Sri Lanka: more jihadist activity than anyone suspected

Sri Lanka Muslim Majority Town Behind Christian Massacre Had Islamic Violence Dating Back to 2004

The familiar media narrative when reporting on serial killers is that, “No one suspected a thing”. When it comes to Islamic terrorists, it’s also usually, “No one suspected a thing”. But in reality, no one was paying attention. There was a history of violence.

‘War Footing’: Catholic Church in Sri Lanka Calls for Crackdown on Islamic Extremists

Sri Lanka's newly appointed Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, Father Malcolm Ranjith, arrives at the felicitation ceremony in Colombo on December 6, 2010. Christians account for about 7.5 percent of Sri Lanka's 20 million people. AFP PHOTO/Ishara S. KODIKARA (Photo credit should read Ishara S.KODIKARA/AFP/Getty Images)


Seriously? Christians ‘taking the law into their own hands?’ Something yet to be seen.

Sri Lanka Shuts Down Easter Jihad Mastermind’s Islamic Group – a Week Later

A week after the fact. After sleeping through clear warnings from several intelligence agencies…

Sri Lankan President Knew of Easter Jihad Plot Ten Days Before

As you can see,  it’s even worse. Is the Sri Lankan president complicit or totally incompetent?

In this picture taken on April 25, 2019, Sri Lankan Muslim men pray at the National Thowheeth Jama'ath (NTJ) mosque in Kattankudy. - Zahran Hashim's sword-wielding zealotry fuelled fears in the sleepy east coast town of Kattankudy long before the cleric became Sri Lanka's most wanted man over the horrific …

Sri Lankan authorities banned National Thawheed Ja’amath (NTJ), the Islamist group believed to have orchestrated the Easter Sunday jihadist attacks against Christians this month, and arrested its leader a week after the bombings.

President Maithripala Sirisena also announced a ban on all face coverings in public, including the niqab and burqa, Islamic garments typically worn by fundamentalist Muslims. Hijab, the hair covering that leaves the face exposed, is more typical among moderate Muslims and not affected by the ban.

Sri Lankan authorities raid headquarters of jihadist group suspected of Easter bombings, discover a second group

Aside from the group National Thawheed Jammath which Sri Lankan officials have suspected to be behind the Easter Sunday bombings, another group Jammiyathul Millathu Ibrahim, has now been implicated.

Fake News:

No Sri Lankan Police, Special Task Force or Military personnel were injured or killed during this raid.  The suicide bombers killed their own wives and children. No police casualties.

After Synagogue Shooting, D.C. Cops to Protect Mosques and Synagogues

Why are mosques receiving special attention in Washington D.C.?

Clueless Sweden:

Stockholm residents have nothing to fear from Islamic State fighters, as they have returned from the Middle East to live peaceful, crime-free lives in Sweden — according to officials in the nation’s capital.

Christians Flee Middle East — Even After Fall of Islamic State: ’No Nation That Protects Them Openly’

“Middle East Christians have no nation that protects them openly.”