WASHINGTON (WUSA/CBS) - The FBI added a new person to the "Seeking Information - Terrorism" list that names people with possible connections to terrorist organizations or possible terrorist activity against the U.S.
Shaykh Aminullah is wanted for questioning for his connection to Al Qaeda, the Taliban and anti-coalition militias with the aid of Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayyiba. Aminullah also allegedly provided assistance, including funding and recruits, to the Al Qaeda network; provided funding and other resources, including explosive vests, to the Taliban; and facilitated the activities of anti-coalition militants operating in Afghanistan by raising money in support of terrorist activities, the FBI stated in a press release.
According to the FBI, Aminullah is believed to live in the Ganj District of Peshawar, Pakistan. He described to be about 50 years old, 5'10" tall, light skin, thin with a large and round stomach. He is known to wear think glasses and keep curly, chest-length salt-and-pepper beard.
The FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists List was created in October 2001. The FBI subsequently created the Seeking Information - Terrorism list to publicize their efforts to locate terrorism suspects not yet indicted in the U.S.