On this day in 2004, a female suicide bomber trained and tasked by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) set off explosives in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Why is it that so many so-called ‘religious’ terrorists seem to ignore the very tenets against murder that their religions explicitly espouse?
Episode 101 – Phil Gurski chats with Minke Meijnders, instructor at the University of Ottawa’s Security, Economics and Technology program.
On July 7, 1987 Sikh terrorists stopped a bus traveling in the Punjab and systematically killed 38 Hindu passengers and wounded another 33
On July 6, 2006 a powerful explosion killed at least seven people on a minibus in the Transnistrian capital city, Tiraspol
On July 5, 2016 Al Shabaab terrorists beheaded two staff from a Somali telecommunications company whom they accused of “cooperating with the enemy”
On July 4, 2002 an Egyptian AGAI terrorist opened fire at Los Angeles International Airport, killing two and wounding four
On July 3, 2008 AQ-linked Jemaah Islamiyah terrorists attempted to bomb a cafe popular with tourists in the Indonesian city of Bukittinggi.
On July 2, 2016 Al Shabaab launched mortars at the town of Baidoa killing two little girls and wounding 19.
On July 1, 2016 ISIS terrorists entered a café in Dhaka, took hostages and killed twenty people most of whom were foreigners