Radical Islamic terrorism threat to world peace
The greatest threat to world peace is radical Islamic terrorism.
Radical Islamic terrorists killed 14 Americans in San Bernardino, California; 130 people in Paris; five military personnel in Chatanooga, Tennesee, and 13 soldiers in Fort Hood, Texas; a soldier in Canada; beheaded journalists and aid workers in the Middle East; killed non-Muslims in Copenhagen, Paris and Tunisia; attacked the Jewish Museum in Brussels, a mall in Kenya, Iraqi Christians, Syrian Christians, 40 churches in Egypt, our embassy in Benghazi, and the Boston Marathon.
Thousands of attacks by Islamic terrorists have occurred against non-Muslims, and many thousands have been killed. For attacks since 1990 see wikipedia.org and enter list of Islamic terrorist attacks.
Islamic terrorists wantonly attack and kill non-Muslims whom they consider infidels.
We have to destroy the Islamic terrorists, deport sympathizers and restrict entry to the U.S. of people prone to conduct Islamic terrorism.