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    Sorry Apologists; But Islam Isn’t Responsible for Only 2% of Terror Attacks

    You may have seen the stats currently circulating on social media that would lead us to believe that Islam is responsible for only 2% of terror attacks. Of course, we all know this is ridiculous.

    Admittedly, “far-right terrorism” does happen, but it’s rare for a day to go by nowadays when we don’t hear of someone being blown up or stabbed in the name of Islam. Don’t get me wrong; I’m not writing this in an attempt to blame all terror attacks on Muslims, but if people are going to push the “it’s only 2% so it’s not an issue!” line down our throats, it’s only fair that we make sure the stats are right. The problem is; they’re not right.

    The report that we are looking at is a 190-page document from 2014, created by Europol (part of the EU). I have identified three main issues with Europol’s report. They are: classification, timeframe and population consideration.

    It’s important to note, that this report is incredibly hard to make sense of. The stats aren’t provided in a logical manner and you have to delve in and out of paragraphs to get the information that you want. The report also classifies their statistics by “attacks” rather than “deaths”. There are both positives and negatives to this. A positive is that it doesn’t overlook the injuries of mass-scale Islamic terror attacks (America’s Boston Marathon bombing is a great example of this; where only 3 people were killed, but an additional 280 people were injured). A negative is; what do they actually classify as an “attack”?



    Issue No. 1: Classification
    The report claims: “EU Member States did not report any terrorist attacks specifically classified as right-wing or religiously inspired terrorism for the period 2013.” Now, we know straight away that this isn’t true. To highlight one example; the murder of Lee Rigby took place in May 2013. After the attack, Michael Adebolajo (one of the murderers), was filmed on camera saying: “We swear by the almighty Allah that we will never stop fighting you.” Clearly, this attack was religiously inspired.

    By looking at this example alone, we can tell straight away that this report isn’t classifying obvious, religious attacks; as religious. Clearly, if they’re missing out specific religious attacks from their figures, the figures aren’t going to be correct.



    What Type of Attacks Does the Report Include?
    What is perhaps even more audacious than the report ‘conveniently’ leaving out certain religious attacks, is that it also classes acts such as handing out propaganda leaflets or smashing a building’s windows as an act of terrorism. That’s right; criminal damage is in the same league as chopping someone up with a machete, apparently!

    I mentioned previously that Europol’s report is very difficult to make sense of. Unfortunately, it doesn’t correlate all the attacks by year, and by whether they were considered violent, or deadly, or neither. Since Europol is an EU organisation, I would suggest that this is done on purpose to direct the attention away from Islamic-motivated attacks. What we do know, however, is that around 70% of the attacks in the report were targeted towards business sector or private sector properties. They also include further attacks which are targeted towards public sector properties. Bearing this in mind, it must be a very small percentage of attacks in the report that are actually classified as causing death or injury to people.

    This report isn’t a report on the number of violent and deadly attacks that have taken place in Europe. This is a report on criminal damage.



    Issue No. 2: Timeframe
    Another major concern that I have with the “2%” figure is that is comes from the 2014 Europol report. There is a 2016 report, but this shows more Islamic terror attacks, so people tend to shy away from it.

    Below I have shown two graphs. The first is “terrorist attacks” in EU countries from 2009 to 2013. The second is “terrorist attacks” in Western Europe from 1970 to 2016. Remember, many of these attacks are simply acts of propaganda or criminal damage, but even by Europol’s ridiculous classification standards, they can’t hide the impact that Islamic terrorism has had on us over the last few years.



    Islam Terrorist Attacks to 2013




    Islam Terrorist Attacks to 2016



    Issue No. 3: Population Consideration
    Let’s remember that, as an average in EU countries, Muslims make up around 6% of the population. People seem to forget this when they’re comparing the number of Islamic terror attacks, to non-Islamic terror attacks. If we look at the statistics in red on the above graph over the last few years, we seriously need to ask ourselves; how are such a small percentage of the population causing so much terror?

    The Muslim population is currently growing at a rapid rate in EU countries. What can we expect those figures to look like in five years’ time, or even ten years’ time?



    A Summarisation of Europol’s Report
    Unfortunately, as Europol’s report doesn’t give us details of what each “attack” was, and who carried it out, I can’t tell you from the report what percentage of violent attacks were carried out by Muslims. We do, however, now have a few responses to try out each time someone quotes us the 2% figure:

    Your report classifies handing out leaflets and smashing windows as “acts of terrorism”.
    Your report doesn’t include the last three years, where Muslims have been responsible for 80%+ of terror attacks.
    Muslims only make up around 6% of the population in EU countries, yet they’re carrying out an extremely high percentage of attacks. Does this not concern you?


    Some More Accurate Statistics, For You
    There have been 21 Islamic terror attacks in France since January 2015. This is more than the past 100 years combined.

    There have been 407 terror attacks across the globe so far in 2017. These have resulted in the murder of 2835 people. Islamic State have claimed responsibility for 140 of these attacks. 130 of the attacks were accredited to “lone wolves” (like, for example, Khalid Masood).

    Islam is responsible for at least 300 terror attacks in Europe since 9/11; killing approximately 1700 people, and injuring thousands more. This is an extremely high figure to say that they only make up 6% of the population.

    Islam is responsible for 44 terror attacks in Europe since 2014. This time period in Europe is known as the “Wave of Terror” and has been linked to the Syrian Civil War and the rise of Islamic State. These terror attacks have been responsible for 362 murders, and many additional injuries.

    Islam is responsible for over 30,000 terror attacks worldwide since 9/11, resulting in tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of deaths and injuries.



    Why I Have Written This Report
    You may remember a recent Huff Post article where the author claimed he was tired of defending Islam every time another terror attack happened. Well, I’m tired too.

    I’m tired that every time another Muslim kills someone in the name of Islam, the media put out their usual hat trick of “lone wolf”, “mentally ill individual” and “nothing to do with Islam”.

    I’m tired of people denying that the Quran promotes the murder of non-believers; although they’ve never read it.

    I’m tired of the fact that, every time I try to talk about my concerns, I’m met with the phrase; “But not all Muslims are terrorists.” Yes, we know this. And nobody is saying they are. This response is in fact a direct refusal to deal with the issue at hand by responding to a claim that nobody has made. Not all Muslims are terrorists, but an usually high amount of attacks are carried out in the name of Islam. Why aren’t we questioning this?

    I’m tired of those that ignore the majority of attacks, but say “What about Thomas Mair and Anders Breivik?” or “What about the IRA?” Those attacks are awful too, but please look at the figures above which show the scale of Islamic terrorism in recent years and realise what a silly comparison this is.

    Most importantly, I’m tired of the people who prioritise defending Islam over questioning the reasons why an 11-year old deaf girl was run over and disembowelled in Sweden last month, or why a British police officer gave his life in March to protect his citizens outside the Houses of Parliament in London. Ebba and PC Keith Palmer died for a reason, and that reason was Islam.





    Why Are People in Denial?
    Why are so many people in denial about the figures above? Is it because they’re scared to face the truth, or scared to go against the majority and face backlash, perhaps?
    https://www.defendevropa.org/2017/eu...attacks-wrong/

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    That Islam is an unwelcome intruder in Western Countries is not in doubt, and that there is a significant terrorist angle to Islam is also not in doubt.

    However, fixating on "Muslims = terrorists" isn't helpful either.

    The fact is that Western Countries, Governments and Oligarchs are very deeply invested in deliberately assisting the spread of Islam across the West.

    NATO, Western Countries, Governments, Politicians, Oligarchs, Banksters and Industrialists are intimately and DIRECTLY INVOLVED in arming these Islamists and in radicalising them in order to use them as blunt geopolitical tools through which to destroy and destabilise countries not controlled not controlled by them.

    Islamic Terrorists, the financiers and paymasters and spiritual leaders of Islamic Terrorists and the Western Establishment are in a direct alliance with one another. That is the unfortunate truth and reality which 99.9% of Whites are too stupid and unwilling to realise and admit to.

    Whenever an Islamic attack of some sort happens, remember who makes it all possible and who is responsible for it! - Western Democracy and Western Democratic Leaders!
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    Islamist Violence Has Become a Normal Part of European Life

    Douglas Murray, Spectator, August 26, 2017

    It’s just over a week since 15 people were killed in an Islamist attack in Barcelona, Spain. It appears that the person who organised the cell involved in that attack was an Imam called Abdelbaki Es Satty. In the days that have followed we have also learned that the country only narrowly avoided a far worse assault, and that the cell who were subsequently involved in a shoot-out with police had been planning to blow up a set of Spanish monuments including Antoni Gaudi’s masterpiece, the church of Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.

    Last night there were only two attacks in Europe. In the centre of Brussels a Somali-born man shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ (‘Allah is Greatest’) attacked soldiers with a machete before being shot dead. And in London, outside Buckingham Palace a man from Luton shouting ‘Allahu Akbar’ was restrained by police before he was able to cause more than minor injuries to them with the machete he was carrying.

    There could be any number of explanations for these attacks, as with so many attacks before them. It could be that the perpetrators suffered the famous problem of low blood-sugar levels which have been known to cause attacks of this kind in the past. Or it could be that these are simply further cases of people making their objections to Spanish, Belgian and British foreign policy clear in a more effusive manner than is normally deemed acceptable.

    But the important thing to remember about these attacks is that they are just like the weather. Unlike other types of violence, these solitary events must be seen as indicative of absolutely nothing, with no further investigation into anything that might lie behind them. They are just strange eruptions which occasionally happen and have no connections to anything, anywhere or anyone.
    https://www.amren.com/news/2017/08/i...european-life/

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    Where do they get the "people killed in White supremacist attacks in Europe" figures from? Sounds completely thumb-sucked to me.

    I recall that whenever an autochthon European kills a foreigner, this has been given a "right-wing" or "xenophobe" spin by the media. Those figures still sound incredibly high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theunissen View Post
    Where do they get the "people killed in White supremacist attacks in Europe" figures from? Sounds completely thumb-sucked to me.
    These figures are almost entirely down to sectarian violence in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. It's no coincidence the chart starts at 1970 and has a sharp break in 1998. It's a joke they conflated "Extremist Christian" and "White Supremacist"(and actually, even the "sectarian" attacks were neither of those but that's a different matter).

    And that is all one has to know about those figures, that they conflate actual Islamist terror attacks and a quasi-guerilla war of independence(with some "simple" crime over drugs perpetrated by Republicans and Loyalists in more recent times). We don't even need to compare population figures to counter that. Right-wing terror attacks are simply of no consequence in Europe(or elsewhere, for that matter).
    Without the figures from the Troubles, in no year, save for two instances, would the death count have risen over 20. And at least half of those would, on closer, objective inspection, probably have no "White Supremacist" background.

    The only real terror attack that qualifies as such, which has ever happened in Western Europe and was remotely connected to Nationalism(at least in the eyes of the public), was that of Breivik in 2011.

    Where they, the original source of that table not Defend Europa, get their 180+ figures in 2004 and 2015 from, is a mystery to me. Unless that's supposed to be respectively 5-10 or 20-30 deaths and was planted on top of the Islamist count.
    In that case they either fail at the most simple basics of statistics or willingly try to deceive less attentive observers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Juthunge View Post
    These figures are almost entirely down to sectarian violence in Northern Ireland during the Troubles. It's no coincidence the chart starts at 1970 and has a sharp break in 1998. It's a joke they conflated "Extremist Christian" and "White Supremacist"(and actually, even the "sectarian" attacks were neither of those but that's a different matter).
    Indeed it is, disqualifies those idiots out of hand. Concerning the IRA, I don't think they'd really qualify as "Extremist Christian", since it's a more Marxist/leftish leaning group with separatist tendencies. It just happens that they recruit their base from mostly Irish Catholics.

    Quote Originally Posted by Juthunge View Post
    And that is all one has to know about those figures, that they conflate actual Islamist terror attacks and a quasi-guerilla war of independence(with some "simple" crime over drugs perpetrated by Republicans and Loyalists in more recent times). We don't even need to compare population figures to counter that. Right-wing terror attacks are simply of no consequence in Europe(or elsewhere, for that matter).
    Without the figures from the Troubles, in no year, save for two instances, would the death count have risen over 20. And at least half of those would, on closer, objective inspection, probably have no "White Supremacist" background.
    It seems "White Supremacist" is a pet term for those morons. I now recall there were some bombings in Europe blamed on right-wingers, but the organisations accused of it, denied, or rather disputed, any responsibility for this. There is some good hinting that intelligence services were involved into this. Reason might be that patriotism was rising again. I think they pushed "Holocaust Remembrance" in schools and cinema at the same time. This is however past the 70s. There were several left-wing groups active in the 1970s, which did indeed accept responsibility for most of the bombings or shootings.

    Quote Originally Posted by Juthunge View Post
    The only real terror attack that qualifies as such, which has ever happened in Western Europe and was remotely connected to Nationalism(at least in the eyes of the public), was that of Breivik in 2011.
    Which was suspicious as well. But Breivik could at least be pinned at the periphery of the right, while most of his views actually seemed to be pretty mainstream. And he was a Zionist, holocaust-believing Freemason by that.

    I recall when that happened. Immediately suspicious, just recall reading and downloading that manifesto. That's how I know. And I thought by myself. Those killed in the attacked were actually virtually all members of an organisation that supported Communist, Anti-White Terrorists in South Africa. So my sympathies were not that warm. Although most of the victims were probably just there, because their parents were members of that organisation and it was another freeby they got their as vacation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Juthunge View Post
    Where they, the original source of that table not Defend Europa, get their 180+ figures in 2004 and 2015 from, is a mystery to me. Unless that's supposed to be respectively 5-10 or 20-30 deaths and was planted on top of the Islamist count.
    In that case they either fail at the most simple basics of statistics or willingly try to deceive less attentive observers.
    The original info seems to come from here:
    https://www.start.umd.edu/gtd/search...erpetrator=417

    And the graph confirms what you're saying. I'm surprised the IRA could get away that long with its activities anyway. It's in an urban setting, it's a limited population to deal with and it's yes the British intelligence community they got to deal with.
    Those people should have been mopped up within a year, or faster if you ignore legal issues.

    But as said. The "White Supremacist" label is completely idiotic in their case anyway. IRA is Marxist, Most of the other groups were leftist Anarchists or Marxists as well. Explicitly pro White groups in Europe were weakly organized parties or clubs and they didn't tend to engage in violence whatsoever. The skinhead phenomenon is a bit of another pair of shoes, but they were few and mostly engaging in brawls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theunissen View Post
    Where do they get the "people killed in White supremacist attacks in Europe" figures from? Sounds completely thumb-sucked to me.
    The last time I read on of those official reports on terrorism in EU, roughly 80% where carried out by those with a left-wing political agenda. And most of those are separatist groups, who like the IRA have Marxist-Leninist or other kind of far-left tendencies.
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