Washington (news now) 02/09/2022 00:59
10 million dollars for anyone who provides any information about Shihab Al-Muhajir
On Monday, the US Department of State’s Rewards for Justice program revealed a reward of up to $10 million for anyone who provides information about a leader of the “ISIS-Khorasan” organization.
The US State Department said in a statement that theRewards for JusticeIt will provide ten million dollars for information that may lead to the identification or location of the leader of ISIS-Khorasan, Thanaullah Ghafari, also known as Shihab al-Muhajir, as well as information that may lead to the arrest or conviction in any country of those responsible for the August 26, 2021 attack. The terrorist at Kabul airport.
The US State Department stated that Ghafari was appointed by ISIS in June 2020, to lead the organization’s branch known as ISIS-Khorasan, stressing that Ghafari “is responsible for approving all ISIS-Khorasan operations throughout Afghanistan and coordinating funding to carry out the operations.” “.
Reward up to $10 million! 💰
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— Rewards for Justice (@RFJ_USA) February 7, 2022
and in November 22, 2021, The US State Department has designated three leaders of ISIS-K as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT) under Executive Order 13224, as amended, headed by Ghafari.
An explosion launched by a suicide bomber at one of the gates of Kabul International Airport last August killed 185 people, including 13 American soldiers who were supervising the evacuation efforts from Afghanistan, coinciding with the United States’ announcement of its withdrawal from the longest war in its history.
The explosion also wounded 150 people, including 18 American soldiers, and ISIS-Khorasan claimed responsibility for the attack, according to the US State Department.
On September 29, 2015, the US government classified ISIS-K as a Specially Designated Organization (SDGT), and on January 14, 2016, the US State Department placed it in the designation of foreign terrorist organizations “FTO”.