List of terrorist incidents, 1975
The following is a timeline of acts and failed attempts that can be considered non-state terrorism in 1975.
- United States, January 24: FALN bomb the Fraunces Tavern, killing four and injuring more than 50.
- United Kingdom, February 26: London police officer Stephen Tibble, 22, is shot dead as he chases a Provisional Irish Republican Army gunman escaping from a bomb factory.
- Kenya, March 1: A Nairobi Mombassa regular route bus blast at Kenyan capital of Nairobi, killing 26, injuring another 60, Kenyan People Liberation Front has claimed responsibility this blast.
- France, March 2: Air Algérie's offices in Toulouse and Lyons were bombed by the Charles Martel Group. No one was killed or injured in either attack. 
- Israel, March 5: In the Savoy Operation, Palestine Liberation Organization gunmen from Lebanon take dozens of hostages at the Tel Aviv Savoy Hotel, eventually killing eight hostages and three IDF soldiers, and wounding eleven hostages.
- United States, April 19: FALN sets off four bombs within a forty minute period in Manhattan, New York, injuring at least five people.
- Sweden, West Germany, April 24: West German embassy siege. RAF occupies West Germany's embassy in Stockholm, and blows up the building before surrendering to the Swedish police.
- United Kingdom, Ireland, July 31: Three members of Ireland's popular Miami Showband killed in Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) gun attack in Co. Down.
- United States, September 22: Sarah Jane Moore tries to assassinate President Gerald Ford in San Francisco, California. The attempt fails when a bystander grabs her arm and deflects the shot. Moore has stated the motive was to create chaos to bring "the winds of change" because the U.S. government had declared war on the left wing.
- Austria, December: Carlos the Jackal and his rebels attack OPEC headquarters in Vienna and take over 60 hostages - mostly they were OPEC countries' leaders. On December 22, the hostages and rebels are transported in a DC-9 to Algiers where 30 hostages were freed; the plane was then flown to Tripoli, Libya, where more hostages were freed before flying back to Algiers where the remaining hostages were freed and the rebels were granted asylum.
- Netherlands, December 14: Near Beilen, a passenger train was hijacked by members of the Republik Maluku Selatan movement, passengers were kept hostage. Three passengers were killed by the hijackers.
- Greece, December 23: U.S. Central Intelligence Agency Station Chief Richard Welch was shot dead outside his home in Athens by Marxist terrorist group Revolutionary Organization 17 November. Welch's murder led to the passage of the Intelligence Identities Protection Act of 1982, making it illegal to reveal the name of an agent who has a covert relationship with an American intelligence organization.
- United States, December 29: Bomb explodes at New York's LaGuardia Airport, killing eleven and injuring 75. No arrests ever made in this case and the reason for this attack remains unknown.