Terrorism in Uzbekistan
Terrorism in Uzbekistan is more prevalent than in any other Central Asian state. Prior to the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) posed the greatest threat to the Ka...
1999 Tashkent bombings
The 1999 Tashkent bombings occurred on 16 February when six car bombs exploded in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan. The bombs exploded over the course of an hour and a half, and targeted multiple g...
Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU, Uzbek: Ўзбекистон Исломий Ҳаракати/Oʻzbekiston Islomiy harakati) is a militant Islamist group formed in 1998 by the Islamic ideologue Tahir Yuldashev, and form...
2011 attack on the Israeli Embassy in Egypt
On 9 September 2011, several thousand protesters forcibly entered the Israeli embassy in Giza, Greater Cairo, after breaking down a recently constructed wall built to protect the compound. The protest...
1994 London Israeli Embassy attack
The 1994 London Israeli Embassy attack was a car bomb attack on 26 July 1994 against the Israeli embassy building in London. 20 civilians were injured.
A car packed with 20 to 30 pounds of explos...
1972 Israeli Bangkok Embassy hostage crisis
The 1972 Israeli Bangkok embassy hostage crisis, which took place during December 28, 1972, was a raid by a squad of Palestinian militants, belonging to the Black September militant organization, on t...
Huseyincan Celil
Huseyincan Celil (born March 1, 1969) is an Uyghur imam of Chinese and Canadian citizenship. He became the subject of a controversial court case in 2006 when he was arrested in Uzbekistan, extradited ...
Huseyincan Celil - Wikipedia
Hizb-an-Nusra
Hizb-an-Nusra (English: Party of Support) is an Islamist organization which the Uzbek government considers to be terrorist in nature that has operated in Uzbekistan since 1999. Members of Hizb ut-...
Andijan massacre
The Andijan massacre occurred when Uzbek Interior Ministry (MVD) and National Security Service (SNB) troops fired into a crowd of protesters in Andijan in Uzbekistan on 13 May 2005. Estimates of those...
Timeline of the 2011 Egyptian revolution under Supreme Council of the Armed Forces
The following is a chronological summary of the major events that occurred during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011, after Hosni Mubarak's resignation as the fourth President of Egypt, on 11 February 20...
Timeline of the 2011 Egyptian revolution under Supreme Council of the Armed Forces - Wikipedia