The first article is not about a terrorist attack, but about an attack against an enemy military base in a civil war. As long as you're not a soldier and don't step into the war zone, you're not at risk.
Unless you happen to be one of the 70 Afghan civilians nearby when it happened.
The second article is about an Israeli attack against Hezbollah. I'm not sure what you're trying to say here; is Israel committing terrorism when they're fighting Hezbollah?
Oops. My mistake.
For that day, how about this instead:
That took an extra 5 minutes of searching - I can likely find a dozen more if I bother to look.
The third article is about a terrorist attack, since they targeted civilians, but it only killed 18 people. It's also part of the fight against an occupying force, so it's unlikely they'll target their attacks outside their own country.
Only 18 people? Ah, well that's all right then. Funny thing - if someone kills 18 people and they're not a terrorist, they get called a mass-murderer.
The fourth article is, once again, about an attack against a military target, not a terrorist attack.
Yep. You probably missed the part at the bottom where it mentions the other recent suicide bombings by the same group at a secondary school, university and hospital.
The fifth article is about a terrorist attack where nobody was hurt, except for a chicken coop and a propane tank.
So terrorist attacks are OK if they don't -actually- manage to kill anyone?
Islamic terrorists are by far the most common sort in the modern world
Most terrorist acts in Europe are still carried out by Christian Europeans, like the Catalonian separatists in Spain, or the Catholic separatists on Northern Ireland. The most recent major act of terrorism, Anders Breivik's bombing of the Norwegian parliament with 8 dead and subsequent shooting of another 77 people, was...
...on the 22nd of July. Five months ago.
The most recent incident of Islamic terrorism was today:
There were probably more, but that was just a cursory search. I could go back further - but the point is the word "common" in my statement. By far the vast majority of attacks are committed by islamic terrorists. Do other terrorists exist? Sure.
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