Curious about other “might have been’s”?

If this weekend’s bungled car bombing in Times Square has got you thinking about other "might have been’s," check out Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann’s rundown of the most serious attempted terrorist attacks since 2004 from their "Almanac of al Qaeda" feature in the most recent print issue of FP.   

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Chris Hondros/Getty Images
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If this weekend's bungled car bombing in Times Square has got you thinking about other "might have been's," check out Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann's rundown of the most serious attempted terrorist attacks since 2004 from their "Almanac of al Qaeda" feature in the most recent print issue of FP.   

If this weekend’s bungled car bombing in Times Square has got you thinking about other "might have been’s," check out Peter Bergen and Katherine Tiedemann’s rundown of the most serious attempted terrorist attacks since 2004 from their "Almanac of al Qaeda" feature in the most recent print issue of FP.   

Peter Williams is an editorial researcher at FP.

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