Haytham ‘Ali Tabataba’i

Haytham ‘Ali Tabataba’i

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Haytham ‘Ali Tabataba’i is a key Hizballah military leader who has commanded Hizballah’s special forces in both Syria and Yemen. Tabataba’i’s actions in Syria and Yemen are part of a larger Hizballah effort to provide training, materiel, and personnel in support of its destabilizing regional activities. In October 2016, the Department of State designated Tabataba’i as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist pursuant to Executive Order 13224.

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Salih al-Aruri

Salih al-Aruri

Up to $5 Million Reward

In October 2017, Salih Al-Aruri, one of the founders of the Izzedine al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’s military wing, was elected deputy leader of the Hamas Political Bureau. Al-Aruri funds and directs Hamas military operations in the West Bank and has been linked to several terrorist attacks, hijackings, and kidnappings. In 2014, al-Aruri announced Hamas’s responsibility for the June 12, 2014 terrorist attack that kidnapped and killed three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank, including dual U.S.–Israeli citizen Naftali Fraenkel. He publicly praised the murders as a “heroic operation.” In September 2015, the U.S. Department of the Treasury designated al-Aruri as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) pursuant to Executive Order 13224, a move which imposed sanctions on his financial assets.

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Khalil Yusif Harb

Khalil Yusif Harb

Up to $5 Million Reward

Khalil Yusif Harb is a close adviser to Secretary General Hassan Nasrallah, leader of the Lebanese Hizballah terrorist group, and has served as the group’s chief military liaison to Iranian and Palestinian terrorist organizations. Harb has commanded and supervised the organization’s military operations in the Palestinian territories and several countries throughout the Middle East. Since 2012, Harb has been involved in the movement of large amounts of currency to Hizballah’s political allies in Yemen. In August 2013, the U.S. Department of the Treasury designated Harb as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist pursuant to Executive Order 13224.

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Murat Karayilan

Murat Karayilan

Up to $5 Million Reward

Murat Karayilan, head of the People’s Defense Forces (HPG) and a senior leader of the PKK. He is designated by the Department of the Treasury. Karayilan is also indicted by the Government of Turkey for inciting violent attacks.

The Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), also known as Kongra-Gel is a regionally active terrorist organization and a U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO). The PKK has targeted Turkish government officials, police and security forces and indiscriminately injured and killed civilians. PKK uses its network and criminal activities across Europe to obtain weapons and materials. The PKK has used suicide bombers, vehicle borne improvised explosive devices (VBIEDs), and other indiscriminate terror tactics. The PKK also recruits and indoctrinates youths, sometimes by abduction, and employs them as militants. In 1993 the PKK kidnapped 19 Western tourists including an American and in 1995 two Americans were injured in a PKK bombing.

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Duran Kalkan

Duran Kalkan

Up to $3 Million Reward

Duran Kalkan is an Executive Committee Member and senior leader of the PKK. He was responsible for an attack that killed seven Turkish soldiers in December 2009. Kalkan is also designated by the Department of the Treasury.

The Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), also known as Kongra-Gel is a regionally active terrorist organization and a U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO). The PKK has targeted Turkish government officials, police and security forces and indiscriminately injured and killed civilians. PKK uses its network and criminal activities across Europe to obtain weapons and materials. The PKK has used suicide bombers, vehicle borne improvised explosive devices (VBIEDs), and other indiscriminate terror tactics. The PKK also recruits and indoctrinates youths, sometimes by abduction, and employs them as militants. In 1993 the PKK kidnapped 19 Western tourists including an American and in 1995 two Americans were injured in a PKK bombing.

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Cemil Bayik

Cemil Bayik

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Cemil Bayik is an Executive Committee Member, founding member and senior leader of the PKK. Bayik is also designated by the Department of the Treasury.

The Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), also known as Kongra-Gel is a regionally active terrorist organization and a U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization (FTO). The PKK has targeted Turkish government officials, police and security forces and indiscriminately injured and killed civilians. PKK uses its network and criminal activities across Europe to obtain weapons and materials. The PKK has used suicide bombers, vehicle borne improvised explosive devices (VBIEDs), and other indiscriminate terror tactics. The PKK also recruits and indoctrinates youths, sometimes by abduction, and employs them as militants. In 1993 the PKK kidnapped 19 Western tourists including an American and in 1995 two Americans were injured in a PKK bombing.

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Khalid Saeed al-Batarfi

Khalid Saeed al-Batarfi

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Khalid al-Batarfi is a senior member of AQAP in Yemen’s Hadramaut Governorate and a former member of AQAP’s shura council. In 1999, he traveled to Afghanistan, where he trained at al-Qa’ida’s al-Farouq camp. In 2001, he fought alongside the Taliban against U.S. forces and the Northern Alliance. In 2010, al-Batarfi joined AQAP in Yemen, led AQAP fighters in taking over Yemen’s Abyan Province, and was named AQAP’s emir of Abyan. Following the death of AQAP leader Nasir al-Wuhayshi in a June 2016 U.S. military strike, he issued a statement warning that al-Qa’ida would destroy the U.S. economy and attack other U.S. interests.

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Ahadon Adak

Ahadon Adak

Up to $250,000 Reward

Ahadon Adak is a commander in the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). On September 29, 2009 on Jolo Island, Philippines, an MNLF-placed explosive device blew up a convoy of military vehicles. The blast killed two U.S. Army soldiers and an Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) soldier, who were part of a humanitarian mission to (Full Text »)

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Tahil Sali

Tahil Sali

Up to $500,000 Reward

Tahil Sali is a commander in the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). On September 29, 2009 on Jolo Island, Philippines, an MNLF-placed explosive device blew up a convoy of military vehicles. The blast killed two U.S. Army soldiers and an Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) soldier, who were part of a humanitarian mission to (Full Text »)

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Sayf al-Adl

Sayf al-Adl

Up to $10 Million Reward

Al-Adl is an al-Qa’ida senior leader and a member of AQ’s leadership council, the “majlis al-shura.” Al-Adl also heads al-Qa’ida’s military committee.

Al-Adl was indicted and charged by a federal grand jury in November 1998 for his role in the August 7, 1998, bombings of the U.S. embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi Kenya. The attacks killed 224 civilians and wounded more than 5,000 others.

He was a lieutenant colonel in the Egyptian Special Forces until his arrest in 1987 with thousands of other anti-government militants following an assassination attempt on Egypt’s interior minister

As early as 1990, al-Adl and other al-Qa’ida operatives provided military and intelligence training in various countries, including Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Sudan, for the use of al-Qa’ida and its affiliated groups, including the Egyptian Islamic Jihad.

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