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Fbi Most Wanted Terrorists by Nemidav(m): 4:52pm On Oct 10, 2013
Imad
Mughniyah TWA Flight
847 June 14,
1985 Dead
Assassinated in a car bombing on February 12,
2008 in Damascus.[2]
Hassan Izz-
Al-Din TWA Flight
847 June 14,
1985 At large
Thought to be living in Lebanon.[3]
Ali Atwa TWA Flight
847 June 14,
1985 At large
Thought to be living in Lebanon.[4]
Abdul
Rahman
Yasin 1993 World
Trade
Center
bombing February
26, 1993 At large
Accused of constructing bombs in the 1993
World Trade Center bombing. Yasin was
allegedly a prisoner of Saddam Hussein in 2002,
but has since gone missing from Iraq.
Khalid Sheikh
Mohammed Bojinka plot 1994–
1995 Captured
Captured in Pakistan on March 1, 2003.
Ahmed
Ibrahim Al-
Mughassil Khobar
Towers
bombing June 25,
1996 At large
Ali Saed Bin
Ali El-Hoorie Khobar
Towers
bombing June 25,
1996 At large
Ibrahim Salih
Mohammed
Al-Yacoub Khobar
Towers
bombing June 25,
1996 At large
Abdelkarim
Hussein
Mohamed Al-
Nasser Khobar
Towers
bombing June 25,
1996 At large
Mohammed
Atef 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Killed in Afghanistan on November 14, 2001 by a
Predator missile attack on his home outside of
Kabul.
Osama bin
Laden 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Killed by U.S. Navy Seals in a mansion in
Abbottabad, Pakistan; announced dead May 2,
2011.[5][6] He was wanted for his claimed
responsibility in the September 11, 2001
attacks.[7] He was placed on the Most Wanted
Terrorists list for his involvement in the
bombings of the U.S. embassies in Nairobi,
Kenya and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.[1]
Ayman al-
Zawahiri 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 At large
Al-Qaeda's No.1. Ayman al-Zawahiri is under
indictment in the United States for his suspected
role in the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings in Dar
es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya. The
Rewards for Justice Program of the U.S.
Department of State is offering a reward of up to
US$25 million for information about his location
and capture.[8]
Fazul
Abdullah
Mohammed 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Reports surfaced on June 11, 2011 that he was
killed in Somalia.[9] Kenyan police stated,
through DNA testing, that they were certain he
was killed by Somalian forces on June 8.[9]
Officially listed as deceased on the FBI website
by June 12.[8]
Mustafa
Mohamed
Fadhil 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Killed in Afghanistan.[10][11][12] Was removed
from the list in 2005.
Fahid
Mohammed
Ally Msalam 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Killed January 1, 2009, in an unmanned predator
strike in Pakistan along with Sheikh Ahmed
Salim Swedan.[13]
Ahmed
Ghailani 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Captured
Captured in Pakistan on July 25, 2004, and later
held in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Ghailani was
tried by a civilian court in New York in 2010 and
convicted of conspiring to bomb the American
embassies in Tanzania and Kenya. The jury
however acquitted him of all other 284 charges,
including attempted murder.[14]
Sheikh
Ahmed Salim
Swedan 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Killed January 1, 2009, in an unmanned aerial
strike in Pakistan along with Fahid Mohammed
Ali Musallam.[13]
Abdullah
Ahmed
Abdullah 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 At large
Believed to be in Iran.[15]
Anas al-Liby 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Captured
Al-Liby was captured in Tripoli, Libya on 5
October 2013 by Delta Force, FBI and CIA
agents.[16]
Saif al-Adel 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 At large
Believed to be in Iran.[17]
Ahmed
Mohammed
Hamed Ali 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Reported as killed in a drone strike in 2010 in
Pakistan by the National Counterterrorism
Center.[18][19] Was removed from the list by
April 2012.
Muhsin Musa
Matwalli
Atwah 1998
United
States
embassy
bombings August 7,
1998 Dead
Killed April 12, 2006 along with 6 other alleged
militants by Pakistani forces in a helicopter
gunship raid on the village of Naghar Kalai near
the Afghan border. Villagers reported that armed
men removed the bodies.[20] Atwah's death
was confirmed by US officials on October 24,
2006, following DNA testing, and he was
removed from the list.

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