Jannah is right, I only have a few things to add about the Christians never using terrorism.
Look at Christians for example they never cause any war or terrorism !
Right here in the U.S., for example, we endured 8 years under a regime, headed by a Christian extremist, which committed countless human rights abuses, including but not limited to torture. Our civil liberties were rolled back as we were shamelessly manipulated by fear and lies. Would these abuses have occurred without the influence of Christian extremism? We do not know. What we do know is that they were committed by someone who claimed to receive his marching orders from the Christian god.
When acts of international terrorism are paid for by U.S. taxpayers, supported by U.S. politicians, and justified by Christian leaders within and without our government, it is difficult not to regard them as acts of Christian terrorism.
Consider the following contenders for the label of Christian terrorism:
1. The Republican war on science
2. Attacks on clinics that provide abortion and other health services to women
3. Attempted church bombings
4. Unjustly invading another country and torturing prisoners while Christian leaders justify it all right along with many Americans
5. A 13 year terror trail has been left by Christians in North East India that lasts to this day, Christians have been killing several Hindus in the North India for the establishment of a seperate Christian state. As usual this barely gets any coverage by the media who dont seem to care about the many deadly terror attacks that have been commited by Christians in this region.
6. Invasion and forcible religious conversion of pagan Lithuania by the Teutonic Knights in the 1100's
7. St. Bartholomew's Day massacre (side note "That massacre, said Pope Gregory XIII, gave him more pleasure than fifty Battles of Lepanto)
8. Orange Volunteers (group infamous for carrying out simultaneous terrorist attacks on Catholic churches)
9. The Lord's Resistance Army
10. Ku Klux Klan (protestant Christian) & The Christian Identity movement 1984