Most wanted terrorist in the world
The most wanted terrorists in the world are among those responsible for the most heinous attacks, have dozens of deaths on their consciences, daily risk of causing the outbreak of World War III. Because of this, rewards million dollars size hanging over their heads, although rarely are useful to lead to their capture. Wanted dead or alive, these men and women are constantly targeted by police and intelligence agencies around the world, but as ghosts they are able, almost always, to cover their tracks.
With a reward of up to 25 million dollars, Ayman Al-Zawahiri is the most wanted terrorist of the world. Egyptian physician, Al-Zawahiri is the founder and leader of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad which opposes the secular Egyptian Government seeking its overthrow through violent means and which merged in approximately 1998 with Al Qaeda. Ayman Al-Zawahiri has been indicted for his alleged role in the August 7, 1998, bombings of the United States Embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya.
The reward for information leading directly to the capture of Ramadan Abdullah Mohammad Shallah is up to 5 million dollars. Shallah is a Palestinian who earned a PhD in Banking and Economics in England and in the past worked for many universities in England, in the United States and in Egypt. He was one of the original founding members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (of which is presently the Secretar-Gneral and leader) and since 1995 is a “Specially Designated Terrorist” under the US law. He is wanted for conspiracy to conduct the affairs of the terrorist organization through a pattern of racketeering activities such as bombings, murders, extortions, and money laundering.
The reward is up to 5 million dollars even for Jehad Serwan Mostafa, American, being sought for his alleged terrorist activities and acting as an operating member of al-Shabaab, a Somalia-based terrorist organization. Left-handed, graduated from a university in California with a bachelor's degree in economics, he speaks English, Arabic, and Somali.
Even Muhammad Ahmed Al-Munawar is a 5 million dollars terrorist. Born in Kuwait, he was for his alleged role in the September 5, 1986, hijacking of Pan American World Airways Flight 73 during a stop in Karachi, Pakistan. The attack resulted in the murder of 20 passengers and crew, including two American citizens, and the attempted murder of 379 passengers and crew. He is believed to be a member of the Abu Nidal terroristic organization.
There is a reward up to 5 million dollars even for Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah, an Egyptian indicted for his alleged involvement in the August 7, 1998, bombings of the US Embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya.
Another reward up to 5 million dollars is that for Mohammed Ali Hamadei, born in Lebanon, indicted for his role and participation in the June 14, 1985, hijacking of a commercial airliner which resulted in the assault on various passengers and crew members, and the murder of one US citizen.
Like Hamadei, even Hasan Izz-Al-Din is a 5 million dollars terrorist from Lebanon indicted for his role in planning and participating in the June 14, 1985, hijacking of a commercial airliner. Izz-Al-Din is an alleged member of the terrorist organization, Lebanese Hizballah.
Last but not least, Joanne Chesimard is still the most wanted female terrorist in the world, with a reward up to 1 million dollars. Born in New York, she escaped from prison in Clinton, New Jersey, while serving a life sentence for the murder of a police officer on May 2, 1973, while she was part of the revolutionary extremist organization known as the Black Liberation Army. In 1977 she was sentenced to life in prison, but on November 2, 1979, Chesimard escaped from prison and lived underground before being located in Cuba in 1984.