There have been 30 major mass casualty attacks directed against the United States, Britain, France, Spain, Pakistan, Kenya, Tanzania, India, Iraq, Morocco, Yemen, Tunisia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and North Osetia. 14 of the 30 attacks were conducted prior to the invasion of Iraq, making claims of the occupation of Iraq as a casus belli for al Qaeda’s terrorism to be disingenuous at best. 4,895 people have been killed in these attacks, and 12,345 plus have been wounded. The majority of the countries attacked are Muslim countries. And although not stated, the vast majority of the victims of al Qaeda's violence are Muslims.Show this to any of your friends who think that somehow we are doing something to aggravate these attacks.
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
You have to look at this. Bill Roggio and Marvin Hutchens have put together a flash presentation of all the Al Qaeda attacks since they declared war on us in 1998. This conclusion is crucial to note.
Posted by Betsy Newmark at 7:07 AM