Tag Archives: Suicide bombings

How does religion affect the severity of suicide bombings?

On 22 November 2012, a suicide bomber attacked a Shia religious procession in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, killing 23 and wounding over 60. The Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan — a religious terrorist group often referred to as “the Pakistani Taliban” — claimed responsibility for the attack. The bombing was, unfortunately, not a fluke, as attacks by religious terrorists against […]

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South Asia Tracker 23.11.12

Pakistan: Dawn: Pakistani Interior Minister Remhan Malik is fearful of more attacks in the next few days. “Talking to newsmen on Thursday during a visit to the district headquarters hospital to inquire after the health of people injured in Wednesday night’s suicide attack on a Muharram procession in the Dhoke Syedaan area of Rawalpindi, he […]

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