Mohammed Atta (disambiguation)


Mohammed Atta (disambiguation)

Mohammed Atta may refer to:

  • Mohamed Atta (1968–2001), Egyptian Islamic terrorist and one of the ringleaders in planning the September 11 attacks
  • Mohammed Atta (Afghan warlord), provincial governor in Afghanistan
  • Mahmoud Mahmoud Atta (born 1954) (also known as Mahmoud Abad Ahmad), Jordanian responsible for a 1986 bus bombing in the West Bank

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