A new report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies has found that Islamic terror attacks in Europe increased by 725 percent between 2007 and 2017.
This figure, which includes both successful and unsuccessful attacks, once again highlights the reality that Islamic extremism is by far the biggest terror threat to the west.
— CSIS (@CSIS) May 19, 2019
Europe faces a significant threat from terrorism, particularly from Islamic extremists and far-right groups. Europe’s challenges with terrorism have largely gone unnoticed in the United States, whose strategy documents like the U.S. Department of Defense’s National Defense Strategy have shifted away from counterterrorism and toward competition with state competitors like China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea. In addition, Europe’s increasingly aggressive approach to terrorists—including prosecuting individuals for planning to travel abroad to join terrorist groups, censoring extremist Internet material, punishing Internet companies that fail to remove extremist material, and improving intelligence cooperation—have also largely gone unnoticed in the United States. This report takes a renewed look at Europe and compiles new data on the threat to Europe. It also examines the counterterrorism response by European governments, especially the United Kingdom and France. More
I’m surprised they even are allowed to report this truth. But let’s call it what it is… an invasion on unarmed civilians orchestrated by their own so-called leaders. This is why Americans will never give up or turn in our guns.
Obviously nothing to do with mass migration. https://t.co/kCnYFAnvkK
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) May 19, 2019
That’s a lot of “peace.”
— JCS (@JCS2700) May 19, 2019
They don’t want to assimilate in accordance with their host countries. Their aim is to impose Sharia law in those areas/neighborhoods they live in. This has happened in London and other cities in the UK. Also France.
— Orlando Herrera (@OrlandoMH3) May 20, 2019
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Oddly enough, the percentage of Europe’s population consisting of people not born in Europe but rather born in certain countries in North Africa and the Middle East has also increased by 725% between 2007 and 2017. What are the odds?
— John Walters (@jpwcpa) May 20, 2019