Articles from Terror

  1. Nicholas “Nick” Berg

    Nick Berg was 26-year-old American who had gone to Iraq to help them rebuild. He owned a company in Pennsylvania that inspected and built communications towers. He first arrived in Iraq in late December of 2003, where he tried to secure work for his company. While there, he visited the city of Mosul to visit a man who had been married to his late aunt.
  2. Daniel Pearl Beheading

    Daniel Pearl was an American journalist working as the South Asia Bureau Chief of The Wall Street Journal. He was kidnapped in Pakistan on January 23, 2002 when he travelled there to investigate the possible link between Richard Reid (more commonly referred to as “The Shoe Bomber”) and al-Qaeda.
  3. Jack Hensley Beheading

    Captured along with his colleague, Eugene Armstrong, Hensley was an American engineer from Marietta, Georgia, near Atlanta. From all indications, it’s highly likely that he was killed the same day as Eugene Armstrong and by the same man.
  4. Kenneth Bigley Beheading

    Kenneth Bigley was from Liverpool, England and was a colleague to both Jack Hensley and Eugene Armstrong. He was a civil engineer.
  5. Eugene Armstrong Beheading

    Eugene Armstrong was an American civil engineer in Iraq. Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and his militant group again claimed responsibility for Mr. Armstrong’s capture (and his subsequent beheading on September 21, 2004). The video was originally posted on an Arab web site, as so many are.