2017: Islamic Extremist Attacks during Ramadan (to date)

Thursday- June 8, 2017

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Ramadan began on Friday, May 26

Following the Islamic extremist terrorist attack in Manchester, England on May 22– more terrorist attacks have been carried out since the start of Ramadan on May 26, in the following locations around the globe:

London (UK), Paris (France), Tehran (Iran), Kabul (Afghanistan), Baghdad (Iraq), Mogadishu (Somalia), and Melbourne (Australia).

There have also been attacks in northeastern Nigeria, Kenya, Cameroon and the Philippines– the latter is being handled by President Duterte, with his world-famous efficiency.

The deadliest attack took place as a result of an explosion in a Kabul neighborhood, where most of the Western embassies are located. This attack, while not receiving the same mainstream media attention as those in Europe, took the lives of 150 people, and hundreds suffered serious injuries.

While the blood of innocent human beings–including children– keeps flowing, President Trump continues to battle the communist activist judges in the United States, who are blocking his efforts to keep us safe from Islamic extremists.

Someone has to say the truth…

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Terrorism in Sub-Saharan Africa is Underreported: Today’s attack in Mogadishu

While people are being massacred in Mogadishu, the mainstream media is instead obsessed with 24-hour coverage of Brexit– telling us that the sky is falling, and criticizing the Britons because they have freed themselves from the socialists at the EU.

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Saturday – June 25, 2016

SOMALIAIslamic terrorism is on the march. Painfully, I find myself again having to denounce the fact that terrorist attacks in sub-Saharan Africa continue to be underreported by the mainstream media. Had today’s terrorist attack at the Hotel Naso Hablod  in Mogadishu (the capital of Somalia) taken place in a major city in Europe or the United States, it would receive 24-hour coverage for many days– as it should. Why isn’t there the same degree of interest when terrorist attacks take place in sub-Saharan Africa? The reports coming out of Somalia indicate a death toll between 14 and 35 people.

While people are being massacred in Mogadishu, the mainstream media is instead obsessed with 24-hour coverage of Brexit– telling us that the sky is falling, and criticizing the Britons because they have freed themselves from the socialists at the EU.

UPDATE June 26, 2016: Screen caption of the Hotel Naso Hablod on Trip Advisor’s website:

Hotel Naso Hablod, Mogadishu, Somalia - Screen Shot 2016-06-26 at 11.13.30 AM

This geographical preference for news coverage is wrong. Even if there aren’t enough correspondents on the ground– there are always local sources that can provide much information.

I have written about this issue before:

Underreported terrorist attacks

I pray for the innocent people who lost their lives today in Mogadishu, at the hands of Islamic extremists. The world needs to pay attention to the plight of the thousands of innocent people dying at the hands of terrorists in sub-Saharan Africa.

Someone has to say the truth…

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Terrorist attack in Mogadishu, Somalia.