Mass murders claimed by or known to be inspired by ISIS in 2016, as of July 14.
Zliten, Libya - Truck bombing. Sixty dead.
Hurghada, Egypt - Stabbing attack at hotel. Two injured.
Istanbul, Turkey - Suicide bombing. Twelve dead.
Jakarta, Indonesia - Suicide bombings/shootout. Four dead.
Mahasen, Saudi Arabia - Suicide bombing at a Shi'a mosque. Four dead.
Homs, Syria - Car bombings. Fifty-seven dead.
Sayyidah Zaynab, Syria - Car bombing/suicide bombings at a Shi'a mosque. Eighty-three dead.
Istanbul, Turkey - Suicide bomber. Four dead.
Brussels, Belgium - Suicide bombings at a Metro station and airport. Thirty-two dead.
Aden, Yemen - Suicide bombings targeting military checkpoints. Twenty-six dead.
al-Asriya, Iraq - Suicide bombing in soccer stadium. Thirty-three dead.
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Stabbing of LGBT activist. Two dead. al-Qaida group claimed responsibility.
Baghdad/Samawa, Iraq - Four separate car bombings. Ninety dead.
Balad, Iraq - Shooting/suicide bombing. Twenty-eight dead.
Aktobe, Kazakhstan - Shootings. Seven dead.
Orlando, United States - Shooting at a gay nightclub. Forty-nine dead.
Magnanville, France - Stabbing. Two dead.
Ataturk, Turkey - Shooting/suicide bombing at an airport. Forty-four dead.
Gulshan, Bangladesh - Hostage situation/shootings. Twenty-three dead.
Baghdad, Iraq - Two bomb attacks. More than 290 dead.
Medina, Saudi Arabia - Suicide bombing at a mosque and three other attacks in which only the bombers were harmed. Seven dead.
Nice, France - Shooting/truck ramming at a Bastille Day celebration. Approximately 80 dead.
Estimated civilian and combatant death toll attributed to the "war on terror:" 1.3-2 million as of mid-2015. Total includes only deaths in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan; does not include deaths in Yemen, Syria, or other countries targeted in the war on terror.
We're not winning. None of us is winning.
I don't have answers, or even suggestions. Only these statistics.
And great anger and sadness.
Nous somme le monde. Nous somme tous.