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Re: Of all the nutcases, sub-Saharan Africa has the fewest

Post by Guest » 1st March 2019, 23:17

[quote="Proud"]Dear Zambia,

BBC NEWS

How many foreigners joined IS?

The United Nations has said that more than 40,000 foreign fighters from 110 countries may have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join terrorist groups.

A July 2018 study by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) at King's College London based on official, academic and other data concluded that 41,490 people - 32,809 men, 4,761 women, and 4,640 children - from 80 countries were affiliated with IS specifically.

Researchers found:
18,852 came from the Middle East and North Africa,

7,252 from Eastern Europe,

5,965 from Central Asia,

5,904 from Western Europe,

1,010 from Eastern Asia,

1,063 from South-East Asia,

753 from the Americas, Australia, New Zealand,

447 from Southern Asia, and

244 from Sub-Saharan Africa.


Approximately 850 people from the UK were among them, including 145 women and 50 children.[/quote]

Re: Of all the nutcases, sub-Saharan Africa has the fewest

Post by Sub Saharan African » 26th February 2019, 17:15

We Black Africans of the sub Sahara can be accused of plenty of dishonorable crap but not this jihadist bullcrap.

Corruption, guilty. Mismanagement, guilty. Below average productivity, guilty. Homophobia, guilty. Polygamy, guilty.

you name it.. we are guilty of it all. But not jihadist bullshit

Of all the nutcases, sub-Saharan Africa has the fewest

Post by Proud » 20th February 2019, 12:26

Dear Zambia,

BBC NEWS

How many foreigners joined IS?

The United Nations has said that more than 40,000 foreign fighters from 110 countries may have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join terrorist groups.

A July 2018 study by the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) at King's College London based on official, academic and other data concluded that 41,490 people - 32,809 men, 4,761 women, and 4,640 children - from 80 countries were affiliated with IS specifically.

Researchers found:
18,852 came from the Middle East and North Africa,

7,252 from Eastern Europe,

5,965 from Central Asia,

5,904 from Western Europe,

1,010 from Eastern Asia,

1,063 from South-East Asia,

753 from the Americas, Australia, New Zealand,

447 from Southern Asia, and

244 from Sub-Saharan Africa.


Approximately 850 people from the UK were among them, including 145 women and 50 children.

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