Weapons of mass destruction suspected terrorists

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weapons of mass destruction suspected terrorists

On February 10, 2001, the White House released a List of the "FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists". [1] Also see FBI Web Site: "Most Wanted Terrorists" and FBI's List of 22 Most Wanted Terrorists (Last Updated March 7, 2003).

World Trade Center Bombing, Feb. 26, 1993

  • Abdul Rahman Yasin

Plot to bomb Manila Air aircraft in the Far East, January 1995

  • Khalid Shaikh Mohammed

Khobar Towers bombing in Saudi Arabia, June 25, 1996

  • Ahmed Ibrahim al-Mughassil
  • Ali Saed Bin Ali el-Houri
  • Ibrahim Salih Mohammed al-Yacoub
  • Abdelkarim Hussein Mohamed al-Nasser

Bombings of the U.S. embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, Aug. 7, 1998

Assassination of Egyptian president Anwar Sadat in 1981

  • Fazul Abdullah Mohammed
  • Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil
  • Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam
  • Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani
  • Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan
  • Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah
  • Anas al-Liby
  • Saif al-Adel
  • Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali
  • Mushin Musa Matwalli Atwah

Hijacking of TWA 847, June 14, 1985

  • Imad Mugniyah

Marine barracks bombing in 1983

  • Hassan Izz-al-Din
  • Ali Atwa

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  • 25 January 2002: "Ashcroft Releases Name of Fifth Suspected Al Qaeda Member. Suspect is 36-year-old Canadian citizen born in Tunisia," U.S. Department of State: "The man is Al-Rauf bin Al Habib bin Yousef Al-Jiddi, 36, a Canadian citizen born in Tunisia."
  • 5 June 2002: "Official Names Suspected 9/11 Mastermind. Man Is Among FBI's Most-Wanted Terrorists", Click2Houston.com.
  • 14 September 2002: "Suspected Terrorist Arrested In Florida. Iqbal Munawar Arrested In Alleged Immigration Scheme," Channel 3000.
  • 9 October 2002: "Visas that Should Have Been Denied. A look at 9/11 terrorists' visa applications" by Joel Mowbray, National Review. Includes copies of 9-11 terorists' visas.
  • 11 February 2003: "Statement for the Record of Robert S. Mueller, III, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, on War on Terrorism Before the Select Committee on Intelligence of the United States Senate."
  • 11 June 2003: "FBI Denies Mix-Up Of 9/11 Terrorists" by Timothy W. Maier, News World Communications: "FBI Director Robert Mueller acknowledged in 2002 there was no 'legal proof to prove the identities of the hijackers.' Yet the bureau insists it correctly has identified them."
  • 2 March 2004: "Avoiding attacking suspected terrorist mastermind. Abu Musab Zarqawi blamed for more than 700 killings in Iraq" by Jim Miklaszewski, NBC News: "In June 2002, U.S. officials say intelligence had revealed that Zarqawi and members of al-Qaida had set up a weapons lab at Kirma, in northern Iraq, producing deadly ricin and cyanide. ... The Pentagon quickly drafted plans to attack the camp with cruise missiles and airstrikes and sent it to the White House, where, according to U.S. government sources, the plan was debated to death in the National Security Council."