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Titel    Riyadh compound bombings
Datum    11. February 2007
URL    http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Riyadh_compound_bombings&oldid=107404494

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3.7.2 Case 2: Riyadh Bombing Terrorists Network [FN 19]

The Riyadh bombings took place on May 12, 2003, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The bombing involved suicide attacks, attributed to Al Qaeda, were the first of several "spectacular attacks" carried out by that group in 2003, and reported as the terrible attack on Americans that year. In the attack 35 people were killed, and over 160 injured.

It is reported that on May 12, when much of Riyadh was asleep, four vehicles drove through Riyadh (two cars, a pickup, and an SUV). Two carried heavily armed assault teams and three of them were packed with explosives. Their targets were three compounds: The Dorrat Al Jadawel, the Al Hamra Oasis Village, and the Vinnell Corporation Compound. It is very important to point that all compounds contained large numbers of Americans and Westerners.

It is reported that around 11:15 PM, a car packed with explosives and five or six terrorists, attempted to enter to the Jadawel compound's back gate area. As the guards approached to check the vehicle, the terrorists abruptly opened fire, killing one Saudi Air Force policeman and one un-armed Saudi civilian security guard. The attackers’ bunched gunfire violently as they attacked the inner compound gate, injuring two other security guards, one of whom managed to secure the gates before fleeing. While the terrorists were still attempting to get inside the compound, their massive explosive suddenly exploded as reported on the media, killing all of the terrorists and a Filipino worker.

At the Al Hamra Oasis Village and the Vinnell Corp. compound, the terrorists shot the security guards outside the compound gates. After that they opened the gates with the security controls and a second team of terrorists drove their trucks into the compounds.

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[FN 19] The most of the text is taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riyadh_Compound_Bombings

Riyadh compound bombings

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The Riyadh compound bombings took place on May 12, 2003, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. These suicide attacks, attributed to al-Qaeda, were the first of several "spectacular attacks" carried out by that group in 2003, and the deadliest attack on Americans that year. Altogether, some 35 people were killed, and over 160 wounded.

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Late on May 12, while much of Riyadh was asleep, four vehicles drove through Riyadh; two cars, a pickup, and an SUV. Two carried heavily armed assault teams and three of them were packed with explosives. Their targets were three compounds: The Dorrat Al Jadawel, a compound owned by MBI International and Partners, the Al Hamra Oasis Village, and the Vinnell Corporation Compound, a compound owned by a Virginia-based defense contractor that was training the Saudi National Guard. All contained large numbers of Americans and Westerners.

Around 11:15 PM, a car packed with explosives and five or six terrorists, quietly attempted to gain entry to the Jadawel compound's back gate area. As the guards approached to inspect the vehicle, the terrorists suddenly opened fire, immediately killing one Saudi Air Force policeman and one unarmed Saudi civilian security guard. The attackers sprayed gunfire wildly as they assaulted the inner compound gate, wounding two other unarmed security guards, one of whom managed to secure the gates before fleeing. While the terrorists were still attempting to get inside the compound, their massive explosive charge suddenly detonated, killing all of the attackers and a Filipino worker.

At the Al Hamra Oasis Village and the Vinnell Corp. compound, the assault teams shot the security guards outside the compound gates. They then opened the gates with the security controls and a second team drove their trucks into the compounds.

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[As] they fired roughly, they shouted phrases like "God is Great!". Then they exploded both of their bombs, destroying the compounds.

It was reported that at least 26 people died, including 09 US citizens. The fatalities contained seven Saudis, three Filipinos, two Jordanians, and one each from Australia, Britain, Ireland, Lebanon and Switzerland.

It was also mentioned that, nine suicide bombers died, bringing the entire fatalities from the attacks to 35. In the incident more than 160 other people were injured, including more than two dozen US Citizens.

As they fired wildly, they screamed phrases like "God is Great!". They then detonated both of their bombs, devastating the compounds.

Altogether at least 26 people died, including nine Americans. The nationalities of the other dead were seven Saudis, three Filipinos, two Jordanians, and one each from Australia, Britain, Ireland, Lebanon and Switzerland. In addition, nine suicide bombers died, bringing the entire toll from the attacks to 35. More than 160 other people were injured, including more than two dozen Americans.

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