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HUUGE list with non islamic terrorist groups
« on: November 12, 2002, 03:26:24 AM »
NAME: Continuity Irish Republican Army (CIRA) a.k.a. Continuity Army Council

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1994.

GOALS: The reunification of Ireland and to forcing British troops from Northern Ireland.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: Fewer than 50 hard-core activists.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Northern Ireland, Irish Republic.

AFFILIATIONS: Suspected of receiving funds and arms from sympathizers in the United States. May have acquired arms and materiel from the Balkans in cooperation with the Real IRA.

COMMENTS: A radical terrorist splinter group formed as the clandestine armed wing of the political organization Republican Sinn Fein (RSF). RSF formed after the Irish Republican Army announced a cease-fire in September 1994. Targets include British military and Northern Ireland security targets and Northern Ireland Loyalist paramilitary groups. Also has launched bomb attacks against civilian targets in Northern Ireland. Does not have an established presence or capability to launch attacks on the U.K. mainland. NOT a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO), but listed as "active" during 2000.

 

NAME: Irish Republican Army (IRA) a.k.a. Provisional Irish Republican Army (PIRA), the Provos

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1969.

GOALS: Removing British forces from Northern Ireland and unifying Ireland.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: Several hundred members, plus several thousand sympathizers.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Northern Ireland, Irish Republic, Great Britain, Europe.

AFFILIATIONS: Has, in the past, received aid from a variety of groups and countries and considerable training and arms from Libya and the PLO. Is suspected of receiving funds, arms, and other terrorist-related materiel from sympathizers in the United States. Similarities in operations suggest links to the ETA.

COMMENTS: Terrorist group formed as the clandestine armed wing of Sinn Fein, a legal political movement. Has a Marxist orientation. Organized into small, tightly knit cells under the leadership of the Army Council. Despite of some members to the dissident splinter groups, its numbers have remained steady. The IRA has been observing a cease-fire since July 1997 and previously observed a cease-fire from September 1994 to February 1996. NOT a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO), but listed as "active" during 2000.

 

NAME: Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1996.

GOALS: Prevent a political settlement with Irish nationalists in Northern Ireland by attacking Catholic politicians, civilians, and Protestant politicians who endorse the Northern Ireland peace process.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: Approximately 150.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Ireland, Northern Ireland.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

COMMENTS: Terrorist group formed as a faction of the mainstream loyalist Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), the LVF did not emerge publicly until February 1997. Composed largely of UVF hardliners. Has been observing a cease-fire since May 1998. The LVF decommissioned a small but significant amount of weapons in December 1998, but it has not repeated this gesture, and in fact threatened in 2000 to resume killing Catholics. In 2000, the LVF also engaged in a brief but violent feud with other loyalists in which several individuals were killed. NOT a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) but listed as "active" during 2000.

 

NAME: Orange Volunteers (OV)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Late 1990s.

GOALS: Prevent a political settlement with Irish nationalists.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: Up to 20 hard-core members, some of whom are experienced in terrorist tactics and bomb making.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Northern Ireland.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

COMMENTS: Comprised largely of disgruntled loyalist hardliners who split from groups observing the cease-fire. The OV declared a cease-fire in September 2000, but the group maintains the ability to conduct bombings, arson, beatings, and possibly robberies. NOT a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) but listed as "active" during 2000.

 

NAME: Real IRA (RIRA) a.k.a. True IRA

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: February-March 1998.

GOALS: Removing British forces from Northern Ireland and unifying Ireland.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: 150 to 200.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Northern Ireland, Irish Republic, Great Britain.

AFFILIATIONS: Possible limited support from IRA hardliners dissatisfied with the IRA cease-fire and other republican sympathizers. Suspected of receiving funds from sympathizers in the United States. RIRA also is thought to have purchased sophisticated weapons from the Balkans, according to press reports.

COMMENTS: The clandestine armed wing of the 32-County Sovereignty Movement, a "political pressure group" opposed to Sinn Fein's adoption of the Mitchell principles of democracy and nonviolence 1999 additions to the Irish Constitution, which lay claim to Northern Ireland. Listed as "active" during 2000, it was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) on October 5, 2001.

 

NAME: Red Hand Defenders (RHD)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Late 1990s.

GOALS: Prevent a political settlement with Irish nationalists by attacking Catholic civilian interests in Northern Ireland.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: Up to 20 members.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Northern Ireland.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

COMMENTS: Extremist terrorist group composed largely of Protestant hardliners from other loyalist groups observing a cease-fire. RHD was quiet in 2000, following a damaging crackdown by security forces in late 1999. In prior years, the group has carried out numerous pipe bombings and arson attacks against "soft" civilian targets, such as homes, churches, and private businesses, to cause outrage in the republican community and to provoke IRA retaliation. NOT a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) but listed as "active" during 2000.


CHILE


NAME: Manuel Rodriguez Patriotic Front (FPMR)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1983.

GOALS: Carry out missions of the Chilean Communist Party as its armed wing.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: Attacks civilians and international targets, including U.S. businesses and Mormon churches. Bombed two restaurants in the U.S. in 1993.

STRENGTH: 50 to 100.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Chile, United States.

AFFILIATIONS: None.




COLOMBIA


NAME: National Liberation Army (ELN)—Colombia

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1965.

GOALS: Replacing the current government with a Marxist regime.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: Conducted a campaign of mass kidnappings during the late 1990s, each of which involved at least one U.S. citizen.

STRENGTH: Approximately 3,000 to 6,000 armed combatants and an unknown number of active supporters.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Rural and mountainous areas of north, northeast, and southwest Colombia and Venezuela border regions.

AFFILIATIONS: Cuba provides some medical care and political consultation.

COMMENTS: Marxist insurgent group formed by urban intellectuals inspired by Fidel Castro and Che Guevara. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) listed as "active" during 2000.




NAME: Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1964.

GOALS: Replacing the current government with a Marxist regime.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: In March 1999, the FARC executed three U.S. Indian rights activists in Venezuela after it kidnapped them in Colombia.

STRENGTH: Approximately 9,000 to 12,000 armed combatants and an unknown number of supporters, mostly in rural areas.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Colombia with some activities — extortion, kidnapping, logistics — in Venezuela, Panama, and Ecuador.

AFFILIATIONS: Cuba provides some medical care and political consultation.

COMMENTS: Established as the military wing of the Colombian Communist Party. FARC continues peace negotiations with the Pastrana administration, which has granted the group several concessions, including a demilitarized zone used as a venue for negotiations. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) listed as "active" during 2000.


 

NAME: United Self-Defense Forces/Group of Colombia (AUC-Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1997.

GOALS: Claims its primary objective is to protect its sponsors from insurgents.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: The paramilitaries have not taken action against U.S. personnel.

STRENGTH: In early 2001, the government estimated there were 8,000 paramilitary fighters, including former military and insurgent personnel.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: AUC forces are strongest in the north and northwest: Antioquia, Cordoba, Sucre, Bolivar, Atlantico, and Magdalena Departments of Colombia.

AFFILIATIONS: None outside Colombia. The AUC is supported by economic elites, drug traffickers, and local communities lacking effective government security.

COMMENTS: The AUC — commonly referred to as autodefensas or paramilitaries — is an umbrella organization formed in April 1997 to consolidate most local and regional paramilitary groups each with the mission to protect economic interests and combat insurgents locally. Listed as "active" during 2000, it was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) on October 5, 2001.


 

 

CHILE


NAME: Manuel Rodriguez Patriotic Front (FPMR)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1983.

GOALS: Carry out missions of the Chilean Communist Party as its armed wing.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: Attacks civilians and international targets, including U.S. businesses and Mormon churches. Bombed two restaurants in the U.S. in 1993.

STRENGTH: 50 to 100.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Chile, United States.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

 


GEORGIA


NAME: Zviadists

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1991.

GOALS: Extremist supporters of deceased former Georgian President Zviad Gamsakhurdia. Overthrow Gamsakhurdia's successor Eduard Shevardnadze's rule.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: Unknown.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Georgia, especially Mingrelia and Russia.

AFFILIATIONS: Unknown.

COMMENTS: Some now operate anti-Shevardnadze activities from Russia.

 

GREECE

NAME: Revolutionary Nuclei (RN) a.k.a. Revolutionary Cells

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1995.

GOALS: Believed to be the successor group to the Revolutionary People’s Struggle (ELA), RN is a leftist group with an anti-establishment, anti-U.S., anti-NATO and anti-EU agenda.  The ELA, which sought to oppose “imperialist domination, exploitation, and oppression,” has not been active since 1995.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE:  In November 2000, RN bombed the Citigroup offices in Athens and the studio of a Greek/American sculptor.  In December 1999, the group detonated explosives outside the Athens offices of Texaco.

STRENGTH: Unknown.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Mainly the Athens metropolitan area in Greece.

AFFILIATIONS: Unknown.

COMMENTS: RN was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) on March 27, 2002.




NAME: Revolutionary People's Struggle (ELA)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1971.

GOALS: To oppose "imperialist domination, exploitation, and oppression."

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: Since 1974, has conducted bombings against Greek government and economic targets, as well as U.S. military and business facilities.

STRENGTH: Unknown.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Greece.

AFFILIATIONS: Received weapons and other assistance from international terrorist Carlos during 1980s. Currently no known foreign sponsors. Greek police believe they have established links between ELA and Revolutionary Organization 17 November.

COMMENTS: An extreme leftist group, the ELA is self-described as revolutionary, anti-capitalist, and anti-imperialist. Strongly anti-U.S., and seeks the removal of U.S. military forces from Greece. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) listed as "active" during 2000.

 

HONDURAS


NAME: Morzanist Patriotic Front (FPM)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Late 1980s

GOALS: Protest U.S. intervention in Honduran economic and political affairs.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: Mainly operates attacks on U.S. military personnel in Honduras. Bus bombing in 1990 wounded seven U.S. servicemen, and one in 1989 wounded three servicemen. Attacked U.S. convoy in 1989. Grenade attack in La Ceiba in 1989 wounded seven U.S. soldiers. Claimed bombing of Peace Corps office in 1988.

STRENGTH: Unknown, probably relatively small.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Honduras

AFFILIATIONS: Had ties to former government of Nicaragua and possibly Cuba.



ISRAEL

NAME: Kach and Kahane Chai

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Both organizations were declared to be terrorist organizations in March 1994 by the Israeli Cabinet under the 1948 Terrorism Law.

GOALS: Stated goal is to restore the biblical state of Israel.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: Unknown.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Israel and West Bank settlements, particularly Qiryat Arba' in Hebron.

AFFILIATIONS: Receives support from sympathizers in the United States and Europe.

COMMENTS: Kach was founded by radical Israeli-American rabbi Meir Kahane, while its offshoot Kahane Chai,(which means "Kahane Lives") was founded by Meir Kahane's son Binyamin following his father's assassination in the United States. They have threatened to attack Arabs, Palestinians, and Israeli government officials. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) listed as "active" during 2000.

 

JAPAN


NAME: Aum Supreme Truth (Aum) a.k.a. Aum Shinrikyo, Aleph

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1987.

GOALS: To take over Japan and then the world.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: The Aum's current membership is estimated at 1,500 to 2,000 persons. At the time of the 1995 Tokyo subway attack, the group claimed to have 9,000 members in Japan and up to 40,000 worldwide.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: The Aum's principal membership is located only in Japan, but a residual branch comprising an unknown number of followers has surfaced in Russia.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

COMMENTS: A cult established by Shoko Asahara, the Aum is responsible for the March 20, 1995 sarin nerve gas attacks on several Tokyo subway trains that killed 12 persons and injured up to 6,000. In 2000, Fumihiro Joyu took control of the Aum following his three-year jail sentence for perjury. Joyu was previously the group's spokesman and Russia Branch leader. Under Joyu's leadership the Aum changed its name to Aleph and claims to have rejected the violent and apocalyptic teachings of its founde r. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) listed as "active" during 2000.

 

NAME: Chukaku-Ha (Nucleus or Middle Core Faction)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1957.

GOALS: Protest Japan's imperial system, Western imperialism, and events such as the Gulf War and the expansion of Tokyo's Narita Airport.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: 3,500.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Japan.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

COMMENTS: Largest domestic militant group; has small covert action wing called Kansai Revolutionary Army.

 

NAME: Japanese Red Army (JRA) a.k.a. Anti-Imperialist International Brigade (AIIB)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Around 1970.

GOALS: To overthrow the Japanese government and monarchy and to help foment world revolution.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: In 1972 the JRA attempted a takeover of the U.S. Embassy in Kuala Lumpur. In April 1988, JRA operative Yu Kikumura was arrested with explosives on the New Jersey Turnpike, apparently planning an attack to coincide with the bombing of a USO club in Naples, a suspected JRA operation that killed five, including a U.S. servicewoman.

STRENGTH: About six hard-core members; undetermined number of sympathizers.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: The JRA has carried out a series of attacks around the world. Location unknown, but possibly traveling in Asia or Syrian-controlled areas of Lebanon.

AFFILIATIONS: Unknown. Has history of close relations with Palestinian terrorist groups based and operating outside Japan. May control or at least have ties to Anti-Imperialist International Brigade (AIIB); also may have links to Antiwar Democratic Front — an overt leftist political organization — inside Japan.

COMMENTS: The JRA is a break away from the Japanese Communist League-Red Army Faction. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) in 2000, it was removed from the FTO list on October 5, 2001.

 

LEBANON

NAME: ‘Asbat al-Ansar (The Partisans’ League)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Early 1990s.

GOALS: Overthrow the Lebanese government and thwart anti-Islamic influences in Lebanon.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: About 300 fighters.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Primary base of operations is the ‘Ayn al-Hilwah Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

AFFILIATIONS: Overseas Sunni extremist networks and Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda.

COMMENTS: A Lebanon-based group composed mainly of Palestinians, Asbat al-Ansar adheres to an extremist interpretation of Islam and justifies the use of violence against civilian targets.  The group raised its profile in 2000 with a rocket-propelled grenade attack on the Russian Embassy in Beirut.  It was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) on March 27, 2002.

 

 

HONDURAS


NAME: Morzanist Patriotic Front (FPM)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Late 1980s

GOALS: Protest U.S. intervention in Honduran economic and political affairs.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: Mainly operates attacks on U.S. military personnel in Honduras. Bus bombing in 1990 wounded seven U.S. servicemen, and one in 1989 wounded three servicemen. Attacked U.S. convoy in 1989. Grenade attack in La Ceiba in 1989 wounded seven U.S. soldiers. Claimed bombing of Peace Corps office in 1988.

STRENGTH: Unknown, probably relatively small.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Honduras

AFFILIATIONS: Had ties to former government of Nicaragua and possibly Cuba.


LEBANON

NAME: ‘Asbat al-Ansar (The Partisans’ League)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Early 1990s.

GOALS: Overthrow the Lebanese government and thwart anti-Islamic influences in Lebanon.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: About 300 fighters.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Primary base of operations is the ‘Ayn al-Hilwah Palestinian refugee camp in southern Lebanon.

AFFILIATIONS: Overseas Sunni extremist networks and Osama bin Laden’s al Qaeda.

COMMENTS: A Lebanon-based group composed mainly of Palestinians, Asbat al-Ansar adheres to an extremist interpretation of Islam and justifies the use of violence against civilian targets.  The group raised its profile in 2000 with a rocket-propelled grenade attack on the Russian Embassy in Beirut.  It was designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) on March 27, 2002.




PERU


NAME: Sendero Luminoso (Shining Path)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Late 1960s.

GOALS: Destroy existing Peruvian institutions and replace them with a Communist peasant revolutionary regime. Oppose any influence by foreign governments, as well as by other Latin American guerrilla groups, especially the Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA).

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: Attempted to car-bomb the U.S. embassy in Peru in 1990.

STRENGTH: 100-200 armed militants.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Peru, with most activity in rural areas.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

COMMENTS: In the 1980s, SL became one of the most ruthless terrorist groups in the Western Hemisphere — approximately 30,000 persons have died since SL took up arms in 1980. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) listed as "active" during 2000.

 

NAME: Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1983.

GOALS: Establish a Marxist regime and rid Peru of all imperialist elements (primarily U.S. and Japanese influence).

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None.

STRENGTH: No more than 100.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Peru with supporters throughout Latin America and Western Europe. Controls no territory.

AFFILIATIONS: None.

COMMENTS: Previously conducted bombings, kidnappings, ambushes, and assassinations, but recent activity has fallen drastically. Peru's counter-terrorist program has diminished the group's ability to carry out terrorist attacks. A Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO) in 2000, it was removed from the FTO list on October 5, 2001.




RWANDA


NAME: Army for the Liberation of Rwanda (ALIR), a.k.a. Interahamwe, Former Armed Forces (ex-FAR)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: 1994.

GOALS: Topple Rwanda's Tutsi-dominated government, reinstitute Hutu control, and, possibly, complete the genocide begun in 1994.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: In 1996, a message — allegedly from the ALIR — threatened to kill the U.S. Ambassador to Rwanda and other U.S. citizens. In 1999, ALIR guerrillas critical of alleged U.S.-U.K. support for the Rwandan regime kidnapped and killed eight foreign tourists, including two U.S. citizens, at the Congo-Uganda border.

STRENGTH: Several thousand.

OPERATIONAL LOCATIONS: Mostly Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda, but a few may operate in Burundi.

AFFILIATIONS: In the Congolese war, the ALIR is allied with Kinshasa against the Rwandan invaders. From the Rwandan invasion of 1998 until his death in early 2001, the Laurent Kabila regime in the Democratic Republic of the Congo provided the ALIR with training, arms, and supplies.

COMMENTS: The FAR was the army of the Rwandan Hutu regime that carried out the genocide of 500,000 or more Tutsis and regime opponents in 1994. The Interahamwe was the civilian militia force that carried out much of the killing. The groups merged after they were forced from Rwanda into the Democratic Republic of the Congo (then-Zaire) in 1994. They are now often known as the Army for the Liberation of Rwanda (ALIR), which is the armed branch of the PALIR or Party for the Liberation of Rwanda. NOT a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO), but listed as "active" during 2000.

 

SIERRA LEONE


NAME: Revolutionary United Front (RUF)

DATE STARTED/FIRST ACTIVE: Unknown.

GOALS: Topple the current government of Sierra Leone and retain control of the lucrative diamond-producing regions of the country.

MAIN ANTI-U.S. ACTIVITIES TO DATE: None directly, but held hundreds of UN peacekeepers hostage in 2000.

STRENGTH: Several thousand fighters and possibly a similar number of supporters and sympathizers.

OPERATIONA LOCATIONS: Sierra Leone, Liberia, Guinea.

AFFILIATIONS: President Charles Taylor of Liberia reportedly provides support and leadership to the RUF. The United Nations has identified Libya, Gambia, and Burkina Faso as conduits for weapons and other materiel for the RUF.

COMMENTS: NOT a Designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO), but listed as "active" during 2000.


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Re:Northen Ireland Terrorist Groups (6 )
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2002, 05:13:49 AM »
Your point?
 

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Re:Northen Ireland Terrorist Groups (6 )
« Reply #2 on: November 12, 2002, 05:16:27 AM »
Your point?

some people belives that theres only islamic terrorist groups.. and making the conclusions that islam supoorts terrorism

im showing here that theres also christian terrorist groups...


this is only the beginning... i will eventually post more ggroups from all over the world...
 

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« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2002, 05:21:31 AM »
Fair enough, i was just wondering.
 

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« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2002, 12:03:41 PM »
Nice post I-BO. One of the most accurate posts made here on the north. However you left out two of the major terrorist organisations in the country : The INLA and the UVF

The INLA are probably the 2nd largest terrorist force and the UVF are joint top loyalist army.

One thing you left out is that the IRA started just after the loyalist forces founded in order to defend their countrymen.

If anyone has been following the situation recently they will have noticed that the Good Friday agreement appears to be falling apart at national level, and on the ground it's fair to say only lip-service is paid to cease-fires. Nowadays it's becoming less about religion and more about drugs and money.

Also, the IRA are linked with training Anti-American terrorists in Columbia.

Finally, I think america's war on terror is a sham. If every country was to go out and attack it's terrorists it would be the fucking apocolipse....eg. if the republic of ireland attacked the UVF thered be widespread bombings, england would attack us, international countries would take sides and ww3 would almost take place. And thats only in little ole ireland. I say to america, if you stayed within environmental agreements and corporate responsibility (remember Kyoto), you'd do more to save the world, and ya never know, the rest of the world might not dispise you so much and al queda might disband. think about it....
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« Reply #5 on: November 12, 2002, 05:55:06 PM »
I-Bo...What's you're point? Of course there are gunna be Non-Islamic terrorist groups...But 95% of terrorist groups ARE Muslims...
 

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« Reply #6 on: November 12, 2002, 06:53:48 PM »
I-Bo...What's you're point? Of course there are gunna be Non-Islamic terrorist groups...But 95% of terrorist groups ARE Muslims...

do you know how much 95% actually is??

theres around 30 Islamic terrorist groups... 95% means that theres only 2 non islamic groups... and thats obviously not correct


ive listed around 25 christian groups + 2 japanese groups and 1 jewish
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Re:HUUGE list with non islamic terrorist groups
« Reply #7 on: November 12, 2002, 07:40:23 PM »
LOL FOOl...Y dont U guys accept that most terrorists are Muslim??? Please do it for everyone's good nad stop wasting time. And LOL U noted a ISLAMIC terrorist group under India LOL fool...
 

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« Reply #8 on: November 12, 2002, 07:46:19 PM »
LOL FOOl...Y dont U guys accept that most terrorists are Muslim??? Please do it for everyone's good nad stop wasting time. And LOL U noted a ISLAMIC terrorist group under India LOL fool...

oops.. i guess i did... so foolish of me.... i guess you're really proud to point that out, arent you ::)

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« Reply #9 on: November 12, 2002, 07:47:46 PM »
LOL FOOl...Y dont U guys accept that most terrorists are Muslim??? Please do it for everyone's good nad stop wasting time. And LOL U noted a ISLAMIC terrorist group under India LOL fool...


I'll accept that when U accept India is part of Middle East.....













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« Reply #10 on: November 12, 2002, 07:54:57 PM »
LOL I-Bo I feel sorry for people like u too that go to great extents to prove their religions bad points are OK, and that go on and show the mistakes of ppl of other religions to make their own look better...but face the fact U just cant cover up.

ROD...Any intelligent person KNOWS India is NOT a part of the Middle-East god damn man We shoulda never have passed Prop 13...look how many dumbasses are running thru our schools nowadays... ::)lol its all fun man haha

 

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Re:HUUGE list with non islamic terrorist groups
« Reply #11 on: November 12, 2002, 08:00:15 PM »
LOL I-Bo I feel sorry for people like u too that go to great extents to prove their religions bad points are OK, and that go on and show the mistakes of ppl of other religions to make their own look better...but face the fact U just cant cover up.

ROD...Any intelligent person KNOWS India is NOT a part of the Middle-East god damn man We shoulda never have passed Prop 13...look how many dumbasses are running thru our schools nowadays... ::)lol its all fun man haha


im proving for some ignorant persons who just happens to be christians that muslims arent the only ones who happens to have terrorist groups...

this thread is aimed towards a small amount of people...


you're being very ignorant right now...
 

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« Reply #12 on: November 12, 2002, 11:06:25 PM »
I dont think India can be considered part of the Middle East
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« Reply #13 on: November 13, 2002, 05:46:58 AM »
India's not part of the middle East

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Re:HUUGE list with non islamic terrorist groups
« Reply #14 on: November 13, 2002, 05:16:09 PM »
95% - Good one NIK you dumbass


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ive listed around 25 christian groups + 2 japanese groups and 1 jewish


There are no Jewish terrorist groups...No terrorist is accepted by the Jews... They can claim Jewish, but that's another thing...PeACe
 

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« Reply #15 on: November 13, 2002, 05:39:37 PM »
Kach is a jewish terrorist group, so is the JDL, in fact the whole state of Israel was founded on terrorism, so much for your theory NIK
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« Reply #16 on: November 13, 2002, 06:16:53 PM »
95% - Good one NIK you dumbass


Sure there scouser ol' mate...



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ive listed around 25 christian groups + 2 japanese groups and 1 jewish


There are no Jewish terrorist groups...No terrorist is accepted by the Jews... They can claim Jewish, but that's another thing...PeACe

There are no Islamic terrorist groups... The Holy Qu'ran doesnt support terrorism
 

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Re:HUUGE list with non islamic terrorist groups
« Reply #17 on: November 13, 2002, 07:37:55 PM »
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There are no Islamic terrorist groups... The Holy Qu'ran doesnt support terrorism
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There are no Islamic terrorist groups... The Holy Qu'ran doesnt support terrorism
ok...you can put down your crack pipe right about now....you fucking idiot...think

show me the exact paragraph whrere Qu'ran supports terrorism.... show it or shut up you stupid bastard
 

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« Reply #19 on: November 14, 2002, 04:38:12 AM »
Great Post.  Much props to brother Ibrahim.  (I-Bo)
 

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« Reply #20 on: November 14, 2002, 07:24:07 AM »
What is good about it?

 

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« Reply #21 on: November 14, 2002, 07:48:48 AM »
What is good about it?



i just showed chistians who attacks islam because of terrorism that there are also christan terrorists

i shared knowledge with those who didnt know...thats the good thing...
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Re:HUUGE list with non islamic terrorist groups
« Reply #22 on: November 14, 2002, 08:15:18 AM »
so then Cwalkers posts are also good? because they enlighten members of the muslim faith that want to ignore their religions effects on terrorism of such a possibility.


however, in actuality cwalkers posts don't enlighten any muslim persons on this board, instead it angers them.


From my point of view the post was interesting.  

I made that post to point out certain inconsistancies of beliefs. Many people that liked your threat dislike cwalkers, and many people that like cwalkers dislike yours.


Essentially, you're  both doing the same thing from opposite sides.  
 

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« Reply #23 on: November 14, 2002, 01:50:45 PM »
so then Cwalkers posts are also good? because they enlighten members of the muslim faith that want to ignore their religions effects on terrorism of such a possibility.


however, in actuality cwalkers posts don't enlighten any muslim persons on this board, instead it angers them.


From my point of view the post was interesting.  

I made that post to point out certain inconsistancies of beliefs. Many people that liked your threat dislike cwalkers, and many people that like cwalkers dislike yours.


Essentially, you're  both doing the same thing from opposite sides.  

the only person disliking this thread is cwalker and maby you...

itw (who is irish, i named 3 northen ireland terrorist groups) even gave me props

 

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« Reply #24 on: November 14, 2002, 06:51:42 PM »
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the only person disliking this thread is cwalker and maby you...

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I don't dislike this thread. I have no problem with other people holding different viewpoints. What do you think I am......a Muslim?

That being said, you can combine all the terroristic acts commited by these groups during the past 30 years, multiply it by 1,000, and it still comes nowhere close to  the Islamic terrorism that we have experienced in just this past year.

I could post about 3 artcles a day regarding various terrorist acts involving Muslims.
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