Global Terrorism This Week for September 5 to 11 shows, once again, a heavily dominant jihadi threat.
The belief that we should never talk to terrorists under any circumstances gets dicey when we are talking about saving people from starvation.
On May 25, 2014 two possible Al Shabaab terrorists bombed a restaurant in Djibouti, killing three and wounding 15.
On March 26, 2012 at least two people were killed and 8 others wounded by mortar rounds fired by Somali terrorist group al Shabaab
On February 5, 2016 three people were killed in a probable Al Shabaab car bomb targeting an airport official in Mogadishu.
On January 15, 2012 a water tanker transporting its load hit a landmine probably laid by Al Shabaab terrorists killing three in Somalia.
On January 1 2012, terrorists believed to be part of the Somalia-based Al Shabaab (AS) sprayed bullets at New Year revellers in two bars in northeastern Kenya, killing five people.
On December 18, 2016 an RPG most likely fired by Al Shabaab struck a minibus in Somalia’s southwestern Lower Shabelle region, killing six people.
On December 7, 2012 a grenade tossed near a mosque in the Eastleigh area of Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, killed five and wounded at least eight.
On November 28, 2002 a car crashed through the front of a Kenyan hotel, killing 13 and wounding 80: an attack on an aircraft taxiing failed.