One of the countries I listed was Sweden.<quoted text>
You really have no clue do you?
Except for Spain (a member of the "coalition of the willing") you list nationalist terrorism having nothing to do with the Middle East. Remember, we (me) were talking about interfering with Middle Eastern affairs?
In 2010, a bombing in Stockholm was described as an act of terrorism.
Taimour Abdulwahab al-Abdaly was suspected of the first suicide attack linked to Islamic terrorism in the Nordic countries.
Another country I listed was India.
Since 2010, India has lost 1,120 innocent lives in 60 ‘Islamic’ terrorist attacks. Between January of 2004 and March of 2007, the death toll in India from all terrorist attacks has been 3,674.
Just one more. The Philippines.
Most terrorism in the Philippines is conducted by Islamic terrorist groups. Since January 2000, radical Islamist groups and Islamist separatist forces in the Philippines have carried out over 40 major bombings against civilians and civilian property.
Look it up. If you don't believe me.
Shall I look up the attacks linked to Islamic terrorism in the other countries that were listed?
Again, what did any of these countries do to interfere with Middle Eastern affairs?