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DHS The following is an overview of the report of intended al-Qaida attacks, the malls that are targeted and the general related information. The terrorist group is aiming the ten leading shopping malls in the country in the following list: S/No . Name of mall Location Annual visitors Overall vulnerability 1 Mall of America Bloomington Minnesota Planned bombing 2 King of Prussia mall Pennsylvania Shooting and individual bombing 3 Aventura mall Florida Bombing 4 South Coast Plaza California Hijacking 5 Del Amo Fashion Center Torrance California Hijacking 6 Destiny USA New york Bombing 7 Ala Moana Center Hawaii Bombing 8 Sawgrass Mills Florida Individual bombing 9 The Galleria Houston Bombing 10 Roosevelt Field New York Hijacking The terrorists have had one year in the US and thus they know the place so well. In fact, their aim is to collapse the malls and cause property loses in addition to life loss. They have planned to divide themselves into five groups such that they can attack the malls in two different hours, with each group attacking two malls. They are well equipped with arms, bombs and other explosives and it thus needs better preparation to counter attack them.
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The fact that they are aware of the place will give them advantage of fastness as well as hiding. It
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