Al Qaeda Leader Warns Of 'Gravest Consequences' If Boston Bomber Executed
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri has warned the United States of the "gravest consequences" if Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev or any other Muslim prisoner is executed.
Sources Say Taliban Leader Mullah Omar Dead On Afghanistan
A spokesman for the Afghan president said Wednesday that the government had confirmed news that has circulated widely as a rumor in the region for at least two years: that Mullah Mohammed Omar, the o...
FBI Most Wanted Terrorists
The Federal Bureau of Investigation's Most Wanted Terrorists is a list of persons who have been indicted (formally accused) by sitting Federal grand juries in the United States district courts, for al...
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Al Qaeda Leader Warns Of 'Gravest Consequences' If Boston Bomber Executed
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri has warned the United States of the "gravest consequences" if Boston marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev or any other Muslim prisoner is executed.
Videos of Ayman al-Zawahiri
There have been several video and audio recordings released by Ayman al-Zawahiri. Many of the al-Zawahiri tapes have been released directly (by mail or messenger) to Arabic language satellite televisi...
Mohammed Omar
Mullah Mohammed Omar Mujahid (Pashto: ملا محمد عمر مجاهد‎, Mullā Muḥammad ‘Umar Mujáhid; born 1959–1962), often simply called Mullah Omar, is the spiritual leader and supreme commander of th...
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Alessio Casimirri
Alessio Casimirri (born 1951) is an Italian terrorist and member of the Red Brigades (BR), currently fugitive.Casimirri was born in Rome. His mother was a Vatican City citizen, and his father had wor...
Amer el-Maati
Born in Kuwait, Amro Badr Abou el-Maati (عمرو بدر ابوالمعاطي) (or Amer el-Maati) is a Canadian citizen who the United States has alleged is a member of Al-Qaeda who attended flight school and discuss...
Bassam Abdullah bin Bushar al-Nahdi
Bassam Abdullah bin Bushar al-Nahdi (born in 1976 in Saudi Arabia, identified as a Yemeni citizen) became wanted in 2002, by the United States Department of Justice's FBI, which was then seeking infor...
Ibrahim al-Asiri
Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri (born April 18, 1982) is a citizen of Saudi Arabia suspected of being chief bomb-maker of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.He was reported to have been responsible for making ...
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Alyosha Mirny
Alyosha Mirny, (Russian: Алёша Мирный — Russian for 'Alyosha the Peaceful'), alternatively Romanised as Aljoša Mirnõi, also known under the handle of "Face", is a (presumedly) Russian blogger of u...
Said Bahaji
Said Bahaji (Arabic: سعيد بحجي‎, also transliterated as Saeed Bahaji, born 15 July 1975 in Haselünne, Lower Saxony), is a citizen of Germany, electrical engineer, and an alleged member of t...
Mohammad Munaf
Mohammed Munaf (Arabic: محمد مناف‎, full name Mohammad Munaf Mohammad al-Amin, born November 29, 1952) is an Iraqi-American terrorist convicted in 2008 for his role in the March 2005 kidnapp...
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Omar Ahmad Omar al-Hubishi
Omar Ahmad Omar al-Hubishi (Arabic: ) (born in 1969 in Saudi Arabia, identified as a Yemeni citizen) became wanted in 2002, by the United States Department of Justice's FBI, which was then seeking inf...
Daniel Andreas San Diego
Daniel Andreas San Diego (born February 9, 1978) is the first American environmentalist added to the FBI Most Wanted Terrorists list. He is a straight edge vegan and animal liberationist who has an al...
Samir Abduh Sa'id al-Maktawi
Samir Abduh Sa'id al-Maktawi (Arabic: ) (born in 1968 in Saudi Arabia and identified as a Yemeni) became wanted in 2002, by the United States Department of Justice's FBI, which was then seeking inform...
Dawood Ibrahim
Dawood Ibrahim (born Dawood Ibrahim Kaskar) is the leader of Indian organised crime syndicate D-Company founded in Mumbai . He and Jasjit Shahasan Khurana are currently on the wanted list of Interpol ...
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Beate Sturm
Beate Sturm (1951 - ?) was briefly a member of the Baader-Meinhof gang between 1970 and 1971. She grew up in Leverkusen as the daughter of a CEO of the Bayer Corporation. She studied physics and ...
Mamoun Darkazanli
Mamoun Darkazanli (Arabic: مأمون داركازنلي (born August 4, 1958) in Aleppo, Syria) is a citizen of Germany and Syria who is wanted in Spain on terrorism charges.He was arrested on October 15, 2004 in ...
Cesare Battisti (born 1954)
Cesare Battisti (born 18 December 1954) is an italian former member of the Armed Proletarians for Communism, a far-left militant and terrorist group which committed acts of illegality and crimes in It...
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Abu Qatada
Abu Qatada al-Filistini ( pronunciation  AH-boo kah-TAH-dah; Arabic: أبو قتادة الفلسطيني‎, ’Abū Qatāda al-Filisṭīnī (The Palestinian) ), born Omar Mahmoud Othman (Arabic: عمر ب...
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Shanmugalingam Sivashankar
Shanmugalingam Sivashankar (Tamil: சண்முகலிங்கம் சிவசங்கரன், also known as Pottu Amman (Tamil: பொட்டு அம்மன் is a Sri Lankan Tamil militant. He was indicted by the Indian government's Jain Commission ...
Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil
Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (Arabic: مصطفى محمد فضيل‎, also known as Abdul Wakil al-Masri and Abu Jihad al-Nubi) (23 June 1976 - after 2001) was a citizen of Kenya and Egypt, who was indicted in...
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Ilie Cătărău
Ilie V. Cătărău ([iˈli.e kətəˈrəw], reportedly born Katarov, last name also Cătărău-Orhei; 1888 – ca. 1952) was a Bessarabian-born political adventurer, soldier and spy, who spent parts of his life in...
Ilie Cătărău - Wikipedia
Jaber A. Elbaneh
Jaber A. Elbaneh (with an alternate spelling of "Gabr al-Bana") (Arabic: جبر البنا‎) (born: September 9, 1966) is a Yemeni-American who was labeled a suspected terrorist by the United States...
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Cubana Flight 455
Cubana de Aviación Flight 455 was a Cuban flight from Barbados to Jamaica that was brought down on October 6, 1976 by a bomb attack. All 73 people on board the Douglas DC-8 aircraft were killed. Two ...
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