Sunday, May 20, 2007

Outrageous



Jimmy Carter is unbelievable – literally. The only people stupider than those who voted for him for President are the ones who now believe his lies about President Bush.

This past weekend Carter claimed that President Bush’s administration is “the worst in history”. It is particularly shameful that this unfounded and ridiculous claim comes from the mouth of the man who truly did preside over the worst American administration in History. Admittedly Clinton set out to give Carter a run for his money – but Billy’s blunders prevented him from doing the same degree of harm that four years of Carter brought on the world.

Carter is among the most subtle and consistent liars in history. This particular calculated lie by Jimmy Carter is on a par with Adolph Hitler, the only other democratically elected leader of the twentieth century to be responsible for as much death and misery as Carter.

Americans of the twenty-first century are venerable to Carter’s lies because they are abominably ignorant of history. A partial list of the foreign policy disasters precipitated by Carter includes:

Communist expansion in Africa, Asia, and America:

Nicaragua was handed over to the Communists and Guatemala and El Salvador placed on a slippery slide to disaster from which only Ronald Reagan could save them.

The USSR invaded Afghanistan and established a Communist dictatorship.

Panama Canal handed over to Manuel Noriega.

The Shah of Iran was deserted and overthrown by Khomeini – and the world’s greatest terrorist exporter nation was born.

The Killing Fields of Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge and Pol Pot reached full effect.

Iraq / Iran War

Terrorists hijacked airplanes and even ships at will.

Carter tries to this day to take credit for Anwar Sadat’s courageous efforts to end war in the Middle East, but stood by and did nothing as Islamic terror reached out to control the Levant.
Oil embargos crippled the American economy and put enormous power in the hands of Islamic fanatics.

Carter’s entire Presidency was a deception. On the domestic front he presided over double digit inflation, double digit interest rates, and coined the word stagflation and dragged America into malaise. In other words Carter made America sick and the world almost died.

By the time Carter was done with America the world was looking to the USSR for leadership and his administration was ready to announce that America was through.

Because of the obvious and utter failure of Carter's Presidency he has spent years trying to redeem himself. He has the blood of millions on his hands, and he can do nothing about it but lie. The farce that is a type of the entire Carter phenomena is the “agreement” he worked out with North Korea to end their development of nuclear weapons. Kim must have felt he had found a kindred spirit as he spun the lies that would allow him to develop an A bomb. It is easy to see them in one's mind, sitting around one of Kim Ill’s pleasure palaces; (Carter allowing himself to be tempted) as he spins the lies he hopes will buy his redemption. It does not matter, to him, whose or how much blood it will take. Had it not been for the vigilance of the Bush administration the nuclear ambitions of North Korea would have remained unchecked. What is particularly telling is that Carter was nominated (even received) a Nobel Peace prize for this tissue of lies. This is an honor he shares with Yasir Arafat - who likewise lied to get a Nobel Prize for Peace while his hands dripped with the blood of the innocent. Carter and Arafat share the dubious distinction of being nominated for the Noble Peace Prize with Benito Mussolini, Adolph Hitler, Joseph Stalin, North Vietnamese liar murderer Le Duc Tho (actual winner) Henry Kissinger (also a winner), Criminal General of the Oil for Food scandal – Kofi Annan (who also won) and Al Gore!!!!

Now Carter plays into the hands of the American enemies and the terrorists by attempting to paper over his own failures by savaging the reputation of President Bush. It is outrageous

57 comments:

Anonymous said...

the saddest part about this is, that everything said about this sick and twisted peanut farmer of a man, in this blog, is completly true. although there could be arguement on who the worste president in history really was. namely the infamous Calvin Coolidge, who did absolutly nothing, and at the same time did so much to screw everything he could straight into the ground, and then left to give Hoover the blame. i might argue that point, but, Carter would be close behind, unless i'm wrong and then their switched around. different degrees of "horrible-ness" same degree of uselessness.
ha, I especially enjoyed the exclamation marks after "Al Gore". yet an other ex-american-president who knows how to "work the system" hahahaha. proclaiming global warming. buying carbon carbon offsets. ppshhh... the best/only thing Gore could possibly do to help the ecosystem now, is stop breathing our air.
RAGE ON, RAGE ON INDEED

>captain extemp-er<

Anonymous said...

i like chicken

MindMechanic said...

Funny...in the last 6 years have you ever heard the media or the left alk about the economy, the unemployment rates, inflation, the stock market, housing market, or any of the key indicators that usually dictate the "measure of the man" when it comes to presidents?

I disagree with many of Bush's positions, but they are just that...disagreements. Just because 'I' think him wrong does not necessarily make him wrong. Nor does it make him corrupt that he believes many things differently. I think that is one of our problems...we are so wrapped up in the narcissistic ideals of ME that honest disagreement isnt allowed to exist.

I laugh when I hear the media or left point to Carter as some sort of bastion of sage and sound knowledge. I have several co-workers that are braindead lefties (sorry...it isnt a simple disagreement with these people...they simply do not think) and it is easy almost to the point of boredom to defeat their arguments. All i have to do is ask them questions that go deepr than 2 second soundbites and they flounder and flop worse than fish out of water.

Carter is a fool, he was a disaster as a president, and worse, he is a racist. He hates the jews. When the Camp David talks were concluded Israel set about to work with Egypt and others to bring about peace in the middle east. Yet the Palestinians under Arafat never stopped their attacks and never stopped denouncing Israels right of existence. For the last 30 years arab terrorists have blown up children school buses, markets, civilians everywhere. Rather than point the finger of blame where it belongs, Carter ALWAYS blames Israel for not giving more concessions and (gasp) for daring to retalliate when attacked. Carter destroyed the US economy, he destroyed our cold war advances againts the Soviets, he destroyed the democratic advances in the middle east...

I guess when it comes to being a dismal failure at the presidency, Carter has at least first hand knowledge from whence to speak.

MindMechanic said...

So he also lacks character. Now he says he misspoke and just meant worse when compared to Nixons foriegn policy...I guess it must have been the "in history" that threw us all off...

Or maybe it could be that the nation is full of pundits right now trashing Carter that got him to back off...

Ares said...

The only thing that saves Carter from his humiliation is that there are so many people that will believe his political spews.

My dad always gave me this advice that it may benefit Mr. Carter to learn from.

He said,
It is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

Now, my dad wasn't calling me a fool, but I will call Carter a fool.

Anonymous said...

Or you could just call your father an unimaginative asshole. Lincoln said it first and it was outdated, pretentious, and cowardly when he did so as a congressman. Do not be kowtowed into always holding your tongue by lesser men Ares. You are too young with too much to say. And besides, from what you already have, we all know you to be a fool already.

Lysis said...

Anonymous:

You should have taken Ares advice.

Ganesh said...

How about John Tyler as worst president? After he took over office at the death of Harrison, he promptly alienated everyone in his own party as well as the American people. The country was literally run by Congress during his term. His party threw him out and he couldn't even veto anything because both parties opposed him.

Dan Simpson said...

"Or you could just call your father an unimaginative asshole. Lincoln said it first and it was outdated, pretentious, and cowardly when he did so as a congressman. Do not be kowtowed into always holding your tongue by lesser men Ares. You are too young with too much to say. And besides, from what you already have, we all know you to be a fool already."


Now this truly adds to the debate.

The problem with Carter's comment isn't so much the rampant partisanship. That is to be expected. But, it is the complete absence of perspective.

First, to proclaim any administration 'the worst' before it is done is to proclaim that one knows nothing of history, or that actions affect future events. Anyone who is intellectually honest knows you cannot adequately judge an administration until later, sometimes much, much later.

Second, it shows a decided lack of knowledge. There are many administrations that can be easily shown to be worse in history. Coolidge, Hayes, Grant, to name but a few. Whether or not one likes Bush's politics, if one is honest you must look at the entirety of the country. Like it or not, the economy is good. Like it or not, jobs are growing, like it or not the country is good shape.

No, that doesn't mean there aren't problems, lots of problems. But these things have to be judged on the scales of history.

To proclaim 'worst administration ever' is to sound the fool, because it is a stupid, undefensible position.

Anonymous said...

Vegimatic here,

Lysis, you touched a nerve. You forgot to mention the economy during Carter's administration.

The interest rates, the gas lines, inflation, the general sense that the US was a "loser" nation.

I remember how proud I was to cast my vote while on my mission.

For Ronald Reagan.

Then life suddenly got better.

Mr. Carter is a monument to liberalism.

Let those who wish worship at the whitened seplecure.

BTW, my daughter that you met graduates today.

Lysis said...

Ganesh and Dan;

While I agree with you that many Presidents have had questionable terms, and History is the long judge of accomplishment, one can best apply the judgment of History by assessing impacts. Carter nearly “sold” the world out to Communism and by sacrificing the pro-western regime in Iran, set the stage for the “War on Terror” the loss of which may spell the end of civilization.

Vegimatic;

Nice to hear from you. Congratulations on the “graduate”. How time does fly!!!

If I neglected to enumerate Carter’s phenomenal failure on the domestic front – it is only because his buffoonery dealt with foreign policy. When I bought my first house – during the Carter administration – the interest rate was 11%.

What is particularly troubling about Carter’s remark is he was intentionally lying in order to achieve his devious goals. He is a pettifogger, hoping to bury his own shame by clouding the minds of those stupid enough to fall for his pronouncements. Secondly he hopes to gain popularity among the mass of Bush haters who are willing to desert their country and reason to feed their bitterness. Finally, Carter is an adherent to an errant from of internationalism – a liberal mindset that seeks to make all nations equal by pulling them down to a common and base level. He sees honor in destroying America so other nations need not feel inferior to it.

I see this liberal insanity all too often in educational circles. Rather that pushing toward excellence in a competitive education system that rewards excellence, we have “educators” bent on dumbing down everything so that the lazy and decadent will not be reveled in their failure.

“Equality at the expense of excellence” is their religion. Carter is their High Priest, the Grand Ayatollah of a medieval, relativist mediocrity. No wonder he finds common cause with the Islamic reactionaries that would drag the world back into a mindless “faith” of the Dark Ages

Anonymous said...

INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Monday, May 21, 2007 4:20 PM PT

Leadership: So Jimmy Carter calls the Bush administration "the worst in history." This from the man who wrecked the world's greatest economy and made a nuclear Iran and North Korea possible.

Profile In Incompetence: First In A Series
More on this series

We didn't think we'd see the day when a president-elect of France would be more appreciative of America's role in the world than one of our own former presidents.

But here is Carter telling the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette that President Bush's "administration has been the worst in history," one that has "endorsed the concept of pre-emptive war even when our own security is not directly threatened."
Worst President in American history.

Worst President in American history.

Later, Carter called his comments "careless or misinterpreted." But given a chance to retract, he didn't. Apparently the man whose idea of leadership was to sit in front of a fireplace and blame everything on America's "malaise" does not consider Islamofascists turning passenger jets into manned cruise missiles and flying them into skyscrapers a direct threat.

Nor does he consider himself responsible for the chain of events that gave us not only 9/11, but al-Qaida, the Taliban, Hezbollah and a nuclear Iran and North Korea.

Iran

On taking office in 1977, Carter declared that advancing "human rights" was among his highest priorities. America's ally, the Shah of Iran, was one of his first targets, with Carter chastising him for his human rights record and withdrawing America's support.

One of the charges was that the Shah had been torturing about 3,000 prisoners, many of them accused of being Soviet agents. Carter sent a clear message to the Islamic fundamentalists that America would not come to the Shah's aid. His anti-Shah speeches blared from public address systems in downtown Tehran.

The irony, as noted by Steven Hayward of the American Enterprise Institute in his book, "The Real Jimmy Carter," is that the regime of Ayatollah Khomeini "executed more people in its first year in power than the Shah's SAVAK had allegedly killed in the previous 25 years." Khomeini's regime was a human rights nightmare.

When Khomeini, a former Muslim exile in Paris, overthrew the Shah in 1979, he established the first modern Islamic regime, a role model for the Taliban and the jihadists to follow. And when the U.S. embassy was stormed that November and 52 American hostages were held for 444 days, America's lack of resolve was confirmed in the jihadist mind.

The wreckage of Carter's foreign policy was seen in the Iranian desert, where a plan to rescue the hostages, a plan never formally presented to the Joint Chiefs, resulted in the loss of eight aircraft, five airmen and three Marines. The rest, as they say, is history.

Hezbollah

As we have noted, it was the Ayatollah Khomeini who introduced the idea of suicide bombers to the Palestine Liberation Organization and who paid $35,000 to PLO families who would offer up their children as human bombs to kill as many Israelis as possible.

It was Khomeini who would give the world Hezbollah to make war on Israel and destroy the multicultural democracy that was Lebanon. And perhaps Jimmy has forgotten that Hezbollah, which he helped make possible, killed 241 U.S. Marines in their Beirut barracks in 1982.

The Soviet Union, seeing us so willingly abandon a staunch ally, invaded Afghanistan, and it was the resistance to the Soviet invasion that helped give birth to the Taliban. The Iranian revolution led to the Iraq-Iran War that took a million lives and encouraged Hussein to invade Kuwait to strengthen his position.

That led to Operation Desert Storm and bases in Saudi Arabia that fueled Islamist resentment, one of the reasons given by Osama bin Laden for striking at America, the Great Satan. Now we're about to face a nuclear Iran as we are embroiled in a war on terror.

If we'd stuck by the Shah and his successors, the history of the last 25 years in the Middle East and here at home would have been very different. As Hayward observes, the fruits of Carter's Iran disaster are with us still, spawning the rise of radical Islam, terrorism, the Taliban and al-Qaida.

North Korea

When President Clinton first learned of the North Korean nuclear program in 1994, a surgical strike against its Yongbyong reactor might have sufficed to send Pyongyang a message that a nuclear North Korea was unacceptable.

Instead, Clinton allowed Jimmy Carter to engage in some private foreign policy and jet off to the last Stalinist regime on earth to broker a deal whereby North Korea would promise to forgo a nuclear weapons program in exchange for a basket of goodies that included oil, fool and, amazingly, nuclear technology.

Along the way, Carter praised North Korea's mass-murdering dictator as a "vigorous and intelligent man." And of North Korea itself, Carter said of this habitat for inhumanity: "I don't see they are an outlaw nation."

Cold War

Jimmy Carter also once challenged Ronald Reagan's "aggressive" and successful strategy for winning the Cold War. Perhaps he'd like to send one of his Habitat for Humanity crews to rebuild the Berlin Wall brick by tyrannical brick. The fact is that Jimmy Carter could not have done more to damage our national security had he been a hand-picked mole planted in the White House by the KGB.

When Carter left office, the Soviet Union was on the march from Grenada to Afghanistan, control of the strategic Panama Canal had been given away, our military had planes that couldn't fly and ships that couldn't sail for lack of trained crews and spare parts, production of the B-1 strategic bomber had been canceled and our economy was in no shape to resist Soviet expansion.

Jimmy Carter, the man who makes Neville Chamberlain look like Dirty Harry, made his remarks about President Bush while promoting his audiobook series of Bible lessons for children. Jimmy, thou shalt not bear false witness against your president and country. Haven't you done enough damage? If you want to see our worst ex-president, look in the mirror.

Tomorrow: How Carter ran the world's greatest economy into the ground.

Anonymous said...

Smells Like... Victory

By INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Monday, May 21, 2007 4:20 PM PT

War On Terror: In both Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. forces are making further impressive gains against terrorists. Don't expect Democrats to let that stop them from claiming that we're losing.

As part of the new surge strategy in Iraq, U.S. Marines and Iraqi army forces have arrested 250 terrorists in the large, once-unmanageable western province of Anbar, it was reported on Sunday. Operation Harris Ba'sil, or "Valiant Guardian," reached completion after eight weeks of disrupting enemy routes and shelters outside cities.

"We uncovered more than 250 caches, arrested over 250 suspected insurgents and discovered over 100 improvised explosive devices," Lt. Col. Michael Manning of Regimental Combat Team 2 reported.

"We clearly surprised them. The number of caches and detainees attest to that; but more importantly, we let the enemy know that they can't hide from us," he said.

Meanwhile, in southern Afghanistan on Sunday an ambush of U.S.-led coalition and Afghan forces led to a 14-hour battle and airstrikes of seven enemy compounds that killed 25 terrorists, including a Taliban commander named Mullah Younus. Last week, the feared Taliban military mastermind and "butcher of Kandahar" Mullah Dadullah was confirmed killed.

Are Democrats cheering these victories in the war on terror?

Quite the contrary. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid continue to try to pass legislation to starve our troops.

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards just called on Americans to spend Memorial Day demonstrating against the war in Iraq. That way, according to the former U.S. senator from North Carolina, the world will stop thinking "we're a bully and we're selfish."

American Legion national commander Paul Morin was right to call Edwards' idea "as inappropriate as a political bumper sticker on an Arlington headstone."

The Iraqi people braved bullets for their chance at representative government, but we got a chilling reminder this week of their awareness that America might provide a repeat performance of Vietnam: Defense Minister Abdul-Qader al-Obeidi announced that Iraq's military will draw up plans on, as he put it, "how we can deal with a sudden pullout."

With 23 killed over the weekend in Taliban suicide bombings, including three German soldiers, complaints have intensified of too many civilian casualties in Afghanistan. The country's pro-Western president, Hamid Karzai, has suggested it could threaten his government's stability, and the Afghan parliament wants negotiations with the Taliban.

German Defense Minister Franz Josef Jung complained to NATO and warned of "erosion of support in the civilian population in Afghanistan," and NATO responded that military tactics in Afghanistan will be reviewed. Jung was quick to add, however, that it is "a clear, express tactic of the enemy in Afghanistan to put civilians in harm's way."

Americans must bear in mind that the exact same is true in Iraq, too. On Sunday, 55 people were killed or found dead there, 24 of whom were executed. In both Afghanistan and Iraq, bombings in busy markets filled with innocents, including women and children, are one of the Islamofascist terrorists' chief tactics.

Killing innocents in large numbers is, after all, the aim of terrorism, and the terrorists in both countries know how effective a method it is in eroding support for the war on terror, both in America and other Western nations, as well as among war-weary Muslims in the Middle East. Anyone who expects it to stop, or even slow to a trickle, without intervention is being naive.

Such gruesome slaughters must not distract us in either of the two countries. We are making progress in both on the road to victory. To let Edwards, Pelosi, Reid or any other politician who has invested in surrender veer us from our course would be disastrous.

Anonymous said...

Tony Blair-Hard to believe they cal him a liberal...

On whether President Bush is to blame for the decline in his own popularity in Britain:

You can debate that as much as you like, but I want to say one thing to you — since it will be the last chance I get to have a press conference in the Rose Garden, standing next to President Bush. I've admired him as a president and I regard him as a friend. I have taken the view that Britain should stand shoulder-to-shoulder with America after Sept. 11. I have never deviated from that view. I do not regret that view. I am proud of the relationship we have had. I am proud of the relationship between our two countries.

Sometimes in politics there are all sorts of issues where you've got to negotiate and compromise. But when it comes to the fundamental questions that affect our security and the future of the world, you should do what is right. I have tried to do that. And I believe that is what he has done as well.

On whether he would "do it again":

I would take the same position of alliance with America again — yes, I would.

On protesters:

I can't make out the words that they're shouting over there, but I bet they're not totally complimentary to either of us. (But) that's what it's about. It's about democracy, and it's about people being free to express their views, and it's about politicians having to face the pressure to justify their decisions, to be punished if the people don't like those decisions. And it's a commonality of values that we have that is so important for the world today.

You know, in any part of Europe today, if you want to get the easiest round of applause, get up and attack America (and) the president. And that's fine if everyone wants to do that. But when all of that is cleared away, you're left with something very simple, fundamental and clear: that the battle for values is still going on.

On the consequences of faltering in Iraq:

You can debate about the mistakes and the issues, and you can debate about Iraq, whether we should have done this or we should have done that. But what is happening in Iraq today is that our enemy is fighting us, and if what happens when our enemy fights us is that we drift away from our friends, that we make the little accommodations so that we escape some of the difficulty and the responsibility and occasionally the proprium of decision-making — that if we do that, our enemy takes heart.

They watch what we're doing the whole time. They ask: Are these guys standing up for what they believe, or, if we carry on, is their will going to diminish and they're going to give up, because it's just too difficult, because the public opinion is too difficult, because the opinion polls tell them it's too difficult?

Now, that is the decision of leadership. And it's not just a decision for me and him; it's a decision for everybody who's engaged in politics.

People run down politics and say it's all just a series of positions and attitudes and sound bites and occasionally even lies and all the rest of it. Actually, what politics is in the end, when it's done in the right way, when people stand up for what they believe, is it's about public service. And there's nothing to be ashamed of in that.

The fact is, the decisions are difficult. We took a decision that we thought was very difficult. I thought then, and I think now, it was the right decision. History will make a judgment at a particular time.

But one thing I know is that what we represent coming here today, speaking in the Rose Garden to you people and getting your questions and being under your pressure, that is a finer and better way of life than either a brutal, secular dictatorship or religious extremism.

It's a better way of life, and it's the way of life, actually, people, any time they are given the choice, choose to have. And what we should be about, our two nations, is giving as many people in the world as possible that choice and being proud of it.

Anonymous said...

Catching Their Breath in Lebanon

Tuesday, May. 22, 2007

By NICHOLAS BLANFORD/NAHR AL-BARED REFUGEE CAMP

Crammed into rickety old cars, vans and pickup trucks, hundreds of terrified Palestinians streamed out of this devastated refugee camp Tuesday, holding fluttering white sheets out of the windows, some of them sobbing with terror and relief.

Syria may once again be the instigator behind the turmoil, but al-Qaeda and its allies are likely to reap the benefits

"The camp is devastated. It stinks of bodies under the rubble. There are many dead," cried Mouein Safadi, 35, trembling with fatigue and emotion as he reached the first Lebanese army position some 200 yards from the edge of the camp.

"There are tens of wounded, but nobody can reach them," said Nora Abdel-Wahad, a 51-year-old mother. "There's no water, no food. We have lived three days with no electricity."

The exodus of refugees from this seaside camp, home to 40,000 people, was spurred by a temporary ceasefire Tuesday afternoon. The ceasefire was arranged to allow a convoy of six United Nations trucks to enter the camp to deliver food, water and medical supplies. But the convoy was struck by several mortar rounds while unloading its emergency provisions. Although none of the crew were harmed, three vehicles were damaged and had to be abandoned. The U.N. said it was unsure whether the mortar fire was from the Lebanese army ringing the camp or from the Fatah al-Islam militants holed up inside. But the drivers of the trucks said they were sure it was Fatah al-Islam.

"They waited for us to stop then they opened fire. They are shooting at anything that moves inside the camp," said Ahmad, one of the truck drivers, who refused to give his full name.

Mustafa, a Palestinian employee of the U.N. agency responsible for refugees, had found himself trapped in the camp when fighting broke out. He said that the Fatah al-Islam militants were forcing people to remain in the camp by shooting at anyone attempting to flee.

Anonymous said...

'Malaise' Maestro

By INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Tuesday, May 22, 2007 4:20 PM PT

Leadership: When it comes to economic performance, there's no contest: Apart from the early years of the Depression, Jimmy Carter's brief tenure as president was the worst in the 20th century.

Carter's rather smug attempt to rank President Bush as the worst president ever wouldn't be so bad if it weren't so wrong. The irony, of course, is that the peanut farmer from Plains, Ga., shares that distinction with a number of other presidential mismanagers of our nation's economy.

Carter apparently has gotten so used to being called the "greatest living former president" that he's forgotten to consult the record. And what the record shows is he inherited a bad economy and made it worse — much worse — before a man named Ronald Reagan came in and changed course.

Here's where things stood in 1980, Carter's last year in office, and in subsequent periods:

• Carter: Interest rate, 21%. Inflation, 13.5%. Unemployment, 7%. The so-called "Misery Index," which Carter used to great effect in his 1976 campaign to win election, 20.5%.

• Reagan's last year: Interest rate, 9%. Inflation, 4.1%. Unemployment, 5.5%. Misery Index, 9.6%.

• Bush today: Interest rate, 8%. Inflation, 2.6%. Unemployment, 4.5%. Misery Index, 7.1%.

It's not even close. The only question is: Why did things get so bad under Carter? And that's a long story. The fundamental reason, however, is he made mistake after mistake, blinded by the leftist rhetoric his party adopted after the infamous '72 Democratic Convention, when the so-called New Left seized control.

In office, Carter adopted the Keynesian economics of the time, buying into the theory that there was a reverse "trade-off" between inflation and unemployment — an idea that proved spectacularly wrong. The U.S. became mired in "stagflation," with both inflation and unemployment rising sharply.

As things grew worse, Carter sharply boosted government spending. When that didn't work, he blamed the American people. "I think it's inevitable that there will be a lower standard of living than what everybody had always anticipated," he told advisers in 1979. "The only trend is downward. But it's impossible to get people to face up to this."

Those remarks were followed by his now-famous "malaise" speech in which he unveiled six proposals — including import quotas, windfall profits taxes and increased spending on alternative fuels — to combat higher oil prices charged by OPEC. Nothing about tax cuts. Nothing about finding more energy. In short, he told Americans to consume less, but pay more.

"We have learned that 'more' is not necessarily 'better,' and that even our great nation has its recognized limits," Carter said, borrowing heavily from the "limits to growth" movement that swept liberal intellectual circles in the '70s.

With public anger growing and his own polls lagging, Carter started wearing sweaters and encouraging us to turn down the thermostat. But his big spending didn't work. The resulting budget deficit, 12 times bigger than the one President Nixon left, gave him a serious public relations problem.

On this score, Carter might have escaped his own malaise if he had cut taxes to get the economy going again. But even with marginal income tax rates at a hefty 70%, he accepted the common wisdom that a tax cut would boost inflation and lower government revenue. He was dead wrong.

As noted in "The Commanding Heights," a leading economic history of the last century, "Carter's attempts to follow Keynes' formula and spend his way out of trouble were going nowhere."

Eventually (but grudgingly), Carter did agree to slash the tax rate on capital gains to 28% from 40%. But that didn't kick in until 1979. By then it was too late to help him politically.

Two other moves have garnered Carter praise: setting deregulation in motion and naming Paul Volcker as Fed chairman in 1979. Carter did begin deregulation, for which he deserves credit. And to be sure, Volcker clamped down on the growth in money supply, bringing on a deep recession but also killing the inflationary spiral.

Inflation, however, was already easing when Carter entered office. It was only after he named a political supporter, the late G. William Miller, as Fed chairman that prices really took off. Miller, who served only a year, is now viewed as the worst Fed chief ever.

Volcker? He wasn't Carter's choice. He was nominated only after a contingent of Wall Street power brokers, alarmed at the economy's decline, went to the White House and demanded the appointment of the well-respected president of the New York Fed.

In his last years in office, Carter spoke of an "erosion of our confidence in the future." But his failure to support the Shah of Iran led to a takeover of that oil-rich republic by fundamentalist Muslims, and a second Mideast oil shock hammered the economy and pushed inflation to new highs.

Desperate, Carter tried "voluntary" wage and price controls. They didn't work. He tried credit controls. They didn't work. He kept oil-price controls mostly in place, and created a vast new bureaucracy — the Energy Department — that has since wasted tens of billions of dollars without creating a single drop of new energy.

The result can be seen in key indicators of American well-being. Real median after-tax income fell nearly 3% during Carter's last two years. For his entire term, productivity — the fuel for future growth in standards of living — rose a miserable 0.6% a year.

That's why, when candidate Ronald Reagan said, "Ask yourself if you're better off today than you were four years ago," the answer came back a resounding "No."

Lysis said...

Anonymous:

Thank you for the terrific information. This is one of the most positive things about our discussions here at the Agora, documentation, a written record there for all to peruse and reference.

What is so lamentable is that there are so many Americans who are so utterly ignorant of history that liars like Carter and his media posse are able to drive them as if before a gale.

Perhaps the FACT that the Dem’s in Congress are folding on the funding of Iraq is that they have their stinking fingers in the wind and are noting the will of the American people to make America safe.

Thanks again for the excellent exposé on Carter!

Reach Upward said...

Liberal Bob Kerrey is a university president and a bona fide combat hero who lost part of a leg in a daring attack on a supposedly unassailable Vietcong position. He has also been Governor of Nebraska and a U.S. Senator from Nebraska.

Kerrey takes anti-war members of his own Democratic Party to task for their opposition to the war in Iraq in this Wall Street Journal op-ed article. His points are worth considering.

Conservative contrarian Andrew McCarthy critiques Kerrey's positions in this article. McCarthy disagrees with Kerrey that imposing democracy in the Middle East is in our national interests. He argues for a tighter focus on fighting jihadi terrorists. McCarthy's arguments are also worth looking at.

On the worst president rating, I think it is debatable who is the worst, although, a somewhat objective ranking can be found here.
Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Pierce, Harding, and Buchanan are listed as utter failures. Tyler comes in just above that, with Carter just above Tyler.

If you were ranking ex-presidents, I think Tyler would be the worst, since he was a traitor to the Union and became a member of the Confederacy's House of Representatives. Carter would probably rank just above Tyler. But Carter is still alive, so he still has time to beat Tyler to the bottom of the heap.

Lysis said...

Reach;

Thanks for the links. The call for VICTORY needs to be intensified from all “sides”. I am still dumfounded that Reid and Pelosi are allowed to call for defeat day after day without challenge in the “mainstream’ media or from Patriots everywhere. The drum beat of “we are finished, we are losers, we will not pay the price” is defining. It must be answered – even shouted down if we are to survive.

Note that this is the same call that Carter cried throughout his Presidency. It is the deluded worshipers at the “alter of relativist escapism” that give this utter disaster as a President any standing at all. The truth puts Carter at the bottom; based of the horrible consequences of his actions. Fillmore and Harding could no more destroy the world than they could get reelected – Carter’s folly may yet kill us all.

MindMechanic said...

I thought the chart was interesting. It is especially interesting when you throw out the liberal bent and focus on the 'real' ratings.

I would at first blush rate Bush as a solid 'average' president. But why? I guess maybe I too am influenced by the steady slant of media bias.

Character-Bush has never wavered in his commitment to what he believes is right. Agree...disagree...but he doesnt retreat just because it might or might not be popular.

Honor-I throw out the "Bush lied" arguemnt because it is just liberal nonsense. The only way that argument works is if you accept that every intel agency in the world and the entire Clinton administration and all the dem congressmen during the Clinton administration ALSO lied.
So...what you have is a guy that has restored dignity to the White House. The Oval Office is no longer the Oral Office. We have a first lady that carries herself with class, dignity and grace.

Foreign policy-I dont think Bush has done a very good job of using the bully pulpit to send his message around the globe. As a result he has allowed everyone else define what his policy is. Thats a mistake.

Communication-Dismal. Miserable. He Needs to stick with what he is good at...informal settings. Two syllable words. Sincere and direct communciation. And he needs to get his message OUT. His staff needs to call the war on terror what it is. They need to contrast the message of the liberals (surrender) vs the message of victory. he needs to identify the enemy. he needs to remind people what 'war' we are fighting. If people heard the facts they wouldnt accept the liberals message of defeat.

Economy-Despite several absolute tragedies the economy is thriving. We not only have virtual zero unemployment, but considering we are employing anywhere from 12 to 20 million illegal immigrants as well, we are in a PLUS employment environment. UNHEARD of. The market is strong, the fed has been extremely well managed.

He has influenced change in education.

He did pretty much everything he could to bring about Social Security reform. But...since the Social Security fund is still solid and solvent that cant be seen as a presidnetial failing but rather a congressional failing (and there is a reason why Congress is consistently rated below the president).

The people that think Bush is the worst president ever are simply the angry hate filled gollums that have never gotten over the fact that Gore lost the 200 election and that is ALL they see.

All in all...he has personal failings and some significant errors in post war Iraq, but in virtually every policy area his performance is STELLAR.

Dan Simpson said...

Since Lysis brought up the funding bills that ridiculously also required timetables for withdrawal I thought I would just add something I found interesting.

Since so many here were so eager to label Matheson as a Party-liner, months ago when I was defending him as someone willing to vote what he believed. Matheson not only voted against both Democrat pushed funding bills, but has publicly stated that it is wrong, and ridiculous to try to get timetables into the funding bill.

You can disagree with some of his stances if you want. But I will continue to think he is a class act.

Reach Upward said...

As far as the presidential rating chart, one of the study authors soft-pedaled Bush's average rating.

"Bush came out "average," but that's because he was so highly rated by Republican-leaning scholars (who put him 6th from the top) and so poorly rated by Democratic-leaning ones (who put him 35th, or 6th from the bottom). Even a scholarly rating of an incumbent president is more an approval rating than a basis for lasting judgment. And it's likely that if the survey were conducted again today, Bush's rating would be lower, as one suspects Republicans are less happy with him now than in 2005.

"Still, he would have a long way to fall to reach Carterian depths--and Carter, now out of office more than 26 years, is likelier to remain mired in those depths for centuries to come."

In other words, Bush's rating is not as credible as Carter's rating because the passage of time tends to provide historical perspective. We'll have to wait a couple of decades before we have that kind of perspective available. I'm sure that Reagan would not have garnered a #6 ranking back in 1987.

MindMechanic said...

Reach...

I suppose you are right...Bush's ratings may indeed fall. But I think that is precisely the point...the ratings may fall based solely on popularity and not based on an examination of the job.

When was the last time anyone touted the economy? Or maybe a better indicator...when was the last time anyone complained about it?

Rumpole said...

Dan,

Concerning Jim Matheson, thanks for allowing readers at the Agora the latitude of “disagree(ing) with some of his stances if you want.” Very magnanimous of you.

Matheson’s vote and rhetoric on the war funding bill is irrelevant on several different levels. First, there was never a chance of getting that bill past the house; secondly, there was never a chance of getting that bill past the President; thirdly, there was even less of a chance than never of overriding a Presidential Veto.

I do not claim to know the heart and mind of Jim Matheson; but it is no more a stretch to believe his vote on the funding bill as nothing more than empty rhetoric safely pandering to his base at home, than it is a stretch to believe him to be sincere.

I would pose some questions. I ask them to make a point. I’m not looking for an answer.

Is there anyone in Congress who does not know how a colleague will vote on any issue before that vote is cast? Is it not possible that votes are bought and sold, and not with money, but with other votes? Matheson needed to vote the way he did in order to pander to his constituency. Party leadership (Pelosi) would be more than willing to look the other way on a vote like this. Why not hang on to a seat rather than alienate a constituency and lose a seat over a vote that never had a chance anyway?

I think it is silly to pretend; if Pelosi had called in Matheson's vote, he would have delivered.

The party (either party) was more than willing on this vote to take a hit for a local constituency (i.e., Matheson’s district). Let’s wait to see how Matheson votes when every vote counts; let’s see how he votes when the party line vote is called in by party leadership; let’s see how he votes when he is called on to “take one for the team.”

Then we will be able to clearly determine if he really is a class act.

Lysis said...

Rumpole:

Of course you meant that there was no chance that it would not pass the house. Pelosi had bought every needed vote and so was able to cut Matheson some slack. Had the Democrat Machine needed his vote he would have fallen in line as ordered.

As testimony to this note – note even in Matheson’s district could you find a majority of Utahans who support the San Francisco radicalism of Nancy Pelosi – but you didn’t see Jimmy voting for Denny Hastert did you? To pretend that Matheson has the interest of any Utahan at heart other than himself is silly.

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Rumpole said...

Lysis,

Thanks for the correction. I should have written, "there was never a chance of not getting that bill past the House." With or without Matheson's vote, the bill would have passed. Pelosi had no need to call Matheson's vote in.

It's the baby girl's birthday. I guess I was dreaming of cake.

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Reach Upward said...

Mindmechanic, I never intended to imply that Bush's eventual ranking will be any higher or lower 20 years from now than it was in the 2005 survey. I only meant to say that 20 years from now whatever ranking is applied to him will include perspective necessary for objectivity.

My comment with respect to Reagan's ranking is intended to imply that Reagan's historical ranking is much higher than it would have been in the seventh year of his presidency. At that time the economy was performing well, but Reagan's approval rating was down significantly from its high point.

The laying of the wreath at Germany's Bitburg Military Cemetery, constant harangue from AIDS activists, the demise of the Rykjavik Talks, the Iran-Contra affair, and the MSM's relentless portrayal of the President as a doddering old man were among the reasons that Reagan's opponents hated him and a significant number of Reagan’s supporters were disillusioned with him.

I'm sure that by 1987 no panel of scholars would have rated Regan in the top half of the presidential ranking chart. But add a couple of decades, and voila, Reagan is #6. Only with the passage of time was adequate perspective added so that a meaningful ranking could be determined.

Thank God that we never made it to a seventh year of the Carter presidency. The USA might not have survived. But it would seem that unlike Reagan, Carter's ranking has changed little since 1980. But that could not have been known with much certainty in 1980.

People have strong feelings about the GW Bush presidency today, but a more meaningful ranking will be apparent probably by the mid-2020s.

Apollo said...

Dearest friends-

I must admit that I find it disturbing that we, as human beings, can pick apart one another easier than ourselves. It's one of the sad truths of psychology. We have a self serving bias that inables us to realize that it is indeed our fault that the time of Jimmy Carter's administration was an utter and complete failure! We as a people run this country, and that is why we have thrived in the past. True as it may be that we elect officials to make decisions for us, we, before the constitution was even dreamt of, supported a document known as the Declaration of Independence. In this document we find:

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. — That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, — That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness."

And so, we can safely say that when Jimmy Carter failed us, we failed our Creator, whomever you believe that to be, our country, and ourselves!

My friends, I now ask Why? Why do we upset ourselves over things past? Why do we squable over the past like pigs over a meaningless scrap of slops? When will we be men and women of worth? When will we look to the future with hope, instead of to the past with despair? Should we forget the past? Indeed not! But we should not worry about the past! And think not of the morrow, for the morrow will look after things of itself. Instead look inside! Look at what makes you of importance! That my friends is where we need to be worrying!

Oh, and to the anonymous poster who profaned in the beginning, I would encourage you not to do so, for there are ladies who post, and the need not hear those types of things where we should feel safe.

For what it's worth-

Apollo

Apollo said...

Oh, and I dare you, anonymous, to try to find a more courageous man than Abraham Lincoln! I am ashamed to call myself a part of anything that has people who try to discredit the truly magnificent!

Apollo

MindMechanic said...

Apollo...

In your post you answer your own question.

Why do we feel the need to disparage Jimmy Carter? Simple...he embarassed himself and the country by labeling this president the worst in history, and many felt the need to set him straight.

How did you answer your own question? You saw people making comments that you didnt like and felt the need to set us straight.

Trust me...I personally would be fine if Carter kept his mouth shut and faded into obscurity. I would no sooner mention him than toe funk. However, there are people out there that might be persuaded by his words. I hope to counter his idiocy. At least among my own personal sphere of influence.

Apollo said...

Mindmechanic-

Indeed you are correct. I did answer my own question but I think we overstep our bounds when we use personal attacks against him and against each other. I agree that while one must do ones best to see the truth brought into the light, one has to do it in a way that one doesn't tarnish the truth with petty insults. Even if Mr. Carter had kept his mouth shut, I believe we would be justified in discussing his administration, but we have gone and turned something potentially healthy, shifted the blame, added a few insults, and turned perfection into a crossfire of insults and lies. My main point though is that we failed as much as Carter did. He at least attempted some things, we however sat back and did nothing.

For what it's worth

Apollo

MindMechanic said...

Apollo...

Speak for yourself. I raised 4 kids, served my country, furthered my own educationa nd career goals, have invested personal time in the service of others...and I know I am not the only one. Please dont be so silly as to equate the grand stage of politics as the ultimate and the rest of us as "doing nothing."

All that he was tasked to do he failed at. He destroyed our military. He wrecked our economy. He undid decades of foreign policy work enacted by both republican AND democrat administrations.

And today he rubs shoulders with Castro, he glorifies Chavez, he villifies jews and he lies about our current commander in chief. And as long as he continues to take every pro-socialist, pro-communist, and anti-American position on every issue, he will be subject to attacks.

Call me silly, but I think the anti-Bush statements he and the rest of the loony left have made for the last three years has and does continue to embolden our enemy. They dont think they can win...they listen to them and KNOW they can win.

MindMechanic said...

Carter Planted Seeds Of Al-Qaida

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Leadership: After being told over and over by President Jimmy Carter that America's ability to influence world events was "very limited," the Soviet Union believed him and invaded Afghanistan. And al-Qaida was born.

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Carter had the perfect "anti-slogan" for a post-Watergate presidential campaign: "I will never lie to you."

Unfortunately, Carter based America's relationship with the Soviet Union on the delusion that the Russians would never lie to him. He infamously expressed shock that Soviet premier Leonid Brezhnev lied to him during a "hot line" phone call following the Russian invasion of Afghanistan in 1979.

But signals of weakness to the communists from the worst, most naïve president in American history began days after inauguration:

• "As I understand your highly important speech in Tula, the Soviet Union will not strive for superiority in arms," Carter wrote Brezhnev in January 1977, less than a week after his inauguration.

• In the same letter, Carter told the communist dictator of America's and the Soviet Union's "common efforts towards formation of a more peaceful, just and humane world," adding, "I hope that our countries can cooperate more closely in order to promote the development, better diet and more substantive life" of the world's poor.

Global diet, it turned out, was not Brezhnev's chief priority.

By the time Carter and Brezhnev were literally kissing and hugging one another at the signing of the SALT II accords in Vienna in June of 1979, there already had been a KGB-assisted communist coup in Afghanistan more than a year earlier.

But the U.S. under Carter wouldn't, and according to the Carter administration couldn't, act to change that or much of anything else in the world:

• Carter had already announced to Russia and the world in his June 1977 Notre Dame speech that "we are now free of that inordinate fear of communism which once led us to embrace any dictator who joined us in that fear."

• The New York Times admiringly noted that "the Carter Administration has remained completely calm regarding the coup in Afghanistan, where the leaders of a small, communist party took power in Kabul," adding that, "Ten years ago, every communist victory was considered a clear defeat for the United States. Today, the majority of Americans believe the world is more complex."

Impotence, in fact, was a badge of honor in the Carter administration. According to British historian Paul Johnson, "The only point on which Carter's men agreed was on America's declining ability to control events." To whit:

• Cyrus Vance, Carter's first secretary of state and one of the architects of Vietnam policy in the Johnson administration, believed "we can no more stop change than Canute could still the waters."

• Carter National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski believed "the world is changing under the influence of forces no government can control."

• Carter himself, speaking to reporters in January 1979 about the overthrow of the Shah of Iran, a little less than a year before the Soviet invasion, assured the world, "Certainly we have no desire or ability to intrude massive forces into Iran or any other country . . ."

Carter promised: "This is something that we have no intention of ever doing in another country. We've tried this once in Vietnam. It didn't work, as you well know."

Even Democrats revolted. Shortly before the invasion, onetime Hubert Humphrey foreign policy adviser and future UN Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick formed the Committee on the Present Danger to warn America of the consequences of diminished U.S. power.

So setting the stage for the Russian invasion of Afghanistan was a president who:

• Repeatedly made it clear he blindly accepted Soviet lies.

• Declared over and over that the U.S. doesn't have the ability, never mind the will, to intervene militarily anywhere in the world.

• Proved America's weakness by allowing and assisting the fall of a pro-American regime in Iran, and doing nothing about the Soviet-backed April, 1978 coup in Afghanistan — plus withdrawing support for the Somoza regime in Nicaragua, leading to the Cuban-backed Sandinista revolution in July, 1979.

The Carter administration had made it crystal clear to the Kremlin that the U.S. would do little if anything to oppose the brutal influx of tens of thousands of Soviet troops that began moving into Afghanistan on Christmas Eve in 1979.

They were right. Carter's tepid response to the aggression was:

• An ineffectual grain embargo.

• A boycott of the Moscow Olympics that hurt American athletes more than anyone.

• An announcement from the president in an address to the nation shortly after New Year's in 1980 that "Fishing privileges for the Soviet Union in United States waters will be severely curtailed."

The invasion enraged Osama bin Laden, who went to Afghanistan to join the resistance. There, he met Palestinian radical Muslim scholar Abdullah Azzam, whose slogan was "Jihad and the rifle alone: no negotiations, no conferences, no dialogues."

According to author Lawrence Wright's Pulitzer Prize-winning history of al-Qaida, "The Looming Tower," "Bin Laden revered Azzam," who would travel to Saudi Arabia and hold "recruiting sessions in bin Laden's apartment, where he magnetized young Saudis with his portraits of the suffering of the refugees and the courage of the Afghan mujahideen."

Azzam "provided a model for the man (bin Laden) would become," writes Wright.

Together, bin Laden and Azzam founded the mujahideen base Maktab al-Khidamat, or the Afghan Services Bureau. Afghanistan is also where bin Laden met Ayman al-Zawahiri, who would help him found Maktab's successor group — al-Qaida.

Unintended consequences are a common feature of world history. As Jimmy Carter takes snipes at the current president, Americans should not forget that Carter's insistence that America must be weak led directly to Islamic mass murderers becoming powerful enough to slaughter thousands of innocent Americans — and to their current ambition to incinerate millions of us.

Dan Simpson said...

I think its funny. If Matheson had voted for the bill with the timetables, you would have ripped him a new one (and should have), but though he didn't, the best anyone can do is, he was just playing the game.

It seems that someone who truly tries to vote their own beliefs can't win. If you personally disagree with them, they must be deceitful, and duplicitous. Luckily the conservatives in his district see through all that partisan tripe.

And as for voting for Hastert? I wouldn't have voted for Hastert. That guy was a complete failure. He presided over one of the worst excuses for republican congress in my lifetime.

"Concerning Jim Matheson, thanks for allowing readers at the Agora the latitude of “disagree(ing) with some of his stances if you want.” Very magnanimous of you"

Rumpole, don't know what your problem is. Its called the english language. Its a form of speech used all the time: you can go if you want, but I'm staying home; You can have steak if you want, but I'll have the chicken.

For you to get snide about that phrase I used, its a little childish. Attack the argument.

Lysis said...

Mindmechanic;

This is wonderful information – extremely well researched and extremely well presented. I do not have time to comment today – but I read is with relish and will share it with my students tomorrow. Thank you.

Lysis said...

Dan;

It is not so much Matheson’s vote as the fact that he is part of the “Democratic” majority, which is at present wasting our nations emotional capital on unjust and useless witch hunts and fishing expeditions into the actions of the administration and is constantly giving aid and support to our enemies among the Islamic Terrorists that concerns me.

Since the only alternative to Hastert was a vote for Pelosi we can see just how thoughtless Matheson and, in this case, you are in making important decisions.

Rumpole said...

Dan,

It is sad that you regard reason and logic as funny. What you apparently fail to understand is that elected officials are not about individuality, they are about party. Perhaps Joe Lieberman can explain it to you. Lieberman is one who actually is in the position of individuality. He has one vote. Other then that one vote, he is ineffective. The Party will move forward without him. Do you think he’s going to be appointed Chair of the Judiciary Committee?

Matheson would not do what he did on the funding bill without party approval. Why do you think he voted for Pelosi as Speaker? If it was because he endorses her principles, why is he running counter to her now?

How are committee assignments determined in the House? How are they determined in the Senate? Does the electorate have any say? Party leadership (i.e. San Fran Nan) make those determinations on their own! Will the plum appointments come to anyone who doesn’t tow the line? How do you think Hansen got the committee assignments to help save HAFB that he did? How did Hatch get his assignments? Was it because they were “maverick” Republicans? What is funny here, Dan, is you unwillingness to think.

Sadly, the conservatives in Matheson’s district don’t “see through the tripe.” The party controls the agenda, Dan; the conservatives in Matheson’s district better wake up and realize that fact or they will continue to waste another vote in Congress.

Finally, getting snide with you is half the fun. Your grasp on the English language is awe-inspiring. Too bad your arguments don’t follow suite.

Dan Simpson said...

Well. You can continue to get snide with me. Lysis can continue to say I don't think. It won't change my views, because there is a difference in what I believe, and what, at least from both of your arguments, the two of you believe.

You see, I don't think all democrats are idiots and/or evil. And I don't think the Republican party has all the answers, or even wants to find them.

Would I have voted for Pelosi, absolutely not. But I don't believe in voting for the lesser of two evils. I also don't believe in voting for someone who I think is a bad person, because of the letter in front of their name on the ballot.

I know how the system works. Your disdain for my knowledge or intelligence aside. I know how it works, but I don't accept it as how it must work.

I believe the two party system to be a disease on our country. I believe the two parties currently in power are both parasites on the U.S. I have little to no respect for either. Yes, one of them gives lip service to ideals that I believe in more than the other, their actions speak a lot louder, when those ideals get in the way of their own power play.

I could (and used to) add to that crapfest by telling myself that even though I didn't like the guy, even though I thought he was smarmy, meanspirited, and without moral character that I had to vote for him, because if I voted for the other guy, even though he showed much more moral character, even though he was, to all ability to research, the better man, it might mean another vote for Daschle.

It actually puts much more responsibility on myself now. Having to actually try to research the candidate rather than just assuming that the republican is a better person.

You definitely know how the system works, but you don't seem to grasp why it works that way. Its because of people like you who continue down the party line. Who can't seem to accept that not everyone that is part of a party must accept or believe the same thing. And as long as people continue to vote with that thought, the party heads will have the power to dictate what happens.

Lieberman is a perfect example, except that his constituents realized that it was THEIR choice, not the dems, not the repugs, THEIR choice who was going to represent them. You may say he is a non-entity. I think he is the biggest example of how things should work in the entire country.

Lyis has said he would vote for Lieberman on a presidential ticket. Who do you think he supported for Senate Majority? Does that make Lieberman a bad person? Does it make him unfit to be voted for?

Maybe you think it does, I don't.

You can claim that all of Matheson's votes that you agree with were strategic (abortion, military funding, etc., etc., etc.), you have nothing to back that up with. Your ONLY argument is that he is a democrat.

Lysis' number one rant against the Dems is their stance on abortion. He rails on them. Yet, a democrat that votes the same way most republicans do is tossed aside as an opportunist.

Yes, secretly Matheson wants abortions to happen all over the place, but unfortunately he has to hide the love he holds for abortions.

This is much more likely than the fact that he just plain doesn't agree with the national party. It couldn't possibly be that there is a democrat born and raised in Utah that is actually more conservative than one from San Francisco.

You know Rumpole. You have accused me of many things, but it always seems to be you who knows more. To read your posts, you seem to have knowledge far beyond others.

I have made claims about Matheson that can be backed up by fact.

You and Lysis can make claims about him backed up by......your own suspicions. Or, by the fact that he is a democrat.

One thing you said is true, he voted for Pelosi. I disagree with that vote as much as anyone, I think she is a disgrace of a public figure.

By all means though, Rumpole. You can continue to be snide, if thats how you get your kicks and giggles. Though it is reminiscent of the anonymy. It doesn't contribute, only seeks to attack and inflame.

MindMechanic said...

Iran: Carter's Habitat For Inhumanity

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Leadership: In the name of human rights, Jimmy Carter gave rise to one of the worst rights violators in history — the Ayatollah Khomeini. And now Khomeini's successor is preparing for nuclear war with Israel and the West.

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When President Carter took office in 1977, the Iran of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi was a staunch American ally, a bulwark in our standoff with the Soviet Union, thwarting the dream held since the time of the czars of pushing south toward the warm waters of the appropriately named Persian Gulf.

Being an ally of the U.S. in the Cold War, Iran was a target for Soviet subversion and espionage. Like the U.S. in today's war on terror, Iran arrested and incarcerated many who threatened its sovereignty and existence, mainly Soviet agents and their collaborators.

This did not sit well with the former peanut farmer, who, on taking office, declared that advancing "human rights" was among his highest priorities. The shah was one of his first targets. As he's done with our terror-war detainees in Guantanamo, Carter accused the Shah of torturing some 3,000 "political" prisoners. He chastised the shah for his human rights record and engineered the withdrawal of American support.

The irony here is that when Khomeini, a former Muslim exile in Paris, overthrew the shah in February 1979, many of the 3,000 were executed by the ayatollah's firing squads along with 20,000 pro-Western Iranians.

According to "The Real Jimmy Carter," a book by Steven Hayward of the American Enterprise Institute: "Kho-meini's regime executed more people in its first year in power than the Shah's Savak had allegedly killed in the previous 25 years."

The mullahs hated the shah not because he was an oppressive dictator. They hated him because he was a secular, pro-Western leader who, in addition to other initiatives, was expanding the rights and roles of women in Iran society. Under Khomeini, women returned to their second-class role, and citizens were arrested for merely owning satellite dishes that could pick up Western television.

Khomeini established the first modern Islamic regime, a role model for the Taliban and jihadists to follow. And when the U.S. Embassy was stormed that November and 52 Americans taken hostage for 444 days, America's lack of resolve was confirmed in the jihadist mind.

On Nov. 4, 1979, some 400 Khomeini followers broke down the door of the embassy in Tehran, seizing the compound and the Americans inside. The hostage takers posed for the cameras next to a poster with a caricature of Carter and the slogan: "America cannot do a damn thing."

Indeed, America under Carter wouldn't do much. At least not until the 154th day of the crisis, when Carter, finally awakening to the seizure of U.S. diplomats and citizens on what was legally American soil, broke off diplomatic relations and began planning economic sanctions.

When Carter got around to hinting about the use of military force, Khomeini offered this mocking response: "He is beating on an empty drum. Neither does Carter have the guts for military action nor would anyone listen to him."

Carter did actually try a military response of sorts. But like every other major policy action of his, he bungled it. The incompetence of his administration would be seen in the wreckage in the Iranian desert, where a plan to rescue the hostages resulted in the loss of eight aircraft, five airmen and three Marines.

Among the core group of hostage takers and planners of the attack on our embassy was 23-year-old Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who learned firsthand the weakness and incompetence of Carter's foreign policy, one that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Reid are now attempting to resurrect.

According to then-Iranian President Abolhassan Bani-Sadr, Ahmadinejad was among the hostage takers and the liaison between them and prominent Tehran preacher Ali Khameini, later to become supreme leader of the Islamic Republic.

The shah was forced into exile and on the run from Morocco to Egypt, the Bahamas, Mexico and finally Panama. In July 1979, Vice President Walter Mondale and National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski told Carter they had changed their minds about offering the shah permanent asylum. Carter's response was: "F*** the shah. I'm not going to welcome him here when he has other places to go where he'll be safe."

In October 1979, the shah, gravely ill with cancer, was granted a limited visa for treatment at the Cornell Medical Center in New York. He would die in Cairo in July 1980, an abandoned American friend. Our enemies took notes.

If the shah remained in power, it isn't likely the Iraq-Iran War, with upward of a million casualties on both sides, a war that saw Saddam Hussein first use mass-murder weapons, would have taken place.

Nor is it likely there would have been a Desert Storm, fought after Hussein invaded Kuwait to strengthen his strategic position. That led to bases in Saudi Arabia that fueled Islamofascist resentment, one of the reasons given by Osama bin Laden for striking at America, the Great Satan.

Khomeini introduced the idea of suicide bombers to the Palestine Liberation Organization and paid $35,000 to PLO families who would offer up their children as human bombs to kill as many Israelis as possible.

It was Khomeini who would give the world Hezbollah to make war on Israel and destroy the multicultural democracy that was Lebanon. And perhaps Jimmy has forgotten that Hezbollah, which he helped make possible, killed 241 U.S. troops in their Beirut barracks in 1982.

The Soviet Union, seeing us so willingly abandon a staunch ally, invaded Afghanistan in December 1979, just six months after Carter and Russian leader Leonid Brezhnev embraced after signing a new arms-control treaty.

And it was the resistance to the Soviet invasion that helped give birth to the Taliban. As Hayward observes, the fall of Iran, hastened by Jimmy Carter, "set in motion the advance of radical Islam and the rise of terrorism that culminated in Sept. 11."

Writer Christopher Hitchens recalls a discussion he had with Eugene McCarthy. A Democrat and former candidate for that party's presidential nomination, McCarthy voted for Ronald Reagan instead of Carter in 1980.

The reason? Carter had "quite simply abdicated the whole responsibility of the presidency while in office. He left the nation at the mercy of its enemies at home and abroad. He was quite simply the worst president we ever had."

MindMechanic said...

This isnt an indictment on Matheson so much as the state of politics...but I highly doubt there isnt a vote on EITHER side of the aisle that isnt carefully scripted. Both parties have whips and every member answers to the whips for their votes. Dont think renegades are well accepted.

The ONLY exception are the guys that have been in the senate since Washington was president. They have enough clout to be able to flout party occasionally and not lose status.

I highly doubt you will see Matheson or ANY representative going against their parties when critical votes are made and their votes really matter.

Lysis said...

Dan;

Robert E. Lee has been considered by many to be the greatest of American generals. He was a man of culture and principal – that does not mitigate the fact that his “excellence” was responsible for the death of more American soldiers on the battlefield than any other man in history!!!

Erwin Rommel was one of the greatest generals in history – a brilliant military commander who despised Nazis and eventually tried to kill Hitler, but that does not mitigate the fact that for years he blindly followed the orders of a mad man. He led the German Army in its attack on France, was responsible for the deaths of thousands of American and British soldiers in North Africa. His abilities were the cause of death for hundreds of thousands of Allied troops and millions of innocent victims of a holocaust prolonged by Rommel’s “excellence”.

Often, it is not the individual but the cause to which they are bound that matters most. I too admire Joe Lieberman – in the way I admire Admiral Yamamoto. But Lieberman’s quality as an individual does not mitigate the fact that his refusal to vote for Bill Frist placed Harry Reid in charge of the U. S. Senate. An act which has given aid and comfort to the terrorists sworn to destroy America and hope to the abortionists whose intent is to block any Supreme Court nomination which might bring and end to the Slaughter of Innocence in America.

Dan, it might salve your conscience to pretend that standing for “your individual” choice is noble – but the reality of supporting even good men in an evil cause should be obvious to anyone with an understanding of history and politics.

Lysis said...

Mindmechanic;

Thank you once again for the EXCELLENT information about the failings of the Carter administration. I hope Apollo and others who read will see that it is only by knowing the truth that we can counter the lies. As someone once said: “Know the Truth, and the Truth shall make you free!”

MindMechanic said...

I'm not sure I understand the Jim Matheson animus. He has to be reelected every two years. Every two years the republicans have the opportunity to put up a better candidate and they have consistently failed. Jim Matheson remains popular in his district among both dems AND republicans (not just Dan) because for WHATEVER reason he votes pretty much how he said he was going to vote.

Of COURSE he would vote for Pelosi. He is first and foremost a democrat.

The question is does he vote the way he does to maintain office and curry support with conservatives or because that is truly who he is. This is another one of those questions that may not have an answer unless you actually know the man. But my point would be...who cares? For whatever reason, he votes the way he says he will vote. And if the republicans want to beat him, all they need is someone that can inspire more confidence and voter support than the last 4 have.

It's easy for me to be magnaminous regarding Matheson...I have no control over his voter district. I dont blame him for being him (although as I have said in the past, his whiny commercials annoy the HECK out of me). If anyone is to blame it is the weak candidates.

Lysis said...

Mindmechanic;

I don’t get to vote against Matheson either and I am also disappointed in the quality of Republicans that have run against him. However – I don’t get to vote against Pelosi or Ahmadinejad either – that doesn’t stop me from condemning their evil nor from chastising those who keep them in power; one of whom is Matheson!

MindMechanic said...

Lysis...

I get that, but you are blaming Matheson for being a democrat...when he openly procaims himself one.

As much disdain as I have for Clinton, I never expected him to be anything else. He showed his stripe and color long before he was elected the first time, let alone the second time. The guilty are the republicans for putting forward such weak candidates, doing such a dismal job of running campaigns, and then those that elected him or worse, chose to stay home.

And I dont think Matheson is on the same playing field as Clinton.

MindMechanic said...

TKB.org is a great site.

Sorry...not topical...just a boring down day at work...

Recently during the republican debate Ron Paul blamed the US and it's policies in the last 10 years for the attack on 9-11.

Soooooo...for fun...lets poke back at history for the last 30 years or so...

Oh that wacky religion of peace...
(this isnt a complete list BTW...)

• Movement of Islamic Action of Iraq attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 11, 1982, France)
• Zionist Action Group attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 15, 1982, Portugal)
• Zionist Action Group attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 15, 1982, Portugal)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 18, 1982, France)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 3, 1983, United Kingdom)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Journalists & Media target (Feb. 3, 1983, United Kingdom)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Airports & Airlines target (Feb. 17, 1983, United States)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 22, 1983, United Kingdom)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Mar. 16, 1983, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah and Other Group attacked Diplomatic target (Apr. 18, 1983, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (July 9, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (July 9, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (July 9, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (July 28, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (July 28, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (July 28, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 5, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 15, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Islamic Action in Iraq attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 3, 1984, Greece)
• Islamic Action in Iraq attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 3, 1984, Greece)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 4, 1984, Iran)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 8, 1983, United States)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 8, 1983, United States)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 12, 1983, Kuwait)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 12, 1983, Kuwait)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 12, 1983, Kuwait)
• Hezbollah attacked Utilities target (Dec. 12, 1983, Kuwait)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Jan. 17, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 18, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah and Other Group attacked Other target (Feb. 6, 1984, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (Feb. 10, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Feb. 15, 1984, Lebanon)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 24, 1984, United States)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 7, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 16, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (May 10, 1984, Lebanon)
• Islamic Action Organization and Other Group attacked Airports & Airlines target (May 13, 1984, Cyprus)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (June 6, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Aug. 1, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Sept. 20, 1984, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 24, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Sept. 14, 1984, Spain)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Sept. 20, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 10, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Oct. 24, 1984, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Nov. 27, 1984, Italy)
• Islamic Action in Iraq attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 3, 1984, Greece)
• Islamic Action in Iraq attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 3, 1984, Greece)
• Hezbollah attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Jan. 8, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Jan. 14, 1985, Lebanon)
• Black Brigade attacked Airports & Airlines target (Feb. 7, 1985, Lebanon)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 18, 1985, United States)
• Hezbollah and Lebanese National Resistance Front attacked Military target (Mar. 10, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 16, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 22, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 22, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah and Khaibar Brigades attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 22, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Mar. 29, 1985, France)
• Hezbollah and Other Group attacked Military target (Apr. 12, 1985, Spain)
• Action Directe and Hezbollah attacked Business target (Apr. 13, 1985, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 1985, Saudi Arabia)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (May 19, 1985, Saudi Arabia)
• Hezbollah attacked Government target (May 25, 1985, Kuwait)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (May 26, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (May 26, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (May 27, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (May 28, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (June 7, 1985, Greece)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (June 27, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (July 13, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 22, 1985, Denmark)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (July 22, 1985, Denmark)
• Hezbollah attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 22, 1985, Denmark)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (July 22, 1985, Denmark)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 28, 1985, Turkey)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Sept. 4, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (Sept. 26, 1985, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Maritime target (Sept. 27, 1985, Egypt)
• Islamic Liberation Organization attacked Diplomatic target (Sept. 30, 1985, Lebanon)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Other target (Jan. 6, 1986, United States)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Other Group attacked Business target (Feb. 3, 1986, France)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Other Group attacked Government target (Feb. 4, 1986, France)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Other Group attacked Business target (Feb. 4, 1986, France)
• Islamic Society attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 5, 1986, Lebanon)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Other Group attacked Business target (Feb. 5, 1986, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Feb. 8, 1986, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 8, 1986, Lebanon)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Hezbollah attacked Transportation target (Mar. 18, 1986, France)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Other Group attacked Business target (Mar. 21, 1986, France)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Other Group attacked Transportation target (Mar. 21, 1986, France)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Diplomatic target (Apr. 23, 1986, Thailand)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (May 7, 1986, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (May 20, 1986, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (May 29, 1986, Egypt)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) and Lebanese Armed Revolutionary Faction attacked Diplomatic target (June 6, 1986, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Unknown target (June 23, 1986, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (July 26, 1986, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Aug. 28, 1986, Lebanon)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Other target (Sept. 2, 1986, United States)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) attacked Transportation target (Sept. 4, 1986, France)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) attacked Government target (Sept. 8, 1986, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (Sept. 9, 1986, Lebanon)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) attacked Business target (Sept. 12, 1986, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Sept. 12, 1986, Lebanon)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) attacked Business target (Sept. 14, 1986, France)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) attacked Police target (Sept. 15, 1986, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Sept. 28, 1986, Lebanon)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Other target (Oct. 20, 1986, United States)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Oct. 21, 1986, Lebanon)
• Committee of Solidarity with Arab and Middle East Political Prisoners (CSPPA) attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 25, 1986, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah and Other Group attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 25, 1986, Iraq)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Jan. 8, 1987, Cyprus)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Jan. 10, 1987, Cyprus)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Jan. 13, 1987, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Jan. 17, 1987, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Jan. 20, 1987, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Jan. 23, 1987, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 24, 1987, Lebanon)
• Partisans of Holy War attacked Business target (Jan. 26, 1987, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Jan. 30, 1987, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Feb. 18, 1987, Lebanon)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Other target (Apr. 1, 1987, Philippines)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (Apr. 3, 1987, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Nov. 1, 1989, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Nov. 1, 1989, Lebanon)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Business target (Nov. 8, 1989, Philippines)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Nov. 9, 1989, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Feb. 17, 1988, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked NGO target (May 25, 1988, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (May 26, 1988, Lebanon)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (June 1, 1988, Israel)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (June 1, 1988, Israel)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (June 1, 1988, Israel)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (June 1, 1988, Israel)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (June 1, 1988, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Sept. 22, 1992, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (July 24, 1987, Congo, Republic of the)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Aug. 1, 1987, Tunisia)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Aug. 1, 1987, Tunisia)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Aug. 1, 1987, Tunisia)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Aug. 1, 1987, Tunisia)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Oct. 19, 1988, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (June 29, 1993, Lebanon)
• Abu Nidal Organization (ANO) and Kach attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (June 8, 1992, France)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Jan. 7, 1993, Egypt)
• Uganda Democratic Christian Army (UDCA) attacked Tourists target (Jan. 8, 1993, Uganda)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Apr. 6, 1994, Israel)
• Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Apr. 7, 1994, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Apr. 18, 1987, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (June 17, 1987, Lebanon)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Other target (June 30, 1987, United States)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (July 18, 1987, United Kingdom)
• Green Cells attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 2, 1987, Switzerland)
• Hezbollah attacked Utilities target (Aug. 15, 1987, Saudi Arabia)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Sept. 7, 1987, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Sept. 9, 1987, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Oct. 1, 1987, United Kingdom)
• Syrian Mujahideen attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 7, 1987, Belgium)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Jan. 27, 1988, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Feb. 10, 1988, Lebanon)
• Kach attacked Maritime target (Feb. 14, 1988, Cyprus)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (Apr. 5, 1988, Thailand)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (June 1, 1988, Israel)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Business target (June 16, 1988, Philippines)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Business target (June 28, 1988, Philippines)
• Black Friday attacked Diplomatic target (July 21, 1988, Turkey)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 25, 1988, Turkey)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Dec. 16, 1988, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 27, 1988, Pakistan)
• Hezbollah and Other Group attacked Diplomatic target (Jan. 5, 1989, Thailand)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Diplomatic target (Jan. 16, 1989, United Kingdom)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Mar. 13, 1994, Egypt)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 17, 1995, France)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Aug. 21, 1995, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Transportation target (Aug. 26, 1995, France)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Mar. 9, 1989, Lebanon)
• Abu Nidal Organization (ANO) and Hezbollah attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Mar. 29, 1989, Belgium)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 3, 1989, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked NGO target (May 4, 1989, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked NGO target (May 16, 1989, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (June 1, 1989, Cote d'Ivoire)
• Generation of Arab Fury attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 10, 1989, Saudi Arabia)
• Generation of Arab Fury attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 10, 1989, Saudi Arabia)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Aug. 9, 1989, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Airports & Airlines target (Sept. 19, 1989, Chad)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 16, 1989, Turkey)
• Hezbollah and Other Group attacked Tourists target (Feb. 4, 1990, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 7, 1990, Turkey)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Mar. 29, 1990, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (May 5, 1990, Jordan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 20, 1990, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Fatah Uprising attacked Business target (May 28, 1990, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (June 7, 1990, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Police target (Oct. 3, 1990, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 21, 1990, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Military target (Nov. 25, 1990, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 20, 1991, Iran)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 20, 1991, Iran)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 20, 1991, Iran)
• Hamas and Hezbollah attacked Military target (Mar. 21, 1991, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 25, 1991, Turkey)
• Hezbollah attacked Journalists & Media target (July 3, 1991, Italy)
• Hezbollah attacked NGO target (Aug. 7, 1991, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 7, 1991, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Aug. 8, 1991, France)
• DHKP/C and Turkish Islamic Jihad attacked Business target (Aug. 19, 1991, Turkey)
• Kach attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 26, 1991, Israel)
• Turkish Islamic Jihad attacked Military target (Oct. 28, 1991, Turkey)
• Turkish Islamic Jihad attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 28, 1991, Turkey)
• Islamic Salvation Front attacked Diplomatic target (Jan. 30, 1992, Algeria)
• Jewish Defense League (JDL) attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 26, 1992, United States)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 7, 1992, Turkey)
• Hezbollah attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 17, 1992, Argentina)
• Hezbollah and Islamic Salvation Front attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 26, 1992, Algeria)
• Islamic Salvation Front attacked Airports & Airlines target (Sept. 23, 1992, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Oct. 2, 1992, Egypt)
• Hamas attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 16, 1992, Israel)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Oct. 21, 1992, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Nov. 1, 1992, Egypt)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Dec. 15, 1992, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Jan. 3, 1993, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Jan. 3, 1993, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 15, 1993, Israel)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Feb. 4, 1993, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Feb. 16, 1993, Egypt)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Utilities target (Feb. 25, 1993, Thailand)
• Liberation Army Fifth Battalion attacked Business target (Feb. 26, 1993, United States)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 1, 1993, Israel)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Mar. 16, 1993, Egypt)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Mar. 29, 1993, Israel)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Business target (Apr. 1, 1993, Philippines)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Apr. 13, 1993, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (May 1, 1993, Lebanon)
• Uganda Democratic Christian Army (UDCA) attacked Other target (May 24, 1993, Canada)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (June 8, 1993, Egypt)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Aug. 5, 1993, Israel)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Aug. 16, 1993, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Aug. 19, 1993, Lebanon)
• Armed Islamic Group and Other Group attacked Other target (Sept. 21, 1993, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 1993, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 12, 1993, Algeria)
• Unified Unit of Jihad attacked Other target (Oct. 16, 1993, Algeria)
• Kahane Chai attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 24, 1993, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 24, 1993, Algeria)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 14, 1993, Philippines)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Nov. 17, 1993, Lebanon)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Dec. 2, 1993, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (Dec. 5, 1993, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Dec. 5, 1993, Algeria)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Dec. 5, 1993, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Dec. 7, 1993, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Dec. 27, 1993, Egypt)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Dec. 29, 1993, Algeria)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Business target (Jan. 19, 1994, Turkey)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Journalists & Media target (Feb. 1, 1994, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Business target (Feb. 7, 1994, Egypt)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 1994, Israel)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Transportation target (Feb. 14, 1994, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Feb. 16, 1994, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Business target (Feb. 23, 1994, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Feb. 23, 1994, Egypt)
• Kach attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Feb. 25, 1994, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Business target (Mar. 1, 1994, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Business target (Mar. 3, 1994, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Mar. 4, 1994, Egypt)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Mar. 7, 1994, Lebanon)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Business target (Mar. 19, 1994, Egypt)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 21, 1994, Thailand)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (Mar. 22, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 28, 1994, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Apr. 13, 1994, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Apr. 18, 1994, Israel)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Diplomatic target (Apr. 20, 1994, Turkey)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (May 8, 1994, Algeria)
• Harkat ul-Ansar attacked Tourists target (June 6, 1994, India)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (June 11, 1994, Lebanon)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (June 15, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (June 30, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Maritime target (July 8, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Transportation target (July 11, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (July 11, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (July 12, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Diplomatic target (July 12, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Diplomatic target (July 15, 1994, Algeria)
• Ansar Allah attacked Other target (July 18, 1994, Argentina)
• Ansar Allah attacked Airports & Airlines target (July 19, 1994, Panama)
• Hamas and Palestinian Resistance attacked Diplomatic target (July 26, 1994, United Kingdom)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 31, 1994, Philippines)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 3, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Transportation target (Oct. 17, 1995, France)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Police target (Oct. 20, 1995, Croatia)
• Kahane Chai attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 21, 1995, Argentina)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 3, 2001, Philippines)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Aug. 12, 1994, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Government target (Aug. 13, 1994, Israel)
• de Fes attacked Business target (Aug. 24, 1994, Morocco)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Aug. 26, 1994, Egypt)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 27, 1994, Israel)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 27, 1994, Philippines)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Sept. 26, 1994, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Sept. 27, 1994, Egypt)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 2, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Oct. 8, 1994, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 9, 1994, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 10, 1994, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (Oct. 13, 1994, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Oct. 13, 1994, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (Oct. 18, 1994, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Oct. 19, 1994, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 23, 1994, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Oct. 23, 1994, Egypt)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Nov. 5, 1994, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Nov. 7, 1994, Egypt)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Nov. 30, 1994, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 2, 1994, Algeria)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) and Other Group attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 11, 1994, Philippines)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 24, 1994, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Dec. 25, 1994, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Dec. 28, 1994, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Jan. 12, 1995, Egypt)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Jan. 22, 1995, Algeria)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Military target (Jan. 22, 1995, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group and Other Group attacked Military target (Feb. 11, 1995, Tunisia)
• Aum Shinrikyo / Aleph attacked Transportation target (Mar. 20, 1995, Japan)
• Hamas attacked Unknown target (Mar. 20, 1995, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 31, 1995, Israel)
• Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Apr. 9, 1995, West Bank/Gaza)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (May 5, 1995, Algeria)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 5, 1995, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Tourists target (July 22, 1997, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 30, 1997, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 4, 1997, Israel)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 12, 2001, Philippines)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 14, 2001, Kashmir)
• Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) attacked Military target (July 25, 2001, Kyrgyzstan)
• al-Qaeda attacked Business target (Sept. 11, 2001, United States)
• al-Qaeda attacked Government target (Sept. 11, 2001, United States)
• al-Qaeda attacked Government target (Sept. 11, 2001, United States)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 13, 2002, India)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (June 6, 1995, Lebanon)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (June 7, 1995, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Educational Institutions target (June 12, 1995, Algeria)
• Hezbollah attacked Tourists target (June 23, 1995, Israel)
• Hezbollah and al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Government target (June 26, 1995, Ethiopia)
• Harkat ul-Ansar and al-Faran attacked Tourists target (July 4, 1995, Kashmir)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (July 11, 1995, France)
• Hamas and Other Group attacked Transportation target (July 24, 1995, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group and Other Group attacked Transportation target (July 25, 1995, France)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 3, 1995, Afghanistan)
• Kurdish Islamic Unity Party attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 27, 1995, Turkey)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (Sept. 2, 1995, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Sept. 3, 1995, Algeria)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 3, 1995, France)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 4, 1995, France)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Educational Institutions target (Sept. 7, 1995, France)
• Dukhtaran-e-Millat attacked Journalists & Media target (Sept. 7, 1995, India)
• EYAL (Fighting Jewish Organization) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 8, 1995, West Bank/Gaza)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Transportation target (Oct. 6, 1995, France)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Oct. 25, 1995, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Nov. 2, 1995, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Nov. 2, 1995, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Nov. 7, 1995, Egypt)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Diplomatic target (Nov. 9, 1995, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Nov. 9, 1995, Egypt)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 10, 1995, Algeria)
• Hezbollah and al-Qaeda attacked Military target (Nov. 13, 1995, Saudi Arabia)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Nov. 18, 1995, Egypt)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) and al-Jihad attacked Diplomatic target (Nov. 19, 1995, Pakistan)
• Jammu and Kashmir Islamic Front and Other Group attacked Business target (Nov. 22, 1995, India)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 27, 1995, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Business target (Nov. 28, 1995, Turkey)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Military target (Nov. 30, 1995, Algeria)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Nov. 30, 1995, Egypt)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Tourists target (Dec. 28, 1995, Philippines)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Jan. 10, 1996, Israel)
• al-Ittihaad al-Islami (AIAI) attacked Business target (Jan. 18, 1996, Ethiopia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Feb. 14, 1996, Philippines)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Feb. 25, 1996, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Feb. 25, 1996, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Mar. 3, 1996, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 4, 1996, Israel)
• Jammu and Kashmir Islamic Front attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 21, 1996, India)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Mar. 27, 1996, Algeria)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 30, 1996, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 9, 1996, Israel)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Apr. 18, 1996, Egypt)
• Jammu and Kashmir Islamic Front and Other Group attacked Tourists target (Apr. 21, 1996, India)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Jan. 29, 1997, Lebanon)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 1, 1997, Algeria)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (May 5, 1996, Afghanistan)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (May 30, 1996, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (June 10, 1996, Lebanon)
• Hezbollah and Islamic Movement for Change attacked Military target (June 25, 1996, Saudi Arabia)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (July 30, 1996, Afghanistan)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 1, 1996, Algeria)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Aug. 10, 1996, Lebanon)
• al-Ittihaad al-Islami (AIAI) attacked Business target (Aug. 11, 1996, Somalia)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Sept. 25, 1996, Egypt)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Military target (Oct. 14, 1996, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Military target (Oct. 15, 1996, Uganda)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Transportation target (Oct. 17, 1996, France)
• Turkish Islamic Jihad attacked Tourists target (Nov. 17, 1996, Turkey)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 20, 1996, France)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 27, 1997, Philippines)
• Islamic Movement for Change attacked Military target (Dec. 31, 1996, Syria)
• Hamas attacked Business target (Mar. 21, 1997, Israel)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (June 1, 1997, Philippines)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Other target (June 22, 1997, Algeria)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Sept. 9, 1997, Philippines)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Sept. 18, 1997, Egypt)
• Jordanian Islamic Resistance attacked Diplomatic target (Sept. 22, 1997, Jordan)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 1, 1997, Philippines)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 1, 1997, Philippines)
• Islami Inqilabi Mahaz and Other Group attacked Utilities target (Nov. 12, 1997, Pakistan)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Tourists target (Nov. 17, 1997, Egypt)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 18, 1997, Philippines)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 6, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Utilities target (Apr. 6, 2001, Indonesia)
• Bersatu attacked Transportation target (Apr. 7, 2001, Thailand)
• Committee for the Security of the Highways attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 3, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Diplomatic target (Apr. 16, 2001, Germany)
• Hamas and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 23, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Business target (May 18, 2001, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (May 25, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Military target (May 25, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 27, 2001, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Educational Institutions target (May 30, 2001, Israel)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Tourists target (May 27, 2001, Philippines)
• Hisba attacked Business target (Apr. 18, 2001, Nigeria)
• Sri Nakharo attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 5, 2001, Thailand)
• Islami Chhatra Shibir (ICS) attacked Government target (June 16, 2001, Bangladesh)
• Hamas attacked Unknown target (July 9, 2001, Israel)
• United Tajik Opposition (UTO) attacked Government target (July 17, 2001, Tajikistan)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 21, 2001, India)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 1, 2001, Philippines)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 9, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 1, 2001, Indonesia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 8, 2001, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 13, 2001, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) and Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 17, 2001, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 19, 2001, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Military target (Aug. 25, 2001, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Government target (Sept. 2, 2001, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 16, 2001, Philippines)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Government target (Oct. 1, 2001, Kashmir)
• Hezbollah attacked Other target (Aug. 7, 2001, Lebanon)
• Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 11, 2001, India)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (Aug. 31, 2001, Algeria)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Oct. 1, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 2, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Oct. 14, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 4, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 9, 2001, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Nov. 4, 2001, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (Nov. 5, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 29, 2001, Algeria)
• Committee for the Security of the Highways attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 20, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 12, 2001, Israel)
• Lashkar-I-Omar attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 28, 2001, Pakistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 28, 2001, Israel)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Government target (Oct. 28, 2001, Philippines)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 29, 2001, Israel)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Government target (Aug. 16, 2001, Indonesia)
• Uygur Holy War Organization attacked Police target (Nov. 22, 2001, China)
• Uygur Holy War Organization attacked Government target (Nov. 22, 2001, China)
• Mujahideen KOMPAK attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 9, 2001, Indonesia)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Nov. 26, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 19, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 4, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 27, 2001, Philippines)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 24, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 24, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 27, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 29, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Nov. 29, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 1, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 1, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 2, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Government target (Dec. 5, 2001, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 9, 2001, Israel)
• New Pattani United Liberation Organization (New PULO) and Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Police target (Dec. 24, 2001, Thailand)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 29, 2001, Philippines)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 1, 2002, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and National Movement for the Restoration of Pakistani Sovereignty attacked Journalists & Media target (Jan. 23, 2002, Pakistan)
• Hamas and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 6, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 16, 2002, Israel)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 11, 2002, Philippines)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Mar. 5, 2002, Israel)
• Kach attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 2, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 5, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 19, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 8, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 9, 2002, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 16, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 18, 2002, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Mar. 20, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 27, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 28, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Mar. 29, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Aden Abyan Islamic Army (AAIA) attacked Maritime target (Oct. 6, 2002, Yemen)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 31, 2002, Israel)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 29, 2002, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Mar. 30, 2002, Kashmir)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Apr. 10, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Unknown target (Apr. 11, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Police target (Apr. 12, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Laskar Jihad attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 28, 2002, Indonesia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 27, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Business target (May 7, 2002, Israel)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Business target (Jan. 11, 1998, Algeria)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 26, 2002, Sudan)
• al-Qaeda attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Apr. 11, 2002, Tunisia)
• Army of God attacked Abortion Related target (Jan. 29, 1998, United States)
• Hezbollah attacked Military target (Jan. 8, 1998, Lebanon)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 30, 1997, Thailand)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Transportation target (Dec. 31, 1997, Thailand)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Police target (Jan. 1, 1998, Thailand)
• Islamic Defense Force attacked Transportation target (Jan. 10, 1998, India)
• Jihad Committee attacked Transportation target (Jan. 16, 1998, India)
• Kach attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 8, 1998, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Police target (May 22, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (June 5, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 8, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 14, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 15, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 17, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (June 18, 2002, Israel)
• al-Qanoon attacked Diplomatic target (June 14, 2002, Pakistan)
• al-Madina attacked Government target (June 15, 2002, Kashmir)
• Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) and al-Madina attacked Government target (June 23, 2002, Kashmir)
• Sword of Islam attacked Utilities target (Mar. 12, 1998, Russia)
• Hamas attacked Educational Institutions target (July 31, 2002, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 7, 1998, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 13, 2002, Kashmir)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Other target (June 26, 2002, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Utilities target (June 30, 2002, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Other target (June 30, 2002, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Military target (July 1, 2002, Indonesia)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Educational Institutions target (Mar. 22, 1998, Algeria)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 20, 1998, Philippines)
• al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya (GAI) attacked Police target (Mar. 22, 1998, Egypt)
• Hamas attacked Unknown target (Mar. 29, 1998, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 31, 1998, Lebanon)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Utilities target (Apr. 7, 1998, Algeria)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Other target (July 24, 2002, Uganda)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (July 26, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Armed Islamic Group attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 25, 1998, Algeria)
• Harakat al-Shuhada'a al-Islamiyah attacked Government target (May 31, 1998, Libya)
• al-Qaeda attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 7, 1998, Kenya)
• al-Qaeda attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 7, 1998, Tanzania)
• Muslims Against Global Oppression (MAGO) attacked Business target (Aug. 25, 1998, South Africa)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Police target (Aug. 24, 1998, Philippines)
• Hezbollah attacked Unknown target (May 25, 1998, Israel)
• World Islamic Jihad Group attacked Telecommunication target (June 2, 1998, Yemen)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Business target (June 16, 1998, Turkey)
• Committee for the Security of the Highways attacked Police target (July 15, 1998, West Bank/Gaza)
• Committee for the Security of the Highways attacked Police target (July 5, 1998, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 4, 1998, West Bank/Gaza)
• Russian National Unity attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (May 13, 1998, Russia)
• Ansar al-Islam attacked Unknown target (July 31, 2002, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 1, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Islam attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 1, 2002, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Aug. 4, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Aug. 4, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 11, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Intiqami al-Pakistani attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 5, 2002, Pakistan)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 6, 2002, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 9, 2002, Pakistan)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Aug. 18, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Government target (Aug. 30, 2002, Kashmir)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Government target (June 14, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 4, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Government target (July 25, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Military target (Sept. 20, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 29, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Utilities target (Dec. 9, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Business target (Dec. 20, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Dec. 26, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 26, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Business target (Apr. 24, 2002, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Government target (June 19, 2002, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Business target (June 22, 2002, Indonesia)
• Armed Islamic Group and Fronte di Liberazione Naziunale di a Corsica (FLNC) attacked Government target (Oct. 21, 1998, France)
• East Turkistan Liberation Organization attacked Diplomatic target (June 30, 2002, Kyrgyzstan)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and al-Barq attacked Government target (Sept. 11, 2002, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and al-Arifeen attacked Government target (Sept. 17, 2002, Kashmir)
• al-Arifeen attacked Government target (Sept. 18, 2002, Kashmir)
• al-Arifeen attacked Government target (Sept. 18, 2002, Kashmir)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 14, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Transportation target (Sept. 18, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Sept. 19, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Oct. 7, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 8, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Oct. 10, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 18, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Transportation target (Oct. 21, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 27, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Nasireen attacked Government target (Nov. 2, 2002, Kashmir)
• al-Madina attacked Police target (Nov. 2, 2002, Kashmir)
• al-Umar Mujahideen attacked Other target (Nov. 12, 2002, Kashmir)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Quds Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 4, 2002, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 5, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 22, 2002, Philippines)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Government target (Sept. 6, 2002, Indonesia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked NGO target (Sept. 23, 2002, Philippines)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 28, 2002, Indonesia)
• al-Qaeda attacked Tourists target (Nov. 28, 2002, Kenya)
• al-Qaeda attacked Airports & Airlines target (Nov. 28, 2002, Kenya)
• Movsar Baryayev Gang attacked Business target (Oct. 19, 2002, Russia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Oct. 18, 2002, Philippines)
• Jemaah Islamiya (JI) attacked Tourists target (Oct. 12, 2002, Indonesia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Military target (Oct. 2, 2002, Philippines)
• Islamic Shashantantra Andolon (ISA) attacked Business target (Sept. 28, 2002, Bangladesh)
• Islamic Shashantantra Andolon (ISA) attacked Business target (Sept. 28, 2002, Bangladesh)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Police target (June 23, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Military target (July 25, 2001, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 17, 2002, Indonesia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 20, 2002, Philippines)
• Movsar Baryayev Gang attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 24, 2002, Russia)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 16, 2002, Indonesia)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Business target (Nov. 16, 2002, Indonesia)
• Anti-Zionist Movement attacked Educational Institutions target (Nov. 23, 1999, Italy)
• al-Nasireen attacked Government target (Nov. 23, 2002, Kashmir)
• al-Badr attacked Journalists & Media target (Nov. 28, 2002, Kashmir)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Nov. 21, 2002, Israel)
• Asbat al-Ansar attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 21, 2002, Lebanon)
• Harakat ul-Mujahidin (HuM) attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 5, 2002, Pakistan)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 28, 1999, Philippines)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Other target (Apr. 27, 2003, Kashmir)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 28, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 20, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 20, 2002, West Bank/Gaza)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Government target (Dec. 24, 2002, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 31, 2002, Philippines)
• Hezbollah attacked Unknown target (Jan. 6, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 12, 2003, Israel)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Journalists & Media target (Jan. 16, 2000, Turkey)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Airports & Airlines target (Feb. 20, 2003, Philippines)
• Borok National Council of Tripura (BNCT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 2, 2003, India)
• Borok National Council of Tripura (BNCT) attacked Government target (Feb. 13, 2003, India)
• Hamas attacked Business target (Aug. 9, 2001, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Business target (June 1, 2001, Israel)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Other target (May 7, 2001, Turkey)
• Hamas attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (Jan. 17, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Government target (Dec. 27, 2002, Chechnya)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 25, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Jan. 26, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Business target (Feb. 9, 2000, Turkey)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Feb. 9, 2000, Turkey)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Business target (Feb. 20, 2003, Philippines)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Business target (Jan. 7, 1999, Turkey)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Business target (Feb. 21, 2003, Philippines)
• Ansar al-Islam attacked Government target (Feb. 8, 2003, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 19, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 20, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Borok National Council of Tripura (BNCT) attacked Government target (Mar. 1, 2003, India)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 3, 2003, Israel)
• Jenin Martyr's Brigade attacked Transportation target (Mar. 5, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 6, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 6, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 7, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 8, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 17, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Mar. 14, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) attacked Transportation target (Mar. 13, 2003, India)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (Mar. 30, 2003, Israel)
• al-Nasireen attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (Mar. 23, 2003, Kashmir)
• Saif-ul-Muslimeen attacked Airports & Airlines target (Apr. 9, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 4, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 19, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Airports & Airlines target (Mar. 4, 2003, Philippines)
• Kach attacked Government target (Oct. 7, 1998, Israel)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 11, 1998, Lebanon)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 16, 1999, Turkey)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Journalists & Media target (Oct. 21, 1999, Turkey)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Educational Institutions target (Oct. 29, 1999, Turkey)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Government target (Mar. 31, 2003, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Utilities target (Apr. 1, 2003, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Airports & Airlines target (Apr. 27, 2003, Indonesia)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Government target (July 13, 1999, Turkey)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Other target (Nov. 18, 1999, Turkey)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Business target (Dec. 19, 1999, Turkey)
• Islamic Great Eastern Raiders Front attacked Journalists & Media target (Dec. 25, 1999, Turkey)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Transportation target (Apr. 2, 2003, Philippines)
• Hamas attacked Business target (Apr. 29, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 8, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 8, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 1999, Philippines)
• Muslim United Army attacked Business target (May 15, 2003, Pakistan)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Government target (Apr. 15, 1999, Thailand)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Mar. 15, 1999, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Journalists & Media target (May 3, 1999, Philippines)
• Nusantara Islamic Jihad Forces attacked Business target (Apr. 15, 1999, Indonesia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 9, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 10, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 11, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 13, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 14, 2003, Israel)
• Mohammed's Army attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 13, 2000, Yemen)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Oct. 20, 1998, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 6, 1998, Israel)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked NGO target (Nov. 27, 1998, Uganda)
• Salah al-Din Battalions attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 13, 2000, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 17, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 17, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (May 18, 2003, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (May 19, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (May 23, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Government target (May 21, 2003, Kashmir)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 22, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 23, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 10, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (June 11, 2003, Israel)
• al-Qaeda attacked Maritime target (Oct. 12, 2000, Yemen)
• Sword of Islam attacked Government target (Feb. 9, 1999, Russia)
• Dagestan Liberation Army attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 30, 1999, Russia)
• Dagestan Liberation Army attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 4, 1999, Russia)
• Dagestan Liberation Army attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 9, 1999, Russia)
• Dagestan Liberation Army attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 13, 1999, Russia)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Other target (Aug. 1, 2003, Russia)
• Hamas attacked Business target (June 12, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 13, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 13, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (June 19, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 20, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 3, 1999, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 21, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Tourists target (May 13, 2003, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 21, 2003, Israel)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 8, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 9, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Nov. 16, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 22, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hezbollah attacked Educational Institutions target (Mar. 3, 2004, Yemen)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Feb. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 13, 2003, Uganda)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 13, 2000, Indonesia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 25, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 26, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 28, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar Allah and Asbat al-Ansar attacked Journalists & Media target (June 14, 2003, Lebanon)
• Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Government target (July 4, 2003, Kashmir)
• Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Other target (July 14, 2003, Kashmir)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 10, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 12, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 23, 1998, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Utilities target (Mar. 22, 2000, Algeria)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Mar. 4, 2000, Uganda)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 21, 2001, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Aug. 19, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 30, 1998, Philippines)
• Hamas attacked Utilities target (Aug. 24, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Business target (Aug. 28, 2003, Israel)
• al-Mansoorain attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 13, 2003, Kashmir)
• Mujahideen Message attacked Educational Institutions target (Aug. 20, 2003, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 20, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 25, 2003, India)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 31, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 31, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Eritrean Islamic Jihad Movement (EIJM) attacked NGO target (Aug. 10, 2003, Eritrea)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 7, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Business target (Sept. 9, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 10, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Unknown target (Sept. 13, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Business target (Oct. 9, 2000, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 1, 2000, Uganda)
• Hamas attacked Government target (Oct. 9, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Oct. 15, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Military target (Oct. 14, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 19, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 21, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Transportation target (Sept. 1, 2003, Uganda)
• Salafia Jihadia attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Sept. 11, 2003, Morocco)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Journalists & Media target (July 25, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Journalists & Media target (Sept. 14, 2000, Philippines)
• al-Qaeda attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 8, 2003, Saudi Arabia)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 7, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 7, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 20, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Journalists & Media target (Dec. 7, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Other target (Dec. 19, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Journalists & Media target (Dec. 11, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 30, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Business target (Dec. 30, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 30, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 30, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 30, 2000, Philippines)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 30, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 28, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Journalists & Media target (June 2, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 2, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Journalists & Media target (July 9, 2000, Philippines)
• Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 29, 1997, Thailand)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Sept. 9, 1998, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 30, 1998, Philippines)
• Front for Defenders of Islam attacked NGO target (June 23, 2000, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Government target (Mar. 9, 2001, Indonesia)
• Front for Defenders of Islam attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 18, 2001, Indonesia)
• Anti-Communist Command attacked Government target (Sept. 27, 2000, Indonesia)
• al-Qaeda attacked Diplomatic target (Nov. 20, 2003, Turkey)
• al-Qaeda attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 15, 2003, Turkey)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 5, 2003, Philippines)
• God's Army attacked Government target (Jan. 24, 2000, Burma (Myanmar))
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 20, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Mujahideen Division Khandaq attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 1, 2000, Indonesia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Mar. 4, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 20, 2000, Philippines)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 26, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 10, 2000, Philippines)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Sept. 16, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 23, 2000, Malaysia)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 6, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 1, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Apr. 24, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 24, 2000, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 1, 2002, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 1, 2002, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 20, 2001, Philippines)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Nov. 20, 2003, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Sept. 8, 2003, Afghanistan)
• 313 attacked Government target (Oct. 3, 2003, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 12, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 22, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Nov. 22, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Nov. 22, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Nov. 24, 2003, Afghanistan)
• al-Faruq Brigades attacked Government target (Nov. 29, 2003, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 30, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Oct. 30, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 3, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 4, 2003, Israel)
• Black Widows attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2003, Russia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 7, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 7, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Black Widows attacked Government target (Dec. 9, 2003, Russia)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 12, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 25, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 29, 2003, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Haramayn Brigades attacked Government target (Dec. 29, 2003, Saudi Arabia)
• Hamas attacked Government target (Jan. 14, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 17, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Dec. 6, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Dec. 4, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Dec. 4, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Transportation target (Dec. 1, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Dec. 9, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Dec. 21, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Jan. 5, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (Jan. 10, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 12, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 11, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 25, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 25, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 29, 2004, Israel)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 18, 2003, Uganda)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Feb. 1, 2004, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 15, 1998, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Utilities target (Feb. 12, 2004, Russia)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Utilities target (Feb. 18, 2004, Russia)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Utilities target (Feb. 19, 2004, Russia)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Other target (Dec. 23, 2000, India)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 24, 1999, India)
• Hamas attacked Unknown target (Mar. 15, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Mar. 5, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Mar. 1, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Mar. 1, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Utilities target (Feb. 18, 2004, Russia)
• Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Government target (Feb. 27, 2004, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Feb. 12, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 21, 2004, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 1, 2004, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 5, 2004, Uganda)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade attacked Other target (Mar. 9, 2004, Turkey)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (Feb. 10, 2001, Afghanistan)
• Hamas and al-Fatah attacked Business target (Mar. 14, 2004, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 15, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Utilities target (Mar. 15, 2004, Russia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Transportation target (Jan. 5, 2004, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 5, 2004, Indonesia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 26, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Abu Nayaf al-Afghani attacked Transportation target (Apr. 2, 2004, Spain)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Mar. 10, 2004, Algeria)
• Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 3, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Government target (Apr. 6, 2004, Russia)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 7, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 13, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade attacked Transportation target (Mar. 11, 2004, Spain)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade attacked Transportation target (Mar. 11, 2004, Spain)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade attacked Transportation target (Mar. 11, 2004, Spain)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade attacked Transportation target (Mar. 11, 2004, Spain)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 13, 2003, Philippines)
• al-Qaeda attacked Business target (Aug. 5, 2003, Indonesia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 17, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (May 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda attacked Diplomatic target (Apr. 27, 2004, Syria)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 28, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 12, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Din attacked NGO target (Apr. 8, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda attacked Government target (Oct. 12, 2003, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Government target (May 22, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda attacked Government target (May 30, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 14, 2004, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Apr. 18, 2004, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 17, 2004, Uganda)
• al-Qaeda attacked Other target (June 8, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (June 5, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Government target (June 14, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Business target (June 13, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda attacked Other target (June 13, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• Harakat ul-Mujahidin (HuM) attacked Diplomatic target (May 26, 2004, Pakistan)
• Harakat ul-Mujahidin (HuM) attacked Maritime target (May 25, 2004, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 20, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (May 24, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (May 17, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (May 10, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (May 4, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 27, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Hizb-I-Islami attacked Police target (Apr. 18, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 16, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 15, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 14, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 27, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Hizb-I-Islami and Taliban attacked Business target (June 10, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 13, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 7, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (June 2, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (June 20, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (June 21, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (June 17, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 22, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Jaish-ul-Muslimin attacked Diplomatic target (June 24, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (June 26, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 25, 2004, Afghanistan)
• al-Nasireen attacked Tourists target (June 12, 2004, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 22, 2003, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (Oct. 22, 2003, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Utilities target (June 21, 2004, Algeria)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 11, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 11, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 8, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (July 8, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 6, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 5, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 4, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 13, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 31, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 27, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 17, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 15, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade and al-Islambouli Brigades of al-Qaeda attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 24, 2004, Russia)
• al-Qaeda attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 20, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 17, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade and al-Islambouli Brigades of al-Qaeda attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 31, 2004, Russia)
• Riyad us-Saliheyn Martyrs' Brigade attacked Educational Institutions target (Sept. 1, 2004, Russia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 28, 2004, Israel)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 26, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Educational Institutions target (June 29, 2004, Israel)
• Jemaah Islamiya (JI) attacked Diplomatic target (Sept. 9, 2004, Indonesia)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Aug. 6, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 4, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 6, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 17, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 19, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 1, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Aug. 29, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 10, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Sept. 10, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 10, 2004, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 22, 2004, Algeria)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2004, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Other target (July 25, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Usd Allah attacked Diplomatic target (July 23, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Other target (July 23, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (July 29, 2004, Iraq)
• The Holders of the Black Banners attacked Other target (July 21, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 4, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Business target (Sept. 15, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 13, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (June 29, 2004, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (July 6, 2004, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (July 5, 2004, Iraq)
• Karbala Brigades attacked Business target (July 2, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 7, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Other target (July 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Other target (July 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 11, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 11, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Utilities target (Sept. 30, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Utilities target (Sept. 30, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 3, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Oct. 8, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Unknown target (Oct. 11, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (Oct. 10, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Military target (Oct. 10, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Mansoorain attacked Police target (July 24, 2004, Kashmir)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 12, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 15, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 15, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 14, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Islambouli Brigades of al-Qaeda attacked Government target (July 30, 2004, Pakistan)
• Hikmatul Zihad attacked Government target (Aug. 22, 2004, Bangladesh)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 19, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 19, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 19, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Oct. 19, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 20, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Transportation target (Feb. 27, 2004, Philippines)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Business target (Oct. 15, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda attacked Business target (Dec. 17, 2003, Iraq)
• Abu Bakr al-Siddiq Fundamentalist Brigades attacked Other target (Oct. 28, 2004, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Sept. 16, 2004, Iraq)
• Saraya Usud al-Tawhid attacked Business target (Sept. 14, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 17, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2004, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Sept. 21, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 12, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 19, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 16, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 5, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 5, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 9, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (Oct. 9, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (Oct. 9, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (Oct. 9, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 8, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Oct. 8, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 8, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 6, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Mujahideen Army attacked Business target (Nov. 1, 2004, Iraq)
• Saraya al-Shuhuada al-jihadiyah fi al-Iraq attacked Journalists & Media target (Oct. 30, 2004, Iraq)
• Jemaah Islamiya (JI) and Tawhid Islamic Brigades attacked Tourists target (Oct. 7, 2004, Egypt)
• Battalion of the Martyr Abdullah Azzam attacked Tourists target (Oct. 7, 2004, Egypt)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 4, 2004, Indonesia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Unknown target (Oct. 31, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Other target (Nov. 3, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Resistance Brigades attacked Business target (Sept. 4, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (Sept. 2, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Diplomatic target (Aug. 8, 2004, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Aug. 23, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Movement of Holy Warriors attacked Other target (Aug. 17, 2004, Iraq)
• Abu al-Abbas attacked Journalists & Media target (Aug. 13, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Journalists & Media target (Aug. 20, 2004, Iraq)
• Mahdi Army attacked Journalists & Media target (Aug. 7, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Business target (July 29, 2004, Iraq)
• Fallujah Mujahideen attacked Business target (Sept. 6, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Aug. 31, 2004, Israel)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Other target (Aug. 23, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Business target (July 31, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Journalists & Media target (Aug. 20, 2004, Iraq)
• Brigades for the Defense of Holy Shrines attacked Government target (Aug. 17, 2004, Iraq)
• Saraya al-Shuhuada al-jihadiyah fi al-Iraq attacked Journalists & Media target (Aug. 13, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Divine Wrath Brigades attacked Government target (Aug. 26, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Unknown target (Sept. 12, 2004, Iraq)
• Bersatu attacked Utilities target (Apr. 7, 2001, Thailand)
• Bersatu attacked Tourists target (Jan. 6, 2001, Thailand)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 6, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Jihad attacked Government target (Nov. 10, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 9, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 28, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Business target (Oct. 28, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 19, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 19, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 20, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 26, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Army of the Followers of Sunni Islam attacked Other target (Sept. 13, 2004, Iraq)
• Brigades of the Victorious Lion of God attacked Business target (Sept. 5, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 20, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 20, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Other target (Aug. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Other target (Aug. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Other target (Aug. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• 1920 Revolution Brigades attacked Business target (Nov. 11, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 11, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 1, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 1, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 5, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 12, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 12, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda attacked Other target (May 12, 2003, Saudi Arabia)
• al-Qaeda attacked Other target (May 12, 2003, Saudi Arabia)
• al-Qaeda attacked Other target (May 12, 2003, Saudi Arabia)
• al-Qaeda attacked Business target (May 12, 2003, Saudi Arabia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 19, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 15, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 15, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 23, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Nov. 26, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 28, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 26, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 26, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 26, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 26, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Nov. 25, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 30, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 1, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Dec. 1, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 2, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 1, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 1, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 1, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 1, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 3, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 3, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 3, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 3, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 4, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 6, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 7, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 6, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 23, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 8, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 9, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 9, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 9, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 9, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 10, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 9, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 9, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 21, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Harakat ul-Mujahidin (HuM) and Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Government target (Oct. 25, 2004, Kashmir)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Dec. 13, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 11, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 11, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 13, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 13, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 13, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 14, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 14, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 14, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Islam attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 22, 2003, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 17, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 20, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 17, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 20, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 20, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda attacked Business target (Oct. 28, 2004, Pakistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Other target (Dec. 13, 2004, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 17, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 18, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Mujahideen Army attacked Business target (Dec. 15, 2004, Iraq)
• Divine Wrath Brigades attacked Government target (Dec. 19, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Dec. 3, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Dec. 3, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Nov. 6, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Nov. 6, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Nov. 6, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Nov. 6, 2004, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 22, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (June 24, 2003, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (June 24, 2003, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (June 24, 2003, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (June 24, 2003, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (June 24, 2003, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (June 24, 2003, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Police target (June 24, 2003, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Transportation target (Sept. 9, 2003, Israel)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 12, 2004, Philippines)
• Jemaah Islamiya (JI) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 13, 2004, Philippines)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Jan. 3, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 3, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 23, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 24, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) attacked Government target (Dec. 29, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) attacked Government target (Dec. 29, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 31, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 23, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 23, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 23, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 23, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 21, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 27, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 1, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 1, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 1, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 29, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 31, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 31, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 31, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 31, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Mujahideen Army attacked Business target (Dec. 13, 2004, Iraq)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Government target (Dec. 20, 2004, Uganda)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 13, 2004, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 4, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 4, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Salah al-Din Battalions attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 4, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 5, 2005, Iraq)
• Free People of Galillee attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 15, 2003, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 5, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 5, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 5, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 10, 2005, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Government target (Jan. 8, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 11, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 11, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 11, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 11, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Islam attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Jan. 12, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Nov. 16, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Nov. 16, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Hamas and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 13, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Jihad Group (Uzbekistan) attacked Diplomatic target (July 29, 2004, Uzbekistan)
• Islamic Jihad Group (Uzbekistan) attacked Government target (July 29, 2004, Uzbekistan)
• Islamic Jihad Group (Uzbekistan) attacked Diplomatic target (July 29, 2004, Uzbekistan)
• Taliban attacked Military target (Nov. 26, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Dec. 5, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Dec. 2, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Dec. 1, 2004, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 16, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 16, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 16, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Police target (July 16, 2004, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Jihad Brigades and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Islamic Resistance Brigades attacked Other target (Jan. 18, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Diplomatic target (Jan. 19, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 19, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 19, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 19, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (Jan. 18, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Jan. 19, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and Brigades of the Mujahideen in Iraq attacked Other target (Jan. 19, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Business target (Jan. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (Jan. 21, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Jan. 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (Sept. 30, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 26, 2005, Iraq)
• Ninawa Mujahideen in the city of Mosul attacked Government target (Jan. 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Government target (Jan. 22, 2005, Philippines)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 27, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 27, 2005, Iraq)
• Mahdi Army attacked Business target (Aug. 18, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Jan. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 31, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 31, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 31, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 31, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 31, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 31, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas and Islamic Jihad Jerusalem attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 1, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Takfir wa Hijra attacked Military target (Feb. 2, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Feb. 3, 2005, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Without Borders and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Journalists & Media target (Feb. 4, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Feb. 7, 2005, Iraq)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Government target (Jan. 19, 2005, Uganda)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Feb. 7, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Feb. 9, 2005, Iraq)
• Brigades of Imam al-Hassan al-Basri attacked Journalists & Media target (Feb. 9, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Military target (Feb. 8, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 9, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 11, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Feb. 13, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Other target (Jan. 27, 2005, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Transportation target (Feb. 14, 2005, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Feb. 14, 2005, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Transportation target (Feb. 14, 2005, Philippines)
• al-Ahwal Brigades attacked Other target (Feb. 21, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Journalists & Media target (Feb. 21, 2005, Iraq)
• Aden Abyan Islamic Army (AAIA) attacked Other target (Dec. 28, 1998, Yemen)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (Feb. 25, 2005, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Journalists & Media target (Feb. 23, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Feb. 28, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Feb. 28, 2005, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Military target (Mar. 2, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Business target (Feb. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Mar. 3, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Mar. 3, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Mar. 7, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Mar. 7, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Mar. 7, 2005, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Government target (Mar. 8, 2005, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Police target (Mar. 8, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Mar. 9, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Mar. 10, 2005, Iraq)
• Soldiers of the Prophet's Companions attacked Other target (Mar. 10, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Mar. 20, 2005, Iraq)
• Jund al-Sham and Military Wing of the Greater Syrian Army attacked Business target (Mar. 19, 2005, Qatar)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 23, 2005, Uganda)
• Protectors of Islam Brigade attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 23, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Mar. 28, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Feb. 20, 2005, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Police target (Mar. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (Mar. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Business target (Mar. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Jan. 16, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Other target (Jan. 15, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Jan. 24, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Mahdi Army attacked Business target (July 11, 2004, Iraq)
• Mahdi Army attacked Business target (July 27, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Apr. 5, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 5, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 17, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Mar. 17, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Other target (Mar. 9, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 30, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 29, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 7, 2005, Afghanistan)
• al-Mansoorain attacked Government target (Apr. 1, 2005, Kashmir)
• Save Kashmir Movement and al-Nasireen attacked Transportation target (Apr. 6, 2005, India)
• Barisan Revolusi Nasional Melayu Pattani (BRN) and Pattani United Liberation Organization (PULO) attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 4, 2004, Thailand)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 10, 2005, Iraq)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 26, 2005, Uganda)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 9, 2005, Uganda)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 9, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 10, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 16, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Military target (Apr. 19, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 20, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 25, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 25, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 27, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Islamic Army in Iraq and Mujahideen Army attacked Other target (Apr. 21, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (Apr. 21, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Apr. 20, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Apr. 27, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 25, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Hezbollah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 7, 2005, Israel)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Apr. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Dec. 31, 2004, Afghanistan)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Other target (Jan. 8, 2005, Bangladesh)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (May 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (May 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Apr. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Telecommunication target (Apr. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (May 4, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (May 6, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 5, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Bara bin Malek Brigades attacked Other target (May 6, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (May 7, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (May 8, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (May 11, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (May 11, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (May 10, 2005, Iraq)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 15, 2005, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 26, 2005, Uganda)
• Kata'ib al-Junayd al-Jihadiyah attacked Other target (May 15, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (May 15, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (May 15, 2005, Iraq)
• Islamic Glory Brigades in the Land of the Nile attacked Tourists target (Apr. 7, 2005, Egypt)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (May 18, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (May 17, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 5, 2005, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Educational Institutions target (May 5, 2005, Uganda)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 18, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (May 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (May 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 20, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (May 26, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Mar. 11, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Mar. 13, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 28, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 30, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (May 30, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (May 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (May 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (May 29, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (May 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Airports & Airlines target (June 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (June 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Bara bin Malek Brigades attacked Government target (June 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Arifeen attacked Government target (May 3, 2005, Kashmir)
• al-Nasireen attacked Government target (May 1, 2005, Kashmir)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 8, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Other target (May 18, 2005, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (June 1, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 28, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 17, 2005, Kashmir)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 11, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Diplomatic target (June 11, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 13, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 13, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 13, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Diplomatic target (June 13, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (June 14, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (June 14, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (June 14, 2005, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (June 16, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (June 16, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 19, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 19, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (June 19, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 20, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Soldiers of the Prophet's Companions attacked Journalists & Media target (June 18, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (June 20, 2005, Iraq)
• Jund Allah Organization for the Sunni Mujahideen in Iran attacked Government target (June 20, 2005, Iran)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 20, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 20, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 21, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 21, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Business target (June 22, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Transportation target (June 22, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (June 22, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 22, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (June 22, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Business target (June 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Police target (June 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (June 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army and Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (June 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (June 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (June 26, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 27, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 25, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 25, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 25, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 25, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (June 28, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 27, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 12, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 13, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 15, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (June 16, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (June 21, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (June 20, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 19, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (June 16, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (June 19, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 19, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Jagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (June 13, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Kach attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (June 29, 2005, Iraq)
• Harakat ul-Mujahidin (HuM) attacked Government target (June 19, 2005, Kashmir)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 5, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 3, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 3, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Diplomatic target (July 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Police target (June 18, 2005, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 2, 2005, Iraq)
• Jagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh attacked Journalists & Media target (June 28, 2005, Bangladesh)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (July 6, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 5, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (June 23, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 22, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (June 28, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (June 27, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (June 28, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 28, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 3, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 4, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (July 5, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 5, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 6, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 9, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 9, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Military target (July 10, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Business target (July 12, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 12, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 14, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Taliban attacked Business target (July 7, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (July 8, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (July 8, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 8, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 8, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (July 10, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 12, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 13, 2005, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (July 15, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 14, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 15, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (July 15, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (July 17, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 17, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 17, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (July 16, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (July 15, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 10, 2005, Uganda)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 16, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 17, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 18, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 19, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Government target (July 20, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Government target (July 20, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Other target (July 19, 2005, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 14, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 18, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (July 19, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 26, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Unknown target (July 28, 2005, Iraq)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade and Secret Organization of al-Qaeda in Europe attacked Transportation target (July 7, 2005, United Kingdom)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade and Secret Organization of al-Qaeda in Europe attacked Transportation target (July 7, 2005, United Kingdom)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade and Secret Organization of al-Qaeda in Europe attacked Transportation target (July 7, 2005, United Kingdom)
• Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigade and Secret Organization of al-Qaeda in Europe attacked Transportation target (July 7, 2005, United Kingdom)
• Imam Hussein Brigades attacked Government target (July 31, 2005, Iraq)
• Imam Hussein Brigades attacked Other target (July 30, 2005, Iraq)
• Imam Hussein Brigades attacked Other target (July 31, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Aug. 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 28, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 28, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Military target (July 29, 2005, Iraq)
• Jenin Martyr's Brigade attacked Police target (July 28, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 8, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Aug. 9, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Aug. 9, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Aug. 9, 2005, Iraq)
• Islamic Front for Iraqi Resistance - Salah-al-Din al-Ayyubi Brigades attacked Other target (Aug. 12, 2005, Iraq)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Transportation target (Aug. 10, 2005, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Aug. 10, 2005, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Business target (Aug. 10, 2005, Philippines)
• Battalion of the Martyr Abdullah Azzam and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Military target (Aug. 19, 2005, Jordan)
• Battalion of the Martyr Abdullah Azzam and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Airports & Airlines target (Aug. 19, 2005, Israel)
• Battalion of the Martyr Abdullah Azzam and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (Aug. 19, 2005, Jordan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 26, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 30, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (July 31, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 2, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 1, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 4, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 25, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Unknown target (Aug. 21, 2005, Algeria)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 4, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 8, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 14, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Transportation target (Aug. 14, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 28, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Jaish al-Taifa al-Mansoura attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 31, 2005, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (Apr. 9, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Sept. 5, 2005, Iraq)
• Green Brigade of the Prophet attacked Other target (Apr. 12, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Rage Brigade attacked Other target (May 3, 2004, Iraq)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Educational Institutions target (Aug. 4, 2005, Indonesia)
• Free Aceh Movement (GAM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 5, 2005, Indonesia)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (Sept. 7, 2005, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Other target (Sept. 7, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) attacked Other target (June 12, 2004, Saudi Arabia)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 14, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 18, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 18, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Transportation target (Aug. 19, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 21, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (July 8, 2004, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Other target (July 4, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (Aug. 1, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (Aug. 10, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (Aug. 14, 2004, Iraq)
• Tawhid and Jihad attacked Other target (Sept. 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) attacked Other target (Sept. 15, 2004, Iraq)
• The Group for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice attacked Other target (Sept. 11, 2005, Iraq)
• Jaish al-Taifa al-Mansoura attacked Government target (Sept. 13, 2005, Iraq)
• Abu Bakr al-Siddiq Fundamentalist Brigades attacked Other target (Sept. 15, 2004, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2005, Iraq)
• Jund al-Sham attacked Journalists & Media target (Sept. 15, 2005, Lebanon)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Government target (Sept. 1, 2005, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 15, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 23, 2005, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 15, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 24, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 26, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 21, 2005, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Military target (Sept. 28, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Oct. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Oct. 2, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 30, 2005, Algeria)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Oct. 5, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Oct. 6, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 25, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 27, 2005, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 11, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (Oct. 17, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Journalists & Media target (Oct. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Journalists & Media target (Oct. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Diplomatic target (Oct. 20, 2005, Iraq)
• Jihad Pegah and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Oct. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• Jihad Pegah and al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Oct. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Oct. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Oct. 30, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Nov. 1, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Nov. 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Sept. 15, 2005, Iraq)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Aug. 17, 2005, Bangladesh)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Nov. 2, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Journalists & Media target (Nov. 7, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Nov. 10, 2005, Iraq)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked NGO target (Nov. 5, 2005, Sudan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Government target (Oct. 30, 2005, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 30, 2005, Algeria)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 26, 2005, Israel)
• People's United Liberation Front (PULF) attacked Government target (Sept. 16, 2005, India)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 6, 2005, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 30, 2005, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 30, 2005, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 18, 2005, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 24, 2005, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Other target (Nov. 10, 2005, Israel)
• Partisans of the Sunni attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Nov. 24, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Nov. 22, 2005, Iraq)
• Saad bin Abi Waqas Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 29, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Nov. 25, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Dec. 1, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Dec. 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Aug. 31, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 31, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 1, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 13, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 15, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Utilities target (Sept. 17, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 18, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 18, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Sept. 20, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 23, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Dec. 1, 2005, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Other target (Dec. 6, 2005, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Dec. 6, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Dec. 6, 2005, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 10, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Utilities target (Oct. 14, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 19, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Oct. 23, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 26, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Oct. 28, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Oct. 29, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 9, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 7, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Nov. 14, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 11, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 10, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Nov. 20, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (Nov. 19, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (Nov. 29, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 27, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 5, 2005, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 9, 2005, Jordan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 9, 2005, Jordan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 9, 2005, Jordan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 11, 2005, Israel)
• Jaish al-Taifa al-Mansoura attacked Government target (Dec. 15, 2005, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 15, 2005, Israel)
• Asbat al-Ansar attacked Diplomatic target (Jan. 3, 2000, Lebanon)
• Asbat al-Ansar attacked Government target (June 8, 1999, Lebanon)
• Asbat al-Ansar attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 17, 2001, Lebanon)
• Asbat al-Ansar attacked Government target (Sept. 8, 1999, Lebanon)
• Asbat al-Ansar attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 5, 2003, Lebanon)
• Asbat al-Ansar attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 31, 1995, Lebanon)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Utilities target (Dec. 18, 2005, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 20, 2005, Israel)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Oct. 3, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (Oct. 4, 2005, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Nov. 26, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Dec. 2, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Dec. 16, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 15, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 23, 2005, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Dec. 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Government target (Dec. 26, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Dec. 28, 2005, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 23, 2005, Iraq)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 13, 2005, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 21, 2005, Uganda)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Nov. 18, 2005, Uganda)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Government target (Nov. 14, 2005, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 2, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Utilities target (Jan. 4, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Utilities target (Jan. 4, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Mansoorain attacked Government target (Oct. 18, 2005, Kashmir)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Oct. 18, 2005, Bangladesh)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 5, 2006, Iraq)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Government target (Nov. 2, 2005, Kashmir)
• Jihad in Sweden attacked Diplomatic target (Dec. 15, 2005, Sweden)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Police target (Nov. 8, 2005, Kashmir)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 9, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Jan. 9, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Mansoorain attacked Business target (Nov. 14, 2005, India)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Nov. 14, 2005, Bangladesh)
• al-Arifeen attacked Government target (Nov. 15, 2005, Kashmir)
• al-Arifeen attacked Business target (Nov. 16, 2005, Kashmir)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Nov. 29, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Dec. 1, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Jan. 5, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Jan. 8, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Dec. 7, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Fatah attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 28, 2005, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Dec. 15, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 27, 2005, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Dec. 29, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Jan. 16, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Police target (Jan. 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Jan. 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Jan. 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Jan. 18, 2006, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 15, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 13, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 13, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 13, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 19, 2006, Israel)
• Brigade of Ansar al-Tawhid Wa-Sunna attacked Other target (Jan. 24, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Government target (Jan. 26, 2006, Iraq)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Nov. 29, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Oct. 3, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Jamatul Mujahedin Bangladesh attacked Government target (Oct. 3, 2005, Bangladesh)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Nov. 14, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 23, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Dec. 23, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Oct. 16, 2005, Afghanistan)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Jan. 30, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Jan. 27, 2006, Iraq)
• People's United Liberation Front (PULF) attacked Government target (Jan. 2, 2006, India)
• Taliban attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (Jan. 14, 2006, Afghanistan)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 27, 2006, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 16, 2006, Algeria)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Feb. 6, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Feb. 8, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 12, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Feb. 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 6, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 6, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 7, 2006, Israel)
• Salah al-Din Battalions attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 8, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Jan. 31, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 3, 2006, Israel)
• Mujahadi Bayt al-Maqdis Brigades attacked NGO target (Dec. 28, 2005, West Bank/Gaza)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Feb. 16, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Feb. 16, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Feb. 20, 2006, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 9, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Utilities target (Feb. 14, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 15, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 12, 2006, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Feb. 22, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Feb. 22, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Feb. 23, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Feb. 28, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Mar. 1, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Mar. 4, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Mar. 11, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Journalists & Media target (Mar. 11, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Utilities target (Feb. 23, 2006, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Terrorists/Former Terrorists target (Feb. 21, 2006, Algeria)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 1, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 9, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 10, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 14, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 20, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 20, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 22, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Police target (Jan. 28, 2006, West Bank/Gaza)
• al-Qaeda attacked Utilities target (Feb. 24, 2006, Saudi Arabia)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Mar. 19, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Mar. 21, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Military target (Mar. 27, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Mar. 28, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Government target (Mar. 29, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Government target (Mar. 24, 2006, Algeria)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 1, 2006, Algeria)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Apr. 9, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Apr. 12, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Apr. 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Ingush Jama'at Shariat attacked Government target (Mar. 29, 2006, Russia)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (Apr. 23, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 23, 2006, Algeria)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (Apr. 26, 2006, Iraq)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 28, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 17, 2006, Israel)
• Jemaah Islamiya (JI) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Oct. 1, 2005, Indonesia)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Government target (Dec. 13, 2001, India)
• Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Government target (Mar. 27, 2006, Philippines)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Feb. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Feb. 1, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 14, 2006, Israel)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Mar. 12, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Mar. 28, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 18, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 24, 2006, Israel)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 31, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Apr. 2, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (Apr. 13, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 26, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 28, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 30, 2006, Israel)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Feb. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Feb. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Feb. 4, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Feb. 7, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Feb. 7, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Feb. 9, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Feb. 15, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Feb. 16, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Feb. 19, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Feb. 21, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 4, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Diplomatic target (Mar. 5, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 5, 2006, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 9, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 13, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 17, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Mar. 17, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 18, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 18, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Mar. 20, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 30, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 2, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 2, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Apr. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 4, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 5, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Apr. 6, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 10, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 14, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 15, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 4, 2006, Israel)
• al-Qaeda attacked Government target (Feb. 3, 2006, Bangladesh)
• al-Qaeda attacked Government target (Feb. 3, 2006, Bangladesh)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 16, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 23, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 27, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 28, 2006, Israel)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (May 14, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Business target (Apr. 22, 2006, Algeria)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Mar. 1, 2006, Pakistan)
• Banner of Islam attacked Diplomatic target (May 16, 2006, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Other target (Apr. 26, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Mar. 27, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (Mar. 21, 2006, Israel)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (May 21, 2006, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 4, 2006, Pakistan)
• al-Arifeen attacked Government target (Apr. 6, 2006, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 20, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Apr. 22, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 23, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 22, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Apr. 22, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 24, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Telecommunication target (Apr. 28, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 30, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Apr. 17, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Apr. 18, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 2, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (May 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (May 8, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 8, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 9, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 15, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 16, 2006, Israel)
• Jaish-ul-Muslimin attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 9, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Unknown target (May 14, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 18, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2006, Israel)
• al-Fath al-Mubin Troops attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 19, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 21, 2006, Israel)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Land of the Two Rivers attacked Other target (May 28, 2006, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 1, 2006, Israel)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Jammu and Kashmir Islamic Front attacked Police target (Apr. 14, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Police target (Apr. 14, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Police target (Apr. 14, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 14, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Police target (Apr. 14, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) and Jamiat ul-Mujahedin (JuM) attacked Police target (Apr. 14, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (Apr. 16, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jammu and Kashmir Islamic Front and al-Arifeen attacked Government target (Apr. 17, 2006, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Police target (Apr. 20, 2006, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 25, 2006, Pakistan)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Apr. 30, 2006, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Telecommunication target (Apr. 30, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (May 1, 2006, Pakistan)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (May 3, 2006, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 6, 2006, Pakistan)
• People's United Liberation Front (PULF) attacked Government target (May 7, 2006, India)
• al-Mansoorain attacked Police target (May 11, 2006, Kashmir)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Diplomatic target (June 3, 2006, Iraq)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) and al-Mansoorain attacked Government target (May 21, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (May 22, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (May 22, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (May 22, 2006, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Police target (May 24, 2006, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 15, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 17, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 31, 2006, Israel)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (May 30, 2006, Kashmir)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 27, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 30, 2006, Israel)
• Kata'ib al-Khoul attacked Government target (Apr. 20, 2006, Russia)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 21, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (May 22, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 23, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 22, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (May 24, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (May 24, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (May 26, 2006, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (May 25, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (May 26, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (May 28, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (May 30, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Sheikh Ahmed Yassin Brigades attacked Educational Institutions target (Apr. 5, 2004, Canada)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (June 10, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (June 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (June 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (June 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (June 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (June 13, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Imam Ali Brigades attacked Other target (June 15, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (June 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (June 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (June 18, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Other target (June 19, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (June 25, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (June 25, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 1, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 20, 2006, Algeria)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 5, 2006, Sudan)
• Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) attacked NGO target (July 5, 2006, Sudan)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (July 10, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq and Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (July 11, 2006, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Other target (June 2, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 4, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (June 5, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 7, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (June 7, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (July 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (July 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 8, 2006, Israel)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 8, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 9, 2006, Israel)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (June 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 12, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 13, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Airports & Airlines target (June 15, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 14, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 14, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 15, 2006, Israel)
• Abu al-Rish Brigades and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 15, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 18, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 18, 2006, Israel)
• Runda Kumpalan Kecil (RKK) attacked Government target (June 15, 2006, Thailand)
• Runda Kumpalan Kecil (RKK) attacked Government target (June 15, 2006, Thailand)
• Runda Kumpalan Kecil (RKK) attacked Unknown target (June 15, 2006, Thailand)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 20, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 22, 2006, Israel)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (June 16, 2006, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 17, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (June 18, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 22, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (June 24, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 26, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 29, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 30, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 30, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 23, 2006, Israel)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Business target (July 16, 2006, Iraq)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 6, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 7, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 9, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 11, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (June 12, 2006, Israel)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 18, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) attacked Government target (Feb. 16, 1999, Uzbekistan)
• Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) attacked Government target (Feb. 16, 1999, Uzbekistan)
• Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) attacked Government target (Feb. 16, 1999, Uzbekistan)
• Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) attacked Government target (Feb. 16, 1999, Uzbekistan)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (July 18, 2006, Iraq)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 9, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 7, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 8, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Airports & Airlines target (July 8, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 8, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 7, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 7, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 6, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 5, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Unknown target (July 5, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 4, 2006, Israel)
• Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 1, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 1, 2006, Israel)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (July 1, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (July 4, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 4, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 5, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 9, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 9, 2006, Afghanistan)
• 1920 Revolution Brigades attacked Utilities target (July 25, 2006, Iraq)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Tourists target (July 11, 2006, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Tourists target (July 11, 2006, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Tourists target (July 11, 2006, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Tourists target (July 11, 2006, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (July 15, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 17, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 23, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban and al-Qaeda attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 23, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Utilities target (July 25, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (July 29, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (July 31, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (July 28, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (July 19, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (July 19, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (July 19, 2006, Kashmir)
• Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 19, 2006, Kashmir)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (July 30, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (July 31, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Aug. 2, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 3, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Aug. 4, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 4, 2006, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 5, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 9, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 9, 2006, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 10, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Aug. 8, 2006, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 7, 2006, Pakistan)
• Soldiers of the Prophet's Companions attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 10, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Police target (Aug. 17, 2006, Iraq)
• Kata'ib al-Khoul attacked Police target (July 19, 2006, Russia)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Aug. 15, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 14, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Aug. 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Aug. 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (Aug. 12, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 12, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Police target (Aug. 20, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 19, 2006, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 15, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (Aug. 17, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (Aug. 17, 2006, Kashmir)
• Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) attacked Police target (Aug. 17, 2006, Kashmir)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Aug. 20, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 22, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Imam Hussein Brigades attacked Other target (Aug. 26, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Utilities target (Aug. 25, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 25, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 24, 2006, Iraq)
• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Police target (Aug. 29, 2006, Algeria)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Aug. 30, 2006, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 30, 2006, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Aug. 31, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Aug. 27, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 29, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 27, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Aug. 28, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Aug. 27, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 2, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 3, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 1, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 6, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 1, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 1, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 5, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Government target (Sept. 10, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Sept. 11, 2006, Pakistan)
• Taliban attacked Business target (Sept. 11, 2006, Pakistan)
• Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) attacked Government target (June 12, 2005, Tajikistan)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 28, 2006, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 13, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked NGO target (Sept. 16, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Aug. 30, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Aug. 30, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Aug. 31, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 1, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 3, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 3, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 6, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 7, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 8, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 9, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Journalists & Media target (Sept. 9, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 9, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Sept. 12, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 13, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Other target (Sept. 18, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Sept. 18, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 20, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 21, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 21, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Government target (Sept. 21, 2006, Iraq)
• Soldiers of the Prophet's Companions attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Sept. 23, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 24, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Sept. 26, 2006, Iraq)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Sept. 26, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 27, 2006, Iraq)
• Mujahideen Shura Council attacked Police target (Sept. 28, 2006, Iraq)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 14, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Holy Jihad Brigades attacked Journalists & Media target (Aug. 14, 2006, West Bank/Gaza)
• Abu Mus'ab al-Zarqawi Battalion attacked Diplomatic target (Sept. 12, 2006, Syria)
• Taliban attacked Police target (Sept. 13, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Educational Institutions target (Sept. 21, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2006, Israel)
• Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) and Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 31, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 30, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 30, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 28, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 28, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 26, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 26, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 26, 2006, Israel)
• Hamas attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 25, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 25, 2006, Israel)
• Abu al-Rish Brigades and Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 24, 2006, Israel)
• Abu al-Rish Brigades and Popular Resistance Committees attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 24, 2006, Israel)
• Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) attacked Private Citizens & Property target (July 24, 2006, Israel)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) and Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) attacked Unknown target (Aug. 28, 2006, Philippines)
• Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) attacked Unknown target (Aug. 17, 2006, Philippines)
• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Oct. 4, 2006, Iraq)
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• al-Qaeda Organization in the Islamic Maghreb attacked Private Citizens & Property target (Dec. 10, 2006, Algeria)
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• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Police target (Nov. 9, 2006, Iraq)
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• Ansar al-Sunnah Army attacked Utilities target (Nov. 12, 2006, Iraq)
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• Taliban attacked Business target (Nov. 26, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Taliban attacked Other target (Nov. 26, 2006, Afghanistan)
• Harakat ul-Mujahidin (HuM) attacked Police target (Nov. 2, 2006, Kashmir)
• People's United Liberation Front (PULF) attacked Government target (Nov. 3, 2006, India)
• Taliban attacked Religious Figures/Institutions target (Nov. 3, 2006, Pakistan)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Police target (Dec. 2, 2006, Iraq)
• Islamic Army in Iraq attacked Police target (Dec. 2, 2006, Iraq)
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Lysis said...

Mindmechanic;

Yes, indeed I am. And I blamed David Duke from being a KKK member when he openly proclaimed himself so.

Weak campaigns by Republicans are indeed lamentable – but that does not excuse the stupidity of someone who supports the War on Terror or is against abortion voting for a Democrat. In this Democratic Republic the parties in power do have power. We must not support out of petty peevishness individuals whose policies that we disdain.

Rumpole said...

Dan,

Thanks again for your graciousness. I appreciate the latitude you have given in allowing me to “continue to get snide with (you).” If it’s O.K., I’ll use that latitude at my leisure.

By the way, I miss the anonymy.

I will happily attempt to address your most recent post. I will not respond in any particular order to your comments. If I miss something, it will be because I feel like I’ve gone on too long.

Your most recent post is littered with assumptions. The weakest of these are the comments that attempt to carry out a pre-emptive strike against what you anticipate my response to be. Here is a specific example:

“You can claim that all of Matheson's votes that you agree with were strategic (abortion, military funding, etc., etc., etc.), you have nothing to back that up with. Your ONLY argument is that he is a democrat.”

Where have I made such a claim? Do you anticipate that I will make this claim? Here is what I HAVE claimed:

“I do not claim to know the heart and mind of Jim Matheson; but it is no more a stretch to believe his vote on the funding bill as nothing more than empty rhetoric safely pandering to his base at home, than it is a stretch to believe him to be sincere.”

Here is a striking difference in our position, and it is a difference that YOU have misrepresented. You have written:

“It seems that someone who truly tries to vote their own beliefs can’t win.”

You also comment:

“I have made claims about Matheson that can be backed up by fact.”

Where is this “fact” Dan? Is it in Matheson’s own words? How do you know if he truly speaks his position or if he is pandering to his base?

I thoroughly enjoy the man who votes his own beliefs (i.e. the President, Lieberman, and though he is a kook, even Rocky Anderson); the climate of the two-party system, however, creates the need for more than Matheson’s (or any elected official’s) own words; I need to see actions, and I need to see those actions with Matheson putting everything on the line, just as the President, and Lieberman, and even Rocky Anderson have.

You suggest that Matheson is against timetables. John Kerry also voted for the war before he voted against the war. Bill Clinton’s wife supported the war before she opposed the war. As I said before, it is no more a stretch to believe that Matheson is pandering then it is to believe him to be sincere.

I do not yet accept that Matheson supports the war on terror. The jury is still out on that question. You have already been given the litmus test to determine if Matheson is truly a stand-up guy. Here it is again:

“Let’s wait to see how Matheson votes when every vote counts; let’s see how he votes when the party line vote is called in by party leadership; let’s see how he votes when he is called on to “take one for the team.”

I absolutely acknowledge that because of the inner-workings of Washington I will not give him the benefit of the doubt until he passes my litmus test. If he does, I will jump for joy that another man of principle has been discovered among our elected officials.

This wasn’t even the fun part. I’m looking forward to discussing the inner-workings of Washington, along with Lieberman.

Rumpole said...

Dan,

I have a spare minute. Now let’s talk about the inner-workings of Washington. As to those workings, you offer:

“You definitely know how the system works, but you don't seem to grasp why it works that way. Its because of people like you who continue down the party line. Who can't seem to accept that not everyone that is part of a party must accept or believe the same thing. And as long as people continue to vote with that thought, the party heads will have the power to dictate what happens.You definitely know how the system works, but you don't seem to grasp why it works that way. Its because of people like you who continue down the party line.”

People like me? Boy Dan, that sure seems to be a great way to “attack an argument!”

But hey, let me explain to you why “people like me” follow the course that we do. Do you remember the last time a third party candidate mounted a successful campaign? Ross Perot, a self-centered, ego-maniacal crackpot determined who won the Presidential election.

Did you note that I said his campaign was successful? Perot didn’t really care if he became President. Oh, he would have loved it if he had won, but more importantly to him, George H. W. Bush lost. And sadly, the man who won did so without the backing of the majority of the people. Bill Clinton won with a plurality, not with a majority.

The two-party system certainly has its failings. But what would you replace it with? Three parties? Four? Should we then become Great Britain? Even with all its failings, the two-party system indeed allows for a majority to rule. Is your aim to have the minority rule?

And how is Lieberman a perfect example of this? How does Joe Lieberman represent that “his constituents realized that it was THEIR choice, not the dems, not the repugs, THEIR choice who was going to represent them”?

Quite to the contrary, Lieberman chose “former Party” over his core beliefs. Who was it again that Lieberman voted for as majority leader of the senate, as Lysis has so ably pointed out? Was it Bill First, the senator that supports the President on the war on terror, or was it spineless Harry Reid, the Democrat?

In further illustration of my point, what is the defining issue of our time, the issue that caused the rift between Lieberman and the Democratic Party? What is the defining issue of this Presidency? It is the war! But when push came to shove, Lieberman, even after running as an independent because of an openly demonstrated rift over that defining issue, chose “party” over “ideology.”

You have offered on Lieberman that “he is the biggest example of how things should work in the entire country.” Yeah, sure Dan, that’s what I want see: Business as usual.

If you don’t live Matheson’s district; you ought to. Then you would have opportunity to join the ranks of those who are fooled by partisan politics.

Lost Angel said...

Ok so then Lysis, so please inform me on who is the honest president of the Untied States of America...Would your response be George Washington? because of his most famous quote..."i cannot tell a lie!" or would it be Abraham Lincoin? with his "Honest Abe" reputation? I am sorry to say but there has never been an honest president and there will never be, even if Mitt Romney was to become president (god forbid that should ever happen) then you might see a new trend on how the COJC (church of Jesus christ) views on political statures. No one is honest, because every word from the human mouth is a lie

Brazilboy said...

pettifogge?

Dan Simpson said...

this is a lie.

Lysis said...

Lost Angle;

George Washington led a rag-tag army to defeat the worlds most powerful nation (Britain) then turned down the crown; making him – as George the Third himself predicted - the greatest man in the world. Washington then went on to preside over the delegates from all the states to write the Constitution of the United States – the most successful Constitution in history - which has brought freedom and hope to billions; no one else could have done that. He then served two terms as America’s greatest President until Ronald Reagan and then step down; setting the precedent for voluntary transfer of power that not even Rome had been able to achieve.

Abraham Lincoln led America through its darkest hour – saved the union, and freed the Slaves – as the “Major” used to say, if it hadn’t been for Abraham Lincoln; Washington would have been the father of twins.

Please refer to the vast examples of the failures and evils perpetrated by Jimmy Carter posted above. Lincoln and Washington have no need to lie about their greatness, their lives and Presidencies shout their greatness into eternity. Carter lived and died by the lie – and his adnominal failure is his only claim to fame.

Carter’s failings and lies have been listed in column after column, post after post in this string. I challenge you to list Lincoln’s and Washington’s lies and then stand by for the just explanations of any such phony claims.

Lost Angle – you are well named. The first and foremost of “lost angles” is the father of all lies you know!

Brazilboy;

Pettifogger 1. Somebody who argues over details. Sombody who argues or fusses over trivia and details. 2. Insignificant lawyer; a lawyer whose practice is small or insignificant.

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