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Abdul Rahman al-Omari
Known for Wrongly accused of being a 9/11 hijacker
Children 4

Abdul Rahman al-Omari (Arabic: عبدالرحمن العمري‎, `Abd ar-Raḥman al-`Umarī) was a pilot[citation needed] for Saudi Arabian Airlines. He is best known for mistakenly being named by the FBI[citation needed] as the pilot of American Airlines Flight 11 in the September 11, 2001 attacks.


He had once worked at JFK Airport.[1]

Wrongly AccusedEdit

He had moved out of his Vero Beach, Florida residence with his wife and four children on September 3 2001, but it was quickly shown that he was still alive, and the FBI issued an apology.

Real Identity of AttackersEdit

It was quickly determined that Mohamed Atta was the pilot among the hijackers. The FBI then named Abdulaziz al-Omari as a hijacker.



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