Terror Attacks in Europe in 2019

#6
The mother in law was at Victoria station an hour before the incident on her way back from Dukinfield.... Sooooo close yet so far.
 
#10
Tbf, I was thinking the opposite. Almost 11 hours in, and there are none to report yet.
 
#11
If the snackbar follower in Manchester hadn't been caught quickly, it would have been a terror attack in 2018 and 2019, he only had to stab for another half an hour and he'd got more Jihad points
 
#12
In fairness, the BBC has now added to its report the details that the attacker was shouting 'Allah' as he tried to murder people. The investigation is being led by anti-terror police. I don't think this is an incident that will easily be passed off as mental health - related (unless we get into the debate about the relationship between all violence and mental health). It was religiously-motivated/inspired terror.
 
#13
Twenty minutes into 2019 and you're thinking about terror attacks?
Twenty minutes into 2019 and innocent people were still being treated in hospital in Manchester as a result of a terror attack in the name of a particular religion just over 20 minutes before the end of 2018, so yes I was.
 
#15
In fairness, the BBC has now added to its report the details that the attacker was shouting 'Allah' as he tried to murder people. The investigation is being led by anti-terror police. I don't think this is an incident that will easily be passed off as mental health - related (unless we get into the debate about the relationship between all violence and mental health). It was religiously-motivated/inspired terror.
The witness is a BBC employee.
 
#18
The drive through (a crowd) incident in Japan may or may not be terrorist inspired but when I saw the name of the street where it took place I thought it must be somewhere in India
 
#20
The drive through (a crowd) incident in Japan may or may not be terrorist inspired but when I saw the name of the street where it took place I thought it must be somewhere in India
Back in the 80s as Japanese electronics were ruling the roost, I remember one British company to make their gear look more marketable gave it the brand name Matsushita to look authentically Japanese to a chavvy English punter
 

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