WHY THE U.S. FOUGHT

Twin Towers Memorial in Israel Pieces of the Pentagon as part of the 9/11 memorial by the World Trade Center in Baltimore. Piece of the World Trade Center at the Marine Corps Museum.

On September 11, 2001 19 terrorists hijacked 4 US jetliners. They crashed two of the jetliners into the World Trade Center, destroying 4 buildings, including the twin towers. They crashed another jetliner into the Pentagon. The 4th jetliner, United Airlines Flight UA93, crashed in Somerset County, PA. The plane crashed as some of the victims attempted to take back control of the Boeing 757 from the terrorists. This heroic effort prevented the terrorists from crashing the doomed plane into another crowded 'target'. Those involved in this heroic effort included Jeremy Glick, Thomas Burnett, and Mark Binngham.
3,003 people died in these attacks. The Pentagon dead were:
21 Soldiers, 47 Army civilians, and 6 Army contractors
33 Sailors and 9 Navy civilians
8 Civilians from other Defense Agencies
The USAF dedicated a building at WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio to Reserve Maj. LeRoy W. Homer Jr. who was killed while serving as the first officer on United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed near Shanksville, PA.


[U.S.] July 4, 2002 - Hesham Mohamed Hedayet opened fire at the El Al ticket counter at Los Angeles International Airport. The Hadayet fatally wounded Yakov Aninov and Victoria Hen and wounded seven others an Haim Sapir of El Al security killed him. Sapir was one of those wounded in the struggle.
[Pakistan] Terrorists kidnapped and murdered Wall Street Journal reported Danny Pearl.
[Pakistan] A terrorist attacked a Christian Church during services. The terrorist killed Barbara Green and Kristen Wormsley in the attack. An Afghan and a Pakistani also died in the attack. An unidentified person also died in the attack. He may have been the Terrorist.
[Peru] March 20, 2002 a car bomb outside the US Embassy killed 9 people in Lima, Peru.
[Tunisia] A truck explosion at a Synagogue. The blast killed 16 people, 11 of the dead were German tourists. Nizarbin Mohammed Nawar drove the truck.
[Philippines] Bombs killed 14 people in General Santos.
[Pakistan] May 8, 2002 a bomb killed 11 French Engineers and three others.
[Pakistan] June 14, 2002 a homicide bomber killed 10 people outside the US Consulate in Pakistan. The attack wounded 45 others including a US Marine.
[Saudi Arabia] A car bomb in Saudi Arabia killed Simon John Veness, a Briton, on June 20, 2002.
[Pakistan] On July 13, 2002 a grenade attack in Pakistan wounded 13 people, nine of them Europeans.
[Pakistan] On August 5, 2002 terrorists opened fire on a school for missionary children. The attack killed six Pakistanis.
[Pakistan] On August 9, 2002 terrorists attacked a Christian hospital killing three nurses and wounding 25. One of the attackers died.
[Philippines] On August 20, 2002 terrorists kidnapped six Jehovah's Witnesses. On August 22, 2002 they beheaded Lemuel Bantolo and Leonel Mantic. The other four captives are Emily Mantic, Cleofe Bantolo, Flora Bantolo, and Nori Bendijo.
[Afghanistan] Two incidents on September 5, 2002. Two assassins tried to kill Afghan President Hamid Karza. US Special Forces killed both assassins. The assassin wounded a US soldier and the Kandahar governor. A bombing in a market place killed 16 people and wounded 150.
[Pakistan] On September 25, 2002 terrorists killed seven members of Idare-e Amn-O-Insaf (Organization for Peace and Justice), a Christian Charity, they left another member of the organization paralyzed and beat another member.
Those killed included: Igbal Allah Rakha u Benjiman Sadiq u Kamram Anjun u Jan Muneer u Aslam Martin u Mushtaq Roshan
Wounded were: Robin Sharri & Robin Piran Ditta
[Gulf of Aden] On October 6, 2002 a fishing boat rammed the French supertanker Limburg. A sailor drowned. The explosion and fire caused extensive damage to the tanker.
[Indonesia] On October 12, 2002 terrorists bombed the Sari Club and Paddy's Bar. The bombing killed seven Americans and injured four1. The bombing killed about 195 others. These include:
23 Britons † 88 Australians2 † 38 Indonesians † 5 Singaporeans † 1 French † 1 New Zealander † 1 Ecuadorian † 2 Dutch † 6 German † 1 Thai † 9 Swedes † 4 Dutch † 2 Canadians † 2 Japanese
1 Indonesia says Americans were the terrorists' intended targets.
2 Al-Qaeda says Australians were the terrorists' intended targets.
[Finland] On October 12, 2002 a suicide bomber exploded a bomb in a shopping mall in Vantaa. The bomb killed six and injured 80.
[Phillipines] Two explosions at a shopping mall, one in a Shop-O-Rama, in Zambango killed six and wounded 150. Police found and defused seven other devices.
[Phillipines] An explosion on a bus in the Manila suburbs killed three and injured 22.
[Pakistan] An explosion on October 20, 2002 outside the Kamra Cantt Bazaar killed Saima Bibi (11) and wounded 20 others.
*[US] During October 2002 A sniper has fired 14 shots at people in and around Washington, DC. The sniper has killed 10 and wounded three. On October 24, 2002 the police arrested John Allen Muhammad (aka John Allen Williams) and his step son John Lee Malvo. Police believe they are also involved in other shooting incidents that left four people dead and one woman wounded. The police believe they were also involved in two shooting incidents at the Temple Beth El synagogue on May 1 & 4. John Lee Malvo confessed they were involved in four earler shootings
[Jordan] Terrorists shot Lawrence Foley of the US Agency for International Development dead.
*[Lebanon] On November 20, 2002 someone shot Bonnie Penner, a missionary/nurse, to death.
[Nigeria] In November 2002, rioters destroyed 4,500 homes, 22 churches, 8 mosques, and a newspaper office. The riots left 215 dead, 1,100 injured, and 12,000 homeless.
[Kenya] November 28, 2002 three suicide bombers with a Mitsubishi Pajero bombed the Paradise Hotel north of Mombasa. The bombing killed three Israelis and 10 Kenyans.
[Indonesia] December 5, 2002 a bombing at a McDonalds and a car dealership killed two and injured 2.
[Pakistan] On December 5, 2002 terrorists killed three people and blew up the office of Honorary Consul General of Macedonia. The dead included security guard Hameed Masih.
[Yemen] On December 30, 2002 a terrorist attacked the Jibal Baptist Hospital with a rifle and killed William E. Koehn, Kathleen A. Gariety, and Dr. Martha C. Myers. The attacker also wounded Pharmacist Donald W. Caswell.
[Pakistan] On Christmas Day, 2002 terrorsts launched a grenade attack on a Presbyterian church during services. The attack killed Shumaila Maish (8), Najma (2), and Razia (13) and wounded 16 others.
[Philippines] On Christmas Eve, 2002 terrorists killed 17 outside the home of a town's mayor on Mindanao.
[Philippines] December 26, 2002 terrorists ambushed and killed 12 workers for a Canadian company. The attacks wounded 10 others.
[Philippines] January 28, 2003 an 81mm mortar with a timing device exploded when Sgt. Herminio Belata tried to defuse it. Sgt Belata lost a hand and 15 other people were injured in the blast.
[Afghanistan] On January 31, 2003 terrorists blew up the Rambasi bridge with a civilian bus on it. The explosion killed 18 civilians.1
[Philippines] February 19, 2003 a raid on a farming village killed 14 and wounded three. Three others are missing. A pair of explosions killed Cpl. Nelson Corpuz and wounded nine. A bomber was killed when one of the bombs exploded prematurely.
[Philippines] March 4, 2003 a backpack bomb at the Davao Airport killed 21, including William P. Hyde (American), and wounded 146, including Barbara Stephens and her two children Sara and Nathan.
*[Kuwait] Sgt. Asan Akbar, a member of the 101st Airborne Division attacked other US solders with grenades. The attack killed a soldier, an airman, and wounded 12 others. Sgt. Asan Akbar was also injured in the attack.
[Saudi Arabia] A US civilian who worked at a naval base was shot three times.
[Saudi Arabia] On May 12, 2003 shootings and suicide bombings in four separate placed killed 25 people. Nine terrorists died in the attack. The victims include Mohammed Abdullah Al-Blaihed, Jihad Dalloul, and Oday Al-Sadek. The victims by Nationality were:
Nationality Killed Wounded Nationality Killed Wounded Nationality Killed Wounded
US 8 40 Saudi Arabian 7   Jordanian 2  
Filippino 3   Australian 1 1 Lebanese 1  
Swiss 1   Britions 1 6 Irish 1  
Undetermined 1   Dutch   3 Italian   3
Japanese   3 Norweigian   1 Spanard   1
[Yemen] On May 14, 2003, A bomb exploded in a courthouse in San'a injured a judge and a number of other people.
[Pakistan] On May 15, 2003, Small bombs exploded 21 small bombs at petrol stations in Karachi (19 Shell, 2 Caltex). The bombs slightly injured a customer, three attendants, and a security guard.
[Morocco] May 16, 2003 - Five explosions set by 13 suicide bombers went off in Casablanca. The explosions killed 28 people. The dead included two Spaniards, two Italians, and two French. A 14th suicide bomber survived.
[Pakistan] July 11, 2003 - An explosion in a 12 story building housing international bussinesses killed two people.
[Indonesia] August 5, 2003 - Asmar Latin Sani drove a car bomb into the JW Marriott Hotel in Jakarta killed 10 people, including Dutch citizen Hans Winkelmolen and wounded 149 others.
[Saudi Arabia] November 8, 2003 - A terrorist assault in Riyadh killed an Indian and a Sudanese security guard, a Lebanese woman and two Lebanese children (5 & 3), an Egyptian man, Ali Raghab, his spouse and two children (Omar 8, Ahmed 4), and eight others. The attack also wounded 122 others.
[Turkey] November 15, 2003 - Mesut Cabuk & Gakken Elatuntas exploded car bombs outside two synagogues in Istanbul. They killed 23 (6 Jews, 14 Muslims) and wounded 300.
[Turkey] November 20, 2003 - Suicide bombers exploded car bombs Istanbul, Ilyas Kumcak exploded one at the London-based HSBC Bank and another bomber exploded one at the British Consulate, killed 27 and wounded 450. The Consulate bombing killed four British Citizen including Consul General Roger Short and his personal assistant Lisa Hallworth and 12 others including Turkish national Hulya Domez.
[Spain] March 11, 2004 - A series of 13 bombs on commuter trains killed 190 and wounded over 1,600. Two more bombs were found and defused. The blast took place 911 days after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
[Saudi Arabia] April 21, 2004 - Car bomb attacks near the Security Headquarters killed six police officers and four civilians.
[Kosovo] Ahmed Mustafa Ibrahim Ali, a Jordanian member of the UN police force in Kosovo opened fire on other members of the police force killing two employees of DynCorp.
[Saudi Arabia] Terrorists opened fire in an oil contractor's office. The attack killed six. (2 Americans, 2 Britons, 1 Australian, and 1 Saudi Arabian) Saudi Authorities killed four terrorists in a shootout.
[Pakistan] A bombing and shooting incident in Quetta killed 29 Muslim worshipers and wounded 150 others.
[Pakistan] A car bomb killed Hao Ghuangchun, Zhou Xuemeng, Gho Qihong and wounded 9 other Chinese nationals, the Pakistani driver, and the Pakistani security guard.
[Pakistan] A car bomb exploded within 100 yards of the U.S. Consul's residence and another car bomb exploded within 200 yards of the U.S. Consulate. The attack killed Constable Jehangir and wounded 33 people, including 12 police officers. (May 26, 2004)
[Saudi Arabia] May 29, 2004 - A terrorist shooting rampage left 17 dead. The dead included:
8 Indians, 3 Filipino, 3 Saudi Arabian, 2 Sri Lankans, 1 American, 1 Briton, 1 Italian, 1 Swede, 1 South African, and a 10 year old Egyptian.
[Saudi Arabia] June 7, 2004 - A drive by shooting killed Irish camerman Simon Cumbers and wounded BBC journalist Frank Gardner.
[Saudi Arabia] June 8, 2004 - Terrorists shot American Robert Jacobs to death.
[Saudi Arabia] June 12, 2004 - Terrorists shot American Kenneth Scroggs to death.
[Saudi Arabia] June 18, 2004 - Terrorists kidnapped (June 13, 2004) then murdered American Paul Marshal Johnson.
[Turkey] June 24, 2004 - A terrorist exploded herself on a bus and killed three other people. A bomb went off outside a Hilton Hotel and wounded two people.
[Uzbekistan] July 30, 2004 - Suicide bombers carried out simultaneous attacks against the U.S. and Israeli Embassies. The attack against the Israeli Embassy killed two Uzbek security guards and wounded seven others. The attack against the U.S. Embassy wounded two police officers.
[Turkey] On August 10, 2004 bombs exploded at two tourist hotels and a gas plant. The bombings killed 2 and injured 7.
[Russia] August 26, 2004 - Terrorist destroyed a Sibir Tu-154 and a Volga-Aviaeypress Tu-134 in flight killing 89 people. There was apparently a diversionary bombing at an airport that wounded four.
[Russia] August 31, 2004 - A suicide bomber exploded a car in Moscow and killed 10 and wounded 51.
[Russia] September 1, 2004 - Terrorists captured a school killed 326 people and wounded 727, including 218 children.
[Indonesia] September 9, 2004 - A car bomb near the Australian Embassy killed 8 and wounded 161. The dead included three police officers and one security guard.
[Pakistan] October 1, 2004 - A suicide bomber killed 15 in a mosque in Islamabad.
[Pakistan] October 8, 2004 - A bombing in Multan killed 39 in a mosque.
[Egypt] October 8, 2004 - Bombing attacks against the Taba Hilton and Ras-a-Satan killed 23 (14 Israelis and 9 Egyptians) and wounded 160.
[France] October 8, 2004 - A bombing outside the Indonesian Embassy in Paris wounded a number of people.
[The Netherlands] November 2, 2004 - Filmaker Theo van Gogh was shot and stabbed to death. He made the film "Submission".
[Saudi Arabia] December 6, 2004 - Terrorists attacked the U.S. Consulate in Jeddah and killed a security guard and four others. Four other people were wounded in the attack. Security forces killed four terrorists and captured one.
[Pakistan] December 10, 2004 - Terrorists set off a bicycle bomb in Quetta. The bomb killed 1 soldier and 9 civilians. It also destroyed four vehicles.
[Philippines] December 12, 2004 - A bomb went off in a market place in General Santos City. It killed 13 and wounded 52.
[Philippines] February 14, 2005 - A series of bomb blasts killed 11 and wounded 130.
[Lebanon] February 14, 2005 - A bomb killed 15 including the former Prime Minister Rafile Hariri.
[Lebanon] March 23, 2005 - A bomb killed three and wounded four in the Alta Vista center Kaslick, Joenich. The dead included an Indian and a Sri Lankan.
[Egypt] April 7, 2005 - A bomb attack at the Khan al-Khalili Bazaar killed a French woman and wounded 18 others.
[Afghanistan] May 16, 2005 - A false report by Newsweek magazine that U.S. interrogators in Cuba desecrated a Koran set of mass rioting that killed 16.
[Pakistan] May 27, 2005 - A suicide bomber at the Bari Imam Shrine outside Islamabad killed 20.
[Pakistan] June 6, 2005 - Rioters burned a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant in Islamabad. Six people died in the blaze.
[England] July 7, 2005 - Mohammed Sadique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Hasib Hussain, & Lindsey Germail blew themselves up. Three bombs went off in the London underground and another bomb went off on a London commuter bus. They killed at least 52 and wounded over 700. Casualty figure includes one American killed but does not kill the four suicide bombers. British authorities found two unexploded bombs.
[Egypt] July 22, 2005 - A series of explosions went off in Sharm el-Sheik. The bombs killed 88 people in this resort town. Most of the dead were Egyptians. The dead among the foreign nationals included 2 Italians, 1 UK national, and one Czech.
[Thailand] August 17, 2005 - A bomb in a Buddhist temple killed a security guard and wounded 8.
[Bangladesh] August 17, 2005 - Over 100 bombs went of killing a 10 year-old boy and a rickshaw driver, and wounding 125 people.
[Indonesia] October 1, 2005 - Three suicide bombers attacked restaurants and tourist resorts and killed 26 and wonded 101. The dead included 12 Indonesians, 1 Japanese, and an Australian. The wounded included 49 Indonesians, 17 Australians, 6 Koreans, and 4 Japanese.
The Australian Dead were; Brandon Firzgerald, Jennifer Williamson, Colin Zwolinski and Fiona Zwolinski.
[France - Belgium - Germany] - October 27 - November 2005 rioting killed one person and caused extensive property damage.
[Jordan] - November 9, 2005 - Suicide bombings against the Grand Hyatt, Radisson SAS and Days Inn hotels in Amman. The attacks killed at 60 and wounded 115. One bomb, worn by Sajida Mubarak Atrous, failed to detonate. Her spouse Safan Mohammed Ali was one of the suicide bombers. He was captured by U.S. forces in November 2004 in Iraqi, held for two weeks, then released. Those killed included; 33 Jordanians, 6 Iraqis, 4 Palistinians, 3 Chinese, 2 Bahraninis, 1 Indonesian, 1 Saudi Arabian, and 2 Americans. The Palistinians killed were:
Maj Gen Bashir Nafeh, head of Palistinian Intelligence, Colonel Abed Allun, Jihad Fattouh, and Mosab Khoma
The Americans killed were Moustapha Akkad and Rima Akkad Monla. Moustapha Akkad was a movie director and producer best known for the Halloween genre.
[Pakistan] - November 12, 2005 - A bomb outside a Kentucky Fried Chicken in Karachi killed three and wounded 12.
[Australia] - December 11 - 13, 2005 rioting broke out in Australian cities.
[Worldwide] - February, 2006 - rioting broke out in numerous countries because of a blasphemous cartoon. The rioting resulted in at least 71 deaths. (43 in Nigeria, 10 in Libya, 10 in Afghanistan, 5 Pakistan, 1 in Lebanon, 1 in Turkey) In Pakistan rioters destroyed five buildings that housed two banks, a hotel, a KFC, a Norweigan Cell Phone Company, and a bus terminal run by DAEWOO corporation. Imam Mohammed Yousaf Qureshi placed a $1,025,000 and a car bounty on the cartoonist(s).
[Saudi Arabia] February 24, 2006 - Suicide bombers attacked the Abqaiq oil facility. The attackers killed two security guards. Security guards killed four attackers.
[Pakistan] - April 11, 2006 - A suicide car bomber at a park full of worshipers in Karachi killed 56.
[India] - April 14, 2006 - A grenade attack killed five people and wounded 18.
[Turkey] - April 16, 2006 - A bomb in Istanbul injured 31.
[Egypt] - April 24, 2006 - Three bombs in Dahab killed 21 people and wounded 80. The dead included 18 Egyptians, a Russian, a German, and a Swiss National. The explosions were at the Al Capone restaurant, outside a supermarket, and near a bridge.
[Egypt] - April 26, 2006 - Three suicide bombings against peacekeepers in the Sinai wounded 4 Egyptian police officers.
[Turkey] - May 17, 2006 - A gunman opened fire during a session of the Council of State and wounded five judges including Mustafa Birden and Mustafa Yucel Ozbilgin.
[India] - July 11, 2006 - Seven bombs went off on Bombay trains killing 200 and wounding 700.
[U.S.] - July 28, 2006 - A shooting at the Jewish Federation's office in Seattle killed one, and wounded five. Naveed Afzal Haq is being held for questioning.
[Pakistan] - August 2006 - Teimar Wazir, 14, was kidnapped and murdered, apparently because his brother worked for the BBC.
*[U.S.] - August 29, 2006 - Omeed A. Popal was arrested for killing one person and wounding over a dozen with an SUV.
[Syria] September 12, 2006 - Terrorists attempted to attack the U.S. Embassy in Damascus. Syrian security forces killed three of the terrorists and captured the fourth. The terrorists killed a member of the Syrian forces.
[Yemen] September 15, 2006 - Four Terrorists attempted to bomb an Oil Refinery and a Canadian-Yemeni oil storage facility. The four terrorists and one Yemini security guard died in the attack.
[Somalia] September 17, 2006 - Gunmen killed, sister Leonella Sgorbati, an Italian nun and her bodyguard in Mogadishu apparently as retaliation for a remark made by Pope Benedict XVI.
[Iraq] October 2006 - In Mosul a priest was beheaded as retaliation for a remark made by Pope Benedict XVI.
[Philippines] October 10, 2006 - A bombing killed 12 in Cotabata.
*[U.S.] February 13, 2007 - Sulejmen Talovic shot and killed five people in a Utah shopping mall before being killed by police.
[Algeria] April 11, 2007 - Twin bombings in Algeris at the Prime Minister's office and a police station killed 24 and wounded 222.
[Algeria] December 11, 2007 - Twin bombings in Algeris at UN offices and Algeria¡¯s Constitutional Council killed 52 people.
[Yemen] May 2, 2008 - A motorcycle borne explosive device killed 18 people outside a mosque. The bombing wounded about 50 others.
[Turkey] July 9, 2008 - A assault on a police guard post outside the US Consulate in Istanbul killed three police officers. Officers killed three of the terrorists.
[India] July 26, 2008 - A bombing in AHMADABAD killed 45.
[Algeria] August 19, 2008 - A suicide bomber crashed a VBIED into a police academy killing 43.
[Yemen] September 17, 2008 - Terroists killed 11 people in an attack near the US Embassy which included a car bomb. Six terrorists died in the attack.
[Pakistan] September 20, 2008 - A VBIED outside a Marriott Hotel in Islamabad killed 53. Two DoD service members died in the blast.
[Syria] September 27, 2008 - A VBIED outside a residential street in Damascus killed 17 and wounded more than a dozen.
[India] November 26, 2008 - Azam Amir Kasab, and 9 other terrorists, attacked Mumbai. Targets included the Taj Mahal Palace hotel, the Trident-Oberoi, the main railway station, a popular restaurant and a cinema and a Jewish center. The terrorists attacked with bombs, grenades, and automatic weapons killed 195 and wounded over 200.
[USA] June 1, 2009 - William Long, USA, shot and killed outside a recruiting station in Little Rock, AR. Another soldier was wounded in the shooting. Mujahid Muhammad aks Carlos Bledsoe was arrested as a suspect.
[Indonesia] July 17, 2009 - Bombs at the Marriot and Ritz-Carlton in Jakarta killed 7, not including the two bombers, and wounded 50.
[USA] - November 5, 2009 - Army Major (Dr.) Nidal Malik Hasan killed 13 people and wounded 31 others at Fort Hood, Texas. Officer Kimberly Munley shot and wounded him, ending the rampage. Officer Munley was also wounded in the exchange. The dead include:
Spc. Jason Dean Hunt Sgt. Amy Krueger Pfc. Aaron Thomas Nemelka Francheska Velez Kham Xiong Pfc. Michael Pearson Michael Grant Cahill, a civilian PA
Maj. Libardo Eduardo Caraveo Staff Sgt. Justin M. DeCrow Capt. John Gaffaney Spc. Frederick Greene Capt. Russell Seager Lt. Col. Juanita Warman
[Russia] - March 29, 2010 - Dzhennet Abdurakhmanova and another suicide bombers attacked the the Moscow subway killing 40. The bombs went of at Lubyanka station and Park Kultury.
[Palestine] A remote control bomb destroyed a Jeep Cherokee in a US embassy convoy. The blast killed John Branchizio, Mark T. Parson, and John Martin Linde Jr. of DynCorp and wounded another DynCorp employee. (October 15, 2003)
[Phillipines] - June 24, 2010 - Terrorists attacked commuters, killing 4 and wounded 6.
[Uganda] - July 11, 2010 - Terrorists bombed two bars in Kampala while people were watching the World Cup games, 64 people died in the blast.
[Indonesia] - September 12, 2010 - Assailants stabbed Asia Sihombing, a Christian, and struck Rev. Luspida Simanjuntak, a Christian minister, in the head with a wooden plank.
[Sweden] - December 11, 2010 - A suicide bomber set off two bombs in a shopping center in Stockholm. Two people were injured in the attack.
[Nigeria] - December 24, 2011 - A series of Christmas Eve bombing in Jos killed 32 and 74 wounded.
[Egypt] - January 1, 2011 - A bomb at a Coptic Christian church during a New Year's Day mass killed 21 in Alexandria.
[Russia] - January 24, 2011 - A suicide bomber at Moscow's Domodedovo airport killed 35.
[India] - July 13, 2011 - Three bombs in Mombai killed 19 people.
[Pakistan] - August 13, 2011 - Warren Weinstein was kidnapped.
[Nigeria] = August 26, 2011 - A car bomb at the UN Headquarters in Nigeria killed 23.
[India] - September 7, 2011 - A briefcase bomb killed 12 in a courthouse in New Delhi.
[Bosnia] - October 28, 2011 - A gunman injured two police officers near the U.S. Embassy.
[Nigeria] - November 6, 2011 - The Islamist Boko Haram sect killed 150 people in a series of gun attacks.
[Belgium] - December 13, 2011 - *Grenade attack at a bus stop in Liege killed 2 people.
[Nigeria] - December 25, 2011 - A bombing during a Christmas service at St. Theresa Catholic Church killed 35. There were other attacks in Nigeria on Christmas which brought the casualty count to 39 dead and 52 wounded.
[Nigeria] - January 6, 2012 - An assault on the Deeper Life Church in Gombe with small arms fire killed 5.
[Iraq] - 2012 - At least 90 male teenagers were stoned to death because of their hair styles.
[Nigeria] - March 15, 2012 - 10 Christians were shot dead in two assaults in Kadun.
[Yemen] - March 18, 2012 - Joel Shrun was shot dead in Taiz.
[France] - March 19, 2012 - A terrorist on a motorcycle killed four people, three children, outside a Jewish school in Toulouse. A week before two similar attacks killed three French paratroopers of Arab origin. Another soldier of Caribbean origin is in a coma. Mohammed Merah is suspected of the murders. He died in a shootout with French police, he injured two police officers in the gun battle.
[Somalia] - April 4, 2012 - A bomb at the national theater in Mogadishu killed 10.
[Nigeria] - Arpil 8, 2012 - A bomb attack near the All Nations Christian Assembly church during Easter Sunday mass killed 30, most of the victims were commercial motorcycle operators.
[Nigeria] - June 3, 2012 - A suicide bomber drove a car into the Living Faith church, in Bauchi, as worshipers were leaving Sunday mass killed 8 and wounded 30. The blast damaged the Harvest Field Church. [Nigeria] - June 10, 2012 - A suicide bomber and an attack with gunfire wounded 41 in Maiduguri/Jos. A mob attacked bystanders in retalliation and killed 2.
[Bulgaria] - July 18, 2012 - A bomb attack on a tourist bus killed 6 Israeli tourists and wounded 24. The victims included Itzik Kolangi who was killed and Gilat Kolangi who was wounded.
[Somalia] - August 1, 2012 - Comedian Abdi Jeylani Malaq Marshale, who poked fun at Al-Qaeda, was shot dead in Mogadushu.
[Lybia & Egypt] - September 11, 2012 - Rioters stormed the U.S. Consulate, killing 4 Americans, including Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens & Sean Smith, a Foreign Service information management office, Tyrone S. Woods, and Glen A. Doherty. The militants burned a number of buildings in the compound. Rioters stormed the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, replaced the U.S. Flag with an Islamic flag. The rioting spread the following places were attacked:
U.S. embassy German Embassy Kentucky Fried Chicken
Yemen Sudan Lebanon
Tunisia    
U.K.    
September 23, 2012 - [Nigeria] - A suicide bomber attacked a St. John's Catholic Church in Bauchi during the 9 AM Sunday service.
September 30, 2012 - October 11, 2012 - Qassem Aqlan, who headed an embassy security investigation team, was murdered in a drive-by shooting.
January 16, 2013 - [Algeria] - Terrorists captured a gas field and took over 650 hostages, at least 23 hostages, including Frederick Buttaccio, Victor Lynn Lovelady, and Gordon Lee Rowan were killed. All 32 terrorists were killed in the incident.
February 1, 2013 - [Turkey] - A bomb blast at the U.S. Embassy in Istanbul killed a security guard and wonded several people.
February 16, 2013 - [Pakistan] - A bomb blast in Quetta killed 25 and wounded 70.
March 9, 2013 - [Nigeria] - Ansaru murdered 7 hostages they had taken on February 7.
April 15, 2013 - [US] - Two bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon killed Martin Richard, Krystle Campbell,and and Lu Lingzi,and wounded at least 170. Captain Adam K. Davis was one of the wounded. Other bombs failed to explode. There was also an explosion at the John F. Kennedy Library that caused damage. The terrorists carjacked an SUV. They killed a MIT Police Officer Sean Collier and severely wounded another officer. Terrorist, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed in a gun battle with police. The other terrorist, Dzhokar Tsarnaev was captured.
May 22, 2013 - [UK] - Terrorist hacked Drummer Lee Rigby to death in London.
May 25, 2013 - [France] - An attacker stabbed a French soldier on patrol in Paris.
*June 8, 2013 - [US] - John Zawahri killed his father and brother, then killed 5 others in Santa Monica College.
July 6, 2013 - [Nigeria] - In Potiskum an attack on a boarding school where a school dormitory was set on fire killed 30.
August 2013 - [Egypt] - 4 Christians were killed.* September 21, 2013 - [Kenya] - A grenade and small arms attack on a mall killed 67 people and wounded 175.
September 22, 2013 - [Pakistan] - A suicide bomb attack killed 85 and wounded 140 at the All Saints Church in Peshawar during a Sunday service.
September 29, 2013 - [Nigeria] - Terrorists attacked a college dormitory. They shot students in their sleep, 50 students were murdered. They also tourched classrooms.
December 29, 2013 - [Russia] - A suicide bomb attack killed 14 and wounded 50 in Volgograd.
December 30, 2013 - [Russia] - A suicide bomb attack killed 17 and wounded 54 in Volgograd.
February 16, 2014 - [Egypt] - A bombing of a tourist bus killed the Egyptian driver and three Koreans.
April 27 - June 25 - 2014 [U.S.] - In Washington State Leroy Henderson was killed on April 27, 2014, Ahmed Said & Dwone Anderson-Young were murdered on June 1, 2014. On June 25, 2014 Brendan Tevlin was killed in West Orange, New Jersey. Ali Muhammad Brown has been charged with the 4 shooting deaths.
May 4, 2014 - [Nigeria] - Terrorists kidnapped over 200 school girls and threatens to sell them into slavery.
June 2014 - [Nigeria] - Attacks on three villages killed an unknown number of people.
June 4, 2014 - [Nigeria] - In Bargari 45 people were shot dead in front of a mosque.
June 15, 2014 - [Kenya] - In Mpeketoni 50 people were murdered.
June 29, 2014 - [Nigeria] - Terrorists shot worshipers and tourched a churches. The churches include the Church of Christ in Nigeria, Deeper Life Bible Church, and Ekklesiyar Yan'uwa.
[USA] - September 26, 2014 - Moore, Oklahoma - Alton Nolen is accused of murdering Colleen Hufford with a knife and stabbing Traci Johnson before Mark Vaughan, a reserve sheriff's deputy, shot and wounded him.
[Yemen] - September 27, 2014 - Terrorists fired a rocket at the U.S. Embassy in Sanaa. The rocket landed 200 meters from the compound and wounded two Yemeni special police officers.
October 21, 2014 - [Canada] - A terrorist ran down two Canadian soldiers, one soldier, Warrant Officer Partice Vincent was killed.
October 22, 2014 - [Canada] - Michael Zehaf-Bibeau killed Corporal Nathan Cirillo at the Canadian War Memorial in Ottawa. Then entered the Canadian Parliament Building. Parliament Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers shot Michael Zehaf-Bibeau dead.
October 24, 2014 [U.S.A.] - Zale Thompson attacked a group of police officers with a hatchet. He wounded Officers Kenneth Healy and Joseph Meeker before police shot him dead.
[Australia] - December 14, 2014 - Man Haron Monis held 17 hostages in a Sydney cafe. He killed Katrina Dawson and Tori Johnson before police killed him.
[France] - January 7, 2015 - Cherif & Said Kouachi attacked the headquarters of the magazine Charlie Hebdo with automatic weapons and murdered 12 people and wounded 11 others. The victims included:
Bernard Maris Stephane Charbonnier Bernard 'Tignous' Verlhac Jean Cabut Georges Wolinski Philippe Honore Michel Renaud
Frederic Boisseau Elsa Cayat Officer Ahmed Merabet Lt. Franck Brisolaro
[France] - January 8, 2015 - Amedy Coulibaly and an accomplice killed officer Clarissa Jean-Philippe and wounded another officer and a street cleaner.
[France] - January 9, 2015 - Amedy Coulibaly killed 4 people and wounded 4 others in a Kosher deli before police killed him.
[Niger] - January 17-18, 2015 - Anti-Charliee Hebdo rioters killed 10 people, burned churches, & looted shops.
[Denmark] - February 14, 2015 - A terrorist shot and killed Finn Noergaard in a cafe in Copenhagen. Two police officers were wounded.
[Denmark] - February 15, 2015 - A terrorist shot and killed security guard Jair Melchoir and wounded 2 police officers at Copenhagen's main synagogue. Police killed the terrorist in the Norrebro district in a gunfight.
[Nigeria] - February 15, 2015 - A suicide bomber in Damaturu killed 10 people and wounded 30 at a bus stop.
[Lybia] - February 15, 2015 - Terrorists murdered 21 Christian Egyptian workers.
[Nigeria] - February 22, 2015 - A suicide bomber killed 5 and wounded dozens in Potidkum.
[Tunisia] - March 18, 2015 - Terrorists killed 21 people in a museum in Tunis.
[Yemen] - March 20, 2015 - Suicide bomb attacks in five mosques in Sanaa killed 137 and wounded 345.
[Kenya] - April 2, 2015 - Terrorists assaulted Garissa University and killed 147.
[Mediterranean Sea] - April 2015 - Muslim refugees threw 12 Christian refugees overboard.
[US] - May 3, 2015 - Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi wounded a security guard at a Muslim Prophet Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland, Texas. A police officer killed them both.
[Tunisia] - June 26, 2015 - A terrorist murdered 37 tourists in Port el Kantaoui.
[France] - June 26, 2015 - The owner of a delivery company was murdered and an explosion was set off at a gas factory in south-eastern France.
[Kuwait] - June 26, 2015 - A bombing at a mosque in Kuwait City killed 27.
[Egypt] - A car bombing of the Italian Consulate killed 1 and wounded 4.
[U.S.] - July 16, 2015 - Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez attacked a military recruiting center and a Navy Operations Support Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He killed 4 U.S. Marines at the Operations Support Center; Gunnery Sergeant Thomas J. Sullivan, Staff Sergeant David Wyatt, Sergeant Carson Holmquist, Petty Officer 2nd Class Randall Smith, and Lance Corporal Squire Wells.
[Turkey] - July 20, 2015 - A suicide bombing attack in Suruc killed 31.
[France] - August 21, 2015 - A terrorist on the Paris-Amsterdam High Speed Train attacked the passengers with an automatic weapon and a knife. He wounded 3 passengers, including A1C Spencer Stone who subdued the terrorist along with Spc. Alek Skarlatos and Anthony Sadler a Sacramento State University senior..
[Turkey] - October 10, 2015 - A bombing at a peace rally killed 95 and wounded 250.
[Nigeria] - A bombing of mosques in Yolo killed 42 and wounded 100.
[Egypt] - October 31, 2015 - Terrorists destroyed an A-321 jetliner, Flight 9268, killing all on-board. The A-321 belonged to Metrojet a Russian airline.
[Lebanon] - November 12, 2015 - A twin bombing killed 43 in Beirut.
[France] - November 13, 2015 - Terrorist killed 126 and wounded 352 in a blended attack on Paris. Targets included a soccer stadium, a concert hall, and a restaurant.
[Nigeria] - November 18, 2015 - A bombing at a truck stop killed 32 and wounded 80.
[Mali] - November 20, 2015 - An attack on the hotel Raddison Blu in Bamako killed 27.
[U.S.] - December 2, 2015 - Syed Rzwan Faarook and Tashfeen Malik attacked the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California. They killed 14 and wounded 21.Those killed were:
Shannon Johnson Bennetta Bet-Badal Aurora Godoy Isaac Amanios Larry (Daniel) Kaufman Harry Bowman Yvette Velasco
Sierra Clayborn Robert Adams Nicholas Thalasinos Tin Nguyen Damian Meins Michael Wetzel Juan Espinoza
[UK] December 6, 2015 - A terrorist wounded someone with a knife. The police tasered and arrested the suspect.
[Chad] December 6, 2015 - Three suicide bombers killed 27 and wounded 90.
[U.S.] January 8, 2016 - Edward Archer was arrested for shooting Officer Jesse Hartnett 13 times.
[France] January 11, 2016 - A Turkish Kurd slashed Brice Robin with a machete in Marseille.
[Turkey] January 12, 2016 - A suicide bomber killed 10, 9 Germans and 1 Peruvian, in Sultananhmet square in Istanbul.
[Indonesia] January 14, 2016 - A series of explosions and gunfire killed two people near the Sarinah shopping mall in Jakarta. Five terrorists died in the incident.
[Burkina Faso] January 15, 2016 - An attack in Ouagadougou at the Cappuccino restaurant and Splendid Hotel killed 28 people and wounded 56. The attackers took 176 hostages before government forces counter-attacked and killed 4 terrorists. The dead included Jean-Noel Rey who was a former member of the Swiss Parliament.
[Somalia] February 2, 2016 - A suicide bomber set off a bomb in a Daallo Airlines flight. Two passengers were seriously injured on the A321.
[U.S.] February 19, 2016 - Mohammad Barry wounded 4 people with a machete in an Israeli Christian restaurant in Ohio. Police later killed him when he attacked them.
[Turkey] March 19, 2016 - A suicide bomber killed 5 people and wounded 36 others in Istanbul.
[Belgium] March 22, 2016 - Suicide bombers attacked a metro station and an airport in Brussels. The attack killed 32 and wounded 340.
Those killed includes:
Belgian - Leopold Hecht Belgian - Olivier Delespesse Belgian - Bart Migom
Peruvian - Adelma Tapia Ruiz Chinese - Deng British - David Dixon American - Gail Minglana Martinez
Dutch - Sascha Pinczowski Dutch - Alexander Pinczowski American - Justin Shults American - Spephanie Shults
[Belgium] March 24, 2016 - A security guard at a nuclear plant was murdered and the security badge was stolen.
[Pakistan] March 27, 2016 - A suicide bombing attack in a public park in Lahore on Easter Sunday killed 70 people.
[UK] March 27, 2016 -
Asad Shah was stabbed to death after posting an Easter message to Christians.
[Germany] May 10, 2016 -
A terrorist stabbed a man to death at a train station in Grafing.
[Bangladesh] May 14, 2016 - Mongsowe U Chak, a 75 year old Buddhist monk, was hacked to death in Dhaka.
[Mediterranean Sea] May 19, 2016 - An EgyptAir Airbus 320 Flight MS804 crashed into the Mediterrenean Sea it was flying from Paris to Cairo. All 66 on board died in the crash.*
[U.S.] June 12, 2016 - Omar Mir Sqddique Mateen attacked The Pulse Orlando nightclub in Orlando, Florida and killed 49 and wounded 53. Those murdered are:
Stanley Almodovar III Amanda Alvear Oscar A Aracena-Montero Rodolfo Ayala-Ayala Antonio Davon Brown
Darryl Roman Burt II Angel L. Candelario-Padro Juan Chevez-Martinez Luis Daniel Conde Cory James Connell
Tevin Eugene Crosby Deonka Deidra Drayton Simon Adrian Carrillo Fernandez Leroy Valentin Fernandez Mercedez Marisol Flores
Peter O. Gonzalez-Cruz Juan Ramon Guerrero Paul Terrell Henry Frank Hernandez Miguel Angel Honorato
Javier Jorge-Reyes Jason Benjamin Josaphat Eddie Jamoldroy Justice Anthony Luis Laureanodisla Christopher Andrew Leinonen
Alejandro Barrios Martinez Brenda Lee Marquez McCool Gilberto Ramon Silva Menendez Kimberly Morris Akyra Monet Murray
Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo Geraldo A. Ortiz-Jimenez Eric Ivan Ortiz-Rivera Joel Rayon Paniagua Jean Carlos Mendez Perez
Enrique L. Rios, Jr. Jean C. Nives Rodriguez Xavier Emmanuel Serrano Rosado Christopher Joseph Sanfeliz Yilmary Rodriguez Solivan
Edward Sotomayor Jr. Shane Evan Tomlinson Martin Benitez Torres Jonathan Antonio Camuy Vega Juan P. Rivera Velazquez
Luis S. Vielma Franky Jimmy Dejesus Velazquez Luis Daniel Wilson-Leon Jerald Arthur Wright
[France] June 13, 2016 - A terrorist knifed Police Commander Jean-Baptiste Salvaing and an administrator for the police.
[Turkey] June 28, 2016 - A terrorist small arms and suicide bombing attack killed 42 and wounded 238 at the Anaturk airbort in Istanbul.
[Bangladesh] July 1, 2016 - Terrorists attacked a restaurant in Dacca and killed 20 civilians and 2 police officers.
[Saudi Arabia] July 4, 2016 - A suicide bombing attack in Medina killed 6 people, at least 4 of those killed were Saudi security forces. There were 2 other attacks in Saudi Arabia that didn't kill anyone except the attackers.
[France] July 14, 2016 - Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel killed 84 people and wounded 202 in an attack with a box truck and gunfire. The dead included Sean & Brodie Copeland from Texas, and Viktoria Savchenko from Russia.
[Germany] July 19, 2016 - An ax wielding terrorist wounded 4 tourists from Hong Kong on a train in Wurzburg.
[Germany] July 22, 2016 - Terrorists killed 9 in the Munich Olympia Mall.
[Germany] July 25, 2016 - A suicide bomber wounded 12 at a wine bar in Ansbach.
[France] July 26, 2016 - Terrorists entered the Saint Etienne church in Rouen during a mass and murdered Father Jacques Hamel with a knife.
*[UK] August 4 2016 - A knife attacked killed Darlene Horton and wounded 5 other people.
[Pakistan] August 8, 2016 - A suicide bombing attack killed 67 and wounded 92 at a hospital in Quetta.
[Turkey] - August 10, 2016 - A bombing and rocket attack killed 12 and wounded dozens.
[U.S.A.] - August 20, 2016 - A knife attack in Roanoke, VA wounded 2.
[Turkey] - August 21, 2016 - A suicide bombing in Gaziantep killed 54.
[U.S.A] - September 17, 2016 - An explosion in a dumpster in Manhattan wounded 29. Two police officers were shot and wounded while apprehending a suspect.
[U.S.A.] - September 17, 2016 - An attacker stabbed 8 people.
[U.S.A.] - September 24, 2016 - A shooting in a the Cascade Mall in Seattle killed 5.
[U.S.A.] - November 28, 2016 - Abdul Razak Al-Artan wounded 11 people in a vehicle and knife attack at Ohio State University before police shot him dead. [Turkey] - December 11, 2016 - Bombings at a soccer stadium in Istanbul killed 38, including 30 police officers.
[Egypt] - December 11, 2016 - A bombig at a Coptic cathedral in Cairo killed 25 and wounded 49.
[Turkey] - December 19, 2016 - An assassin murdered the Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrey G. Karlov, and wonded 3 others.
[Russia] - December 19, 2016 - Russian diplomat Petr Polshikov was murdered in his home in Moscow.*
[Germany] - December 19, 2016 - Anis Amri carried out a truck attack in Breitscheidplatz, Berlin. He killed 12 and wounded 56. He wounded Milan police officer, Cristian Movio on December 23. Police officer Luca Scata shot Amri dead.
[Turkey] - January 1, 2017 - A shooting at a nightclub in Istanbul killed 39 and wounded 69.
[U.S.A.] - January 7, 2016 - An attack in the Fort Lauderdale Airport killed 5 nd wounded 8.
[Canada] - January 29, 2017 - An attack on a mosque in Quebec City killed 6 and wounded 18.
[France] - February 3, 2017 - An attacker wounded a soldier outside the Louvre before soldiers shot and wounded him.
[U.K.] - March 22, 2017 - A attacker in a 4x4 vehicle ran over 20 people, killing 4 and injuring 19.
[Russia] - April 3, 2017 - A bombing on a train at a station in St. Petersburg killed 14 and wounded 45.
[Sweden] - April 7, 2017 - A truck attack in Stockholm killed 3.
[Egypt] - April 9, 2017 - Suicide bombers killed 43 Christians and wounded 100 during a Palm Sunday Mass in Cairo.
[U.S.A.] - April 18, 2017 - A shooting attack killed 3 in Fresno, CA.
[France] - April 20, 2017 - A shooter on the Champs Elysees killed one police officer and wounded 2 others.
[U.K.] - May 23, 2017 - Salman Abedi carried out a suicide bombing that killed 22 and wounded 59 at a Manchester concert hall.
[U.K.] - June 3, 2017 - A van attack on London Bridge killed 7 and wounded 48.
[U.S.A.] - June 21, 2017 - A knife attack at an airport in Flint, Michigan wounded Police Lieutenant Jeff Neville. Canadian, Amor Ftouhi, has been arrested.
[Germany] - June 28, 2017 - A knife attack killed one and wounded 4 in Hamburg.
[Spain] - August 17, 2017 - An attack with a van killed 13 and injured 80 in Barcelona. A second terrorist attack killed another person.
[Finland] - August 18, 2017 - A knife attack in Turku killed one and injured 6.br> [Germany] - August 18, 2017 - A terrorist killed one person and wounded another in a stabbing attack in Wuppertal-Elberfield.
[UK] - September 15, 2017 - A bomb in a London tube wounded 29.
[Canada] - October 1, 2017 - A truck and knife attack in Edmonton wounded 5.
[France] - October 1, 2017 - A knife attacker in Marseille killed 2.
[U.S.A.] - October 31, 2017 - A truck and gun attack killed 8 and wounded 15 in Manhattan. Those killed include: Nicholas Cleves, Darren Drake - American
Ann-Laure Decadt - Belgian
Ariel Erlij, Hernan Diego Mendoza, Diego Enrique Angelini, Alejandro Damian Pagnucco, Hernan Ferruchi - Argentinian
[Egypt] - November 24, 2017 - A bombing and machine gun attack on a mosque in Ismailia killed 305.
[Pakistan] - December 17, 2017 - A bombing attack on a church in Quetta killed 9.
*[USA] December 23, 2017 - A police officer was wounded in aa string of shootings at police officers. The suspect, Ahmed Aminamin El-Mofty was killed by police.
[France] - March 23, 2018 - Mireille Knoll, 85, was stabbed to death in her apartment in Trebes.
[Canada] - April 23, 2018 - A vehicle attack in Toronto killed 9 and wounded 16.
[France] - June 17, 2018 - A knife attack left two people injured, one seriously in La Seyne-sur-Mer.
[UK] - A car attack in London injured several people.
[France] - May 12, 2018 - A knife attack in Paris killed one person and wounded 8 others.
[Canada] - July 23, 2018 - A shooting attack in Toronto killed 2 and wounded 13.
[France] - December 11, 2018 - Cherif Chekatt carried out a shooting at a Christmas market in Strasbourg killed 5 and wounded 10. Police killed him in a shootout on December 13, 2018.
[Egypt] - December 28, 2018 - An attack on a tourist bus, carrying Vietnamese tourists, near the pyramids of Giza killed 4 and wounded 11.
[UK] - January 1, 2019 - A stabbing attack wounded 3 people in Manchester.
[Kenya] - January 15, 2019 - A terrorist attack in Naibrobi killed 14 including Jason Spindler.
[The Netherlands] - March 18, 2019 - A shooting on a tram in Utrecht killed 3 people and wounded 9.
[Sri Lanka] - April 21, 2019 - A series of bombings at churches and hotels on Easter Sunday killed 290 and wounded 500 in Colombo.
[Burkina Faso] - May 12, 2019 - A shooting in a Catholic Church during Sunday Mass killed 6, including the priest.
[France] Septamber 1, 2019 - A knife attack in Lyon killed one and wounded 9.
[France] October 3, 2019 - An insider attack in a Paris police station killed three police officers and a civilian employee.
[UK] November 29, 2019 - Usman Khan murdered Jack Merritt and a woman with a knife before he was stopped by citizens and killed by police.
[USA] December 6, 2019 - 2nd Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani killed 3 people and wounding 7 others at NAS Pensacola. One of those killed was Ensign Joshua Kaleb Watson
[Nigeria] December 25, 2019 - ISIS beheaded 11 Christians they were holding captive.
[France] January 3, 2020 - Nathan C. carried out a knife attack and killed one man and wounded two others in Paris.
[UK] February 3, 2020 - Sudesh Amman stabbed two people in Streatham before police killed him.
[USA] May 21, 2020 - Adam Aalim Alsahli shot and wounded a sailor at the NAS Corpus Christi before being shot dead by a member of the station security. [USA] June 3, 2020 - A suspect, Dzenan Camovic, stabbed a police officer.
[UK] June 21, 2020 - A stabbing attack killed 3 and seriously wounded 3 others in Reading.
[France] October 16, 2020 - Aboulakh A beheaded Samuel Paty, a social studies teacher in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine.
[France] October 29, 2020 - A knife attack in Nice killed 3. The attack was in the Basilica of Notre-Dame.
[France] October 31, 2020 - A terrorist shot a Greek Orthodox priest outside a church in Lyon.
[Austria] November 2, 2020 -
A shooting attack killed 4 and wounded 15
[Nigeria] November 28, 2020 - An attack by Boko Haram Killed at least 110 people, mostly farmers.
*[US] On January 5, 2002, Charle J. Bishop crashed a Cessna-172R (N2371N) into the 28th floor of the Bank of America Plaza in Tampa, Florida.
[Indonesia] Fall 2002, Terrorists robbed a jewelry story and stole about $45,000.
[Saudi Arabia] On November 21, 2002 a gunman tourched a McDonald's near Riyadh.
[Afghanistan] On November 27, 2002 terrorists rocketed a hotel in Kabul, caused damage to a kitchen. The apparent target was the Finance Ministry.
[New Zealand] A group calling itself SEPTEMBER 11 mailed letters to the US Embassy, British and Australian High Commissions. The letters threatened the AMERICA'S CUP races. One of the letters contained enough cyanide to kill 15 people if injested (100 if it were converted to a gas).
[Saudi Arabia] A house in Saudi Arabia exploded and killed one occupant. Police found a weapons cache in the house.
[Turkey] In Adana a man threw two grenades at the US Consulate, no injuries.
[Pakistan] A boming on the Fatima Jinnah Road next to the Bible Society wounded 14.
*[US] On February 3, 2004 Ricin was found by an automatic letter opener at the Senate Majority Leader's office in Washington, DC.
[Turkey] Three bombs exploded in front of three separate branches of the HSBC bank. Two explosions were in Istanbul and one was in Ankara. There was only minor damage.
[Saudi Arabia] August 30, 2004 - Someone fired upon a U.S. Diplomatic car in Jeddah. The shooting caused damage to the rear window.
[Greece] December 15, 2004 - A bus in Athens was hijacked and 26 hostages were taken.
[U.S.] May 5, 2005 - A grenade attack on the British Consulate in New York caused minor damage.
[Georgia] May 10, 2005 - A grenade attack in Freedom Square where President George W. Bush was giving a speech. The grenade malfunctioned.
[England] July 21, 2005 - Bombs went off on three London trains and a bus, one person had an athsma attack.
[U.S.] March 3, 2006 - Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar was chaged with trying to run down people with an SUV at the University of North Carolina campus.
[West Bank] September 16-17 2006 - Assailants firebombed or fired shots at five churches, including an Anglican and a Greek Orthodox church, in Nablus apparently in retaliation for remarks made by Pope Benedict XVI.
[Southern Europe] October 2, 2006 - Hijackers hijacked a Turkish Airlines Boeing 737-400 to Italy to protest Pope Benedict XVI's remarks.
[UK] June 30, 2007 - Three terrorists rammed a buring Jeep Cherokee into an airport entrance in Glasgow. One terrorist died in the Jeep Cherokee, another was sverely burned, a third was captured. The fiery crash injured a bystander.
*[US] March 6, 2008 a bomb exploded outside a military recruiting office in Times Square New York City.
[UK] A book publishers office was firebombed. The publisher published the book Prophet Mohammed by Sherry Jones. ORandom House canceled the book's publication in the US for fear of violence.
[US] October 17 - November 1, 2010 - Shots were fired into the Marine Corps Museum, the Pentagon, a Marine Corps recruiting sub-station, and a Coast Guard recruiting office. Yonathan Melaku has been charged in the Marine Corps Museum shooting.
*[US] May 2011 - At least 37 letters with powdery substances inside are mailed to schools in Washington, DC.
[Bahrain] December 2011 - An explosion outside the U.K. Embassy.
[Egypt] September 2012 - Death threats and shootings caused many Coptic Christians to flee their homes in the Sinai.
[Bangladesh] September 30, 2012 - Muslim mobs burned 4 Buddhist temples and 15 Buddhist homes.
[Pakistan] March 9, 2013 - Mobs burned 170 Christian homes.
*[US] March 31, 2013 - Police claim Reshad Riddle walked into the Hiawatha Church of God in Ohio and shot his father, Richard Riddle, dead after Easter Services.
*[USA] - April 16, 2013 - An envelope sent to the Senate office of Senator Roger Wicker tested positive for Ricin.
*[USA] - April 17, 2013 - An envelope sent to the White House tested positive for Ricin.
[Canada] - April 22, 2013 - The Royal Canadian Mounted Police foiled a plot to derail a train in Toronto.
[Pakistan] June 16, 2013 - Terrorsts shot and killed school teacher Muhammad Shiraz and health department official Aziz Muhammmad who were on an anti-polio vaccination drive in Kandar village.
[Egypt] - August 14-19, 2013 - Muslim Brotherhood supporters destroyed 21 Christian churches, including the Virgin Mary Church in Minya, a 4th century church that was the oldest in Egypt. An additional 26 churches were also attacked. A mob marched a group of nuns through the streets of Cairo.
*[U.S.A.] - September 17, 2016 - Pipe bombs in a trash can in New Jersey caused damage.
[Sweden] - December 10, 2017 - There was a firebombing at a synagogue in Gothenburg.
*[U.S.A.] - March 23, 2018 - Hafiz Kazi blew his vehicle and himself up outside Travis AFB, CA.

Reserve AF Major General David F. Wherley Jr. ordered two F-16s to defend the skies over Washington, DC on the morning of September 11, 2001.4
Steve A. De Chiaro received the Defense Medal of Valor for his actions after the attack on the Pentagon.
Eric M. Jones received the Defense Medal of Valor for his actions after the attack on the Pentagon.
Maj Cynthia B. Colin, DoD PA Officer, was a volunteer rescuer at the Pentagon.
MSgt Noel Sepulveda, USAF, received the Purple Heart for his injuries and the Airman's Medal for his actions during the September 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon.
Detective Dan McNally received the New York Police Department Medal of Valor for his actions on September 11, 2002.
Passengers Thierry Dugeon, Kwame James, and Philippe Aeas and flight attendants Hermis Moutardier and Christina Jones subdued a passenger aboard an American Airlines B-767 (AA63) en-route from Paris to Miami. Hermis Moutardier received a hand bite during the incident.
According to FBI Director Robert Mueller about 100 terrorist plots have been foiled since September 11, 2002.
According to Khalid Sheikh Muhammad followup attacks were planned to target the Library Tower in Los Angeles, the Sears Tower in Chicago, the Plaza Bank in Seattle and the Empire State Building in New York City.
200 Metropolitan Police Officers and Staff received the Commissioner's Commendations for their actions during Britains 7/7 attacks.
[Belgium] On September 13, 2001 Belgians foiled a plot to bomb Kleine Brogel Army base.
[Sweden] Security arrested Kerim Sadok Chatty when he allegedly tried to board a Ryanair flight to Britain with a handgun in his possession.
[Germany] Police, acting on US intelligence, arrest two people, one worked on a US military base. They had 287 pounds of explosives and five pipe bombs.
[US] Passengers reported four men behaving suspiciously on an Northwest Airlines filght. The police charged three with interfering with a flight.
[US] FBI Agents foiled a plot to blow up appartment buildings. (May 2002)
[US] FBI Agents arrested five men in Buffalo. {September 14, 2002}
[US] Foiled a plot to crash a jetliner into the Liberty Tower (now called U.S. Bank Tower) in Los Angeles. (2002)
[Bahrain] FBI Agents arrested Mukhtar al-Bakri
[US] Authorities detained Meekki Haamed Mekki in Greensboro, NC.
[Sudan] A man tried to hijack Saudi Arabian Air Lines Flight 450. Security forces subdued the hijacker.
[Indonesia] Police found and disarmed a bomb at the Indonesian Christian University in Jakarta.
[Phillipines] Police foiled a plot against the US Embassy, shopping malls, & the Manila Stock Exchange. {11/14/2002}
[Italy] Police foiled a plot against the US Embassy in Rome. (February 2002)
[Australia] Police foiled a plot to blow up the Israeli Embassy in Canberra. (October 2002)
[Yemen] Police foiled a plot to blow up a hotel frequented by Americans. (November 2002)
[United Kingdom] Police foiled a plot to attack the London Underground with poison gas. (November 2002)
[Czech Republic] Police found a bomb on a railroad track. (November 19, 2002)
[Persian Gulf] Foiled a plt to attack ships in the Persian Gulf and the Straits of Hormuz.
[Afghanistan] On November 20, 2002 Afghans foiled a plot to destroy a power plant near Kabul with 45 kilos of explosives.
[Indonesia] November 2002, Police foiled a plot to rob a bank in Serang.
[Kenya] November 28, 2002 terrorists fired two SA-7s at an Arkia Boeing 757-300, an Israeli charter airline. Both missiles missed.
[Pakistan] Pakistani police foiled a plot to ram a Volkswagon into a car carrying U.S. diplomats. They arrested three involved in the plot on December 13 & 14, 2002.
[France] French authorities foiled a plot to carry out a chemical attack, December 17, 2002.
[Italy] Italy foiled plots to bomb a cathedral in Padua and to bomb churches and foreign embassys in London, January 24, 2003
[Somewhere Overseas] The FBI broke up to Iraqi sleeper cells who were planing to attack American interests, March 2003.
[Jordan] Foiled an Iraqi bomb plot against a Grand Hyatt hotel.
[Pakistan] Foiled an attack and arrested six suspects.
[Lebanon] Foiled an attack against the US Embassy and personnel and arrested nine suspects.
[Saudi Arabia] Foiled a plot to hijack a Saudi Arabian airliner out of Jeddah. Three suspects arrested.
[France] Foiled a plot to attack a tourist resort on the French Island of La Reunion.
[Saudi Arabia] Foiled a plot to shoot down a British Airways Jetliner.
[Saudi Arabia] Foiled a plot on June 15, 2003. The terrorists killed two security agents in the raid. Security agents killed five terrorsts and made five arrests.
[Kenya] Foiled a plot in June 2003 to attack the US Embassy in Nairobi with truck and light plane suicide bombings.
[Saudi Arabia] Foiled a plot in July 2003, and made 16 arrests. The plot was against 'vital installations'.
[Thailand] Foiled a plot in August 2003. The plot involved a plan to attack El Al planes at Bangkok IAP.
[Saudi Arabia] Foiled a plot against Mecca on November 3, 2003, during Ramadan. Saudi Authorities killed two terrorists.
[Saudi Arabia] Two suicide bombers blew themselves up on November 6, 2003.
[Saudi Arabia] Saudi authorities killed two truck bombers and so foiled their plot in Riyadh, November 25, 2003.
[UK] Authorities foiled a plot to crash planes into Heathrow.
[Pakistan] A Pakistani Paramilitary Ranger spotted a suspicious van outside the US Consulate in Karachi. The van contained 200 gallons of liquid explosive. Bomb experts defused the weapon 4.5 minutes before its scheduled detonation. One of the bomb experts received a minor injury. The terrorists used a vehicle, Registration number CA-854, they stole from Muneeb Tariq who was wounded in the process.
[United Kingdom] British authorities foiled a plot to use osmium tetroxide in terrorist attacks. The targets were possibly Gatwick airport, public transit, and enclosed shopping areas. (March 30, 2004)
[Philippines] Filippine authorities foiled a plot against malls and trains. (February 27, 2004)
[Spain] Spanish police found 12Kgs (26 pounds) of dynamite under a high-speed rail track 40 miles south a Madrid. (April 2, 2004)
[Hungary] Hungarian police foiled a plot to kill Israeli president Moshe Katsav and blow up the Budapest Holocaust Museum. (April 13, 2004)
[UK] NSA and GCAQ foiled a plot to set off suicide bombers in Old Trafford Staduim during the Manchester United - Liverpool Soccer Match. (April 19, 2004)
[Jordan] Foiled a plot to use chemical weapons in Jordan to kill 80,000 people in Aman.
[Turkey] Turkish authorities foiled a plot against the NATO summit in Istanbul. The summit is scheduled for June 2004.
[Pakistan] Pakistan foiled a plot to hijack an aircraft. (May 5, 2004)
[U.S.] Authorities foiled a plot to destroy a mall in Columbus, OH. (November 28, 2003)
[U.S.] Authorities foiled a plot to destroy the Brooklyn Bridge.
[Turkey] Authorities found a vehicle full of explosives outsite Istanbul IAP.
[Guantanamo Bay, Cuba] Information learned from prisoner's foiled plans to launch a terrorist attack during the Athens Olympic games.
[UK] Authorities foiled a plot against Heathrow IAP.
[U.S.] Authorities foiled a plot against the Pakistani Ambassador.
[Mauritania] August 2004 - Authorities foiled a plot to overthrow the government.
[Pakistan] August 2004 - Pakistani authorities foiled a plot against the U.S. Embassy, the Presidency, the Prime Minister House, GHQ, Chief of the Army Staff House, Convention Centre, & Lal Haveli.
[Turkey] U.S. Authorities foiled a plot against a U.S. Air Base.
[Lebanon] Lebanese authorities foiled a plot to bomb the Italian and Ukranian Embassys in Beruit and to assassinate Western diplomats.
[Spain] October 2004 - Spanish authorities foiled a plot against the High Court in Madrid.
[U.K.] British authorities foiled a plot to crash planes into Heathrow Airport and the skyscrapers in Canary Wharf.
[Israel] November 1, 2003 - Israeli authorities foiled a plot to kill Israeli officals and attack "Jewish" targets in North America.
[Germany] December 4, 2004 - German authorities foiled a plot against Prime Minister Iyad Allawi.
[UK] Authorities foiled plot to bomb urban targets.
[Djibouti] Authorities foiled a plot to attack the USMC base.
[U.S.] 2003 - U.S. & Saudi Arabian authorities foiled a plot against President George W. Bush.
[Philippines] - Philippine authorities foiled a plot against an airport in Davao, a Roman Catholic church, and U.S. troops.
[Belgium] - Belgian authorities foiled a plot against a NATO base.
[France] - French authorities foiled a plot against the U.S. Embassy in Paris.
[Philippines] - Philippine authoritied foiled an Easter Week plot in Manila. (March 2005)
[U.S.] - British Authorities foiled a plot against the NY Stock Exchange & CitiCorp Building in NY, the IMF and World Bank in D.C. & the Prudential Building in Newark.
[UK] Authorities foiled a plot to spread ricin and other poisons in the UK streets.
[U.S.] - U.S. Authorities foiled a plot against numerous sites in the Los Angeles area, including military installations, the Israeli Consulate, Synagogues on Yom Kippur, and El Al Airlines. (2005)
[Australia] - Australian authorities foiled a terrorist plot against Australia. One target was reportedly a nuclear reactor in Sydney. (November 7, 2005)
[UK] - Authorities foiled a plot against the Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent.
[U.S.] - Authorities foiled a plot against a train station in midtown Manhatten.
[U.S.] - Authorities foiled a plot against the U.S. Capitol building and [Indonesia] - Authorities foiled a plot against neighboring countries.
[Canada] - June 3, 2006 - Authorities foiled a plot to carry out bombing attacks in Canada including an attack on the Parlament of Canada in Ottowa. The plans also included a plot to behead the Prime Minister.
[U.S.] - Authorities foiled a plot against the Herald Square Subway Station in New York.
[U.S.] - The FBI foiled a plot against the Sears Tower and a number of FBI offices.
[U.S.] - The FBI foiled a plot against the PATH tubes in New York. The plan was to destroy the slurry wall and flood Lower Manhattan.
[UK] - British authorities foiled a plot to blow up 6-10 airliners enroute from the UK to the US. Arlines named in the plot were United Air Lines, American Airlines, and Continental Airlines. The target planes were destined for NY, LA, & DC. The planned attack date was 8/16/2006.
[U.S.] - U.S. authorities foiled a plot against the Mackinac Bridge.
[Germany] - German authorities foiled a plot against two regional trains scheduled for July 31, 2006.
[India] - Indian authorities foiled a plot against their rail system.
[Denmark] - Danish authorities foiled a plot.
[Norway] - Italian authorities foiled a plot against an Oslo Synogague.
[U.S.] - The FBI foiled a plot to carry out a grenade attack against an Illinois shopping mall on the Friday before Christmas.
[U.K.] - British authorities foiled a plot to kidnap and behead a British Muslim soldier.
[U.S.] - The FBI foiled a plot to attack Fort Dix with automatic weapons.
[U.S.] - June 2, 2007 - U.S. authorities foiled a plot to blow up jet fuel lines at JFK, International Airport.
[UK] - June 29, 2007 - Two car bombs failed to explode London, was near Piccadilly Circus and another was near Hyde Park.
[Germany] - An antiterrorist unit foiled a bomb plot against Ramstein AB and Frankfort International Airport.
[Saudi Arabia] - Saudi authorities foiled a plot against Mecca and Medina.
[Spain] - January 2008 - Spanish police foiled a plot against the European metro systems.
[Denmark] - February 2008 - Danish authorities foiled a plot to kill cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, who depicted the Prophet Muhammad wearing a bomb.
[China] - March 2008 - A Chinese airline crew foiled a plot to crash a China Southern airliner. Chinese authorities also foiled a plot against the 2008 Olympics.
[USA] - May 20, 2009 - Authorities arrested James Cromitie, David Williams, Onta Williams and Laguerre Payen for conspiring to bomb Riverdale Temple & the Riverdale Jewish Center, and shoot down a military aircraft.
[Kuwait] - August 2009 - Authorities foiled a plot to attack a U.S. base.
[USA] - September 2009 - Authorities foiled plots to attack; the New York Subway system, Fountain Place in Dallas, a Federal Building in Chicago, Quantico Marine Base in Virginia.
[Denmark] - January 2, 2009 - Danish authorities foiled a plot to kill cartoonist Kurt Westergaard, who depicted the Prophet Muhammad wearing a bomb. The suspect broke into Kurt Westergaard's home.
[USA] - May 2, 2010 - A car bomb failed to explode in Times Square, New York.
[USA] - December 25, 2009 - Passengers and the cabin crew foiled an attempt to blow up Northwest Airlines Flight 253 over Detroit. The flight originated in Amsterdam. Passenger Jasper Schuringa who helped the cabin crew subdue the terrorist was injured. Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab is in custody. The plane was N820NW, an Airbus 330-300.
[USA] - October 2010 - US, UK, and Dubai authorities foiled a plot to send bombs in printer cartidges to the U.S.
[USA] - November 26, 2010 - The FBI foiled a plot to set off a bomb at a Christmas Tree lighting ceremony in Portland, Oregon.
[USA] - December 2010 - The FBI foiled a plot to bomb a military recruitment center in Maryland.
[USA] - February 2011 - The FBI foiled a plot to bomb dams, residences of ex-military members, and the resident of ex-president George W. Bush.
* [USA] - May 2011 - Rageh Al-Murisi apparently tried to force his way into the cockpit of a San Francisco bound jetliner.
[USA] - October 2011 - U.S. authorities foiled a plot to kill the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the U.S. and to bomb the Saudi Arabian and Israeli Embassies.
[USA] - November 2011 - New York City police foiled a plot to bomb police stations and post offices.
[USA] - January 2012 - Authorities foiled a plot to attack night clubs and a sheriff's office with bombs and automatic rifles in Tampa, Fl.
[USA] - February 17, 2012 - FBI foilded a plot to bomb the US Capital Building.
[UK] - July 8, 2012 - MI5 foiled a plot to bonb the London Olympics.
[USA] - October 17, 2012 - FBI foiled an attempt to bomb the Federal Reserve Bank in New York. The FBI arrested Quazi Mohammad Rezwanul Ahsan Nafis in the incident.
[Belgium] - January 15, 2015 - Belgian police raided a house and killed two terrorists. They wounded and captured a third terrorist.
[Germany] - November 18, 2015 - German police found an ambulance loaded with explosives outside a soccer stadium.
[France] - March 24, 2016 - French authorities captured a terrorist suspect and foiled an attack that was in the advanced stage of planning.
[Brazil] - July 21, 2016 - Brazilian authorities arrested 12 people who were planning to carry out terrorist attacks on the Olympics.
[Germany] - July 27, 2016 - A suitcase bomb failed to explode in Zirndorf.
[France] - June 6, 2017 - French police shot an attacker. One officer was slightly injured.
[Belgium] - June 20, 2017 - Belgian shot a would be suicide bomber after the bomber's suicide cause a small explosion.
[The Philippines] - November 2017 -
U.S. Secret Service foiled an ISIS assassination plot against President Trump.
[USA] - December 11, 2017 - A bombing attempt failed when the pipe bomb malfunctioned in New York.
[USA] - December 22, 2017 - The FBI foiled an attempt to attack Pier 39 in San Francisco.
[The Netherlands] - September 27, 2018 - Dutch police foiled a planned attack at a public event.
[Denmark] - October 2018 - Mossad agents foiled an Iranian murder plot.
[USA] - April 8, 2019 - Prince Georges County police foiled a plot to run over people with a U-Haul truck at National Harbor.
* Indicates motive for attack unclear.

From 9/11/2001 - 2/11/2003 the U.S. secured over 200 terror-related convictions.
INDICTED SENTENCED (Country) INDICTED SENTENCED (Country)
Imram Mandhai Sajida al-Rishawi, executed (Jordan) Ayman Jarwan (US) Abdullah Shah, executed (Afghanistan)
Ahmed Hanna & Youssef Hmimssa Ziyad Karboli, executed (Jordan) Jamir Feddag (UK) Shukair Farid, executed (Iraq)
Ghassan Elashi † Yasein A. Taher (US) John Lee Malvo Muhammad, executed (US) Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh Jamal al-Badawi, Yemen, (Escaped twice, killed in U.S. Airstrike 1/1/19)
Waseem (Pakistan) Amrozi bin Nurhasyim, Imam Samudra & Ali Ghufron, executed (Indonesia) Chand, alias Abdul Shakur (Canada) Dzhokar Tsarnaev, death (U.S.)
Karim Koubriti (US) Mohammed Khaan, Abdul Nabi, Abdul K. Khaliq, & Qadir Box, death (Pakistan) Aslan Alpaslan (Turkey) Abed Abdul Razak Kamel, death (Yemen)
Oussama Kassir (Serbia) Sami al-Mutairi, death (Kuwait) Abdullah Mohamad (Lebanon) Mohamed El Omari, Rachid Jalil, Yassine Lahnach, Hassan Tawsi,death (Morocco)
Mohammed KaminMohammed KaminAbdul Zahir (U.S. Military Commission) Salem ben Suwayyed, Yasser Freihat death (Jordan) Jahmaal James (Canada) Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani † Mohamad Ibrahim Shnewer, Eljvir Duka, Dritan Duka, Shain Duka, Agron Abdullahu, life (U.S.)
Ahmed Abdullah Ali, Tenvir Hussain, Umar Islam, Arafat Waheed Khan, Assad Ali Sarwar, Adam Khatib, Ibrahim Savant, Waheed Aman, Karim Kadouri (UK) Ali Hamza Ahmad Suliman al Bahlul life (U.S. Military Commission)M. Ali Muhammad Brown (U.S.) Reza Khan, death (Afghanistan)
Nadia Elashi † Abdel-Ilah Elmardoudi (US) Sgt. Hasan K. Akbar, death (U.S. Military Court) Mousa Abu Marzook (US) John Lee Malvo, Life (U.S.)
Asin Mohamed Durrani (Canada) Major (Dr.) Nidal Malik Hasan, death (US Military Court) Osameh al-Wahaidy (US) Saladin Subhi Jubayir, Life (Iraq)
October Martinique Lewis, Shafal A. Mosed (US) Mohammed Ali Khorshed, Dawud Salaman Al Ubydi, Ahmed Nory Mohammed, Fawwaz Mukhlif Al Qaydi, Ali Ahmad Abd Al Wahid, Faris Abdallah Alwan, Talab Abulla Abbas, Ali Akil Abass, Marwan Jassim Hamadi, Mustafa Abd Al Sattar, Qais Habib Aslem, Mustafa Mahmoud Ismael, Abd Al Qadar Qasim Jameel, Hussein Jihad Hassan, Moaazea Khazaal Abdul, Ahmad Hassan Ali, Jasim Muhammad Hilal, Ali Asama'Ail Abrahim, Mahdi Ahmed Musa Alial Jabouri, death (Iraq) Kazi Nurur Rahman (UK) Abdul Farouk Abdulmutallab, life (US)
Aabid Hassain Khan (UK) Kamel Bougass, life + 17 years (UK) Salah Abdeslam (Belgium) Ali Imron, Life (Indonesia)
Khurran Faridi (Pakistan) Qasey Hamid Abid, Salem Obeid Mohammed Khoder † Ali Thamer Ahmad † Abd-AL-Rahman Shakh Ru Dinor &$8224; Khaleel Abid Al-Hussein Ali & Munzir Ali Khamis, life (Iraq) Fahim Ahmad (Canada) Vladimir Arutunyan, Life(Georgia)
Shahawar Martin Siraj Kareem Abdellah Sabbar, life (Iraq) Mazen Ali Hussein Ahmed Eubayid Sumer, Life (Iraq)
Omar Khyam (UK) Sarjio aka Sowad, life (Indonesia) Narseal Batiste Faisal Shahzad, Life (US)
Yassir Al-Sinni in British custody. Masoud Khan, life (U.S.) Patrick Abraham Rid Yusif Yakuh, Life (Iraq)
Hazin Elashi (US) Richard Reid, life (U.S.) Ardit Ferizi (US) Hussin Silabi Authman, Life (Iraq)
Imam Samudra (Indonesia) Ja Far Abdalla, Ra'ad Ibraham Thater, Sa'ad Ibraham Salem, Omar Ibraham Salim, Uday Muhammad Mahmud, Aquil Sabah Dawas Hasan, Mohammed Dhaher Ibrahim Yassen Jazzah, Life (Iraq) Ramzi Mohammed Abid Ibrahim Muhammad, Life (Iraq)
Faysal H. Galab (US) Alilzaldin Redha Kadhum Al-Ubaidi, Life (Iraq) Waheed Mahmood (UK) Zacarias Moussaoui "xdesertman" admitted to planning to attack the White House with a hijacked jetliner., Life, (U.S.)
Rabah Chekat-Bais (UK) Ammar Fat'hi Hassan Hussein, Life (Iraq) Ata Adboulaziz Rashid Subhi Esmail Trad, Life (Iraq)
Rafik Mohamad Yousef Khadir Abd Al Hamid Alwan, Life (Iraq) Mufti Zubair Ahmed (Pakistan) Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, Shahawar Matin Siraj, Life (U.S.)
Mukhtar al-Bakri (US) Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, Life (Pakistan) Kubwa Mohamed Dhiren Barot aka Eisa al-Hindi aka abu Musa, Life (UK)
Mohammad Zaki Amawi (U.S.) Anda Kalbush Mutuk, Life (Iraq) Burson Augustin Sheikh Mohammed al-Moayad, 75 years (U.S.)
Stanley Grant Phanor Hussein Karim Muhammad, Life (Iraq) Police Officer Nicholas Young Shaikh Adil, 25 Years (Pakistan)
Naudimar Herrera Sahir Hamadellah Adab, Life (Iraq) Wassim Mazloum (U.S.) Yasir Ismail Ibrihim, Life (Iraq)
Ahmed Hannan Sei Fullah Chapman, 85 years (U.S.) Amrozi Bin Nurhasyim(Indonesia) Amer Hammad Nahir, Sabah Ismael Mustafa Al Badrani, Nabil Khazal Zamel Al Saeidi, Peter/Abu Hamza Cheraf, Abdullah Rad’da Zayed Al-Harithi, Sadiqh Sa’eed I’bu, Ali Mahmoud Hisim, Abdullah Husayn Ahmad Salih Al-Sayad, Yaseer Salen Jabbar, Hassan Saleh Hussein Mohammed, Muneer Mabruk Basheer, Khalid Mohammed Hussein Mohammed, Nayef A’di A’yesh Hamid, Omar Radam Khalaf, Hussein Awadh Hussein Aw’wad, Nabil Ibrahim Khaleffa, Samir Abed Muslih, Majeed Muthi Saad, Ra’oof Mesh’hen Hardan, Saddaa Sayed Mohammed, Hassan Ali Abed and Mohammed Yousif Ahmed Hussein Al-Sham ‘mary, 15 years (Iraq)
Yahya A. Goba (US) Fahed Naseem, 25 Years (Pakistan) Mahir Zagha (US) Imad Eddim Barakat Yarkas aka Abu Dahdah, 27 years (Spain)
Mohammed Imran (Pakistan)   Masoud Ahmed Khan Abdullah Muhammed Atala Muhammed, aka Abu Muhammed, 20 Years2 (Iraq)
Ihsan Elashi (US) Bilal Mahmoud Abdul Hadi, aka Abu Muhommad, 20 Years2 (Iraq) Shueyb Mossa Jokham Jamal Zougam, Jose Emilio Suarce Trashorres, Othman Gnaoui 40 years (Spain)
Tayssir Alouri (Spain, released) Serdar Tatar, 33 Years (US) Mohammed Reza Taheri-azar (U.S.) Mohamed Fizazi, 30 Years (Morocco)
Shujah Mohamood (UK) Salman Saqib, 25 Years (Pakistan) Marwan Othman El-Aindi (U.S.) Randall Todd "Ismail" Royer, 20 Years (U.S.)
Abdul Raheem Al Arshed Ali Galaxi bin Abdul Samed, 18 Years (Indonesia) Enrique Marquez (U.S.) Mohammed De'mes, 15 years (Jordan)
Abdelhaleen (Canada) Ahmed Agiza, 25 Years (Egypt) Sahim A. Alwan (US) (Granted bail, under house arrest.) Ahmad Mahmoud Saleh al-Riyati, 15 years (Jordan)
Shabbir Ahmed Hafiz Khan, 25 Years (U.S.) Ghany (Canada) Ibrahim Ahmed Mahmoud al Qosi, 14 years (US Military Tribunal)
Muhammad Ibrahim Bilal (US) Ishmail Muhammad Abdullah Bin Abdullah, 20 Years2 (Iraq) Akram Mishal Khaled al-Shimmiri, 15 years (Kuwait)
Imam Samudra Mohammed Ben Rabit Saada, aka Abu Amar, 20 Years2 (Iraq) Brahim Yadel, Redouane Khalid, Mourad Benchellali, Khaled ben Mustafa, Nizar Sassi (France) {Transfered from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba} Ahmed Mahmoud al Qosi, aka ¡°Abu Khobaib al Sudani¡± (US Military Commission)
James Ujaama, founder of stopamerica.org. Abdul Hamid aka John Philip Walker Lindh, Iyman Faris aka Mohammad Rauf, 20 Years (U.S.) he was released after serving 17 years. Lyglenson Lemorin Jeffrey Leon Battle, 18 Years (US)
Mohammed Imran (Pakistan) Patrice Lumumba Ford, 18 Years (US) Francisco Garcia Gomez NaFi’a Dawoud Salman Abed Halbus, Wayel Emeel Joseph/Sarkees, Atallah obaid Erzaiq Al Sa’Adi, Yassin Mahmud Jibarah, Ra’ad Abdul Sattar Najim, Athab Hassein Fidel, Akram Muhammed Hashim and Abuus Hamid Al-Imfarji 10 years (Iraq)
Mohammed Dirie (Canada) Abdullah al Mujahir aka Jose Padilla, 17 years (U.S.) Ihab Daf'a (Lebanon) Abdul-Elwareth Al-Said Abdul-Elwareth Al-Maghrabi, Taleb Khalif Khalifa, Ibrahum Khalil Ghazaiy Awwad, Abdul Elah Abdul Jabbar Mahmoud, Salman Abdullah Mohammad, Hamad Hassan Fadel, Ra’ad Muhsin Shibat, Zaydoon Hmood Yassen Al-Obaidi and Alaa Ashoor Ajaj, 10 years (Iraq)
Jawad Akbar (UK) Enaam M. Arnaout, 11 years (US) Asad Ansari (Canada) Brahim Benmerzouga, 11 Years (UK)
Robert Richmond (Morocco) Central Criminal Court found Musab Kasar Abdul Rahman al-Hafith, aka Yunis, 15 Years (Iraq) Bayan Elashi (US) Mounir el Motassadeq, 15 years (Germany, released 2018.)
Rothschild Augustine Ra'ad Dawood Salman, Haider Hassan Karim, Abbas Ali Hussein, Tamem Saleh Awad, Ahmed Ali Kazim, Yousef Mohammed Amine, Mohammed Shibab Naif, Arshad Rasheed Majeed, Kazim Jawad, Saher Ali Jaber, Hazim Jasim Muhammed, 15 years (Iraq) Mohamed Ramez Sultan (Lebanon) Abdel Hameed Shehadeh, 13 years (US)
Assem Hammoud (Lebanon) Hyder Ali Zaydan Al Bachichi, Ziad Khalaf Saad, Shahatha Hilal Mukhif Hussein, Man’na ‘a Helal Khalaf, Mowa’faqh Abdullah Saud, Daud Salman Mohammed Ali al-Barmani, 10 Years (Iraq) Rabah Kadris (UK) Saajid Badut, 13 years (UK)
Mohammed Ashraf (Pakistan) Nizer Trabelsi, 10 Years (Belgium) Rafil Dhafir (US) Nizar ben Abdelaziz Trabelsi, 10 years (Belgium)
Zakaria Amara (Canada) Imram Mandhai, 11 Years & 8 Months (U.S.) Mohammed Hanif (Pakistan) Baghdad Meziane, 11 Years (UK)
Anif Solehanuddin (Indonesia) Abed Alrahaman Wasif, 10 years (Iraq) Amjad Ahmed (Pakistan) Djamel Beghol, 10 years (France)
Arsalan (Pakistan) Uthman Awad Hamid Ahmed al-Jubouri, aka Ossman Awad Hamid Ahmed, 10 Years (Iraq) Qayyum Abdul Jamal (Canada) Hammad Abdur-Rahrem, 8 years, 1 month (U.S.)
Sami Omar al-Myssayen (US) Kamel Daoudi, 9 years (France) Mohammed Hanif (Pakistan) Idris aka Jhoni Hendrawan, 10 years (Indonesia)
Pvt. Naser Abdo Fahid al-Qasa, 10 years (Yemen) Abdul Aziz (Indonesia) Ali Al-Marri, 8 years (US)
Khalid Omar Minawi (Lebanon) Mohammed Hassan Ramdan, 10 years (Iraq) Anthony Garcia aka Rahman Adam (UK) Hassan Abu-Jihaad, 10 years (U.S.)
Jawad Akbar (UK) Yassinn Eeid Hamaid, Ali Mohammed Ali, 7 years (Iraq) Muhammad Chalily (Indonesia) Jack Roche, 9 years (Australia)
Oday Abdel Amir Hassoon (Bahrain) Omar Ahmed Khadr defended by American University Professor Munceer Ahmed. Khadr came to the opening day of the trial wearing a T-Shirt with a Root logo. He pleaded guilty to killing Sgt. 1st Class Christopher Speer and to planting 10 IEDs. (US Military Tribunal), 40 years. He was sent to Canada in September 2012. Saad Khalid (Canada) Maamoun Msouh, 8 years (Yemen)
Mohamed Kubwa Rabei Osman, 8 years (Italy) Aboud Rogo Mohammed Mohamed Fadel Shimran, 6 years (Iraq)
Zeinab Taleb-Jedi (U.S.) {Captured in Iraq} Omar Mohammed Kadihier Al Wani, Malud Salim Muhammad, Muhammed Ahmad Salah, Ahmed Salim Al Shlem, Mohammed Hamdan Hussein, Ibrahim Ismael Ibrahim Hassani, Osman Issa Mahmoud, Jasim Mohammed Shakker, Mohammed Hussein Ali, Sad’daa Obaid Micheat Al-Sijauri, Yassin Fadel Mohammed Al-Azzawi, Khalaf Mohammed Ahmed 6 years (Iraq) Abdella Tayseer Alouni, an Al Jazeera reporter, 7 years (Spain)
  Moanir el Matassadeq, 7 years (Germany)   Ali Hassas Ali, 6 years, (Iraq)
Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Haza (Military commission) Abu Hamza al-Masri, 7 years (U.K.) Yasim Abdi Mohamed(Canadian) Thamir Abdullah Abdul Rahman, 7 years (Iraq)
Daniel Patrick Boyd, Zakariya Boyd, Dylan Boyd, Anes Subasic, Mohammad Omar Aly Hassan, Ziyad Yaghi(US) Ghas’san Sa’ad Obaid, Ahmed Mohammed Abdul Haleem Mohammed Mahmoud, Aziz Abdallah Shihan Al-A’aragi, Salim Abdul Hashim, Mohammed Yassin Fadel Mohammed Al-Azzawi, Jawad Murad Fahad & Mohammed Rumayed Hassan, 6 years (Iraq) Derrick Shareef (U.S.) Salim Ahmed Hamdan, 5 years 6 months (U.S. Military Commission)
Sharib (Pakistan) Mohammed Amin Abu-Saeed, 6 years (Jordan) Najibullah Zazi (US) Driss Chebli, 6 years (Spain)
Nabeel Hussain (UK) Cheikhou Babanding Bafodi Diakhaby, Ammar Rasheed Fayath and Laith Shaker Jassim (Iraq), 5 years, 1 month Said Saggar Ahmed Abdel Kader Mohammed, 6 years (Iraq)
Dwi Widiyarto (Indonesia) Mohammed Kamel Mussa, 6 years (Iraq) Ihsun Garnaoui (Germany) Fazal Karim, 5 years (U.S.)
Spc. Ryan Anderson Jamal Akkal, 4 years (Israel) Shukri Abu Baker Abu Rusdan, 3.5 years (Indonesia)
Senior Airman Ahmad I. Al Halabi (US) Ghazwan Haider Fadel, 6 years (Iraq) Khalid Mchmood Rahid Mohammed Hussein Salih, Rahim Hameed Mohammed, Anwar Sobieh Moshatat, Rahman Lilman Mujbur, Kamil Ibrahim Brisam and Ziyad Turki F’layeh, Tamer Aied Rasheed, Abdul-Kader Jabbar 6 years (Iraq)
Sami Omar Al-Hussayen Osman Omaeir Ali, Karim Rasheed Anad, Arkan Ali Obeid, Khudari Taha Awad, Safar Mustafa Hafith, and Khalid Hamed Mahmoud 3 years (Iraq) Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri (In U.S. custody, under death sentence in Yemen for the USS Cole attack) U.S. Military Commission Badi al-Ajari, Khalifa al-Dihani, 3 years (Kuwait)
Omar Khyam (UK) Ali Mohamed Saleh, 5 years (Yemen) Adnan Ersoz Murad al-Sirouri, 5 years (Yemen)
Mark Deli Siljander (US) Sami Al-Arian, 4 years 9 months (U.S.) Ahmed Ibrahim Bilal (US) arrested in Malaysia Rusman Gunavan, 4 years (Indonesia)
Sajid Badat (UK) Shueb Mosa Jokhan, 4 Years & 10 Months (U.S.) Muhammad Hamid Khalil Salah Johann Bonte, 1 year (France)
Osman Petmezci, Astrid Eyzaguirre (Germany) Moatasim Hussein Abbas, Mohammed Hussein Yassin, Saeed Ridah Nour, Umar Mohammed Dulha, 2 years (Iraq) Mohammed Jawad (Military commission) Hassan Abd Allah Najam, Adnan Ahmed Aboud, Hassan Hussain Hammoud, Ziad Garad, Mohammed Abed Mohammed Abed, Hashim Rajab Hassan, Ibrahim Mohammed Jadah, Muhaned Ali Kizar, Amer Ali Hussein, 3 years (Iraq)
Sabir Ali (Pakistan) Aref Saleh Zaid Abdullah, Shafeek Mohammed Zeidan, Awad Al-Karim Kissamalla and Yousef Al-Tayed Fadle Al-Sayed, 3 years (Iraq) Ali Hamza Ahmad Suliman al Bahlul (US Military commission) O Abu Bakar Bashir, 25.5 months (Indonesia).
Waheed Mahmoud (UK) Hamid Ali Hanshill, Hassan Wakeah Sultan (Iraq) 2 years, 6 months Ohiran Barot (in British custody) Lynne F. Stewart (US) 2 years, 4 months.
Susan Lindauer Ibrahim al Qosi, 14 years, 12 of which were suspended. Mohammad El-Mezain Yehya Mahdi Khudhair Hamza, Monef Mohammed Isma’il Mohammed Al-Ta’ee, Abbas Fadel Moolet, 2 years (Iraq)
Nadeem Tarmohammed (in British custody) Taha Ibrahim Yassin Bakr, 18 months (Iraq) Mourad al-Siroui (Yemen) Jassim Ahmed Ali, Kalid Ahmed Kodair 2 years (Iraq)
Abdulla Ahmed † Assad Sarwar † Tanvir Hussain † Donald Stewart-Whyte † Umar Islam (UK) Abd Al Rasool Jassim, Moayed Yousif Hamad, Uday Abed Ismail, 2 years (Iraq) Qaisar Shaffi (in British custody) Nabil al-Marabh, 8 months (U.S.)O
Khalid Sheik Mohammed, Walid Muhammad Salih Mubarak Bin 'Attash, Ramzi Bin al Shibh, Ali Abdul Aziz Ali and Mustafa Ahmed Adam al Hawsawi US Military Commission Adnan Rashid Jeru Alwani, Fathi Mahmood Monsoor Hamdani, 3 years (Iraq) OKhalid Sheikh Mohammed, Ramzi Binalshibh, Ali Abdul Aziz Ali, Muhammad Salih Mubarak Bin 'Attash, Mustafa Ahmed Adam al Hawsawi, Walid Muhammad Salih Mubarek Bin ¡®Attash - Charges against Mohamed al Kahtani were dismissed without prejudice. (US) Ali Abd Al Sattar Ahmed, Salah Aklsayid Qasim and Eman Kamal Ahmad, Ahmed Jeleeb Harery, Abbas Fadel Dalaf, Raife Mohammad Salah, Sabah Mohammed, Jamal Khattab Najim and Muzahim Najim Khudair,Mohammed Khalaf Schwaysha, Mahmood Al-Hishmawi, Ahmad Haloub, Ayad Abeeb Hussein, Kareem Salman Al Ghoray, Muhammed Isam Ali Zahir Al Jaburi , Najah Gomer Kalib and Mohammed Mahda, Mohammed Majid Fahaad 1 year (Iraq)
Salim Ahmed Hamdan (U.S. Military Tribunal) Hazeem Abd Wais, 1 year, 100,000 Iraqi Dinars fine (Iraq) Mujahid Muhammad (US) Hassan Ali Abbas, 1 year, 100,000 Iraqi Dinars fine (Iraq)
Mufid Abdulqader Hussein Ali Ibrahim Khalil, 18 months (Iraq) Nurahin Abdi Sabah Sarhan Anfous, 1 year, 50,000 Iraqi Dinars fine (Iraq)
Salem Saad bin Suweid (Jordan) Khaleel Ibrahim Abed Al Halboosi, Mohammed Noor Sa’id Islam, Rahman Figil Rhima, Mohammed Ma’hal Khalaf Al-Firaji, Tariq Abdul Kareem Hadhum, Hadi Dalaf Awad, Hilal Farhan Hadi, Yasser Ibrahim Farhan & Mohammed Ismael Zeidan, 1 year (Iraq) Ali Hamza Ahmed Sulayman al Bahlul (US Military Tribunal) David Matthew Hicks 7 years, 6 years 3 months suspended (U.S. Military Commission)
Ghassan Elashi Amal Ahmed Abdel-Fatah al-Sada, and two other wives and two children of Osama Bin Laden, 45 days and $110 fine. (Pakistan) Nadeem Tarmohammed Anjem Choudary, $1,400 fine (UK)
Muklas SrA1 Ahmadi al-Halabi (US) 295 days (time served), Bad Conduct Discharge Omar Abdul Rehman Sefraz Jehaludi (U.S.), community service & $2,000 fine.
Colleen R. LaRose Mithaq Adb-Al Wahid, 6 months (Iraq) Jamel Zougan (Spain) Construction Mechanic 3rd class Semi Osman (US), served time.
Kamran Akhtar Justin Sullivan, Life (U.S.) Reda Zerroug Ahmed Mohammed Ahmed Haza al-Darbi, 13 years (U.S. Military Tribunal)
Mohammed Naveed Bhatti   Abdul Aziz Jalil  
Junade Feroze   Sgt 1st Class Ikaika Kang  
Ziaul Haq   Hedi Ben Youssef Boudhiba  
Qauzar Shaffi   Abdul Zaheer (Pakistan)  
Bosman Elashi (US)   Yasser Fatih Ibrahim (Jordan)  
Matthew Philip Monks   Abdelhaleem Hasan Abdelraziq Ashqar  
Redouane Zenimi   Samir Mahdjoub  
Mohamed Ayot   Muluemebet Girma  
Khaled Madani   Tahar Ezirouali  
Tarik Shah   Ibrahim Muktar Said  
Hamid Hayat   Umer Hayat  
Muhammad Bouyeri   Sheperds Bush (UK)  
Wadih El-Hage   Osman Hussain  
Ishmael Abdurahman   Yeshshiembet Girma  
Yassin Hassan Omar   Hammad Riaz Samana (US)  
Levar Haley Washington (US)   Gregory Vernon Patterson (US)  
Kevin James (US)   Waseem Mugal (UK)  
Younis Tsouli (UK), Irhabi007   Jabran Said bin al Qahtani (US Military Tribunal) - Charges dismissed  
Abu Bakr (Australia)   Ghassan Abdullah al Sharbi (US Military Tribunal) - Charges dismissed  
Sufyian Barhoumi (US Military Tribunal) - Charges dismissed   Binyam Ahmed Muhammad (US Military Tribunal) - Charges dismissed  
Ali Hamza Ahmad Sulayman al Bahlul (US Military Tribunal)   Omar Ahmed Khdar (US Military Tribunal)  
Nabeel Hussain   Salahuddin Amin  
Sharif Mobley   Zarein Ahmedzay (US)  
Mohamed Hamoud Alessa & Carlos Eduardo "Omar" Almonte (US)   Nima Ali Yusuf  
Gholam Shakuri   Majid Shoukat Khan US Military Commission  
Amine El Khalifi   Saif al-Adel Egypt  
Ustadz Ahmadsali Asmad Badro aka Hamad Ustadz Idris The Philippines   Abd al Rahim Hussayn Muhammad al-Nashiri U.S. Military Tribunal  
Ali Harzi, Tunisia   Eric Harroun  
Ahmed Abu Kattala   Abd al Hadi al Iraqi US Military Commission  
Ismail al-Eithawi, Saddam al-Jamal, Mohamed al-Qadeer, Omar al-Karbouli and Essam al-Zawbai   Omar Ameen  
Khalid Shaikh Mohammad   Azeem Jan & Muhammad Anwar (Pakistan)  
Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani   Alexei Saab  
Ali Yousif Ahmed Al-Nouri      
Released.
1 Reflects grade prior to conviction, reduced to lowest enlisted grade.
2 Technically the sentence is life but under Iraqi law a life sentence is 20 years.
3 August 18, 2007 - The Deutsche Bank building, which was damaged in the September 11, 2001 attacks caught fire. Firefighters Robert Beddia & Joseph Graffagnino died in the blaze. The Deutsche Bank building has since been deconstructed.
4 General Wherley and his spouse Ann Wherley died in a June 22, 2009 metro train accident.
Unreformed terrorists released from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba: 180 - Abu Sufyan al-Azdi al-Shahri, prisoner 372, appeared in an Al-Qaeda video.

Germany released Mounir el Motassadeq in 2018. A dean at Kings University College, in Edmonton, Canada, asserting that upon his release, Omar Khadr will likely be admitted to that college at no cost to him. He was sentenced to 8 years confinement by a US military commission in 2010. He admitted to murder and planting 10 IEDs.
http://www.defense.gov/releases/release.aspx?releaseid=13262 will be tried in a civilian US court.
August 20, 2009 - The UK released Abdel Baset al-Megrahi, who blew up PanAm flight 103, murdering 270 people. He returned to a hero's welcome in his native Lybia. He was freed by Kenny MacAskill.
Ensuring Lawful Interrogations
Review of Detention Policy Options
Review and Disposition of Individuals Detained at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base and Closure of Detention Facilities
February 20, 2010 - Dutch government collapses over Afghanistan.
The National Archives of Canada cancelled the screening of Iranium after receiving threats.
Mehdi Ghezali, was handed over to Sweden in 2004. Sweden refused to prosecute him. He is suspected of bombing a tourist bus in Bulgaria in July 2012. Six tourists were murdered in the incident.
Ali Mussa Daqduq scheduled to be freed by Iraq.
Abu Sufian bin Qumu was held at Guantanamo and released. He is believed to have been the leader of the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Lybia where the U.S. Ambassador and three others were killed.
Mohammad Nabi Omari, Mullah Norullah Noori, Mullah Mohammad Fazl, Abdul Haq Wasiq, & Khirullah Said Wali Khairkhwa; released in exchange for Sgt. Bowe R. Bergdahl.
The N.Y. Daily News showed a picture of a victim of a terrorist attack in France on the magazine Charlie Hebdo and blurred out the picture in the magazine he was holding.
Noor Uthman Muhammed's conviction & 14 year sentence was dismissed and repatriated to Sudan
U.K. Sky News cut away when a Charlie Hebo editor held up one of their cartoons. Sky News apoligized to the audience members who may have seen and been offended by the cartoon.
German police banned a planned PEGIDA movement in Dresden because of a terrorist threat.
Abdul Shalabi was transfered to Saudi Arabia. He was Osama Bin Laden's bodyguard and believed to be the "20th 9/11 hijacker".
Mashur Abdallah Ahmed al Sabri, who is believed to have played a tangental role in the USS Cole bombing was released from Guantanamo Bay and transfered to Saudi Arabia.

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