Rewards for Justice (RFJ)

Stop a terrorist. Save lives

The most important reasons to stop a terrorist are all around you. Terrorism kills innocent people in every walk of life. By providing information that prevents a terrorist act, you save lives, protect families, and preserve peace. The United States is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of persons engaged in terrorism.
If you have information that can help, please submit a tip now by texting RFJ at +1-202-702-7843 via Signal, Telegram, or WhatsApp (voice calls are not accepted).

RFJ, the U.S. Department of State’s Counter-Terrorism Rewards Program, was established by the 1984 Act to Combat International Terrorism, Public Law 98-533 (codified at 22 U.S.C. § 2708). Administered by the State Department’s Bureau of Diplomatic Security, RFJ’s goal is to bring international terrorists to justice and prevent acts of international terrorism.

WANTED

Bombing of U.S. Embassies Kenya and Tanzania (August 7, 1998)
On August 7, 1998, members of the terrorist group al-Qa’ida simultaneously bombed the U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The Rewards for Justice program is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information that brings to justice any individual who is responsible for these attacks. More information »

Husayn Muhammed al-Umari
Up to $5 Million Reward
The U.S. Department of State has authorized a reward of up to $5 million for information leading to the arrest and/or conviction of Husayn Muhammed al-Umari.Husayn Muhammed al-Umari is wanted by the FBI for his alleged participation in the August 11, 1982 bombing of Pan American World Airways flight 830, which resulted in the murder of one passenger, the wounding of 16 passengers, and the attempted murder of 267 passengers and the crew on board. More information »

Abdul Wali
Up to $3 Million Reward
Abdul Wali is the leader of Jamaat ul-Ahrar (JuA), a militant faction affiliated with Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). He reportedly operates from Afghanistan’s Nangarhar and Kunar Provinces. Under Wali’s leadership, JuA has been one of the most operationally active TTP networks in Punjab Province and has claimed multiple suicide bombings and other attacks throughout Pakistan. In March 2016, JuA conducted a suicide bombing at a public park in Lahore, Pakistan that killed 75 people and injured 340. In August 2015, JuA claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing in Punjab that killed Punjab Home Minister Shuja Khanzada and 18 of his supporters. More Information »

Sami Jasim Muhammad al-Jaburi
Up to $5 Million Reward
Sami Jasim Muhammad al-Jaburi, also known as Hajji Hamid, is a senior leader of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and a legacy member of ISIS’s predecessor organization, al-Qa’ida in Iraq (AQI). Muhammad al-Jaburi has been instrumental in managing finances for ISIS’s terrorist operations. More information »

 

Lebanese Hizballah’s Financial Network
Rewards for Justice is offering a reward of up to $10 million for information leading to the disruption of the financial mechanisms of Lebanese Hizballah. Terrorist groups such as Hizballah rely on financing and facilitation networks to sustain operations and launch attacks globally. Hizballah earns almost one billion dollars annually through direct financial support from Iran, international businesses and investments, donor networks, corruption, and money laundering activities. More information »

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. More information »

AQ Senior Leadership in Iran: 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. More information »

AQ Senior Leadership in Iran: Ali Sayyid Muhamed Mustafa al-Bakri
Up to $5 Million Reward
Ali Sayyid Muhamed Mustafa al-Bakri is an al-Qaida member and an explosives and chemical weapons expert. He is a member of the al-Qaida Shura council and is a close associate of al-Qaida leaders Saif al-Adel and Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Prior to joining al-Qaida, al-Bakri was a member of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad terrorist group, under the direction of Ayman al-Zawahiri. More information »

Persons engaged in certain activities that support North Korea
In order to support international efforts to disrupt North Korea’s illicit activities, the State Department’s Rewards for Justice (RFJ) program offers rewards of up to $5 million for information that leads to the disruption of financial mechanisms of persons engaged in certain activities that support North Korea, including money laundering, exportation of luxury goods to North Korea, specified cyber-activity and actions that support WMD proliferation. More information »