U.S. State Department’s Rewards for Justice program: $10 million reward for information about the new ISIS leader

NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — Spokesperson for the U.S.-led International Coalition Colonel Wayne Marotto renewed the U.S. offer of $10 million to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest of the new leader of the Islamic State (ISIS).

On Thursday, Marotto stated on Twitter that the U.S. offer was presented in order to bring the new ISIS leader, Haji Abdullah, to justice. “To bring al-Mawla aka ‘Hajji Abdallah’, ISIS/Daesh leader, to justice, the U.S. Gov is offering a reward up to $10 Million to individuals who furnish info leading to his arrest, so that we can ease the victims’ suffering & serve the cause of justice,” wrote Marotto.

It was reported that the terrorist Haji Abdullah or Amir Muhammad Saeed Abd al-Rahman al-Mawla cooperated with the U.S. while imprisoned in Iraq to protect himself, according to recently disclosed confidential U.S. documents.

Haji Abdullah is thought to be hiding out somewhere in Syria or Iraq.