2008 Mumbai Attacks
Despite what some American politicians want you to think, the amount of terror attacks has held steady since the War on Terror began. For three days in November, Mumbai was under siege. Ten men from the terrorist organization Lashkar-e-Taiba floated into the port city on a raft and proceeded to attack 12 different sites in the city, including a Jewish community center and the Taj Hotel, where terrorists detonated six bombs and took several hundred people hostage. By the third day, the Mumbai police had killed nine of the terrorists and captured the tenth, Ajmal Kasab. He claimed that the attacks, which killed over 100 and wounded hundreds more, had been sponsored by the Pakistani secret police.