A string of terror attacks struck people in three countries straddling three continents on June 26, renewing the global focus on the spread of international terrorism fuelled by anarchic warped-up ideologies. In three disparate savage strikes in Tunisia, France and Kuwait, terrorists slaughtered 66 people. The sites chosen for assaults – an American-owned chemical plant in France, a mosque in Kuwait and a seaside resort in Tunisia – ensured that dozens of civilians were killed by suicide bombers and underlined the need for concreted global action to tackle this many-headed monster.
The three strikes took place almost at the same time, after the ISIL militants called for many such operations to be carried out during the holy month of Ramazan.
The Islamic State, also known as ISIL or ISIS which recently marked the first anniversary of the establishment of the so-called caliphate, has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Tunisia and Kuwait.Read More