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Imad Mugniyah
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Terrorist
    (December 7, 1962-February 12, 2008)
    Born in Tayr Dibba, Lebanon
    Senior official in Hezbollah
    Called 'the bin Laden of the 80s'
    In Beirut, he was responsible for the bombings of the US Embassy (April 18, 1983; 63 dead), the US Marine barracks (October 23, 1983; 241 dead) and the French paratrooper barracks (October 23, 1983; 58 dead).
    He participated in the hijacking of TWA Flight 847 (June 13, 1985) in which a US Navy diver was shot and dumped onto the tarmac.
    He was behind numerous kidnappings of Westerners in Beirut during the 1980s.
    In Buenos Aires, he masterminded the bombings of the Israeli embassy (March 17, 1992), killing 29, and the AMIA Building (July 18, 1984), killing 86.
    US plans to capture him in France (1986) were thwarted by French officials refusing to detain him.
    Hostage David Jacobson described him as 'tall, slender, well-dressed, and handsome [with] penetrating eyes.'
    He was killed by a car bomb.
    Former hostage Terry Anderson said, 'To hear that his career has finally ended is a good thing, and it's appropriate that he goes up in a car bomb.'

Credit: C. Fishel


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