Last weeks deadly assault on two military recruiting facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is but another in an alarming number of terror attacks in the U.S. committed by radicalized Muslims since September 11, 2001. In May of this year, two Muslim men opened fire outside of a “Draw Muhammad” art exhibit at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland, Texas, before being killed by a police officer at the scene.
In December 2014, the NYPD found itself targeted when a Muslim man who attended a mosque linked to terrorism and anti-police activity — murdered two officers in “retaliation” for the police killings of Michael Brown and Eric Garner. Two months earlier, four New York City police officers were attacked in broad daylight by a Muslim man armed with a hatchet, by a man known for frequenting ISIS/ISIL propaganda websites.
A Moore, Oklahoma woman was beheaded in Later September 2014 by a man who had converted to Islam. He was in the process of beheading another woman when an armed bystander shot and wounded him.
A Muslim man shot to death two men in Seattle and a man in New Jersey in April 2014, as “vengeance” for U.S. actions in the Mideast. The month prior, a man who had converted to Islam beat his lesbian daughter to death and shot her lover in Port Bolivar, Texas.
In August 2013, a Muslim convert went to a store on a “mission from Allah to help people” before he fatally stabbed a store employee 17 times. In April of the same year, the Boston Marathon went from a peaceful family event to a horror show as two Muslim brothers detonated two pressure cooker bombs killing three people.
Less than two weeks before that terror attack, a Muslim man walked into an Ashtabula, Ohio, church and fatally shot his father following an Easter service. And in February 2013, a Muslim man shot two Coptic Christians to death and beheaded them in Buena Vista, New Jersey.
A Muslim man gunned down a Christian convert who had widely denounced Islam in January 2012. He also killed his Christian son-in-law after his daughter married him without permission.
On September 11, 2011, three Jewish men were discovered in Waltham, Massachusetts, nearly decapitated. Authorities believed believe the Boston Marathon bombers may have been responsible for the triple homicide, though no charges have ever been filed.
In April 2011, a Muslim man shot his step-daughter in the head at point-blank range in Warren, Michigan, after she refused to strictly adhere to Muslim customs. A year later, a Muslim convert became angry that his family would not convert to Islam – and shot his mother, pregnant wife, infant son and two nieces in Marquette Park, Illinois.
In November 2009, a Muslim, parading as an Army Major opened fire on soldiers stationed at Fort Hood in Texas, killing 13 people and wounding more than 30 bystanders in an attack described by the Obama administration as “workplace violence.” Six-months later, a similar incident occurred when a Muslim man killed a U.S. soldier and wounded another in a drive-by attack on a recruiting office in Little Rock, Arkansas.
A Muslim man beheaded his estranged wife in February 2009, after she filed for divorce. Her body was found at the TV station he managed. Two months later, another Muslim man shot and killed his brother-in-law and another man after learning that they had patronized a strip club in Phoenix, Arizona.
A Muslim graduate student stabbed his non-Muslim Islamic studies professor to death in December 2009, to avenge “persecuted” Muslims. The month before, a Muslim man hit his daughter with his car, killing her because she had become “too Westernized.”
In July 2008, a Muslim man strangled his 25-year-old daughter in Jonesboro, Georgia, after she said she wanted out of an arranged marriage. Seven month earlier, on New Years Day, a Muslim man shot and killed his two daughters in Irving, Texas, because they were dating non-Muslim boys.
Two years prior in July, a Muslim Pakistani man shot six women, killing one, at the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle building in Seattle, Washington. A month earlier a Muslim convert shot four co-workers, killing one, as well as a police officer at a Denver, Colorado, super market.
A Jewish man, who had gone to the movies, was shot and killed by a Muslim gunman in June 2006, because he was the ‘first available Infidel’ available. In April 2004, a Muslim man killed his wife by bludgeoning her on the head with a hammer and attacked his daughters with a knife, because he believed they’d been “sullied” by a gynecological exam.
A Jewish man was left to die by his Muslim doctor in early December 2003, and between February 2002 and October 2002, two snipers, both Muslim converts, killed 21 people in shooting spree that stretched from coast to coast. Finally, 19 Muslim men hijacked four planes in a coordinated attack on September 11, 2001 — killing 2,992 people, the majority being U.S. citizens.
This list doesn’t count the number of failed attacks made against American citizens, such as 2010’s ‘Times Square Bomber,’ or the 2003 “Brooklyn Bridge Plot.’ Nor does it take count foreign attacks like Benghazi, where four American’s died or the 2003 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia suicide bomb that killed 34, including eight Americans.
Too bad the U.S. government refuses to admit these are ‘terror attacks,’ or that there’s such a thing as a ‘radicalized Muslim.’