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The Day of Terror was a planned follow-up to the 1993 World Trade Center attacks. Members of Brooklyn's al-Farook Mosque planned to bomb the United Nations headquarters, the FBI office, and several bridges and tunnels connecting Manhattan to the mainland. [1]

People Edit

Convictions Edit

From Global Jihad: [1]

  • Siddig Siddig Ali - Arrested while making a bomb. A 32 year old Sudanese immigrant and the ringleader of The “Day Of Terror” plot pleaded guilty on all charges and gave testimony as a state witness against the other defendants including the blind Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman. Siddig Siddig Ali was somehow connected to the spiritual leader of Sudan – Sheikh Hassan Turabi. His location today is unknown.
  • Ibrahim El Gabrowny - Arrested while making a bomb. 45, was convicted on 10 counts ranging from seditious conspiracy, assault on an officer of the United States, and identification documents fraud. He was sentenced to 57 years imprisonment
  • Tarig Elhassan - Arrested while making a bomb. 40, a Sudanese associated to Siddig Siddig Ali, was convicted on 3 counts including seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, and attempted bombing. He was sentenced to 35 years of imprisonment.
  • Mohamed Saleh - Arrested while making a bomb. 39, a Palestinian Hamas operative, was convicted of 3 counts including seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, and attempted bombing. He was sentenced to 35 years of imprisonment.
  • Fares Khallafalla - 33, was convicted of 3 counts including seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, and attempted bombing. He was sentenced to 30 years of imprisonment.
  • Amir Abdelgani - 35, was convicted of 3 counts including seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, and attempted bombing. Abdelgani was sentenced to 35 years of imprisonment.
  • Fadil Abdelgani - 33, related to Amir Abdelgani, was convicted of 3 counts including seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, and attempted bombing. He was sentenced to 25 years of imprisonment.
  • Victor Alverez - 29, was convicted of 5 counts including seditious conspiracy, bombing conspiracy, attempted bombing, interstate transportation of a firearm, and using a firearm in the commission of a felony. Alvarez was sentenced to 35 years of imprisonment.
  • Matarawy Mohammed Said Saleh - pleaded guilty to count 5: bombing conspiracy, and was sentenced to 3 years probation.
  • Earl Grant - a Jamaat al-Fukra member, pleaded guilty to count 1: conspiracy to transport explosives, and received 3 years probation.

Co-conspirators Edit

List of unindicted co-conspirators in "Day of Terror" trial From: http://www.peterlance.com/unindicteccoconspiratorlist.pdf

Also accused Edit

accused in the press of involvement: Template:Cn

  • Omar Abdel Rahman - imam of the Al-Farouq mosque
  • Clement Rodney Hampton-El

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 Day Of Terror Plot, http://www.globaljihad.net/view_page.asp?id=53

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