Ahlam Aref Ahmad al-Tamimi on FBI's Most Wanted list

The FBI has placed a Jordanian woman who assisted in the 2001 suicide bombing of a Jerusalem restaurant on its "Most Wanted Terrorist" list. The US case against Ahlam Aref Ahmad al-Tamimi was filed under seal in 2013 but announced publicly by the justice department on Tuesday. The charge against al-Tamimi stems from an August 9, 2001, bombing at a Sbarro pizza parlor that, in addition to killing 15 people, also injured roughly 120 others. Two of those killed were US nationals. After her capture, Tamimi, now in her mid-30s, pleaded guilty at trial in Israel and was sentenced in 2003 to 16 life prison terms. The criminal complaint unsealed on Tuesday charged al-Tamimi, who worked as a journalist
Share on Google Plus

About musa gambo tukura

This is a short description in the author block about the author. You edit it by entering text in the "Biographical Info" field in the user admin panel.
    Blogger Comment
    Facebook Comment


Post a Comment