Accused Sept. 11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed said that he had put into action plans to blow up Bangkok nightclubs frequented by American and British citizens and to take over and destroy an Israeli airliner at Don Muang airport in 2003.  Documents from a military tribunal at Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba state that although neither plan was achieved, he had active al-Qaeda agents in place and was near plans for the two terrorist actions when he and Jemaah Islamiyah counterpart Hambali were arrested. Khalid admitted planning or taking part in a number of other terrorist attacks, leading U.S. interrogators to caution that he might be trying to inflate his own image.
Bangkok Post