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List Of Terrorist Acts Against US Citizens Numbers About 60

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Submitted by Dakota Freedom (United States), Jan 2, 2004 at 21:07

I believe that you may have missed some of the terrorist acts against citizens of the USA. Below is an updated version of list, with some references, that was given in an email sent to UN members, and posted in:
Prelude - http://www.thesahara.net/where_is_iraq.htm
Letter - http://www.thesahara.net/iraqi_war_letter.htm

My review to date for al Qaida and Iraq connections are included in a summary that I made and keep updating. FEEL FREE TO PASS IT ON:
Muslim leaders should distance their true religion from the evil extremists who hide behind false precepts of Islam. Profiling will end quickly if they all help. It also must be emphasized by non-Muslim leaders that we are not at war against Muslims. However we must profile until the USA is no longer at war with evil terrorists. Terrorists seriously violated our human rights nearly 60 times as listed below: Re. United Nations – http://www.un.org/Overview/rights.html
Article 30
"Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein."
Re. Iraq - see Nos. 4, 23,25,36 and 9/11 – No. 42; A, B, C,E and F
(See answer for each item at end of list)
1. In 1972, while Carlos the Jackal helped finance and plan other attacks, the hijacking of a Lufthansa airliner, with one of the 172 passengers taken hostage being Joseph Kennedy, son of the late Robert Kennedy was by:
2. In 1973, U.S. Ambassador to Sudan Cleo A. Noel and other diplomats were assassinated at the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Khartoum by:
3. In 1980, eight rescuers died after the U.S. embassy in Iran was taken over in 1979 and 52 American hostages were held by:
4. In 1982, a Palestinian terrorist planted a bomb on a Pan Am flight to Honolulu in 1982; A 15-year-old Japanese boy was killed in the blast and 15 people were injured. In 1998, Mohammed Rashid was finally tried by the USA, also implicating him in two other airline bombings--one on a Pan Am jet in 1982 in Brazil, and another on a TWA airliner over Athens in 1986. Attacks were perpetrated under the auspices of an Iraqi-based terrorist group called the May 15 Faction, composed of:
5. In 1983, a suicide car bombing at the U.S. embassy in Beirut killing 63, including 17 Americans, and wounding 120 was by:
6. In 1983, A suicide car bomb attack against the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut killing 241 servicemen and on a French base killing 58 paratroopers was sponsored by Iran (Ayatollah Khomeini) - ordering Hezbolla killers composed of:
7. In 1983, bombing the French and U.S. Embassies in Kuwait, killing 6 and injuring over 80 people was by:
8. In 1984, CIA Beirut station chief, William Buckley is kidnapped and killed after prolonged torture with his body hid until 1991 by:
8 (a) In 1984, the president of the American University of Beirut was killed by:
9. In 1984, a truck bomb explosion outside the U.S. Embassy annex near Beirut, injuring the US and British ambassadors, with 24 people killed (two U.S. military personnel) was by:
10. In 1984, 18 U.S. servicemen were among 83 people injured in a bomb attack on a restaurant in Spain near a U.S. Air Force Base by:
10(a). In 1984, Abu Nidal followers who killed Grace Cutler, 66 and Ann Van Zaten, 31 in a Paris Café were:
11. In 1985, TWA flight 847, Boeing 727 hijacking, forcing the pilots to fly to Beirut, Lebanon, killing a U.S. Navy diver and holding 39 Americans hostage was by:
12. In 1985, an Egypt Air airplane bound from Athens to Malta and carrying several U.S. citizens was hijacked, killing one American and 60 others, was by:
13. In 1985, the cruise ship Achille Lauro was hijacked, and a 70 year old, wheel-chair bound American passenger was murdered and thrown overboard by Palestinian fugitive, Abu Abbas, detained 04/15/03 by US forces in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad; members of his Palestinian Liberation Front were:
14. In 1985, suicide attacks are carried out against U.S. and Israeli check-in desks at Rome and Vienna international airports killing 61 others besides killing 7 & wounding 12 Americans was by:
15. In 1985, US journalist Terry Anderson, US academic Thomas Sutherland, and then American businessman Edward Tracy are successively kidnapped in Lebanon and not released until 1991 by:
16. In 1985, a car bomb at a U.S. military base in Frankfurt, Germany that kills two and injures 20 was by:
17. In 1986, detonation of a bomb as TWA Flight 840 approached Athens Airport, killing four U.S. citizens, was by:
17(a) In 1986, 1986 hijacking of Pan Am Flight 73 in Karachi, Pakistan, the attack, in which twenty-two people -- including two Americans -- were killed was by five:
18. In 1986, two US soldiers were killed and 79 were injured in a Libyan bomb attack on a nightclub in West Berlin by:
19. In 1987, American citizens Jesse Turner and Alann Steen were seized in Beirut and held until 1991 by:
20. In 1988, U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. W. Higgins was kidnapped and murdered while serving with the United Nations' (UNTSO) in southern Lebanon by:
21. In 1988, explosion of a car bomb outside a USO Club in Naples, Italy, killing one U.S. sailor was by:
22. In 1988, Pan Am Flight 103 while over Scotland, was bombed, with 189 Americans and 167 others murdered by:
23. In 1991, Iraqi agents who planted bombs at the U.S. Ambassador to Indonesia's home residence and at the USIS library in Manila were:
24. In 1992, A bomb exploded in a hotel in Aden, Yemen, targeting U.S. troops but killing two Austrian tourists was by:
25. In 1993 the World Trade Center was bombed the first time, killing six and wounding over 1000 people; Iraq may also have contributed to the murders (along with involvement in assassination attempt of the Pope) with two suspects finding sanctuary in Iraq for this atrocity committed by:
26. In 1993, UN troops were sent into Somalia to maintain order in the face of civil unrest that was causing widespread famine and interfering with international aid relief; 18 USA based troops were killed by:
27. In 1993 authorities prevented the plot to bomb New York landmarks by eleven men who were:
28. In 1995, A car bomb goes off at the U.S. military headquarters in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, killing seven people, five of them Americans, with 37 other Americans wounded. In their confession; the four terrorists accused of the crime claim to have read bin Laden communiqués were:
29. In 1995, two gunmen who killed two U.S. diplomats and wounded a third in Karachi, Pakistan were:
30. In 1996, the Fourteen who were indicted on charges of murder and conspiracy for the bombing that killed 19 American servicemen in Saudi Arabia (directed by Iranian government officials) were:
31. In 1997, two gunmen who shot to death four U.S. auditors from Union Texas Petroleum Corporation and their Pakistani driver in Karachi were likely:
32. In 1997, the Pakistani militant who randomly opened fire near CIA headquarters in MCLean, VA killing two and wounding seven was one of:
33. In 1997, the two captured bombers, Mezer and Khalif, who were about to bomb the New York subway system were:
34. In 1998, 12 US citizens were murdered and 7 injured when the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania were bombed – (murder total was 224 people and thousands injured); convicted murderers Mohamed Rashid Daoud al-'Owhali and Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, assisted by Wadih El-Hage and Mohamed Saddiq Odehby were:
35. In 1998, Yemini militants kidnapped western tourists, including 2 Americans; four victims were killed during a rescue attempt from:
36. In 1998, Iraq's plot to use a car-bomb in Prague to blow up Radio Free Europe was thwarted. Jabir Salim, at the Iraq embassy in Prague, was the Iraq intelligence officer Saddam Hussein entrusted with the mission, with $150,000 to recruit terrorists who would not be traceable back to Iraq and who were:
37. In 1999, a series of attacks involving rockets, explosives, and car bombs are directed at U.S. installations in Islamabad, Pakistan a few hours before UN sanctions against neighboring Afghanistan were due to take effect were by:
38. In 1999, Ahmed Ressam, was caught in December, crossing the U.S.-Canadian border with a trunk-load of explosives and detonators intended for Los Angeles airport "millenium bombing"; his leader was Amar Makhlulif, also known as Haydar Abu Doha, referred to as "the Doctor" who supervised training camps in Afghanistan run by Osama bin Laden; his cell of Algerians were:
39. In 2000, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan took four U.S. citizens hostage; the Americans escaped from:
40. In 2000, the USS Cole explosion killing 17 and wounding 33 sailors was perpetrated by:
41. In 2001, a plot to bomb the U.S. embassy in Sana'a – Yemen was narrowly averted with the arrest of 15 people; eight of the group were believed to be connected with the plot and were:
42. In 2001, On 9/11/01, over three thousand people were murdered and many more injured when four USA airliners were hijacked and destroyed by:
43. In 2001, the homicide shoe-bomber who was thwarted by flight attendants and passengers in his attempt to blow up American Airlines Flight 63 from Paris to Miami with 197 people on board was:
44. In 2002, reporter Daniel Pearl was kidnapped; at least one witness says Pearl's throat was slit by a top al-Qaeda terrorist, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, a key organizer of the Sept. 11 hijackings and who was a:
45. In 2002, while in the Phillipines, missionary Martin Burnham of Wichita, Kan. was murdered and Burnham's wife, Gracia was wounded by:
46. In 2002, a carbomb blast outside the U.S. Consulate in Karachi, Pakistan killed at least eleven people and wounded more than 40; the homicide bombers were:
47. In 2002, the attacker at a LA airport ticket counter who killed two people and wounded three others was:
48. In 2002, the bombers who "hate Americans" and said their real targets were U.S. citizens in the nightclub attacks that killed nearly 200 people on the resort island of Bali Indonesia were:
49. In 2002, an assassination by Al Qaida of a US diplomat, Laurence Foley, occurred in Jordan; the two captured killers are:
50. In 2002, the gunman who shot dead an American woman missionary with three bullets to the head at a charity clinic in southern Lebanon was a:
51. In December 2002, three American medical workers were shot and killed, and another critically wounded inside a Southern Baptist missionary hospital in southern Yemen; the gunman was:
52. In January, 2003 Saudi border guards arrested a Kuwaiti suspected of killing one American civilian, Michael Rene Pouliot, and critically wounding another, David Caraway, in an ambush in Kuwait; the sniper was a:
53. In February, 2003 North American leader Dr. Sami Al-Arian and seven other men were charged in a 50-count indictment with operating a criminal racketeering enterprise since 1984 that supported Palestinian Islamic Jihad; among the 100 people allegedly killed by the terror group are two U.S. citizens: Alisa Flatow, 20, and Shoshana Ben-Yishai, 16. Murderers were:
54. In March, 2003, one American missionary was killed and three Americans injured by a bomb blast at an airport terminal in the southern Philippines; the bomb killing 21 and injuring 148 people was set by:
55. In March, 2003, the killer who shot and killed two oil workers from the United States and Canada and then killed himself in an oil field near Sanaa, Yeman was a:
56. In October, 2003, the seven arrested members of Popular Resistance Committees, bombers of a diplomatic convoy in Gaza killing three and wounding one American security guards were:

Militant Islamist Extremists Mostly Between the Ages of 17 and 41.

OTHER POSSIBLE ACTIONS AGAINST RIGHTS OF USA CITIZENS (hopefully the truth will be determined).
A. In 1993, Iraqi's Intelligence Agency's thwarted attempt to assassinate former US President, George Bush, during a visit to Kuwait was by:
B. In 1995, bombing of the federal building in Oklahoma City was by neo-nazi Timothy McVeigh, found with Iraqi phone numbers to his alliance, most likely consisting of:
C. In 1995, both al-Qaida and Ramzi Yousef (who had Iraqi connections) were linked to a plot to assassinate President Clinton during his visit to the Philippines to be done by:
D. In 2002, captured snipers John Allen Muhammad and (perhaps) John Lee Malvo, arrested Oct. 24, after a three-week spree of killings that terrified the nation's capital area are:
E. In 2002, Abu Nidal, responsible for terror attacks in 20 countries that killed or injured nearly 900 people over a span of two decades was killed by Saddam Hussein in Iraq, thus likely eliminating a piece in the chain of evidence linking him to the 9/11 attacks. (Saddam maintained a Boeing 707 at Salman Pak to practice hijackings with the expert Nidal). Members of Nidal's organization (remnants in Iraq after being dismantled by the CIA) were:
F. In 1987, the attack by an Iraqi Mirage jet on the USS Stark during the Iran-Iraq war killing thirty-seven aboard perhaps was intentional by:

Militant Islamist Extremists Mostly Between the Ages of 17 and 41.

In 2004, the United States is still fighting a war, "ENDURING FREEDOM" in the USA, in Afghanistan, Iraq, and the world against:
Militant Islamist Extremists Mostly Between the Ages of 17 and 41

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