February 13th, 2007 09:25 EST
FBI's Two Most Wanted Terrorists
Someone, somewhere, has information on the whereabouts of Mohammed Ali Hamadei and Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah—both among our Most Wanted Terrorists—information that person might be willing to provide for a sizeable chunk of cash.
That’s the thinking behind the just announced rewards of up to $5 million for tips that lead authorities to these individuals. The rewards—offered by the U.S. Department of State’s Reward for Justice Program at the request of the FBI—are the first for both terrorists.
Who are these extremists and what are their crimes?
… Hamadei is wanted for hijacking TWA Flight 847 overseas in 1985. Hamadei and his accomplices tied passengers up and beat them…then summarily executed U.S. Navy diver Robert Stethem and dumped his body on the tarmac. An alleged member of the terrorist organization Hizballah, Hamadei is believed to be living in Lebanon. Read more about Hamadei and see his wanted poster.
… Shallah is a founding member and leader of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, or PIJ, a terrorist organization headquartered in Damascus, Syria. He is wanted for a series of bombings, murders, extortions, and racketeering crimes. See his wanted poster for more details.
If you have information about either extremist—or any of our Most Wanted Terrorists—please contact us immediately:
FBI Contact Information
Rewards forJustice Contact Information
The other wanted terrorists included in Rewards for Justice:
- Usama bin Laden, $25 million, with another $2 million offered through two airline associations;
- Ayman Al-Zawahiri $25 million;
- Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, $5 million;
- Anas Al-Liby, $5 million;
- Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali, $5 million;
- Abdul Rahman Yasin, $5 million;
- Ali Saed Bin Ali El-Hoorie, $5 million;
- Isnilon Totoni Hapilon, $5 million;
- Jamel Ahmed Mohammed Ali Al-Badawi, $5 million;
- Fazul Abdullah Mohammed , $5 million;
- Imad Fayez Mugniyah, $5 million;
- Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam, $5 million;
- Saif Al-Adel, $5 million;
- Jaber Elbaneh, $5 million;
- Abdelkarim Hussein Mohamed Al-Nasser, $5 million;
- Ali Atwa, $5 million;
- Hasan Izz-Al-Din, $5 million;
- Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan, $5 million;
- Ahmad Ibrahim Al-Mughassil, $5 million;
- Ibrahim Salih Mohammed Al-Yacoub, $5 million;
- Adam Gadahn, $1 million;
Since its inception in 1984 Rewards for Justice has paid $62 million to more than 40 people for credible information that has brought terrorists to justice or prevented acts of international terrorism. It’s a small price to pay to make the world safer.
Resources: Press release
Note: The individuals identified here may have been apprehended or may no longer be wanted since the above information was posted on this website. Please check our Wanted by the FBI website or contact your local FBI office for the latest information.