Since the start of Ramadan in early June, more than 1200 people have been killed in 75 terror attacks in 22 countries. The terrorist organization ISIS specifically called for attacks during the fasting month of Ramadan, and the attacks continued with equal frequency after Ramadan was over – one attack more bestial than the other. In particular, it is the symbol-heavy goals – such as a trailer that mowed down families as they celebrated National Day in Nice, and the beheading of a priest in Northern France – that leave deep marks in our minds. That's because terror is primarily psychological warfare. We are involuntarily dragged into the theater of terror.
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