Suicide Bombing

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A bomb attack on people or property, delivered by a person who knows the explosion will cause his/her own death
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In Kabul, early this week, an Afghan wedding turned into a tragic massacre as a suicide bombing killed 80 people, and injured 160 others.
While Sobejana declared that Lasuca was among the two bombers, he would not say that if the attack was a case of a suicide bombing as the bomb which was strapped on Lasuca's body could have been remotely detonated by somebody from a distance.
Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence, and Terrorism President Rommel Banlaoi earlier claimed that an Egyptian couple is now in Sulu to carry out a suicide bombing mission on the orders of the Islamic State.
Ano allayed fears on the influence of foreign terrorists to teach their Filipino counterparts about suicide bombing saying "it is not in the culture''.
The dreaded Islamic State (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the suicide bombings of two Coptic Christian churches in the cities of Tanta and Alexandria in April last year, which killed 45 people.
President Ashraf Ghani said the Pakistani fatwa should have included the entire Muslim world including Afghanistan.Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif, however, clarified that the suicide bombing was un-Islamic "whether it takes place on the moon or in any part of the world" in an effort to dispel the impression the move was not sufficient enough to cover Afghanistan.
They had planned on carrying out a suicide bombing of their own during a guard-changing ceremony at the presidential palace.
The hardline Sunni militant group Islamic State claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing on Tuesday morning in central Baghdad that police said killed three people and wounded 27.
Taliban, in an online statement, claimed of responsibility for the deadly attack, claiming that massive suicide bombings of Taliban fighters against a battalion of Border Police Force in Spin Boldak district had left more than 20 security personnel dead, a claim spurned by officials as baseless.
Few Muslims in most of the countries surveyed say that suicide bombing can often or sometimes be justified against civilian targets in order to defend Islam from its enemies.
A terrorist group in Lebanon has issued a rare apology for a twin suicide bombing in Beirut that killed eight Lebanese but failed to kill any of the Iranians it was supposedly targeting.
The study, carried out by the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center, found that fifteen percent of all suicide bombings in the world took place in Syria in 2013, and noted a surge of similar attacks in Lebanon since the start of 2014, Al-Alam reported.