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Dallas Dunlap, have you missed this article from this website:

Less Than 2 Percent Of Terrorist Attacks In The E.U are Religiously Motivated

just some quotes but the whole article is worth a read since it gives real statistics over a longer period of time by both the FIB & Europol and credible academic research (Michael Thompson, what you pointed/requested)

“The vast majority of terrorist attacks in E.U. countries have for years been perpetrated by separatist organizations.

Since 9/11, Muslim-American terrorism has claimed 37 lives in the United States, out of more than 190,000 murders during this period.”

In the US, Jewish terrorism, let alone Christians terrorism, far outweighs that committed by muslims.

According to FBI data compiled by the Princeton University’s Loon Watch, Islamist extremists were responsible for just 6 percent of terrorist attacks between 1980 and 2005 — falling behind Latino groups, Extreme left-wing groups, and Jewish extremists.

Charles Kurzman, a sociology professor at the University of North Carolina, has called Muslim Americans “a minuscule threat to public safety.”

“Since 9/11, Muslim-American terrorism has claimed 37 lives in the United States, out of more than 190,000 murders during this period.”

https://thinkprogress.org/less-than-2-percent-of-terrorist-attacks-in-the-e-u-are-religiously-motivated-cec7d8ebedf6

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