DAILYKENN.com -- 881 people of color were reported killed by Islamic hate groups in June, 2019. Another 612 were injured. There were 133 reported hate groups attacks that month.
On average, 29.36 people of were killed each day in June; another 20.4 were injured. The average number of attacks each day was 4.43.
Among the deadliest attacks in June:
• June 10 - 95 people of color were killed in Sobame Da, Mali where the Muslim-linked Fulani group massacred farmers and their families.
• June 17 - 38 people of color were killed in Gangafani, Mali. Some of the victims were disemboweled.
• June 16 - 30 blacks were killed in Maiduguri, Nigeria where three suicide bombers detonated explosives at a tea shop and film center.
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0 people of color were killed by so-called "far-right" groups — KKK, neo-Nazis, alt-right, etc. — in June.
Nonetheless, the far-left media continues to lump "white supremacists" together with Islamic groups referring to all as "terrorist organizations." The media typically calls out "white supremacists" but seldom mentions Muslims or Islam, giving a false impression that terrorism is largely a white supremacist phenomenon.
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There are about 1.8-billion Muslims, comprising about 23.2 percent of the world population of 7.7-billion. The number of white supremacists is unknown. No one seems to know any white supremacists, leading us to assume the number is statistically zero.
Year to date (January through end of June) there were 5,001 reports of people killed by Islamic hate groups. Nearly all were people of color. Another 5,051 were injured. If trends continue, about 10,000 people of color will have been killed by Islamic hate groups in 2019.
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