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originally posted by: ElectricFeel
a reply to: TaleDawn
Aaaaaand... The fear mongering has finally begun after resting for a couple of weeks. Trump threads will be replaced by "All the muslims are going to kill us" threads.
originally posted by: Shiloh7
a reply to: TaleDawn
They don't have the common sense to direct their hatred at the people actually responsible. If they had any savvy at all they would have seen how many innocent people in the West wanted nothing to do with their governments foreign policies and dreadful actions in the countries they interfered with.
GRAND-BASSAM: -- At least 16 people including four Europeans were killed on Sunday after gunmen opened fire at a beach resort in Ivory Coast, according to a police source.
Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara has confirmed that the dead include fourteen civilians and two soldiers and said that in total there were six gunmen who opened fire on the beach.
The north African branch of al-Qaeda has claimed responsibility for the attack
NARATHIWAT: -- More bombs went off this morning in Narathiwat injuring three soldiers and volunteers in renewed symbolic attacks.
The latest violent cases in three districts of Narathiwat came less than a day after Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha ordered stepped up security patrols and checks following yesterday’s multiple attacks in Narathiwat’s Cho-airong district alone, wounding seven policemen and paramilitary rangers.
The attacks were believed by security authorities as a symbolic to mark the 56th of the founding of the Barisan Revolusi Nasionale separatist movement.
In renewed violence Monday morning in Narathiwat, three bombs went off, one injuring two soldiers and another wounding a defence volunteer
NARATHIWAT: -- The Internal Security Operations Command has condemned southern militants for using a hospital, medical staff and patients as a shield during a firefight with members of the security force in Narathiwat’s Cho-airong district Sunday afternoon.
ISOC spokesman Colonel Pramote Prom-in told a press conference on Monday that members of the security force were fully aware of the presence of a group of militants in the Cho-airong district hospital and exercised restraint in their reactive response to the militants’ gunfire for fear that medical staff and patients might be harmed.
He said that some of the militants dressed like paramilitary rangers and managed to mingle with civilians in entering the hospital without causing suspicion.
The militants attacked an outpost next to the hospital with M79 grenades and automatic gunfire wounding at least seven defenders. They later escaped toward a mountain behind the hospital.
its not looking good for those who supported the intervention in Bosnia
would have preferred the muslims in bosnia to have been 'ethnically cleansed'?