Future dates and anniversaries can often be used as a reason why terrorist’s carryout attacks. The 361 Terrorist and Security Report are displaying these dates for people’s awareness.
17 Nov 1997 – Egypt: Al-Gama al-Islamiyaya attacked the Temple of Hatshepsut in Luxor.
17 Nov 1973 – Greece: Student uprising quashed by the military and riot police, multiple dead and wounded; the 17 November terrorist group takes its name from this date and incident.
20 Nov 1979 – Saudi Arabia: The seizure of the Grand Mosque in Saudi Arabi was an armed attack and takeover by Islamist dissidents of the Al-Masjid al-Haram in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, the holiest place in Islam. The insurgents declared that the Mahdi, or redeemer of Islam, had arrived in the form of one of the insurgent leaders, Mohammed Abdullah al-Qahtani, and called on Muslims to obey him. The incident lasted until 4 Dec 1979.
26 Nov 2008 – India: Terrorists attack several sites in Mumbai; sieges end three days later.
30 Nov 1947- Palestine: Civil War in Mandatory Palestine started.
30 Nov 1967: Yemen Declaration of Independence from the United Kingdom.
Dates are taken from the NCTC terrorist calendar and 361 Security Significant dates.