U.S. offers multi-million dollar rewards for ISIS group leaders
The State Department announced Tuesday that it would pay up to $7 million for any information
The Obama administration is offering rewards of up to $20 million for information leading to the whereabouts of four top leaders of ISIS.
Through its Rewards for Justice program, the State Department announced Tuesday that it would pay up to $7 million for information on Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, up to $5 million each for Abu Mohammed al-Adnani and Tarkhan Tayumurazovich Batirashvili and up to $3 million for Tariq Bin-al-Tahar Bin al Falih al-’Awni al-Harzi.
According to the department, Qaduli is a senior IS official who originally joined al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Iraq, Adnani is an official ISIS spokesman, Batirashvili is a battlefield commander in northern Syria and Harzi is the group’s leader for the border region between Syria and Turkey.