Islam oppresses other religions, women, & attacks free societies.

30 countries: photos & brief descriptions:

Pakistan, Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nigeria, Mauritania, Iraq, Egypt, Ethiopia, Syria, Kenya-Somalia, Tanzania, Mali, Philippines, Tunisia, Sudan & South Sudan, Thailand, Brunei, Afghanistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Belgium, Great Britain, France, Spain, United States.

Pakistan: Peshawar church,  2 Muslim suicide bombers, 2013. Photo: NY Times.

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Pakistan: Christian church burned by Muslims, 2012. Photo: cited in Catholic Online (no other credit).

It is believed this Christian Church in Pakistan was torched by Muslims as a result of the video President Obama said caused the attack on the American embassy in Benghazi, Libya

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Pakistan’s 3 million Christians face economic marginalization and persecution at the hands of Islamic fundamentalists, besides the random and major attacks and church bombings in recent years. (USA Today; edited).

For five million Ahmadis, religious persecution has been particularly severe and systematic in Pakistan, which is the only state to have officially declared that Ahmadis are non-Muslims… As a result, persecution and hate-related incidents are regularly reported from different parts of the country. (Wikipedia).

Status of Women: The World Economic Forum ranks the country as the least gender equitable in the Asia and Pacific region. The 2012 annual report from the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan details many challenges women there face, including being “attacked and killed on account of asserting their rights to education, work and generally for choosing to have a say in key decisions in their lives.”
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Cases of abuse of Women in Pakistan from the Atlantic.

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Bangladesh:

Violence against Hindus, Christians, any non-Muslim minority. Arson, rape, murder in random attacks. False accusations of blasphemy ‘justify’ violent attacks.

The suppression of opposition – whether ideological or political – has become habitual in Bangladesh. The government jails leaders of the opposition and sues newspaper editors for defamation and sedition.

The army occupies large tracts of southern Bangladesh, turning indigenous lands into a militarized zones. Religious minorities are driven from their ancestral homes, their daughters and wives intimidated by rape (in article in the Guardian).

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 More Bangladesh: Muslim mob torches Christian home. (Photo: Pamela Geller site.)
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Indonesia:

Indonesia has the largest Muslim population of any nation. Muslim extremism is on the rise here, as it is in many nations in the Eastern Hemisphere.

Pictures of churches destroyed either by Muslim mob action (1st pic) or by Indonesian government (2nd pic). (no citations).

Tensions raised as multiple churches in Aceh Singkil, Indonesia burned down by mob of radical Islamists https://i1.wp.com/www.bibletruthonline.com/uploaded_images/Indonesia-church-719412.jpg

Theoretically, Indonesia is a model democracy with a 90% Muslim population. The reality on the ground is one of conflict, riots, persecution in certain areas of the vast island archipelago, especially in the western Aceh area, and in the northern more isolated smaller island chains. There have been both Muslim & Christian casualties in riots in some areas since the late 1990s.  Informative articles over recent years are @–

BBC News (2010), and  NY Times site (2012): “No Model for Muslim Democracy”, and  Inst. Rel.& Dem. (2014), and CBN (2016), NY Times (2016),

where it can be seen that persecution of Christians and forced closing of churches is increasing over time in Indonesia into 2016.

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Nigeria:

Attacks on Christians in the North and central part of Nigeria have been going on for 15 + years, killing more than 60,000 people. It has been a combination of Boko Haram Islamic militants and militant-supported Fulani Muslim tribal herdsmen, who want the Christian farmers driven out. Church bombed. Photo: AlterNet, Agence France Presse.

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The conflict has pushed food insecurity and malnutrition to emergency levels in northeast Nigeria, according to the Nigerian government.

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 Mauritania:
The country is nearly 100% Muslim, most of whom are Sunnis. There are extreme restrictions on freedom of religion and belief in Mauritania; it is one of thirteen countries in the world which punishes atheism by death. Sexism, racism, female genital mutilation, child labor, human trafficking, and the political marginalization of largely southern-based ethnic groups continued to be problems. Amnesty Int’l has accused the Mauritanian legal system… of functioning with complete disregard for legal procedure, fair trial, or humane imprisonment. The organization has said that the Mauritanian government has practiced institutionalized and continuous use of torture throughout its post-independence history, under all its leaders. Mauritania’s society has been characterized by discrimination against black populations.
Slavery is still illegally practiced. In 2012, it was estimated that 10% to 20% of the population of Mauritania (between 340,000 and 680,000 people) live in slavery. (Wikipedia). [Other sources estimate about 4% and 150,000 slaves.] 
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Quote from the U.S. Dept. of State report on Slavery in Mauritania, 2009:
“Still today, masters lend their slaves’ labor to other individuals, female slaves are sexually exploited and children are made to work and rarely receive an education. Slavery particularly affects women and children, who are the most vulnerable among the vulnerable. Women of child-bearing age have a harder time emancipating because they are producers of slave labor and perceived as extremely valuable.”
Photo: Slaves in Mauritania, Al-Jazeera.
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Iraq:
Dominican Sisters in the ruins of their church. Photo: © Ordo Praedicatorum 2015.
Over 700 churches of all denominations have been destroyed in Iraq, many Christians murdered including children, as well as thousands of Yazidi people, by Islamic extremists. There is a politically-correct myth in the West that ISIS does not represent true Islam, but the leader of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has a PhD in Islamic Studies. He follows the Quran and Hadith writings literally. Also, over a million Christians had been driven out of Iraq by Muslims in previous years before ISIS came along.
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Egypt:

Muslim extremism became violent toward Coptic Christians after Mohamed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhod was deposed as President of Egypt in 2013. As President, Morsi had issued a temporary constitutional declaration in late November that in effect granted him unlimited powers and the power to legislate without judicial oversight or review of his acts. The temporary constitutional declaration was called for a referendum, an act that his opponents called an “Islamist coup”. These issues, along with complaints of prosecutions of journalists and attacks on nonviolent demonstrators,  brought millions of protesters to the streets in the 2012 Egyptian protests that continued into 2013. (Wikipedia, et. al.).

Photo: Coptic Christians pray in their ruined church (by Muslim mob). Raymond Ibrahim (no credit supplied).

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Ethiopia:

Church destroyed by Muslim mob. Photo: BosNewsLife. Christians are 62%, Muslims 33% of the population. The State policy is against any religious persecution, and no political party is allowed to be based on a religion. But extremists sometimes take action on their own. (Summary of information from Wikipedia, et.al. )

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Syria:

Deliberate destruction of Christian churches by Islamic militants of all stripes: ISIS, Al-Qaeda, & numerous other jihadist groups during the Syrian conflict from 2011 to the present. Photo: Barnabas Fund.

Numerous churches in Syria have been destroyed

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Kenya: Somalia:
Muslims from Somalia’s Al-Shabaab murder 36 non-Muslims at North Kenya quarry, 2014. Photo: AP.
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       In Kenya: 147 dead victims of a brutal massacre by Somali Al-Shabaab Muslim terrorists at Garissa University College, April 2, 2015. Photo Credit: http://www.jihadwatch.org.
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Al Shabaab, which seeks to topple Somalia’s government, was driven out of Somalia capital Mogadishu by the African Union force AMISOM in 2011, and last year was ousted from strongholds elsewhere in the south by AMISOM and the Somali National Army. Al Shabaab conducts terror operations in Somalia & Kenya.
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June 1, 2016: Al-Shabab gunmen stormed the Ambassador Hotel in Mogadishu, Somalia,
after setting off explosives Wednesday. Members of the al-Qaida affiliated group, which seeks to make Somalia a fundamentalist Islamic state, detonated an explosives-filled car at the hotel’s gate, and followed with a siege of the four-story hotel. (Jihad Watch).  At least 13 people and three attackers were killed… 40 injured, a security official said. (CNN).
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June 26, 2016:  14 Killed In Hotel Attack In Somalian Capital Mogadishu.

14 Killed In Hotel Attack In Somalian Capital Mogadishu

Fire is seen at the scene of a car bomb attack claimed by Al-Qaeda-affiliated Shabaab terrorists which killed at least 5 people, on the Naasa Hablood hotel in Mogadishu on June 25, 2016. (AFP Photo)

Islamic extremist group al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the latest in a series of hotel attacks in Mogadishu. (NDTV)

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Tanzania:
Growing Muslim extremist movement, including al-Shabaab infiltrators, attacks Christian churches, non-Muslim or moderate refugees, and government security forces. Photo: Christian church burned by Muslim extremists, 2015.
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Mali:
Muslim gunmen kill 21 in hotel, 2015. Graphic by CNN. Islamic extremists are fighting to take over Mali.
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The Mali mission is the most dangerous active deployment for UN peacekeepers and it has been hit by sharp internal tensions since its launch in July 2013 to face jihadist uprising.

As of May, 2016: at least 64 MINUSMA peacekeepers have been killed while on active service, while another four have died in friendly fire incidents, UN figures show.

The north has seen repeated violence since it fell under the control of Tuareg-led rebels who allied with jihadist groups linked to Al-Qaeda in 2012.

The Islamists were largely ousted by an ongoing French-led military operation launched in January 2013, but they have since carried out sporadic attacks on security forces from desert hideouts. (AFP Source).

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Philippines:
Muslims Ethnically Cleanse Christians in southern Philippines over several years- many Christians killed, 60,000 displaced. Philippine government unable to stop it, and granted autonomous status to southern island Mindanao under Islamic rule. Photo: Frontpage Magazine, Daniel Greenfield author of article. Philippines - Muslims Attack Christians
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Tunisia:
Jihadi gunman (in police custody in photo) kills 38 people on Tunisia beach, 2015. Extremists oppose the non-Islamic government. Photo: Reuters.
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Sudan & South Sudan:
Attacks on Christians & churches for years by Muslim supremacists. Photo: BosNewsLife.
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May 29, 2016: Sudanese gov’t (Muslim) drops barrel bombs on Christian primary schools for children in the Nuba mountains. Also bombs dropped in general area, for random effect.

“Heiban locality has been targeted repeatedly in recent weeks. A baby died in a raid on the area on Monday, and six other people were wounded. In a raid on Heiban on 1 May, six children perished.”

“The civilian deaths have prompted widespread condemnation and outrage from organisations within Sudan and abroad.” … “The members of the ‘Troika’ (Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States) are appalled by the Sudanese government’s aerial bombardment of civilians in Kauda and the Heiban area of South Kordofan, including the bombing of St Vincent Elementary School on 25 May.”  Link to complete story.

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Thailand:
Buddhists murdered by Muslim extremists, 2011. Photo: Modern Tokyo Times.
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Details of the long-term Muslim Jihadi driven insurgency in southern Thailand can be found at this Wikipedia site.
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Brunei:

Small country located on the north coast of the island of Borneo. Islam is the official religion of Brunei, specifically that of the Sunni branch, as dictated by the Mudabh of Shafi’i. Two-thirds of the population, including the majority of Bruneian Malays and Bruneian Chinese, adhere to Islam. Other faiths practised are Buddhism (13%, mainly by the Chinese) and Christianity (10%). (Wikipedia)

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Brunei’s revised penal code came into force on April 22, 2014, stipulating the death penalty for numerous offences insult or defamation of the Prophet Mohammed, insulting any verses of the Quran and Hadith, blasphemy, declaring oneself a prophet or non-Muslim, robbery, rape, adultery, sodomy, extramarital sexual relations for Muslims and murder. Stoning to death was the specified “method of execution for crimes of a sexual nature.” Rupert Colville, spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) declared that, “Application of the death penalty for such a broad range of offences contravenes international law.” (Wikipedia)

While religious freedom is guaranteed under Brunei’s constitution, Christians face a variety of restrictions, including confiscation of religious materials intended for distribution and sale, and prohibitions on religious teaching in private, non-Islamic schools. Evangelism and conversion to Christianity is prohibited, Bible importation is forbidden and the government regularly ignores requests to build or expand churches. Even religious symbols on imported magazines are censored. There are only three registered churches in the country, all built during the colonial era. No new churches have been permitted, so believers must meet secretly.  (Voice of the Martyrs).

Photo below: Jay Leno attends a rally protesting against Brunei’s new strict Sharia law penal code outside the Beverly Hills Hotel on May 5. Photo by Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters

<em>Jay Leno attends a rally protesting against Brunei's new strict Sharia law penal code outside the Beverly Hills Hotel on May 5. Photo by Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters</em>

 Sharia law has been fully implemented since 2011 for all Muslims in the country. Islam governs all spheres of life in Brunei. Christian pastors and workers are considered ‘enemies’. Entering a tribal village will be monitored by government spies and police. In Brunei, there is a community of expatriate Christians, as well as a community of converts who have to remain largely in hiding. Anglican and Catholic churches are the only recognized Christian communities in the country, but even they have to be very careful. They are able to celebrate services, but apart from that, they are restricted. (Open Doors).

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Afghanistan:
Conversion from Islam to any other belief, even atheism, is apostasy & a crime under Afghanistan’s Islamic law and is punishable by death.
In some instances, people may even take matters into their own hands and beat an apostate to death without the case going to court. A few apostasy cases have been handled by the person being allowed to leave Afghanistan and seek asylum elsewhere, to escape execution. BBC News.
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Research by Global Rights estimates that almost nine out of 10 Afghan women face physical, sexual or psychological violence, or are forced into marriage. (Al Jazeera: Human Rights article). Photo: Afghan women’s rights activists mourn during the burial ceremony of Farkhunda, an Afghan woman who was beaten to death and set alight on fire on Thursday, in Kabul March 22, 2015. (Reuters/Mohammad Ismail) / Reuters.
Afghan women's rights activists mourn during the burial ceremony of Farkhunda, an Afghan woman who was beaten to death and set alight on fire on Thursday, in Kabul March 22, 2015. (Reuters/Mohammad Ismail)
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Iran:
Selective persecution; Example: In the case of adultery, a Muslim man who is convicted of committing adultery with a Muslim woman receives 100 lashes; the sentence for a non-Muslim man convicted of adultery with a Muslim woman is death. (Wikipedia).
There is typical Shariah oppression of women in Iran with limitations on their economic opportunities, subordination to men, can’t be judges, child custody laws favor the father, inheritance and ownership laws overwhelmingly favor men over women heirs. There have been occasional acid attacks on their faces for not wearing facial covering. The official policy is to imprison or severely fine the woman for not wearing covering.  A husband is allowed to kill his wife and her lover if he catches them in the heat of passion, whereas no such exemption from a murder charge exists for a wife should she catch her husband in same situation. In criminal cases, the testimony of a woman is worth half of that of a man’s. (Iran Human Rights Documentation Center).
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Other religions are allowed to function, without proselytizing. It is forbidden to convert from Islam to any other faith, punishable by imprisonment or death, depending on how the charge is made. Religious minorities face discrimination, arrest and arbitrary detention.  Photo: Police stop women for “not being properly dressed”. Nat’l Council of Resistance of Iran.
Iran: Police stops women for "not being properly dressed"
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Saudi Arabia:

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is an Islamic theocratic monarchy in which Sunni Islam is the official state religion based on firm Sharia law and non-Muslims are not allowed to hold Saudi citizenship. Children born to Muslim fathers are by law deemed Muslim, and conversion from Islam to another religion is considered apostasy and punishable by death. Blasphemy against Sunni Islam is also punishable by death, but the more common penalty is a long prison sentence. There have been no confirmed reports of executions for either apostasy or blasphemy in recent years. Religious freedom is virtually non-existent. Sharia applies to all people inside Saudi Arabia, regardless of religion. (Wikipedia).

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All women, regardless of age, are required to have a male guardian. Saudi Arabia is the only country in the world that prohibits women from driving. There are many limitations on women’s economic & legal rights. Saudi policy is that women should serve in the home.
Photo: Saudi Arabia Women’s conference (all men), published in Saudi newspaper Okaz in 2012.
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Germany:
Chancellor Merkel’s huge migrant program has let in over a million mostly Muslim migrants in 2015, with more scheduled for 2016. Background documentation has been nil. The result has been increase in crime rate & sexual & physical attacks on other refugees and even on German women in some cases.
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Sexual assaults in many German cities during New Year’s Eve: Photo from the Independent, of groups of men involved in physical actions on New Year’s Eve in Cologne.
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During the 2016 New Year’s Eve celebrations, hundreds of sexual assaults (including groping), numerous thefts, and at least five rapes were reported in Germany, mainly in Cologne city centre. Similar incidents were reported in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, and Bielefeld. All of the incidents involved women being surrounded and assaulted by groups of men on the street. 
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There are more than 1,900 victims and it is reported that up to 1,000 men may have been involved in Cologne, acting in groups of several dozen. Police reported that the perpetrators were men of “Arab or North African appearance” and said that Germany had never experienced such mass sexual assaults before.  The attacks sparked an international outcry, a debate about women’s rights, the sustainability of Germany’s asylum policy, and social differences between European societies and those of North Africa and the Middle East. Taking place during the European migrant crisis (see timeline), the attacks led to a hardening of attitudes against mass immigration. Wikipedia.
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Europe’s Rape Epidemic (Germany & Sweden most hit): Germany, Sweden and other European countries are facing growing public unrest amid a wave of reports of sexual assaults since the Cologne attacks. Complete Story here news.com.au.
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Germany: May 23, 2016 report in Breitbart London: ‘Religious War’: Muslim Migrants Ambush Yazidis With Knives And Baseball Bats.

A gang of Chechen Muslims wielding knives and baseball bats have allegedly “ambushed” a group of Yazidi migrants in Germany, sparking a “religious war” involving more than 100 people and leaving several hospitalised….. Multiple reports and studies on migrant centres and the migrant crisis in Germany have found that religious conflict and sexual violence is common and widespread among the new arrivals. Complete story here.

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Germany: May 13, 2016 report by Christian Post: Over 300 Christians Assaulted by Muslims at Refugee Camps in Germany, Report Reveals; German Authorities Accused of Covering Up Attacks.

The report warns that German authorities and police might be purposefully downplaying such incidents in order to avoid the “taboo” topic of Muslims attacking Christian refugees, keeping in mind the growing anti-immigration sentiments in the country. Complete story here. Complete story here.
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Germany: May 13, 2016 report by World Watch MonitorReligion-driven hostility to Christians follows them to German refugee centres.

Survey reveals most say they have been insulted, assaulted, or threatened with death. Christian refugees in Germany are facing religiously motivated abuse and violent attacks from Muslim refugees and security officials, according to a report by Christian charity Open Doors. Of 231 refugees Open Doors interviewed between February and April, 204 said they had experienced “religiously motivated persecution” – whether through verbal insults, sexual or physical assault, or death threats.

Of those interviewed, 69 per cent were Iranians, while 13 per cent came from Afghanistan and 5 per cent from Syria. Eighty-six per cent were former Muslims who had converted to Christianity, most of them in their home country.

Open Doors added that there are other European countries “where alarming signals are starting to reach the public”, including Sweden, where it said “the migration board director has acknowledged problems in this area”. Problems have also been reported in refugee camps in northern France, where last year an Iranian convert to Christianity was murdered. Complete story here.

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 Sweden:
Sweden is known as the “Rape Capital of Europe” (Highest on sexual harassment of any kind on map below:)
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Sweden: Article comparing Sweden’s & Japan’s different policies on letting in Muslim migrants:Sweden began opening its doors to Muslim immigrants in the 1970s. Today it pays a high price for having done so. The group suffering the severest consequences of such an open door policy has been Swedish women. As Muslim men immigrated to Sweden, they brought with them an Islamic culture sanctioning rape.” Complete article in Daily Caller.

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Interview: Retired Swedish Police Chief Says Malmo Crime Skyrocketing Due To Uncontrolled Immigration, No Go Zones. Complete article hereThe word “Muslim” is not used by the chief, due to gov’t pressure on officials.

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Attitudes of Muslims in Sweden: Swedish Imam to Muslims: “Do Not Befriend the Unbelievers”. Complete article here.

Another revealing article about non-assimilation of Muslims in Sweden here Quotes: After several sexual attacks on women in Östersund, the local police issued a warning that women are not safe outdoors after dark. Since February 20, 2016, eight women have been sexually assaulted or raped in the town…. A new report on migrants in Sweden, based on interviews with 1,100 students in Stockholm (90% of respondents were Muslims) found that immigrant youths live in a different world from their Swedish peers. 83% of the girls are not allowed to have male friends, 62% of the boys are not allowed to have female friends….The Swedish Security Service has identified at least 60 asylum seekers as terrorists and a threat to the country. However, the Immigration Service refuses to deport them.
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Turkey

June 28, 2016: Three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers opened fire and blew themselves up in Istanbul’s main airport, killing 41 people and wounding 239.

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The attack on Europe’s third-busiest airport was the deadliest in a series of suicide bombings this year in Turkey, part of the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State and struggling to contain spillover from neighboring Syria’s war.

One of the attackers blew himself up outside the terminal after the group opened fire at a security check, allowing the other two to enter the building and detonate explosives there.

Turkish Health Minister Recep Akdag says that 128 people remain in hospital, including nationals of Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine and Switzerland, the Associated Press reports.

Besides these kind of attacks, Turkey’s government has become more oppressive of Christians over recent years. Here is a statement from Open Doors:

There are three notable trends in Turkey at the moment: the presence of radical Islam, the ethnic conflict, and the changing political scene. Each of these trends are linked to each other, and all of them will affect Christians in Turkey. Persecution in Turkey is shaped by Islamic extremism, and is increasingly marked by violence. This suggests that the ever-present pressure on the Church is now translating into open opposition. Pressure on believers from Muslim backgrounds is especially acute due to the Islamic social environment. Increasing pressure on Christians is fueled by Turkish nationalism and a regime that aims to Islamize the country. In August 2015, fifteen Turkish protestant pastors received death threats from Islamic State militants, just one example of the growing dangers Christians in the country are facing.

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Belgium:

On the morning of 22 March 2016, three coordinated nail bombings by Muslim terrorists occurred in Belgium: two at Brussels Airport in Zaventem, and one at Maalbeek metro station in Brussels. In these attacks, 32 victims and three perpetrators were killed, and over 300 people were injured. (Wikipedia). ISIS claimed responsibility.  The bombings were the deadliest act of terrorism in Belgium’s history.

Photo: Destruction from the bombing in Brussels Airport; the Sun.

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Great Britain:

July 7, 2005 Muslim extremists bomb London. 52 civilians were killed, over 700 more injured. Photo: Peter Macdiarmid/PA Wire/Associated Press.

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France:
On 13 November 2015, Muslim terrorists attack with 3 suicide bombers near the Stade de France in Saint-Denis, followed by suicide bombings & mass shootings at restaurants and the Bataclan theatre in central Paris. 130 killed, 368 injured. Picture: KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP/Getty Images.
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Spain:
Al-Qaeda Muslim Bombings of commuter train system in Madrid, on the morning of 11 March 2004, killed 192 people & injured 2,000. Photo: can’t find citation.
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United States:
9/11/2001: Al-Qaeda Muslim extremists attack with hijacked airliners: New York City Trade Center Towers (& Pentagon, & Flight 93 crashed in Pennsylvania). Overall 9/11 victim death toll @ 3 sites is 2,977  Photo @ Trade Center in The Irish Sun, c. Corbis-Sygma.
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