i mean, the greatest loss of life from jihad so far was in america, but there have also been large-scale attacks in britain, spain, several attempts on other european countries, some in south america, in africa, in the middle east and asia. the goal of jihad is to advance a world islamic society. i think it's very important to separate jihad groups from groups with more specific goals (hamas, for example, which routinely executes al qaeda operatives; separatist groups in eurasia, etc). terrorism--even muslim terrorism--is not automatically jihad. it's very disturbing that the american public often cannot distinguish that, due to the media.
UN: Gaza could be 'uninhabitable' by 2020 if trends continue (AP)
from the article: MESS Report / World Jihad targeting Jordan and Egypt, not just Israel