The United States has offered $10 million reward for information on Hezbollah’s donors to disrupt the finances of Lebanon’s Shiite militant movement.
The U.S. State Department said it would give the money to anyone who provides intelligence on the financial institutions that assist the transactions of the movement.
The State Department listed alleged Hezbollah financier Ali Youssef Charara in the terror list for funding the group millions of dollars in the telecommunications industry in West Africa.
The United States has vowed for decades to fight the Shiite group.
Hezbollah is accused in the 1983 attack on U.S. military barracks in Beirut that killed 241 Americans.
Hezbollah functions as a political party in Lebanon and enjoys support among Lebanese.
In order to counter the influence of Iran dealing with Hezbollah is a top priority of the United States.
Iran is the primary
backer of Hezbollah.