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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.

Biography[]

He had once worked at JFK Airport.[1]

Wrongly Accused[]

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 Attackers[]

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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