The state Department promised $ 10 million for information about the leader of “al-Nusra”

The U.S. Department of state has promised a reward of ten million dollars for information about the leader of the terrorist group “Jabhat EN-Nusra” (banned in Russia) Abu Muhammad al-Dzhulani. This is stated in the statement of the foreign Ministry posted on Twitter on Wednesday, may 10.

The report stated that under the leadership of al-Dzhulani group has carried out numerous terrorist attacks against civilians in Syria. The Agency mentions the kidnapping by militants of approximately 300 Kurds in 2015, and killing 20 residents of the Druze villages in Idlib province. It is also noted that in January 2017, “al-Nusra” has teamed up with other groups and formed the “Heat Tahrir al-sham”.

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On 10 may 2017, 14:44

The state Department notes that this is the first award that is assigned by the US authorities for a member of the “Dzhabhat EN-Nusra”, which is a division of the Syrian “al-Qaeda” (banned in Russia).

The reward for information about the action announced in the framework of the program “Reward for justice”, launched in 1984. It is noted that in the framework of the American government paid more than $ 125 million to people who provided information about terrorists.