For years, TROP has published a daily
terror attacks with supporting detail culled from reputable news sources.
For each incident, we provide enough information for any serious inquirer to
verify practically any attack on our list, including date, location and a brief
Not many other organizations make their data as freely
accessible. For example, CAIR has repeatedly ignored requests for details
supporting its claims of purported hate crimes against Muslims in the U.S.
They offer little more than summary statistics.
Not only does TROP publish detail for each item on our
counter, but we also furnish substantiating sources for individual
incidents upon request. We do not cater to bulk demands beyond the last 30
days, as we do not care to give our work away for free.
Keep in mind that only a single source is
retained for each incident, even though multiple sources are often used to
construct details at the time of entry. This means that the linked article
may not include all of the elements of the attack, including accurate casualty
figures or the identity of the victims or perpetrators. Where these
exceptions occur, missing details can be gleaned from other sources.
Casualty figures often change over time as victims of
Islamic terror succumb to their injuries. The retained source
may or may not be updated to reflect this. On those occasions where we do decide
to replace the source link, the new article may neglect other
details of the attack included in our description. If you don't like this,
then feel free to do your own homework.
Serious enquirers are welcome to
contact our editor with requests
for specific incidents.
Note also that in 2014 the BBC
vetted the list
of Islamic terror attacks for a single month and found that TROP
undercounted the number of
attacks by two-thirds and the deaths by half.
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