reply to post by Someone336
I'm in the process of checking out the list of christian terrorists you provided.
Looks like The Provisional IRA is the military wing of the Roman Catholic church who are fighting a for hopeless cause (to end British control over
Ireland) plus catholics are christian by defination Only
The Lord's Resistance Army is a Cult
The group was formed in 1987 and is engaged in an armed rebellion against the Ugandan government in what is now one of Africa's longest-running
conflicts. It is led by Joseph Kony, who proclaims himself the "spokesperson" of God and a spirit medium, primarily of the Holy Spirit, which the
Acholi believe can represent itself in many manifestations. The group adheres to a syncretistic blend of Christianity, Mysticism, traditional
religion, and witchcraft, and claims to be establishing a theocratic state based on the Ten Commandments and Acholi tradition
looks like (so far) that the The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam is a separatist organization formerly based in northern Sri Lanka. Founded in May
1976, it waged a violent secessionist campaign that sought to create an independent Tamil state in the north and east of Sri Lanka.
 This campaign evolved into the Sri Lankan Civil War, which was one of the longest running armed conflicts in Asia until the LTTE was defeated by
the Sri Lankan Military in May 2009
not much about christian tigers but there were probably some involved.
most are Hindu and ethnic Muslims
The slaying of Dr. George Tiller in his Kansas church Sunday was part of a decades-long history of domestic terrorism aimed at abortion providers,
carried out by asmall minority of the much broader and generally peaceful movement that opposes abortion
From 1977 to 1988, an epidemic of antiabortion violence took place in the United States, involving 110 cases of arson, firebombing, or bombing. The
epidemic peaked in 1984, when there were 29 attacks. Nearly all sites (98%) were clinics that provided abortions. Facilities in 28 states and the
District of Columbia were involved. The national rate of violence was 3.7 per 100 abortion providers and 7.2 per 100 nonhospital abortion providers.
The national ratio of violence per 100,000 abortions performed was 0.6 Arson was both the most frequent (39% of all cases) and the most damaging (mean
cost $141,000) type of violence. The epidemic appears partially attributable to multiple point-source outbreaks of violence caused by small numbers of
individuals or groups. Thirty-three persons have been convicted to date. Vigorous prosecution of perpetrators and the reemergence of clinics after
damage probably helped to curb the epidemic.
christian terrorism holds no water compared to muslim terrorists and is a cop out for the war they have declared on the USA ......
Profile, scan and search if necessary