Abdul Rahman Yasin is one of the famous Criminal, who was born on the memorable day of April 10 in the year 1960. Hailing from the vibrant city of Indiana, Abdul Rahman Yasin is a proud citizen of United States.
Iraqi extremist who assisted in the February 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. He was released from custody after taking to the FBI and flew back to Iraq in March 1993.
Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Abdul Rahman Yasin continues to be an inspiration for many.
Details about Abdul Rahman Yasin
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He was born in Bloomington and was recruited by Pakistani terrorist Ramzi Yousef.
The Iraqi government wanted certain United Nations sanctions lifted in exchange for handing him over the United States, but negotiations fell through.
His father moved from Iraq to Indiana to study for his PhD. Once he returned to Iraq, he was given money by former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.
Abdul Rahman Yasin Timeline
In 1992, Yasin was able to use his American birth citizenship to obtain a US passport and thus enter the United States.
He has been characterized in the American media as "the only participant in the first attempt to blow up the World Trade Center in 1993 who was never caught." Yasin's whereabouts remain unknown.
In 1994, the Iraqi authorities arrested and imprisoned Yasin, and sent an emissary to the State Department to inform them that they had crucial information about a perpetrator of the World Trade Center attack and were prepared to cooperate.
November 1997 marked the month when two others were convicted in a court for their contributions to the bombing, but only "one other man believed to be directly involved in the attack, Iraqi Abdul Rahman Yasin, remained at large.".
S. government had been informed of Yasin's whereabouts, on October 10, 2001, Yasin's name appeared at the top of the list of the FBI's 22 Most Wanted Terrorists, which was released to the public by President George W.
In 2002, following the September 11th attacks, Iraq attempted to hand Yasin over to the US government and began negotiating extradition protocols with the Americans via Egypt.