Many Bosnians who commits acts of terror are not considered to be Islamist terrorists, but some have been.
4/24/2018 Crime in Italy Italian police arrest a Bosnian driver driving a van loaded with weapons bound for Barcelona. (The New York Times)
March 13, 2018 Zlatan Nnm Lukic Charged Breaking Homes Stealing Cars High on Meth Zlatan Nnm Lukic allegedly threw chair through a house window in Cannon Falls MN, and stole a woman's car after stealing and crashing another car earlier that night. His excuse was that he was high on meth for two days. The name is common in war-torn Bosnia “sketchy” man, wearing his hood partially over his face, knocked on her front door, just before 11:29 p.m. on March 13. She told him to go away. A short time later, Lukic threw a chair through the window to gain access to the woman’s garage;
Dusseldorf Train Station Mental Illness Not Terrorist Attack By Kosovo Ax Murderer Mar 10, 2017 · ninjapundit. Not So Random Unfortunate ... 2017 Dusseldorf Train Station Mental Illness Not Terrorist Ax Attack a suspect Fatmir H from Kosovo believed ...
Bosnian Muslim Attacks Jet Blue Flight Oct 26, 2015 · Bosnian Muslim Attacks Jet Blue Flight Attendant, Threatens To Blow Up Plane from JFK---As usual, there is no motive revealed by authorities.
Bosnian Drives Car Into Austria Crowds, No Terrorist Motive? Jun 22, 2015 · Bosnian Drives Car Into Austria Crowds, No Terrorist Motive---tags: muslim suspect, car hits people, mental illness, government rules out terrorism ... Bosnian Muslim Alen Rizvanović drove his car through the central shopping district of Graz, Austria in 2015, killing four. Despite evidence to the contrary, the incident was widely reported as a traffic accident in the Austrian media.
Feb 8, 2015 6 Bosnian immigrants indicted in alleged overseas terror ... www.latimes.com 6 Bosnian immigrants indicted in alleged overseas terror financing ring Indictment says secret network in U.S. used code names, sent money and supplies to militants in Syria, Iraq Syria and Iraq were known as "the beach." Weapons and violent activities were called "actions." Fellow supporters were "Bosnian Brothers" and "Lions." These code names are described in the indictment for six Bosnian immigrants who are now charged with sending money and supplies to terrorists in Syria and Iraq, according to federal court documents unsealed Friday. Five have been arrested, the Department of Justice said. A sixth remains at large.
February 6, 2015 Justice Dept Six Bosnian Natives Charged With Providing Material Support To Terrorists St. Louis, MO – The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Missouri announced that a federal indictment was unsealed earlier today charging six individuals with terrorist related crimes. Charged in the indictment are: RAMIZ ZIJAD HODZIC, his wife SEDINA UNKIC HODZI and ARMIN HARCEVIC, all of St. Louis County, Missouri; NIHAD ROSIC of Utica, New York; MEDIHA MEDY SALKICEVIC of Schiller Park, Illinois; and JASMINKA RAMIC of Rockford, Illinois. All defendants are charged with conspiring to provide material support and resources to terrorists, and with providing material support to terrorists. Ramiz Zijad Hodzic and Nihad Rosic are also charged with conspiring to kill and maim persons in a foreign country. All six individuals are natives of Bosnia who immigrated to the United States. Three had become naturalized citizens of the United States and the remaining three have either refugee or legal resident status. Five of the defendants are in the United States and have been arrested. A sixth defendant is overseas. Defendants Ramiz Hodzic and Sedina Hodzic made their initial appearance before a federal magistrate in St. Louis early this evening.
Hate crime victim: December 5, 2014 Attack on Bosnian woman by black teens near Bevo Mill is called a hate crime St. Louis Post-Dispatch St. Louis police call in the FBI to help investigate after a woman is assaulted by three black teens five days after a fatal hammer attack there which authorities dismissed any evidence of bias.
Bosnian Immigrant Does Bomb Threat @ Jacksonville Airport www.debbieschlussel.com
October 3, 2013 By Debbie Schlussel Zeljko Causevic should be made into instant U.S. citizens through amnesty. Causevic, an immigrant from Bosnia, became a naturalized U.S. citizen. And, now, he’s behind bars, after making a bomb threat at the Jacksonville’s airport. And the way it happened certainly makes it look like he was trying to perpetrate a “dry run” or testing the system. There’s a reason the Joint Terrorism Task Force is investigating this. Zeljko Causevic remained jailed Thursday on $1 million bail on charges that he falsely told a security screener he had a bomb in his backpack as he tried to enter the airport’s passenger area Tuesday night. That caused a five-hour closure at the airport, the cancellation of dozens of flights and the stranding of passengers overnight. The 39-year-old truck driver’s backpack only contained an electronic scale, two batteries and a microchip, Causevic told the agent he had a device in his backpack that was “supposed to be a bomb, but it’s not.” He also told authorities he had a “detonator,” which was a remote control device. “So you’re telling me you have a bomb?” Swan-Clark heard a TSA agent ask him. “And he responded yes, ‘I have a bomb.’” Authorities: Man arrested at Florida airport told TSA he ... fox news Oct 02, 2013 · A man originally from Bosnia told security screeners at the Jacksonville International Airport he had a bomb in his camouflage backpack, but they only ... Jealous girl makes false bomb threat that shut down ... www.bosniatoday Girl, who was arrested after she made a false bomb threat at Sarajevo Airport at Friday night, admitted to the police she did that out of jealous
March 11, 2000; A Bosnian Village's Terrorist Ties Links to U.S. Bomb Plot Arouse Concern About Enclave of Islamic Guerrillas By R. Jeffrey Smith Washington Post Foreign Service Saturday,
Washington and its allies have complained periodically about the mujaheddin... two months ago, when U.S. law enforcement authorities discovered that a handful of the men who have visited or lived in this area were associated with a suspected terrorist plot to bomb targets in the United States on New Year's Day....Among them was Karim Said Atmani, whom authorities have named as the document forger for a group of Algerians accused of plotting the bombings. He is a former roommate of Ahmed Ressam, the man arrested at the Canadian-U.S. border in mid-December with a carload of explosives, according to authoritative Western sources. Atmani has been a frequent visitor to Bosnia, most recently a few days after Ressam's arrest.