« NY Times arrogantly severs Ariel from Israel | Obama discards role of even-handed mediator, pressures only Israel for major, unialteral concession »
September 11, 2010
Graph of the Day for September 11, 2010
"Arab-Americans and Muslims fear backlash" after the 2001 9/11 attacks in the US; 2,975 killed. USA Today.
"Muslim Leaders Fear Backlash" after London bombing in 2005; 56 killed. The Guardian.
"Three Christian high school girls were beheaded as a Ramadan ‘trophy' by Indonesian militants who conceived the idea after a visit to Philippines jihadists, a court heard yesterday." The Australian, 2006.
"The Muslim Public Affairs Council today sent a letter to the Bush administration and the Obama transition team expressing concern about a potential backlash that could be triggered in the wake of terrorist attacks in Mumbai." After the attacks in India in 2008; at least 195 killed. MPAC.
"As fears of a backlash are going high among US Muslims, President Barack Obama urged Americans Saturday, November 7, not to jump into conclusions over a deadly attack on a military base in Texas, stressing the diversity of the US army." After Nidal Hasan's Fort Hood shootings in 2009; 13 killed and 30 wounded. IslamOnline.
Data source: FBI.
Hoven's Index for September 11, 2010
Number of people killed in the 911 attacks: 2,975
Firefighters and paramedics killed at the World Trade Center: 343
Cantor Fitzgerald employees killed there: 658
Number of nations whose citizens were killed there: 115
Bodies found "intact" at WTC: 289
Body parts found at WTC: 19,858
Graph of the Day Archive.