Skip to comments.Travel Risk Map shows that eight out of top 10 most dangerous nations to visit are Muslim
Posted on 11/22/2019 9:02:58 AM PST by LesbianThespianGymnasticMidget
Islamic jihadis in Muslim countries hate tourists, who are often visiting sites of jahiliyya, the pre-Islamic society of unbelievers. And if theyre visiting Muslim sites, theyre trampling them down under their Infidel feet. Either way, theyre not welcome.
Eight out of top 10 most dangerous nations are Muslim, 5Pillars, November 19, 2019 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
This years Travel Risk Map, created by global risk experts International SOS, has listed eight Muslim countries in its top 10 most dangerous nations to visit.
Eight majority Muslim nations Mali, Somalia, Central African Republic, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan were listed as being an extreme travel security risk.
Mali came top of the list. The African nation has been wracked by conflict since 2012 when a Tuareg rebellion began in Northern Mali, led by the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad.
However, Islamist groups including Ansar Dine and Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) turned on the Tuareg and took control of the North with the goal of implementing sharia in Mali. In 2013 this led to an invasion by the French at the request of the interim government .
International SOS says of countries with extreme travel security risks: Government control and law and order may be minimal or non-existent across large areas. Serious threat of violent attacks by armed groups targeting travellers and international assignees. Government and transport services are barely functional. Large parts of the country are inaccessible to foreigners.
Most European countries are considered to be a low to medium medical risk besides Kosovo which is listed as high risk. And the UK and most countries in Europe were among the countries with the lowest road death tolls, alongside Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Egypt.
Putting Japan and Egypt next to each other in this list is the stupidest thing I have seen this week.
Is Sweden one of those 8 nations?
The Muslim Call To Prayer is the most beautiful thing I ever heard.
AS someone on FR said years ago, “It sounds like someone passing a kidney stone.”
Thanks for posting. HOORAY Robert Spencer. Thank you, sir.
Analysis of Milestones - Sayyid Qutb (VERY fascinating book if you have the time)
Qutbs ideological consequence has been compared to that of Hitler and he has been deemed as significant [to Islamism] as Lenin was to Communism. The sweeping influence of Qutbs work has earned him the designation of [the radical Islamic] Karl Marx and, unequivocally, the Arab worlds first important theoretician of the Islamist cause.
Probably just a coincidence.
Mali, Somalia, Central African Republic, Yemen, Libya, Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan were listed as being an extreme travel security risk. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
If Chicago were a nation, it would be on that list.
I figured all 57 Islamic states would be the top 57
And muzzy areas of other countries.
WOW!! whouda thunk it!!
The Muslim Call To Prayer is the most beautiful thing I ever heard.”
Defensive jihad is akin to Barrys view of the Constitution as a charter of negative liberties. Anti-freedom collectivists, sophisticated criminals, sociopaths and totalitarians think like that, although most in not as nuanced terms.
For more on defensive jihad read, “The Quranic Concept of War” - U.S. Army War College/Joseph Myers or Qutb’s epic, “Milestones”.
Well shoot! I was planning to vacation in Somalia this year. Now I may have to go somewhere else. /s
Yep. Talk to any Filipino about Mindanao
> Heck, even when I play Risk!, it seems the that Middle East, Central America, North Africa and Brazil are constantly being attacked. <
Good point. On the other hand, almost everybody leaves Yakutsk alone. So I am puzzled as to why Yakutsk never makes any safe place to visit list.
"Ukraine is game to you?"
“When muslims are in the minority they are very concerned about minority rights.
But when they are the majority there are no minority rights.”
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