Bombing hotels abroad is becoming more attractive to terrorists… because it’s easier. As military and government targets get harder to hit, the global intelligence company Stratfor says terrorists are content to strike hotels and other soft targets instead.
Stratfor says the number of attacks on hotels has more than doubled since Sept. 11. 2001, when compared with eight years before.
- Indonesian court sentences a Muslim woman to 3 years in jail for harboring terrorists (foxnews.com)
- Treasury sanctions al-Qaida financial leader (sfgate.com)
- Indonesian jailed over bombings (news.bbc.co.uk)