Woke and cancel culture are gaining ground on many fronts and may in fact be having a serious effect on our ability to ensure national security and public safety.
On May 21, 2004 a bomb injured the British High Commissioner to Bangladesh while he was visiting the Shah Jalal shrine, killing two.
On May 7, 2018 the Ittehadul Mujahideen North Waziristan bombed two girls’ schools in Pakistan and left pamphlets urging families not to send their children.
On May 4, 2016 Jabhat Al-Nusra attacked a village of in Syria, killing 15 civilians, including 4 children.
On April 18, 1996 AGAI killed 17 Greek tourists and an Egyptian tour guide outside a hotel in Cairo.
On April 16, 2016 two teenaged Islamist terrorists carried out an explosion in a Sikh temple in the German city of Essen that wounded three people.
On April 14, 2001 nine people were killed and 17 critically wounded by a jihadi suicide squad during Bangladeshi new year festivities.
On April 12, 2000 Islamist gunmen using hand grenades and automatic weapons killed 12 Shi’ites praying in a rural mosque in Pakistan.
On April 1, 2016 Islamist extremists shot three people in a tea room in southern Thailand, killing two and seriously wounding the third.
On March 21, 1997 gunmen suspected of being Islamist terrorists burst into homes of Hindu villagers in northern India, took away seven men and killed them.