Islamic State’s attacks claim more than 800 lives: Huge death toll of attacks in Iraq, Bangladesh and the US following the “call for slaughtering Ramadan”
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The call came in late May, just weeks before Ramadan began: ISIS told supporters to make the Holy period ‘with God’s permission, a month of pain for infidels everywhere’.
That call has turned what should have been four weeks of peace and charitable giving into a bloodbath which has spread from Florida to the Philippines, leaving more than 800 dead at the hands of Islamic State’s supporters across the globe.
Extremists have killed people as they sat with friends in a cafe in Bangladesh, executed Syrian families for trying to flee their clutches and stabbed a policeman to death in France.
In the first four weeks, almost 30 people a day died at the hands of an ISIS extremist – including many children, and the vast majority fellow, peaceful Muslims who do not agree with the group’s twisted mentality.
It reached America on June 12, when 49 clubbers lost their lives after Omar Mateen opened fire in Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, which had been packed with friends enjoying their Saturday night.
The next day, policeman Jean-Baptiste Salvaing and his wife Jessica Schneider were killed in another ‘lone wolf’ attack, just outside Paris.
Then, last Tuesday, three suicide bombers stormed Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, shooting at anyone who got in their way, before blowing themselves up.
So far, 44 people have died, with 17 more fighting for their lives in intensive care.
Three days later, a gang of militants pledging allegiance to ISIS burst into a cafe in Dhaka, Bangladesh. According to reports, they killed anyone who could not recite the Koran – including a pregnant woman.
Source: /Daily Mail