Abu Nidal
Sabri Khalil al-Banna (Arabic: صبري خليل البنا, May 1937 – 16 August 2002), known as Abu Nidal (أبو نضال), was the founder of Fatah – The Revolutionary Council (فتح المجلس الثوري), a militant Pal...
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Said Al Nasr
Said Al Nasr (born 1955) is a Syrian Palestinian, convicted in Belgium in 1980, for throwing two hand grenades into a group of Jewish children waiting for a bus in Antwerp on July 27, 1980.A 15-year o...
EgyptAir Flight 648
EgyptAir Flight 648 was a Boeing 737-200 airliner, registered SU-AYH, hijacked on November 23, 1985 by the terrorist organization Abu Nidal. The subsequent raid on the aircraft by Egyptian troops resu...
List of attacks attributed to Abu Nidal
Abu Nidal (Sabri al-Banna) was regarded as the most dangerous of the Palestinian political leaders. Abu Nidal, whose pseudonym means "father of struggle" (Abu meaning father and Nidal, a secular term,...
List of attacks attributed to Abu Nidal - Wikipedia
Gulf Air Flight 771
Gulf Air Flight 771 was a flight from Karachi, Pakistan to Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. On 23 September 1983, while the Boeing 737-2P6 was on approach to Abu Dhabi International Airport, a bomb ex...
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Silco incident
The Silco incident involves the kidnapping of the Belgian-French family Houtekins-Kets by Palestinian terrorists and the Libyan government from their yacht Silco in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea...
Shlomo Argov
Shlomo Argov (14 December 1929 – 23 February 2003) was a prominent Israeli diplomat. He was the Israeli ambassador to the United Kingdom whose attempted assassination led to the 1982 Lebanon War.
Rome and Vienna airport attacks
The Rome and Vienna airport attacks were two major terrorist strikes carried out on 27 December 1985.
At 08:15 GMT, four gunmen walked to the shared ticket counter for Israel's El Al Airlines and ...
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