September 11 or September 11 or 9/11 (the eleventh day of the ninth month) is the two hundred and fifty-fourth (254) day of simple years, or the two hundred fifty-fifth day (255) of the leap years according to the Western Gregorian calendar (Gregorian) . There are 111 days left until the end of the year.
1118 - The Crusaders' siege of Tyre, the defeat of the Fatimids and the Seljuks against the Crusaders, and the Franks capture the city.
1840 - Britain bombs Beirut to force Muhammad Ali Pasha to leave the Levant.
1926 - Italian leader Benito Mussolini is subjected to a failed assassination attempt.
1929 - The Umm Radma battle takes place between the Najd Brotherhood movement, which is made up of the Mutair tribe on one side, and the Kingdom of Najd, Hejaz and its annexes supported by more than 4 tribes on the other.
1930 - Stromboli volcano in Sicily erupts, spewing two-ton lava, its most devastating eruption in its recorded history.
1931 - The Italians arrest the Libyan Mujahid Omar Al-Mukhtar, wounded and bleeding.
1941 - Nazi Germany declares war on the United States.
The start of the "Conference of the Five" in London between the United States, the Soviet Union, China, England and France.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Hideki Tojo is trying to commit suicide.
1950 - American Florence Chadwick becomes the first woman in the world to cross the Channel.
1953 - The Sultan of Morocco, Muhammad bin Arafa, is subjected to a failed assassination attempt by Allal bin Abdullah.
1962 - The Soviet TASS Agency announces for the first time the batch of Soviet medium-range missiles installed by the Soviets on Cuban soil.
1964 -- The conclusion of the Arab summit conference in Alexandria, called for by President Gamal Abdel Nasser. This summit was the second Arab summit.
1971 - Bahrain and Qatar join the Arab League.
1973 - A military coup in Chile, led by army leaders led by Augusto Pinochet, overthrows President Salvador Allende. The coup led to his death in mysterious circumstances in the besieged Republican Palace.
1990 – US President George W. Bush gives a televised address threatening to use force to expel Iraqi soldiers from Iraq-invaded Kuwait on August 2.
1991 - The Soviet Union announces the withdrawal of Soviet forces from Cuba and ends its economic aid.
2001 - An aircraft attack targets the World Trade Center building in New York and the Defense Ministry building in Virginia, accusing fingers are pointed at al-Qaeda led by Osama bin Laden and Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Israeli forces complete their unilateral withdrawal from the Gaza Strip.
Oregon federal court judge announces blanket dismissal