Here's the Comparison of Gun Deaths to Deaths From Islamic Terrorists

December 2nd 2015

Diana Crandall

It's clear. America has a serious problem with gun violence.

At least 14 people are dead and 14 more injured in a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, Wednesday at a center for people with developmental disabilities in San Bernardino, California, according to law enforcement officials.

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This tragedy fuels an ongoing debate over gun reform and terrorism in the U.S. Back in October, after the shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, President Barack Obama asked reporters to "tally up the number of Americans who've been killed through terrorist attacks over the last decade, and the number of Americans who have been killed by gun violence, and post those side by side on your news reports.”

Compiled using data collected from the New America Foundation, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Gun Violence Archive, an infographic created by ATTN: depicts those numbers in a pie chart.

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Gun Violence v. Terrorism Infographic

According to the data, which spans the last 10 years, victims of gun homicides tally up to 132,349 while the victims of terrorist attacks is 29.

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The numbers clearly show that a conversation about gun reform is long overdue. The San Bernardino shooting is the second mass shooting this week. On November 27 a gunman opened fire at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado Springs, Colorado, killing three people and injuring nine, CNN reports.

As of now, officials in San Bernardino do not know the motive for why this center was attacked. The three suspects who allegedly attacked the center are still at-large.

This is a developing story, check back with ATTN: for further updates.