This Man Made Religion Is Not Peaceful.

Robert Massimi.
How many bombings do we need to endure before we start to wake up and take action against these fanatics? Islam is not a peaceful religion, it was started by a bi polar individual named Mohammed in 600 ad. Hell bent on destruction these people have ruined all the Christian artifacts in Iraq and other places in the we orld.
We need to start irradicating these people off the face of the earth. I am personally sick of these radicals. Unyielding and uncooperative, they add no value to America nor Western Europe. They have many kids as nd live off of welfare an d.c. bring nothing to the table whats do ever except destruction wherever they go.
Imans are violent people and they preach violance. Idiots like Barack Obama talked about the Christian crusades but he always defended Islam. I believe Obama was a muslim and he helped support their cause of destruction and hatred.
We need to start hurting these people untill they start behaving like human beings. The world needs to take action against these scum bags. To blow up Churches and kill Christians is unacceptable and we need to take a strong stand snd start taking drastic action against Islam.
What was once a middle east problem, is now a world wide problem. Fanatics is what they are, the whole lot of them. I want to see what the communists at the U.N. are going to do about this. The U.N. who has support from both George Soros to Mark Kevin is a communist body of government and will do nothing to help Christians.
From Kofe Annan to Saudi Arabia, we get no support from the UN. The leaders elected at the UN are communist and show no real leadership.
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Sri Lanka Points to Islamist Militants in Easter Bombing Attacks
Authorities take 24 people into custody; social-media services remain blocked after bombings kill nearly 300

Easter Explosions in Sri Lanka Kill Hundreds at Churches, Hotels
Easter Explosions in Sri Lanka Kill Hundreds at Churches, Hotels
Multiple blasts ripped through churches and hotels in Sri Lanka Easter morning, killing more than 200 people and injuring more than 400. Photo: AP
By Uditha Jayasinghe and Niharika Mandhana
Updated April 22, 2019 5:16 a.m. ET
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka—Sri Lankan officials believe an Islamist militant group was behind the Easter morning attacks on churches and luxury hotels that killed at least 290 people and wounded another 500, Health Minister Rajitha Senaratne told reporters.

Officials had said previously that another country had warned that the group, known as National Thowheed Jamath, was planning attacks in Sri Lanka, but the warnings weren’t specific enough to effectively act on and didn’t include hotels or tourist sites as potential targets.

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Mr. Senaratne said there is no specific evidence connecting the group to the bombings, but that authorities see it as the most likely organizer. He said all the bombers were Sri Lankan citizens.

Police said yet another explosive device was discovered Monday in a parcel inside a vehicle parked in Colombo near St. Anthony’s Shrine, which was attacked on Sunday. The bomb was disposed of with a controlled explosion, they said, and there were no injuries.

No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Authorities took 24 people into custody in connection with the bombings, making arrests in several locations in and near the capital, Colombo, where the bombings were focused. Police said they discovered 87 detonators, apparently abandoned, at a private bus stand in the capital. The government has ordered round-the-clock security at all churches.

There were at least eight explosions, most blamed on suicide bombers. Six of the attacks were coordinated and were carried out by seven suicide bombers, according to a preliminary examination of scattered body parts by the country’s official experts. Two men appear to have blown themselves up at the Shangri-La Hotel in Colombo, said Ariyananda Welianga, a government investigator who studied the bodies, while single bombers attacked two other high-profile hotels and three churches.

Photos: Coordinated Explosions Rock Sri Lanka on Easter SundayThe bombings, which occurred around the same time, struck hotels and churches across the country.

Sri Lankan officers clear the road as an ambulance drives through carrying some of those injured from explosions in Colombo.

On Monday, Sri Lankan military officers conducted inspections inside St. Sebastian’s Church, in the town of Negombo, where a bomb went off the day before.

A woman wept Monday on the coffin of her 12-year-old niece, who was a victim of the Easter Sunday bombing at St. Sebastian Church.

Sri Lankan security personnel on Monday inspected the debris of a car after it exploded when police tried to defuse a bomb near St. Anthony’s Shrine in Colombo.

The scene on Monday at St. Anthony’s, one of the churches hit by suicide bombers during Easter services on Sunday in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Residents evacuated after a van was found parked with an explosive device near St. Anthony’s Church in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Monday. The device was detonated in a controlled explosion with no injuries, police said.

Sri Lankan soldiers secure the area around St. Anthony’s Shrine after a blast Easter morning. At least 290 people were killed and more than 400 wounded in a coordinated series of blasts during the Easter Sunday service at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka.

People light candles as they condemn the deadly bomb blasts in Sri Lanka, during a protest in Karachi, Pakistan on Sunday.

People lighted candles on the Trocadéro where they watched the Eiffel Tower go dark at midnight in Paris, as a homage to the victims of the Sri Lanka bombings.

Sri Lankan military stand guard inside a church after an explosion in Negombo. At least eight explosions, most attributed to suicide bombers, took place across the country.

Crowds and police gather at a damaged church following a series of explosions in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

A relative of a victim of an explosion at St. Anthony’s Shrine mourns at the police mortuary in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Bodies were being carried away for identification in front of St. Anthony’s Shrine where an explosion took place.

Sri Lankan Special Task Force personnel outside a house during a raid, after a suicide blast had killed police searching the property in Colombo, the Sri Lankan capital.

A view of St. Sebastian’s Church after an explosion.

A view of the Kingsbury hotel targeted earlier Sunday by a blast in Colombo.

Relatives of a victim of an explosion at St. Anthony’s Shrine at the police mortuary in Colombo.

A police officer inspects a blast spot at the Shangri-La Hotel in Colombo.

Priests walk into St. Anthony’s Shrine after an explosion.

Military officials stand guard in front of St. Anthony’s Shrine after a series of explosions in Sri Lanka.

Sri Lankan officials investigate the scene at St. Anthony’s Shrine as ambulances arrive.

On Monday, Sri Lankan military officers conducted inspections inside St. Sebastian’s Church, in the town of Negombo, where a bomb went off the day before.THARAKA BASNAYAKA/NURPHOTO/ZUMA PRESS
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The suspected bombers’ heads and limbs were severed from their torsos in a way consistent with suicide attacks, Mr. Welianga said. His experience with such cases goes back to Sri Lanka’s civil war, during which a Tamil insurgent group carried out suicide bombings, he said. The civil war ended in 2009.

The analysis of material recovered from the explosion sites also showed that metal balls had been attached to the bombs to inflict shrapnel injuries in addition to blast injuries, Mr. Welianga said.

Authorities on Monday imposed a new curfew on the country for the evening and continued to block social-media services such as Facebook, WhatsApp and Snapchat. Government officials have argued that social media encourages the spread of misinformation.

After President Maithripala Sirisena held a meeting of the government’s security counsel, his office announced that a state of emergency would go into effect at midnight. That will allow the military to make arrests and detain people for extended periods without charging them in court.

Security personnel inspect the interior of St. Sebastian’s Church in Negombo on Monday. PHOTO: ISHARA S. KODIKARA/AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE/GETTY IMAGES
Sri Lanka, an island nation of 21 million people dominated by a Sinhalese-speaking Buddhist majority, was torn for decades by a brutal civil war between the government and a Tamil-speaking militant group, known as the Tamil Tigers, which was among the first to employ suicide bombings. The country also has a number of religious minorities, including Muslims, who make up about 10% of the population, and Christians, about 7%.

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