The 14 people killed and more than 100 injured in the latest Muslim terrorist attack in Barcelona have raised the death toll inflicted upon Europeans since the mass fake refugee invasion of 2014 to at least 344 dead and 1,706 injured.
This number does not include Europeans killed in Muslim terrorist attacks in Russia, North Africa, Egypt, Israel and Turkey, in which hundreds more have died and been injured.
The full list of attacks makes sobering reading—and also makes it clear that Europe is facing an unprecedented wave of Third World-origin violence, all generated by liberal race-denying immigration and “refugee” policies.
The list is as follows:
May 24, 2014—Algerian-born Mehdi Nemmouche, holding French nationality, opened fire at the Jewish Museum of Belgium in Brussels, Belgium, killing four people.
December 20, 2014—Burundi-born Bertrand Nzohabonayo attacked police officers at a police station in Joué-lès-Tours near the city of Tours in central France. Nzohabonayo, who had taken the name Bilal when he converted to Islam, was shot dead after injuring three officers.
January 7, 2015—North African-origin brothers, Saïd and Chérif Kouachi, attacked the far-left Charlie Hebdo newspaper’s offices in Paris with assault rifles and other weapons, killing 12 and injuring 11. They were later killed in a shootout with police after taking hostages at an industrial estate in Dammartin-en-Goële.
January 7, 2015—North African-origin Amedy Coulibaly shot and wounded a 32-year-old man out jogging in Fontenay-aux-Roses, in a park next to Coulibaly’s home. Shell casings found at the scene later link Coulibaly to the Hypercacher Kosher Supermarket hostage crisis of January 9, 2017.
January 8, 2015—Coulibaly shot and killed a police officer, Clarissa Jean-Philippe, at the junction of Avenue Pierre Brossolette and Avenue de la Paix in Montrouge, Paris, and critically wounded a street sweeper.
January 9, 2015—Coulibaly, armed with several assault weapons, killed four people at a Hypercacher kosher supermarket at Porte de Vincennes in east Paris. Coulibaly was killed by police.
February 3, 2015—Sub-Saharan African Moussa Coulibaly, armed with a knife, attacked and wounded two of three soldiers guarding a Jewish community center in Nice, France.
February 14, 2015—Jordanian–Palestinian-origin Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein attacked a public art event on “Art, Blasphemy, and Freedom of Expression” held at the Krudttønden cultural center in Copenhagen, Denmark. El-Hussein shot dead 55-year-old film director Finn Nørgaard, and wounded three police officers. The attacker fled before being arrested.
February 15, 2015—El-Hussein carried out a second attack at Copenhagen’s Great Synagogue in Krystalgade, killing one and wounding two police officers. El-Hussein was later shot dead by police in the Third World-overrun suburb of Nørrebro, where he lived.
April 19, 2015—Algerian-born Sid Ahmed Ghlam was arrested on suspicion of killing a woman who was found shot dead in her car, and of planning an attack on a church in the Paris suburb of Villejuif.
June 26, 2015— North African-origin Yassin Salhi decapitated his employer Hervé Cornara and drove his van into gas cylinders at a gas factory in Saint-Quentin-Fallavier near Lyon, France, causing an explosion that injured two other people. Salhi committed suicide in jail.
August 21, 2015— Moroccan Ayoub El Khazzani opened fire with an assault rifle onboard a Thalys train in France on its way from Amsterdam to Paris. Three people were injured before he was subdued by passengers.
September 17, 2015—Iraqi Rafik Mohamad Yousef was shot and killed after he attacked a German police officer with a knife in Berlin.
November 13, 2015—Mass shootings and bombings in Paris killed 130 people and injured 368. Carried out by legal Third World immigrants and recent “refugees,” the first attack took place outside the Stade de France stadium, and then moved on to mass shootings and a suicide bombing at cafés and restaurants in the city. A mass shooting and hostage siege at the Bataclan theater killed 89.
January 7, 2016—Tunisian Tarek Belgacem was shot dead after attacking police officers with a meat cleaver at a police station in the Third World-overrun Paris district of Goutte d’Or. Belgacem invaded Europe via Romania in 2011, and used at least 20 aliases to claim “refugee” welfare in seven different European countries, and just prior to the Paris attack, was posing as an asylum-seeker from Syria in a center for asylum-seekers in Recklinghausen, Germany.
March 22, 2016—Three coordinated suicide bombings in Belgium—two at Brussels Airport in Zaventem, and one at Maalbeek metro station in central Brussels—killed 32 people and wounded more than 300. The attackers were all of North African or Middle Eastern origin.
June 13, 2016— Moroccan-origin Larossi Abballa stabbed to death a police officer, Jean–Baptiste Salvaing, and his wife, Jessica Schneider, a police secretary, in their home in Magnanville, France. Abballa broadcast live on Facebook from his victims’ house, just minutes after the murder, while the couple’s son was still in the room. Abballa said on the video: “Did you think that we would stay inattentive? Well you have another thing coming. We have other surprises for you, the Euros. The Euros will be a cemetery.” Abballa was killed by police at the house, and later, two other North Africans, Charaf-Din Aberouz and Saad Rajraji, who had been convicted in 2013 of “being part of a
French jihadist group,” were charged with providing aid to the attacker.
July 14, 2016—Tunisian legal immigrant Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel killed 86 people and injured 458 by driving a cargo truck into crowds of people celebrating Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice, France. Lahouaiej-Bouhlel was shot dead by police at the scene.
July 18, 2016— Riaz Khan Ahmadzai, a 17-year-old Pakistani who claimed to be an “Afghan asylum seeker” to trick his way into Germany during the mass invasion of Europe in 2015, attacks and wounds five people with a knife and an ax on a train near Würzburg in Germany. Ahmadzai is shot dead by police near the scene. In a “martyrdom video,” Ahmadzai says the “infidels” have trespassed against Muslims.
July 24, 2016—Syrian Mohammad Daleel, who entered German as a “refugee” in 2014, accidentally detonated a bomb outside a wine bar in Ansbach, Germany. Fifteen people were wounded in the attack. Investigations show he had been planning further attacks and the bomb he was carrying in Ansbach had detonated accidentally. The Bild newspaper reported that Daleel had built the bomb “in the refugee center” where he was staying.
July 26, 2016—North African-origin Adel Kermiche and Abdel Malik Petitjean attacked a congregation at a Catholic church in Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray, Normandy, northern France. Wielding knives and wearing fake explosive belts, the men took six people captive and later killed one of them, 85-year-old priest Jacques Hamel, by slitting his throat, and also critically wounded an 86-year-old man. The two nonwhites were shot dead by police as they tried to leave the church.
August 6, 2016—Algerian Khaled Babbouri attacked two policewomen with a machete in Charleroi, Belgium, before being shot dead by another police officer. Two deportation orders had been issued against Babbouri, but Algeria had refused to take him back. He had not been detained because Belgium has fewer spaces in secure detention facilities than individuals for whom deportation orders have been issued.
October 5, 2016—Senegal-origin Hicham Diop attacked and wounded three police officers with a machete in the Third World-overrun suburb of Schaerbeek in Brussels, Belgium. Diop was arrested, along with his brother Aboubaker, and both were charged with Islamist-related terrorism.
December 19, 2016—Tunisian failed “asylum seeker” Anis Amri drove a truck into the Christmas market next to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church at Breitscheidplatz in Berlin, killing 12 and injuring 56. Amri was shot by police in Milan, Italy.
February 3, 2017—Egyptian Abdullah Reda al-Hamamy was shot dead after attacking French soldiers guarding the entrance to the Louvre Museum in Paris, France. Al-Hamamy posted on his Twitter account in Arabic in the minutes before the failed attack, referring to ISIS and saying that he was carrying out the attack “In the name of Allah… for our brothers in Syria and fighters across the world.”
March 18, 2017—Tunisian-origin Ziyed Ben Belgacem shot and wounded a police officer in Garges-lès-Gonesse, an outer suburb of Paris. He escaped, and went to Orly Airport where he attacked a female soldier, knocked her to the ground, and took her assault rifle. He was shot dead by a male soldier.
March 22, 2017—Mixed-race (African and British)-origin and UK-born Adrian Russell Elms, using the adopted Muslim name of Khalid Masood, drove a car into pedestrians on the pavement along the south side of Westminster Bridge, London, before storming a UK Houses of Parliament entrance where he stabbed a policeman to death before being shot and killed. In total, Elms killed 5 people and wounded 49. In a final text message, Masood said that he was waging jihad in revenge for Western military action in Muslim countries in the Middle East.
April 7, 2017—Uzbekistan failed “asylum seeker” Rakhmat Akilov drove a hijacked truck into crowds along the Drottninggatan in central Stockholm, killing five and wounding 14. Akilov was arrested and shown to be an ISIS member. Akilov arrived in Sweden in October 2014, but was ordered to leave the country in 2016. He went into hiding and “could not be found for deportation.”
April 20, 2017—North African Karim Cheurfi, attacked police with an AK-47 assault rifle on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, France. One officer, French National Police Captain Xavier Jugelé, was killed and two other French National Police officers and a German female tourist, were seriously wounded. Karim Cheurfi was then shot dead by police. Police found a note praising ISIS, along with addresses of police stations, on his body. Cheurfi had served a twelve-year prison sentence for an earlier attempt to murder two police officers. He was also convicted of attempted murder in 2005 and he was sentenced to twenty years in prison, which was later shortened to fifteen years. Despite this, he was released in October 2015.
May 22, 2017—Libyan-origin Salman Ramadan Abedi detonated a shrapnel-laden homemade bomb at the exit of Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, following a concert by American singer Ariana Grande. Twenty-two adults and children were killed, and 250 were injured.
June 3, 2017—A three-man team—consisting of a failed “asylum seeker” from Morocco, a UK-born Pakistani, and a half-Italian-Moroccan— drove a van into crowds on London Bridge, Southwark, London. The three attackers then exited the vehicle and attacked passersby with long knives. Eight people were killed and 48 injured, including four unarmed police officers who attempted to stop the assailants. The three attackers, who wore fake explosive vests, were all shot dead by police. They were named as Khuram Shazad Butt, the Pakistani ringleader; Rachid Redouane, the failed “asylum seeker” from Morocco—who had been denied residence in Britain in 2009; and Youssef Zaghba, who had a Moroccan father and an Italian mother who had converted to Islam. Zaghba had dual Moroccan and Italian nationality.
June 6, 2017—Algerian Farid Ikken was shot dead outside the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris after injuring a police offer with a hammer. Ikken was in France legally, and had worked as a journalist in Sweden where he had been awarded the “National Journalist Prize” from the European Commission in 2009 for an article in the newspaper Folket i Bild about “asylum seekers who are not entitled to medical care and who are therefore forced to seek medical care, as well as healthcare staff and others who still provide healthcare to asylum seekers.” Ikken described himself as gratified to have been able to bring attention to the important topics of “discrimination and diversity.”
June 19, 2017—Tunisian Djaziri Adam Lotfi rammed a car containing explosives into a police vehicle on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, France. He was killed by police at the scene. A well-known Islamist, Lotfi was on the French police’s “terrorism watch list” but was allowed to have weapons’ licenses. On the day of the attack, he mailed letters pledging his allegiance to ISIS.
June 20, 2017— Moroccan Oussama Zariouh detonateed a bomb at Brussels Central Station in Brussels, Belgium, causing no casualties. Soldiers patrolling the station killed him. Zariouh “moved” from Morocco to Belgium in 2012 and had been living in the Third World-overrun Molenbeek neighbourhood since 2013.
July 28, 2017—A United Arab Emirates national claiming to be an asylum seeker, Ahmad Alhaw, attacked people inside an Edeka supermarket in Barmbek, Hamburg, with a kitchen knife. He killed one and wounded six. He was arrested at the scene. Alhaw took part in the mass fake refugee invasion of Germany in 2015, but was so obviously bogus that his application had already been rejected. Nonetheless, he had not been deported.
August 17, 2017—At least three, and possibly four Muslim terrorists (developments in progress at time of writing) killed 14 people and injured more than 100 in a truck ramming attack in Barcelona, Spain.
According to French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, in 2016, his country’s police and intelligence services were tracking 15,000 individuals “in the process of being radicalized” in France, with 1,400 already being subjects of investigations related to various alleged terror offences.
After the 2017 Manchester Arena bombing, British authorities and MI5 revealed they had 500 ongoing investigations into 3,000 individuals, with a further 20,000 having been “subjects of interest” in the past.
In Germany, the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV) reported they had registered over 10,000 “radical Salafists” in 2017, double as many as had been registered by 2013.
The Swedish Security Service (Säpo) said the number of Islamic extremists in Sweden had soared to “thousands” in 2017, up from 200 in 2010, which it said was “a new historic challenge.”
All of this is directly ascribable to the policy of mass Third World immigration, and the tolerance of fake refugees in Europe. It is the inevitable result of race-denial.