Terrorist attacks are horrific tragedies that no human being should ever have to face. But within the past few weeks, thousands have had their lives forever changed by the despicable acts of radical Muslims.
Ramadan began on May 26th this year, and with it came a wave of new terrorist attacks around the globe.
In Egypt, 29 Coptic Christians, including children, were killed by ISIS on the first day of Ramadan. The attacks haven’t decreased in frequency since.
In Iraq, dozens were killed when ISIS set off two bombs, one in an ice cream shop and one in a pension distribution center for the elderly.
In Afghanistan, nearly 100 were killed and hundreds more were injured when ISIS bombed one of the safest parts of Kabul.
Today's blast captured by a security camera pic.twitter.com/0T2auzB5qy
— Saad Mohseni (@saadmohseni) May 31, 2017
With this latest attack in London, the casualties of terror continue to rise.
From The Daily Caller:
Significant terrorist attacks have sprung up across the globe since the beginning of Muslim holy month of Ramadan May 26, with current counts confirming three attacks and 149 dead, and a reported Saturday incident on London Bridge still developing.
Islamist terrorist groups usually use the holiday to mount more significant terrorist attacks, and promise their followers extra benefits for dying in such attacks during the holy month.
These extra benefits include maximizing the reward you receive from Allah on the day of judgment.
ISIS claims that violence is a ‘beloved” act to Allah, despite the fact that Muslims are urged to not commit acts of violence during the holiday.
But in a statement released on YouTube, ISIS urged its followers to wage “all-out war” on the West during the Muslim holy month, and to attack “infidels…in their homes, their markets, their roads and their forums…double your efforts and intensify your operations”.
During the Iraq war, the left claimed that no Muslims committed violence during the “holy” month of Ramadan, and that the U.S. shouldn’t attack any rebels in Iraq during that time
But in 2003, the “Ramadan Offensive” led by radical Muslim insurgents caused the deaths of 75 Americans.
Now in 2017, more lives are being lost during a month Muslims falsely claim is a time of peace. More needs to be done by our leaders to stop these senseless murders and restore peace in our very broken world.
Source: The Daily Caller