These goos are from the Terrorism category, people famous for committing acts of terrorism. Browse another way.
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
He'd prefer me to list him under Government or Religion, seeing as how he has carved out a religious state from parts of two other nations, but the $10 million bounty on his head makes him a terrorist. Go »
Abu Musab al-Zarqawi
This serial killer has proven that cutting off the head doesn't necessarily kill the body. Go »
His favorite brick in the wall is the one in the middle. Go »
Ahmad Khan Rahimi
For three days, residents of New Jersey and Manhattan felt the explosive rage of this Afghan-born resident, whose own nickname was Mad. Go »
This young killer's day (after day) in court makes right now a trying time for Boston. Go »
A worldwide war can be kicked off with one assassination, as he proved a little over a century ago. Go »
This angry goo tried to blow up New York City, but he did take time off for the war. Go »
gunpowder is one way to express displeasure with Parliament, especially on November 5 Go »
Remember, remember, the fifth of November, when this sly fox nearly bombed the British empire into anarchy. Go »
Jamal Ahmad Mohammad Al Badawi
This Yemeni terrorist, who has been called the Mastermind of the bombing of the USS Cole, lived (barely) to see 2019. Go »
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed
the Kuwaiti architect of 9/11 and other plots might consider Cuba a permanent residence Go »
took a wrong turn on his way to do some last-minute Christmas shopping Go »
The essential ingredients baked into his plot like flour were jet fuel and martyrdom. Go »
Five years ago, he carried out an al Qaeda plot that would change the world at the cost of thousands of lives. Go »
Osama bin Laden
terrorist leader who got justice, ten years later Go »
Osama bin Laden
I'll bet he listens to a lot of Flavor Flav. That's okay; he doesn't scare me. Go »
This granddaughter became the world's most famous case of Stockholm syndrome. Go »
This RED goo is free to murder, kidnap and terrorize since his release last decade. Go »
In the Advanced Rules, I added clarifying text to the "descriptive phrase" rule: If the clue mentions that the celebrity is the wife of John Doe, then a guess of "Mrs. John Doe" is considered a descriptive phrase.
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