List of terrorist incidents in 2022

This is a list of terrorist incidents in 2022, including attacks by violent non-state actors for political motives. Note that terrorism-related to drug wars and cartel violence is not included. Ongoing military conflicts are listed separately.


  • To be included, entries must be notable (have a stand-alone article) and described by a consensus of reliable sources as "terrorism".
  • List entries must comply with the guidelines outlined in the manual of style under MOS:TERRORIST.
  • Casualties figures in this list are the total casualties of the incident including immediate casualties and later casualties (such as people who succumbed to their wounds long after the attacks occurred).
  • Casualties listed are the victims. Perpetrator casualties are listed separately (e.g. x (+y) indicate that x victims and y perpetrators were killed/injured).
  • Casualty totals may be underestimated or unavailable due to a lack of information. A figure with a plus (+) sign indicates that at least that many people have died (e.g. 10+ indicates that at least 10 people have died) – the actual toll could be considerably higher. A figure with a plus (+) sign may also indicate that over that number of people are victims.
  • If casualty figures are 20 or more, they will be shown in bold. In addition, figures for casualties more than 50 will also be underlined.
  • Incidents are limited to one per location per day. If multiple attacks occur in the same place on the same day, they will be merged into a single incident.
  • In addition to the guidelines above, the table also includes the following categories:
  0 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  1–19 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  20–49 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  50–99 people were killed/injured by the incident.
  100+ people were killed/injured by the incident.


Total incidents: 35

Date Type Dead Injured Location Article Details Perpetrator Part of
4–6 January Arson, mass shooting, massacre 200+ Unknown Zamfara State, Nigeria 2022 Zamfara massacres Militant herdsmen attacked numerous towns across the state.[1][2] Fulani militants (suspected) Nigerian bandit conflict
15 January Hostage crisis 0 (+1) 0 Colleyville, Texas, United States Colleyville synagogue hostage crisis A British Pakistani man falsely claiming to be the brother of Pakistani prisoner Aafia Siddiqui attacked a synagogue and held four Jews hostage. The assailant was eventually shot dead during the incident.[3][4] Malik Faisal Akram[5] Antisemitism in the United States in the 21st-century
17 January Drone strike 3 6 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 2022 Abu Dhabi attack Houthi rebels attacked the capital of the UAE due to its participation in the Yemeni Civil War.[6][7][8][9][10] On 21 January, the United Nations Security Council designated it to be an official act of terrorism.[11][12][13][14] Houthi movement Yemeni Civil War
20 January Improvised explosive device bombing 3 28 Lahore, Pakistan 2022 Lahore bombing An IED planted on a motorcycle in a market in the Anarkali Bazaar exploded. Three people were killed and 28 injured. A spokesperson for the Baloch Nationalist Army claimed responsibility for the attack. He said the bombing targeted employees of a nearby bank.[15][16][17] Baloch Nationalist Army Insurgency in Balochistan
21 January Mass shooting 11 Unknown Diyala Governorate, Iraq 2022 Diyala massacre ISIL gunmen stormed a military base, killing eleven soldiers as they slept.[18][19][20] Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant Islamic State insurgency in Iraq
25 January Mass shooting 10 3 Dasht, Pakistan 2022 Kech District attack Militants stormed a security post belonging to Pakistani military in a remote area of Balochistan.[21] The clash lasted for a few hours and killed 10 security personnel and injured three others. One militant was killed and several others were injured or arrested. The Balochistan Liberation Front claimed responsibility for the attack.[21][22][23] Balochistan Liberation Front Insurgency in Balochistan
2 February Massacre, machete attack 60+ ~40 Djugu territory, Democratic Republic of the Congo Plaine Savo massacre Militants attacked an IDP camp in Ituri Province.[24] CODECO Ituri conflict
19 February Suicide bombing 14 12 Beledweyne, Somalia February 2022 Beledweyne bombing A suicide bomber detonated inside a busy restaurant.[25] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
2 March Bombing 3 24 Quetta, Pakistan March 2022 Quetta bombing A bomb exploded near a police van. Three people, including a superintendent deputy of the police, were killed and 24 people were injured.[26][27][28] Islamists (suspected) Terrorism in Pakistan
4 March Suicide bombing, shooting 63+ (+1) 196+ Peshawar, Pakistan 2022 Peshawar mosque attack A terrorist shot police officers at the entrance of a Shia mosque, killing two. He rushed into the mosque and blew himself up.[29][30][31] The Islamic State claimed the attack and identified the suicide bomber as Julaybib al-Kabli.[32] Islamic State – Khorasan Province Sectarian violence in Pakistan
22 March Mass stabbing, Vehicle-ramming attack 4 (+1) 2 Beersheba, Israel 2022 Beersheba attack A Negev Bedouin man stabbed and ran over several people.[33][34] Mohammed Abu al-Kiyan Israeli–Palestinian conflict
23 March Car bombing, suicide bombing, mass shooting 60+ 108+ Beledweyne and Mogadishu, Somalia March 2022 Somalia attacks Gunman attacked Aden Adde International Airport and killed five people.[35] A suicide bombing later took place outside a polling place in Beledweyne, killing several people along with Somali female Member of Parliament Amina Mohamed Abdi.[36] A car bomb was detonated outside Beledweyne hospital, killing at least 30, whilst another attack took place on a restaurant in Beledweyne.[37][36] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
27 March Mass shooting 2 (+2) 12 Hadera, Israel 2022 Hadera shooting Two gunmen fired at civilians and police officers in the evening at a bus stop.[38][39] The two Arab Israelis were then shot dead by nearby police officers.[40] Islamic State Israeli–Palestinian conflict
29 March Mass shooting 5 (+1) 0 Bnei Brak, Israel 2022 Bnei Brak shootings A Palestinian man killed 5 people in a mass shooting in the city's streets. The attacker was killed by the police. The al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack.[41][42][43] Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades Israeli–Palestinian conflict
5 April Stabbing 2 1 Mashhad, Iran Imam Reza shrine stabbings A stabbing attack at the Imam Reza shrine killed two Shia clerics and wounded another one. The attacker, an Uzbek Takfiri who was illegally in Iran, was arrested immediately after the attack.[44][45][46] Abdullatif Muradi Terrorism in Iran
7 April Mass shooting 3 (+1) 11 Tel Aviv, Israel 2022 Tel Aviv shooting A gunman killed 3 people and wounded 11 others in a mass shooting on Dizengoff Street.[47][48] Raad Hazem Israeli–Palestinian conflict
19 April Bombings 6 25 Kabul, Afghanistan April 2022 Kabul school bombing Three bombs targeted the Abdul Rahim Shahid School in the Shia Hazara neighborhood of Kabul. 6 people were killed and 25 others, including students, were injured. No group has claimed responsibility yet, but the Islamic State is suspected.[49][50][51] Islamic State - Khorasan Province (suspected) Islamic State–Taliban conflict
21 April Bombing 31 87 Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan 2022 Mazar-i-Sharif mosque bombing A remote-controlled booby trapped bag exploded in the Shia Seh Dokan mosque, killing 31 people and injuring 87 others. The Islamic State claimed the attack as part of an ongoing global campaign to "avenge" the deaths of its former leader and spokesman.[52][53][54][55] Islamic State - Khorasan Province Islamic State–Taliban conflict
22 April Bombing 33 43 Kunduz, Afghanistan 2022 Kunduz mosque bombing A bombing attack at the Sufi Khanaqa-e-Malawi Sikandar mosque killed 33 people and injured 43 others. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.[56][57][53] Islamic State - Khorasan Province Islamic State–Taliban conflict
22 April Suicide bombing 6 7 Mogadishu, Somalia April 2022 Mogadishu bombing A suicide bombing took place at Pescatore Seafood Restaurant in the seaside area of Lido beach, and killed at least six people.[58][59] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
26 April Suicide bombing 4 (+1) 4 Karachi, Pakistan 2022 University of Karachi bombing A female suicide bomber struck a van near the University of Karachi's Confucius Institute, killing three Chinese citizens and their Pakistani driver. The Balochistan Liberation Army claimed responsibility for the attack.[60][61] Baloch Liberation Army Insurgency in Balochistan
28 April Mass shooting 7 4 Abu Khashab, Syria Abu Khashab shooting In Deir ez-Zor Governorate, Islamic State militants attacked the house of former Syrian Democratic Forces spokesman Nouri Hamish during iftar. Seven people, including Hamish, were killed and four others injured.[62][63] Islamic State Syrian civil war
5 May Mass stabbing 3 4 El'ad, Israel 2022 El'ad stabbing Two Palestinian men attacked people celebrating Israel's Independence Day in a park with axes. Three people were killed and four injured.[64][65][66] As'ad Alrafa'ani and Sabhi Shajir Israeli–Palestinian conflict
14 May Mass shooting 10 3 Buffalo, New York, United States 2022 Buffalo shooting 10 people, all of whom were black, were killed and 3 more injured in a racially motivated mass shooting at a supermarket chosen specifically because it was in an area with a high black population.[67] Payton S. Gendron Terrorism in the United States
5 June Mass shooting, bombing 41+ 61+ Owo, Nigeria Owo church attack A group of five terrorists attacked the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Ondo State while worshippers were celebrating Pentecost. The attackers started shooting at everyone and threw explosives. At least 40 people are thought to have died in the attack. 61 people are being treated for injuries. No group has claimed responsibility yet; the federal government says that Islamic State – West Africa Province is behind the attack.[68][69][70] Islamic State – West Africa Province (suspected) Boko Haram insurgency
12 June Massacre 100+ Unknown Seytenga Department, Burkina Faso 2022 Seytenga massacre Suspected jihadists attacked the village of Seytenga. They went from shop to shop to kill the men, the women and children were spared. Homes were burned down in the attack. The death toll is expected to be over 100.[71][72][73] Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin (suspected) Jihadist insurgency in Burkina Faso
18–19 June Mass shooting, massacre 132 Unknown Bankass Cercle, Mali 2022 Bankass massacres Unidentified gunmen killed 132 civilians in Diallassagou and nearby villages in Mopti Region. The attackers also burned huts, houses, and stole cattle. The attack was blamed on the Macina Liberation Front.[74][75][76] Macina Liberation Front Mali War
16 July Mass shooting 10 2 Nduga Regency, Indonesia Nonggolait shooting Around 20 gunmen attacked the village of Nogolait, Highland Papua. 10 men were shot to death and two others were injured. The West Papua National Liberation Army is suspected to be behind the attack.[77][78][79][80] West Papua National Liberation Army Papua conflict
19–21 August Car bombing, mass shooting 30+ 120+ Mogadishu, Somalia August 2022 Mogadishu attack Two car bombs exploded at the Hayat Hotel. Afterwards gunmen besieged the hotel, shooting at people and taking hostages. After 30 hours the security forces ended the attack. 21 people were killed in the attack and 117 were injured.[81][82][83][84] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
5 September Attempted suicide bombing 10+ (+1) 15–20 Kabul, Afghanistan Bombing of the Russian embassy in Kabul A suicide bomber approached the Russian embassy. The attacker was shot dead by security forces, but his explosives went off after he was killed. At least 10 people, including two embassy employees, were killed in the attack. 15 to 20 others were injured. The Islamic State – Khorasan Province claimed responsibility for the attack.[85][86][87][88] Islamic State – Khorasan Province Islamic State–Taliban conflict
12 October Shooting 2 (+1) 1 Bratislava, Slovakia 2022 Bratislava shooting Two people were shoot dead and a third person was wounded, in a shooting in front of the Tepláreň gay bar, a well-known spot frequented by the local LGBT community, the shooter was found dead at around 07:00 the next day.[89][90] Juraj Krajčík Right-wing terrorism in Europe
26 October Mass shooting 13–15 40+ Shiraz, Iran Shah Cheragh attack At least 13 people were killed in a mass shooting at Shah Cheragh mosque.[91] The Iranian authorities stated that the attackers were not Iranian nationals.[92] Islamic State Terrorism in Iran
29 October Car bombing 121+ 300 Mogadishu, Somalia October 2022 Mogadishu bombings A double car bombing killed at least 121 people and injured over 300 others at Zobe junction.[93] Al-Shabaab Somali Civil War
13 November Bombing 6 81 Istanbul, Turkey 2022 Istanbul bombing A bomb in a bag exploded next to a bench on İstiklal Avenue, killing 6 people and injuring 81 others. Police arrested a Syrian woman, Ahlam Albashır, whom they say planted the bomb.[94][95][96] PKK (suspected by Turkey) Kurdish–Turkish conflict


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