DAILYKENN.com -- 1,049 people of color were killed by hate groups in November, 2018. All the hate groups were Islamic. Non of the hate attacks were committed by other alleged hate groups, including the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazis, and Republicans.
Another 950 were injured in November.
There were 162 hate attacks reported that month.
Among the deadliest was an attack in Metele, Nigeria where 118 blacks lost their lives while another 153 were injured. Black Nigerian soldiers were ambushed by the Boko Haram Islamic hate group. That attack reportedly occurred November 18, 2018. Apparently black lives don't matter in Africa.
Fifty-five religious scholars gathered at a banquet hall were killed by an Islamic hate group in Kabul, Afghanistan. Another 94 were injured. That attack occurred on November 20, 2018.
Fifty-three black Africans were killed in Somalia by Islamic hate groups. Another 100 were injured after suicide bombers detonated vehicles near the entrance of Sahafi Hotel in Mogadishu.
According to CNN:
A series of car bombings killed at least 30 people and injured almost 100 in the Somali capital of Mogadishu on Friday afternoon, police and medical officials said.
Five attackers attempted to storm the hotel but were shot and killed by police, Somali police spokesman Col. Qasim Ahmed Roble told reporters.
Fifty-two Somali officials were rescued from the Sahafi Hotel and the nearby Hayat Hotel, he said.
Fifty-one people of color were killed in Hajin, Syria. Forty-six were killed in Mahana, Iraq.
776 people of color were killed by Islamic hate groups in October, 2018.
10,828 have been killed year-to-date in 2018 (January through November) by Islamic hate groups. Nearly all the victims were non-white. Another 10,881 were injured in the hate attacks.
Since 9-11 (September 11, 2001) there have been 235,163 reported killed and 314,698 reported injured as documented by news accounts. However, many of those injured likely succumbed to their injuries and died after news reports were published.
Nearly all were people of color.
To view the entire list of 162 hate attacks committed by Muslims in November, visit TheReligionOfPeace.com.
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