These are the States that ISIS plans on attacking in the next 31 days – is yours on the list
Terrorism; we all know it, and we all fear it. With all of the innocent lives lost this year due to audacious attacks from radical Islam, citizens of not only our great country, but other countries around the world are seemingly always on edge, wondering when tragedy will strike next.
So far this year, there have already been 1,841 terrorist attacks carried out by jihadists around the world. In these attacks, a total of 15,590 people have been senselessly murdered, and 18,912 others wounded. In America alone, 64 people have died and another 124 injured.
With those numbers in mind, it’s not “Islamophobic” to fear letting in people from countries that terrorists come from. Actually, it’s completely rational to fear for the well-being of your family and fellow citizens. In times like this, we need to be smart and objective in our approach to taking in people from these countries. Some have already slipped through the cracks, and Americans paid dearly for it.
In 2016, there have been 62 people, mostly men, who have either launched attacks on our homeland, or been accused of taking part in ISIS related activities. Just how many terror attacks have there been this year? 48, including mass shootings, mass stabbings, and a suicide bombing. 34 of those 62 terrorists were either immigrants or children of immigrants—six of them were “refugees” from countries like Palestine and Somalia.
On June 12th, 2016, America watched in horror as it witnessed the deadliest mass shooting in our history at the hands of a Muslim jihadist named Omar Mateen. 49 American citizens died at Pulse Nightclub that day, and 54 others were wounded. He had been investigated by the FBI for connections to terrorism in 2013 and 2014, and was subsequently placed on the Terrorist Screening Database, but later removed. In a phone call to 9-1-1 he made while slaughtering our fellow Americans, he said: “I pledge allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may Allah protect him [Arabic], on behalf of the Islamic State,” yet a narrative was pushed that this wasn’t a problem with Islamic terrorism, but a gun problem instead.
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