rescue but McConnell and Boehner – as I assume after they got the phone call from the Chamber of Commerce – and managed to finagle whatever way they did it, to resurrect TPA, the authority… and to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory, if you’re looking at it politically.”

    Caddell said the “overwhelming sentiment” among Republican and Democrat voters alike is running against backroom deals, especially the kind voters fear will be coming their way as Republicans cave to Obama during his final lame-duck year.

    He cited one particular question from his poll, which found 72 percent agreement with the proposition that “the same people who have been rigging the rules in politics have been rigging the rules for their own benefit.”

    Caddell said Senator Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) 79% and Governor John Kasich were “panicked” as they realized they’re on the wrong side of the trade issue from this huge contingent of alienated Republican voters.

    “You had Rubio, who said his foreign policy had three legs to the stool, and the third one was TPP. You had Kasich, who has been a big supporter of free trade… and I believe, I haven’t gone back and looked, but I think he was in Congress in ’93, and if so, I bet you he voted for NAFTA. How much you wanna bet? Somebody ought to look that one up.  That’s the real point this morning, that could change the election in Ohio,” Caddell asserted. “If he did, as I suspect, voted for NAFTA, he could get killed on this now.”

    As a matter of fact, yes, John Kasich was a supporter of the North American Free Trade Agreement. It has come up during the primary campaign in the past, most notably during a July interview between Kasich and Chuck Todd of NBC News, when Kasich weakly admitted, “I think we have, in some ways, been saps.”

    Caddell may take some satisfaction from knowing that Kasich has been trying a little damage control on free trade since the summer, but if he’s right about the Ohio endgame, it won’t be good enough to save Kasich from the forces of economic nationalism.

    Caddell said Ted Cruz has been on “both sides” of the recent trade authority dispute, a position Cruz clarified during the Thursday night debate by saying he was in favor of the authority process, but against the trade agreement that emerged. Caddell thought Trump has done a far better job of tacking into the wind of the Republican base voters’ disenchantment with trade agreements, saying he “struck there” first, at a time when the issue was still largely regarded as “ancillary” by Republican strategists.

    He argued that the press has fundamentally misunderstood the Trump phenomenon all along, because they think Trump’s personality and celebrity shifted GOP voters’ positions on issues like free trade and immigration, when in truth Trump was tapping into a “free-floating anxiety” about economics, and sense of “political alienation,” which had been building in those voters for years.

    “The ‘independent variable’ is the American people who are driving the election, and Donald Trump is the dependent variable,” Caddell declared. “He has been the vehicle closest, for many, many Republicans – despite all of the other problems – substantively, on the issue, and it is economic nationalism.”

    He advised other Republican candidates not to shy away from this “economic nationalism” concept, as fully 75 percent of their voters are behind it, and it’s also a major component of Bernie Sanders’ success on the Democrat side.

    “Wall Street will freak out. All of the quote ‘better people’ who’ve been sitting in their ivory towers, economists, saying, ‘oh, free trade is good for you,’ whatever… well, the American people have figured out that they’ve been screwed,” Caddell said, noting high levels of support for supposedly unthinkable measures like tariffs, especially when applied to countries that abuse trade agreements, or treat their workers poorly.

    “I am telling you, we’re in a new paradigm. This is a revolutionary moment,” he said, describing it as a “historical moment of evolution in our political process” whose outcome could not yet be predicted… especially by politicians and poll-addicted pundits who have misunderstood the Trump-Sanders moment thus far.

    Many of those pundits assumed Trump’s appeal would fizzle, comparing it to themes from earlier failed campaigns, as far back as Pat Buchanan’s run in 1992. If Caddell’s analysis is correct, what these other analysts missed was that many streams of discontent flowed into the river of “economic nationalism,” creating a unified focus for a huge number of Republican voters – and an impressive number of Democrats – who feel the incestuous political and Big Business elite no longer serve their interests. Indeed, a good deal of Washington culture is actively hostile toward them.

    These voters feel like internationalist orthodoxy was given a chance to succeed… and they are profoundly disappointed in the results. They haven’t just lost confidence in the elite. They don’t even think they can command its respect, or even get its attention. In Donald Trump, they see a champion who will not easily be ignored.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/11/pat-caddell-the-american-people-have-figured-out-theyve-been-screwed-by-free-trade/

     

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