Comment at end
9th December, 2009
Just so you know, those who criticise the west for the world’s conflicts
Others than Mr Blair or Mr Bush might just be a little, teensy-weensy bit to blame. Possibly?
(The below is copied in its entirety from the source website)
MUSLIM CONFLICTS AROUND THE WORLD
Current conflicts and wars: Source: http:/www.religioustolerance.org/curr_war.htm
Some of the world’s current “hot spots” which have as their base a significant component of religious intolerance are listed below:
Country and Main religious groups involved
- 1. Afghanistan Extreme radical Fundamentalist Muslim terrorist groups & non-Muslim Osama bin Laden heads a terrorist group called Al Quada (The Source) whose headquarters were in Afghanistan.
- 2. Bosnia Serbian Orthodox Christians, Roman Catholic, Muslims
- 3. Cote d’Ivoire Muslims, Indigenous, Christians
- 4. Cyprus Christians & Muslims
- 5. East Timor Christians & Muslims
- 6. Indonesia, province of Ambon Christians & Muslims
- 7. Kashmir Hindus and Muslims
- 8. Kosovo Serbian Orthodox Christians, Muslims
- 9. Kurdistan Christians, Muslims Assaults on Christians (Protestant, Chaldean Catholic & Assyrian Orthodox). Bombing campaign underway.
- 10. Macedonia Macedonian Orthodox Christians & Muslims
- 11. Middle East Jews, Muslims, &Christians
- 12. Nigeria Christians, Animists, & Muslims
- 13. Pakistan Suni & Shi’ite Muslims
- 14. Philippines Christians & Muslims
- 15. Russia, Chechnya Russian Orthodox Christians, Muslims. The Russian army attacked the breakaway region. Muslims had allegedly blown up buildings in Moscow. Many atrocities have been alleged.
- 16. Serbia, province of Vojvodina Serbian Orthodox & Roman Catholics
- 17. Sri Lanka Buddhists & Hindus Tamils
- Additional conflicts
- 19. Thailand: Pattani province: Buddhists and Muslims
- 20. Bangladesh: Muslim-Hindu (Bengalis) and Buddhists (Chakmas)
- 21. Tajikistan: intra-Islamic conflict
Just some useful information for those who think that Islamo-Fascists are peaceniks and the world’s conflicts are all due to American, or even British foreign policy.