Muslim and Non-Muslim Extremists – [Some Individuals and Groups]

In The Name of Allaah, The Most Merciful, The Bestower of Mercy.

Muslims: October 30:

Comment on the above: Music is a major sin in the sight of the Creator; however none is allowed to take the law into his own hands. Secondly, even if the Muslim authorities sought to arrest those who were playing music, the penalty for such a deed is not capital punishment, so how about one who takes the law into his own hands and commits murder in the name of enjoining good and forbidding evil. This is what occurs when an ignoramus seeks to enjoin good and forbid evil in the name of Islam and thus not only cause more harm than good, rather he transgresses the limits and commits a greater sin, because murder is a greater sin and crime than music.

non-Muslims: October 29: Dozens of people, many from Hindu nationalist right-wing groups, were arrested Friday in India for disrupting Muslim prayer gatherings, local media reported, in the latest sign of growing sectarian tensions in the country.

non-Muslims: October 28: Neo-Nazi duo handed nine-year US prison terms over apparent! attack plot!

non-Muslim: October 22: Muslim: Michael Nugent: Man’s jail term increased for ‘extreme’ online material. He posted videos celebrating the Christchurch mosque attacks in New Zealand in March 2019, which he described as a “game-changer”.

Muslim: October 15: David Amess- Conservative MP – stabbed to death By Ali Harbi Ali, 25.

O Jane Clinton! The Man Who Murdered David Amess Does Not Even Have a Right to Harm An Animal, Let alone a Fellow Citizen; So, Do Not Defile The Term Islam

Rabi’ul Awwal 1443AH (14 October 2021): The bow-and-arrow rampage in Norway – 37 Year old Espen Andersen Braathen killed five people! Creed or Ideology of perpetrator unknown at this time.

Muslims: 2021 October 12: Turkish Police Detain 25 Daesh-linked Suspects In anti-terror ops:

Non-Muslim- April 2017: Alexandre Bissonnette a 27-year-old university student was charged with six counts of first-degree murder over a shooting at a Quebec City mosque during evening prayers, in what the Canadian prime minister described as an act of terror.

Muslims- 2005 7 July:  Carried out by four suicide bombers, which targeted civilians using the public transport system during the morning rush hour. Three bombs were detonated on three separate trains on the London Underground and one on a double-decker bus. As well as the suicide bombers, 52 other people were killed and around 700 more were injured.

Non-Muslim- October 2016: Three Kansas men have been accused of plotting attacks targeting an apartment complex home, a mosque and many Muslim immigrants from Somalia, authorities said Friday.

Muslims: 2007, 30 June: Two people drove a jeep Cherokee loaded with propane canisters into the glass doors of the Glasgow Airport terminal, setting it ablaze. Five people were injured and the only death was of one of the perpetrators, who later died in hospital from his injuries.

Non-Muslim- Nov 2015: Robert Lewis Dear: Colorado Springs police lieutenant Catherine Buckley said on Friday it was too early to determine the suspect’s motive. “We don’t have any information on this individual’s mentality, or his ideas or ideology,” she said. However, on Saturday news reports said Dear had reportedly said “no more baby parts” while he was being arrested, citing unnamed law enforcement sources. Planned Parenthood has been at the centre of political controversy over videos released by an anti-abortion group which purport to show employees discussing the sale of fetal tissue. Planned Parenthood denies any wrongdoing by staff.

Muslims: 2013, 22 May: British soldier, Lee Rigby murdered by Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, with a handgun, knives and a cleaver.

Non-Muslim- 2015: Dylann Storm Roof  sentenced to death for killing nine black parishioners in a 2015 mass shooting at a historic Charleston church, appealed the capital penalty and his convictions on Tuesday.

Muslims: 2017, 22 March: Westminster attack carried out by Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old who drove a car into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, killing four and injuring almost fifty.

Non-Muslim: Group called ‘The Concerned Christians’: 1999 Members of Concerned Christians, whose organization is in Denver, were deported from Israel as part of an Israeli effort to protect the Al-Aqsa mosque from extremist Christian groups, codenamed “Operation Walk on Water”. According to Israeli police, the Concerned Christians were one of several independent groups who believed the mosque must be destroyed to facilitate the return of Jesus Christ and that the operation was bring about the Apocalypse.  2012 Al-Aqsa Mosque (Arabic: المسجد الاقصى, “the farthest mosque”), also known as the Al-Aqsa, is an Islamic holy site in the Old City of Jerusalem. In the mosque itself is part of the Al-Haram ash-Sharif or “Sacred Noble Sanctuary” (along with the Dome of the Rock), a site also known as the Temple Mount and the holiest site in Judaism, as it is believed to be a temple where Jerusalem once stood. It is widely regarded as the third holiest site in Islam, Muslims [TRAC – Terrorism Research And Analysis Consortium]

Non-Muslims: The Jewish Defense League (JDL) is a Jewish religious-political organization in the United States, whose stated goal is to “protect Jews from antisemitism by whatever means necessary”. It is classified as “a right wing terrorist group” by the FBI since 2001, and has been designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.[3] According to the FBI, the JDL has been involved in plotting and executing acts of terrorism within the United States.

Kach, Kahane Chai (Israel, extremists): Kach is a hard-line Israeli militant group that advocates for the expulsion of Arabs from the biblical lands of Israel. The U.S. State Department listed it as a terrorist organization in 1994. Kach, as well as the splinter group Kahane Chai, condones violence as a viable method for establishing a religiously homogenous state. The group has not staged a large terrorist attack since 1994, although people affiliated with the groups have been arrested for “low-level attacks” since 2000, according to the State Department’s 2006 Country Report. In 2006 a U.S. Federal Court upheld that Kach was rightly listed as a terrorist organization in an appeal.

Muslims: 2017, 22 May: Manchester Arena bombing by suicide bomber, 22-year-old Salman Abedi, who blew himself up at Manchester Arena as people were leaving a concert, killing 22 and injuring 139.

Non-Muslim: Twenty years ago, on 19 April 1995, a disaffected veteran named Timothy drove a Ryder truck stuffed with explosives into downtown Oklahoma City and destroyed a federal office building, killing 168 people, including 19 children, and maiming hundreds of others.

Muslims: 2017, 3 June: London Bridge attack: Three people drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing people in and around pubs in nearby Borough Market. Eight people were killed and at least 48 wounded.

Non-Muslims: The Eastern Lightning Church: The group preaches that Christ has been reincarnated as a woman from central China, and that the righteous are engaged in an apocalyptic struggle against China’s Communist Party — which they refer to as the “great red dragon.” Linked to kidnappings, violence and extortion, the group has been listed among 14 banned religious groups by China’s Ministry of Public Security since 1995.

Muslims: 2019, 29 November: London Bridge stabbing carried out by Uthman Khan who killed two people and injured others. Uthman was shot dead by police and confirmed dead on the scene.

Non-Muslims: The National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) is a militant organization that seeks to secede from India and establish an independent state. The NLFT manifesto says that they want to expand the kingdom of God and Christ in Tripura. They have been accused of funding terrorism and forcing local tribals to convert to Christianity at gunpoint. They have also opened fire on Hindu worshippers and ransacked celebrations of Durga Puja. The NDFB is allied with the National Socialist Council of Nagalim and occupies training camps in the South of Bhutan VideoVideo: 2013 In an embarrassment for the Congress ahead of the Tripura elections, youth party leader Sandeep Roy Barman was arrested with arms, Bangladeshi currency, and letterhead of the banned outfit, the National Liberation Front of Tripura. He is the brother of Tripura PCC chief Sudip Roy Barman. He was arrested by Assam Rifles near Agartala, but was released on a personal bond. National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT), also known as National Liberation Front of Tripura – Biswamohan Debbarma (NLFT – BM), NLFT-B is an active group formed c. 1989.  [ [TRAC – Terrorism Research And Analysis Consortium]

Muslims: 2015: Charlie Hebdo attack: Listen here to clarification by Shaikh Abu Khadeejah

The Salafi Response To The Terrorist Attacks In Paris, France: “Were they forbidding an evil?”

Non-Muslim: 2019: Two mass occurred at mosques in Christchurch New Zealand, during Jumu’ah Prayer on 15 March 2019. A single a single gunman entered both mosques and killed 51 people.

Muslims October 2020: 2 terror incidents [France]:

[1] History Teacher decapitated in gruesome act of terror near Paris. Suspect is an 18 year-old originating from Chechnya. He was shot dead by police.

[2] Three people have died in a knife attack at a church in Nice, France. Perpetrator: 21-year-old Tunisian national who had arrived in France earlier this month. Two died inside the church: a 60-year-old woman who was “virtually beheaded”, and a 55-year-old man whose throat was cut. The male victim was a lay member of staff responsible for the upkeep of the church. He reportedly had a wife and two children. Another woman, aged 44, managed to flee to a nearby cafe after being stabbed several times, but died later.

Muslims – December 2020: 1 reported terror incident [Nigeria] 

Boko Haram kidnaps 40 loggers and kills three in north-east Nigeria

A group of more than 40 loggers left Shehuri on the outskirts of Gamboru on Thursday and never returned by evening as usual,” said militia leader Umar Kachalla, who was involved in the search. “On Friday we mobilised men and went deep into the forest where we recovered three bodies identified to be among the loggers, without a trace of their colleagues.”

The missing loggers were presumed kidnapped by the jihadists, who are known to maintain camps in the forest, said Kachalla, a view widely shared in the area.

“We believe the men were taken by Boko Haram who have been attacking loggers in the forest,” said another militia member, Shehu Mada. “From all indication the three dead loggers were shot when they tried to escape as they all were shot from behind.”

The area has been without telephone services for years after the destruction of masts in Boko Haram attacks, forcing people to rely on Cameroon mobile phone networks. [The Guardian UK 26/12/20]

 Non-Muslim: December 2020: 1 reported terror incident  [America]

Nashville explosion: Motives still unclear in Nashville ‘suicide bomb’

US investigators are trying to find out why a 63-year-old computer consultant detonated a bomb that killed himself and injured three others in Nashville. [BBC News]

Muslims: January 2012: Muslims: 5 including Turkish nationals killed, many injured in al-Shabab terrorist attack in Somalia

Muslims (Extremist Groups) : Al-Qaa’idah, Jabhat An-Nusrah, Al-Shabaab, FIS, GIA, Lashkar Taybah, Boko Haram.

Non-Muslim: June 2021: A man driving a pick-up truck slammed into and killed four members of a Muslim family Sunday evening in the south of Canada’s Ontario province, in what police said Monday was a “premeditated” attack.  A 20-year-old suspect was arrested at a mall seven kilometers (four miles) from the intersection crosswalk in London, Ontario where it happened, and has been charged with four counts of murder and one count of attempted murder. A child was also hospitalized following the attack. “There is evidence that this was a planned, premeditated act, motivated by hate. It is believed that these victims were targeted because they were Muslim,” Detective Superintendent Paul Waight told a news conference.

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The Muslim Brotherhood

The Khawaarij

Christians: The Lord Resistance Army [Uganda]

Finally, the people of Sunnah are free from all terrorists, whether Muslims, Christians or others, and they are also free from the militant secularists – those who slander our Prophet [sallal laahu-alayhi wasallam] in the name of freedom of speech.

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