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By Edward F. Mickolus
Spanning from 1950 to 2008, The Terrorist checklist: the center East alphabetically compiles key names, associates, and masterminds in the back of significant or minor terrorist acts or makes an attempt within the heart japanese area. even if taking part in a task as a pacesetter, conspirator, defendent, financier, detainee, or individual of curiosity, this easy-to-use set covers the important names linked to terrorism, supplying a powerful compilation on overseas terrorism.Connecting the dots on key contributors enthusiastic about overseas terrorism is more durable than pundits and armchair anaylysts could have you ever think. The Terrorist record offers the reader a public area pattern of the titanic quantity of knowledge terrorism analysts needs to sift via on a daily basis of their efforts to prevent the subsequent assault. Drawing upon 35 years of analysis, The Terrorist record offers info on terrorists pointed out in Mickolus's prior chronologies, plus fabrics culled from al-Qaeda in Iraq team of workers documents.
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Extra info for The Terrorist List 2 volumes : The Middle East (Praeger Security International)
Belal Ahmad Bin Aboud: alias Abu Al Zubear, a Moroccan from Tatwan who was born on August 28, 1981, and joined al Qaeda in Iraq as a martyr on November 10, 2006, bringing a passport and 1,500 lira. His recruitment coordinator was Sa’ad Abu Abd al Rahman Abu Usama. His brother’s phone number was 0021271691952; his father’s number was 0021263478804. Amro Badr Abouelmaati: alias of Amer el-Maati. Mohammed Abouhalima: On May 29, 1997, he was found guilty of helping his brother Mahmud with the World Trade Center bombing of February 26, 1993, by driving him to John F.
Israeli authorities said the duo had helped plan several suicide bomb attacks and attempts. They were killed by return ﬁre. They were identiﬁed as Ibrahim Abhara, age 28, and Warad Abhara, age 27. The al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades condemned the raid. Warad Abhara: age 27, one of two Palestinian gunmen killed by Israeli authorities on July 19, 2005, in the West Bank city of Yamoun, near Jenin (see “Ibrahim Abhara” entry). Hani ‘Abid: a leader of the Islamic Jihad Organization whose car exploded on November 2, 1994, in Khan Yunus, Gaza, killing him.
S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. Abdullah: alias of Vladimir Khodoyev. Abu Abdullah: accomplice of Ahmad Saeed, director of Human Concern International Peshawar, who was arrested by Pakistani authorities on the frontier with Afghanistan on December 3, 1995, on suspicion of ﬁnancing the November 19, 1995, truck bombing at the Egyptian embassy in Pakistan that killed 19 and wounded more than 80. He reportedly was in Khost, Afghanistan. Abu Abdullah: alias of Dr. Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah.