Security Incidents by Category |Timeline
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Attacks credibly attributed to or claimed credit by foreign terrorist groups or foreign intelligence agencies, or suspected despite denials by authorities
Does not include mysterious no-motive attacks by random persons with no obvious ties to any political movement or entity who act like politically motivated terrorists, or domestic terrorists even when aligned with foreign terrorist states.
- 2009 underwear bombing
- September 11, 2001 9-11 attacks
- May 27, 2010 — Adnan Mirza, a Pakistani, was convicted in May 2010 of providing funds to the Taliban and trained with others in the Houston area in use of the firearms.
- May 1, 2010 — Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani recently naturalized as a U.S. citizen unsuccessfully attempted to explode an explosives laden car in New York Times Square
- November 2009 Fort Hood Shootings. Major Nidal Hasan claimed he was killing on behalf of the Taliban
- April 2009 Binghamton shootings by Jiverly Wong.
September 2010 — Sami Samir Hassoun, a Lebanese immigrant, attempted to commit a terrorist act near the Chicago Wrigley Field stadium by planting a backpack that he believed contained a bomb in a trash can. He was sentenced to 23 years imprisonment in 2013. (Associated Press, May 31, 2013) fairus
fairus May 1, 2010 — Faisal Shahzad, a Pakistani recently naturalized as a U.S. citizen unsuccessfully attempted to explode an explosives laden car in New York Times Square. He was apprehended two days later after boarding a plane to fly to Dubai. The Pakistani Taliban claimed credit for the attempted terrorist act. Shahzad entered the United States on a student (F) visa in 1998. In 2002 he converted his status to a temporary worker on an H-2B visa valid for 6 years. In October 2008 he married a U.S. citizen and converted his status to legal permanent residence. (Wall Street Journal, May 4 2010)
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