Sbarro bomber Ahlam Tamimi (YouTube Screenshot) (YouTube Screenshot)
Sbarro bomber Ahlam Tamimi


Brazen terrorist Ahlam Tamimi gloats over the fact that the Arab kingdom lacks an extradition treaty with the United States under which she could be forced to face trial on American soil for her heinous crimes.

Ahlam Tamimi was sentenced to 16 life sentences for her role in the 2001 Sbarro pizzeria bombing in Jerusalem, which left 15 Israelis dead, including 7 children and a pregnant woman, but was let out of prison in 2011 as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner exchange.

In this interview with Al-Jazeera, the unrepentant terrorist brags about her new life in Jordan.

Tamimi remains wanted by the U.S. government for conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction against U.S. nationals abroad and remains on the FBI’s list of most wanted terrorists, with a $5 million reward awaiting anyone who provides information leading to her arrest or conviction.