Monthly Archives: May 2017

Post Manchester bombing – threat analytics on recent Islamist attacks on entertainment/hospitality venues

ISIS’ attack on the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester on 22 May was particularly heinous because it specifically targeted teen and pre-teen girls. It represents some of the most twisted and hateful ideology known to mankind: Islamist jihadism (IJ). Obviously, … Continue reading

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Two stage bombing at major department store, Pattani, Thailand, 9 May 2017

The Bangkok Post reports that just before 3:00 pm on 9 May 2017, insurgents triggered a two stage bombing, which included a car bomb, at the Big C department store in Pattani town. The blasts wounded at least 61. Scores … Continue reading

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