2005 Amman bombings

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The 2005 Amman bombings were a series of coordinated bomb attacks on three hotel lobbies in Amman, Jordan, on 9 November 2005.wikipedia
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Amman

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The 2005 Amman bombings were a series of coordinated bomb attacks on three hotel lobbies in Amman, Jordan, on 9 November 2005.
On 9 November 2005, Al-Qaeda under Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's leadership launched coordinated explosions in three hotel lobbies in Amman, resulting in 60 deaths and 115 injured.

Moustapha Akkad

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Seven hotel employees were killed in this blast, as were Syrian-American movie producer Moustapha Akkad and his daughter, Rima.
He was killed along with his daughter Rima Al Akkad Monla in the 2005 Amman bombings.

Jordan

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The 2005 Amman bombings were a series of coordinated bomb attacks on three hotel lobbies in Amman, Jordan, on 9 November 2005.
Al-Qaeda under Abu Musab al-Zarqawi's leadership launched coordinated explosions in three hotel lobbies in Amman on 9 November 2005, resulting in 60 deaths and 115 injured.

Tanzim Qaidat al-Jihad fi Bilad al-Rafidayn

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Al-Qaeda in Iraq was quick to claim the attack.
In the most deadly, suicide bombs killed 60 people in Amman, Jordan on 9 November 2005.

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

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Muasher also said that she was the sister of a close aide of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
He is also thought to be responsible for the 2005 bombing of three hotels in Amman, Jordan.

Sajida al-Rishawi

Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi
At the Radisson SAS Hotel (now known as the "Landmark Hotel"), two suicide bombers (a husband and wife team—Ali Hussein Ali al-Shamari and Sajida Mubarak Atrous al-Rishawi)—entered the Philadelphia Ballroom, where Ashraf Akhras and his bride, Nadia Al-Alami, were celebrating their wedding with around 900 Jordanian and Palestinian guests.
She was convicted of possessing explosives and intending to commit a terrorist act in the November 9, 2005 Amman bombings in Jordan that killed 60 people and injured 115 others, having survived when her explosive belt failed to detonate.

Ali Hussein Ali al-Shamari

They were Ali Hussein Ali al-Shamari (SAS Radisson), Rawad Jassem Mohammed Abed (Grand Hyatt), and Safaa Mohammed Ali (Days Inn).
Ali Hussein Ali al-Shamari was an Iraqi militant, apparently one of the people who carried out the 2005 Amman bombings at the Radisson Hotel.

Safaa Mohammed Ali

They were Ali Hussein Ali al-Shamari (SAS Radisson), Rawad Jassem Mohammed Abed (Grand Hyatt), and Safaa Mohammed Ali (Days Inn).
Safaa Mohammed Ali (1982-November 9, 2005) is an Iraqi militant who carried out the 2005 Amman bombings.

Abdullah II of Jordan

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On November 13, King Abdullah announced the arrest of a woman believed to be a fourth would-be suicide bomber, whose explosive belt failed to detonate.
Al-Qaeda in Iraq founder Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi claimed responsibility for a terrorist attack in Amman on 9 November 2005.

Muath al-Kasasbeh

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Rishawi was executed in February 2015 in response to the murder of Jordanian air force pilot Muath al-Kasasbeh by ISIL.
Originally, it was proposed to trade him and a kidnapped Japanese journalist, Kenji Goto, for Sajida al-Rishawi, a failed Iraqi suicide bomber incarcerated in Jordan since she took part in the 2005 Amman hotel bombings, and sentenced to death.

2000 millennium attack plots

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The hotel was actually targeted in the 2000 millennium attack plots nearly 6 years prior, but the plan was foiled.
The Radisson SAS hotel in Amman, Jordan, which was the target of a millennium attack plot, was one of three hotels in the city that were bombed by al-Qaeda in 2005.

Explosion

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The explosions at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, the Radisson SAS Hotel, and the Days Inn started at around 20:50 local time (18:50 UTC) at the Grand Hyatt.

Hyatt

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The explosions at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, the Radisson SAS Hotel, and the Days Inn started at around 20:50 local time (18:50 UTC) at the Grand Hyatt.

Radisson Hotels

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The explosions at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, the Radisson SAS Hotel, and the Days Inn started at around 20:50 local time (18:50 UTC) at the Grand Hyatt.

Days Inn

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The explosions at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, the Radisson SAS Hotel, and the Days Inn started at around 20:50 local time (18:50 UTC) at the Grand Hyatt.

Diplomat

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The three hotels are frequented by foreign diplomats.

Syrian Americans

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Seven hotel employees were killed in this blast, as were Syrian-American movie producer Moustapha Akkad and his daughter, Rima.

Halloween (franchise)

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Akkad, who is best known for producing the Halloween series of slasher films, was also the producer of Mohammad, Messenger of God.

Slasher film

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Akkad, who is best known for producing the Halloween series of slasher films, was also the producer of Mohammad, Messenger of God.

The Message (1976 film)

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Akkad, who is best known for producing the Halloween series of slasher films, was also the producer of Mohammad, Messenger of God.

Saladin

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At the time of his death, he was in the early stages of producing a film about Saladin, the Kurdish Muslim leader who expelled the Crusaders from the Levant.

Kurds

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At the time of his death, he was in the early stages of producing a film about Saladin, the Kurdish Muslim leader who expelled the Crusaders from the Levant.

Crusades

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At the time of his death, he was in the early stages of producing a film about Saladin, the Kurdish Muslim leader who expelled the Crusaders from the Levant.

Deputy prime minister

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Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister Marwan al-Muasher initially announced that at least 67 people had died and 300 people had been injured.

Iraqis

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The rest were six Iraqis, five Palestinians, four Americans, two Arab-Israelis, two Bahrainis, three Chinese delegates of the People's Liberation Army (PLA), one Saudi, and one Indonesian citizen.