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  1. WADOUD MUHAMMAD HAFIZ AL-TURKI

    Damaging an Aircraft; Unlawful Placing of a Destructive Device on an Aircraft; Performing an Act of Violence Against an Individual on an Aircraft; Hostage Taking; Murder of United States Nationals Outside of... more →

    REWARD: The Rewards For Justice Program, United States Department of State, is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information leading directly to the apprehension or conviction, in any country, of Wadoud Muhammad Hafiz Al-Turki.

    Wadoud Muhammad Hafiz Al-Turki was indicted in the District of Columbia 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, including 89 American citizens.

    Al-Turki is a heavy smoker. He has worked as a civil engineer and is most likely residing in a Middle Eastern country. Al-Turki is believed to be a member of the Abu Nidal Organization.

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    • Sliman Ali Ahmad El Turki
    • Salman Ali El Turki
    • Bou Baker Muhammad
    • Sulaiman Alturki
    • Sulaiman Turki
    Date(s) of Birth Used: June 21, 1955 Hair: Black
    Place of Birth: Baghdad, Iraq Eyes: Dark
    Height: 5'10" (180 centimeters) Complexion: Olive
    Weight: 143 pounds (65 kilograms) Sex: Male
    Build: Medium
    Citizenship: Palestinian and possibly Iraqi

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The alleged terrorists on this list have been indicted by sitting Federal Grand Juries in various jurisdictions in the United States for the crimes reflected on their wanted posters. Evidence was gathered and presented to the Grand Juries, which led to their being charged. The indictments currently listed on the posters allow them to be arrested and brought to justice. Future indictments may be handed down as various investigations proceed in connection to other terrorist incidents, for example, the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

The Rewards for Justice program, administered by the United States Department of State's Bureau of Diplomatic Security, offers rewards for information leading to the arrest of many of these terrorists.

It is also important to note that these individuals will remain wanted in connection with their alleged crimes until such time as the charges are dropped or when credible physical evidence is obtained, which proves with 100% accuracy, that they are deceased.