It's been a while since a domestic terrorist has struck, unless you count gunning down an ob/gyn in his church as terrorism. Still, it doesn't hurt to wait until there is at least some evidence before jumping to conclusions, even if the vast majority of terrorist attacks do come from radical Muslims, because it does and has happened on occasion.
Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad, Muslim, shot up an Army recruiting office.
Andrew Joseph Stack III, anti-capitalist leftist, crashes his plane into the IRS building in Austin(blamed on the Tea Party at first)
Mohamed Osman Mohamud, Muslim, attempted to blow up a Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Portland Oregon.
Nidal Hassan, muslim, shoots up Fort Hood.
Najibullah Zazi, Muslim, was planning on blowing up subways in NY.
Faisal Shahzad, Muslim, Times Square bomber(blamed on the Tea Party at first)
Hosam Maher Husein Smadi, Muslim, was arrested for planning to bomb a skyscraper in Dallas.
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, Muslim, the infamous underwear bomber.
Rezwan Ferdaus, Muslim, planned to bomb the Pentagon
Sami Osmakac, Muslim, planned several terror attacks in and around Tampa.
Amine El Khalifi, Muslim, planned to bomb the U.S. Capital.
Yep, it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck but it must be those damned tigers.
Omar Hammami is not one of the 31 most dangerous people in the world. Neither is Jehad Mostafa. Hell they're not even among the 31 most dangerous poeple in Somalia anymore.
The top 30 are not necessarily the most dangerous terrorists in the world, they are just the ones who have committed the greatest acts of terror against Americans and who are still at large. Joanne Chesimard hasn't set foot in the US in decades, and the risk of her setting off something is absurdly low, but she remains on the list because she has outstanding warrants against her for terrorism. The issue is not whether she is one of the most dangerous people in the world, but that she was a terrorist and remains a fugitive from American justice.
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