Losing The GWOT

From Holden:

Terrorist attacks worldwide TRIPLED last year.

Christian Science Monitor:

In a report to be released next week, US government figures will show that the number of terrorist attacks in the world jumped sharply in 2005, totalling more than 10,000 for the first time. That is almost triple the number of terrorist attacks in 2004 — 3,194

Knight Ridder:

More than half the fatalities from terrorism worldwide last year occurred in Iraq, said a counterterrorism official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the data haven’t been made public. Roughly 85 percent of the US citizens who died from terrorism during the year died in Iraq. The figures cover only noncombatants and thus don’t include combat deaths of US, Iraqi and other coalition soldiers.

That’s right, the record number of attacks does not count attacks on Coalition Forces in Iraq. Imagine how high it would be if they were counted.

BTC News has been on this since January.