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Make millions of dollars hunting wanted terrorists.

Updated on May 30, 2011
Terrorist with AK47
Terrorist with AK47

Catch a known terrorist and you could strike it rich

It sounds difficult and it really is. Most people don't think about going on their own personal crusade, but if you have been itching for a piece of the action that has been taking hold of the world for the past many years, I could let you in on a little piece of information that could allow you to snag a terrorist and make some money while doing it. This probably isn't for everyone and more than likely you will not take part in it, but it is fun to see what the governments are offering for the capture of some well known terrorists.

Wanted: Ayman Al-Zawahiri

This guy is the founder of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad. The specific organization opposes the secular Egyptian government and they are apparently trying to overthrow it through violent mean, or any means necessary. Ayman Al-Zawahiri has been indicted for his role in the bombings of the U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya.

If you think you can snag this guy, you are looking at a hefty $25M reward which could quite possibly set you for life.

Ayman Al-Zawahiri has Egyptian citizenship.

Wanted: Saif Al-Adel

Saif Al-Adel works in collaboration with Ayman-Al-Zawahiri it is speculated and is also possibly a member of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad. This guy is also a high ranking member of the al-Qaida organization and has been indicted for his role in the August 7 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya.

This one is worth a $5M reward is you can get your hands on him. If you played your cards right when you caught him, he may even tell you where Ayman Al-Zawahiri can be found. You could kill two birds with one stone so to speak.

Saif Al-Adel has Egyptian citizenship.

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Wanted: Ali Sayyid Muhamed Mustafa Al-Bakri

First of all, if you can say this guys name 5x fast, I'll give you $5M reward myself. Just kidding. This guy is a really bad dude who is a member of al-Qaida and is also an explosives and chemical weapons expert. He is also quite the close associate to al-Qaida leaders Ayman Al-Zawahiri and Saif Al-Adel. He also participates in training al-Qaida members and other extremist groups. If you get him, you clean up a lot of the mess of this world.

Ali Sayyid Muhamed Mustafa Al-Bakri is worth up to a $5M reward if caught.

He holds Egyptian citizenship.

Wanted: Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah

Abdullah Oblongata. Sorry, another dumb joke. It's really Medulla Oblongata. But anyways, this guy is, as you guessed it, indicted for his role in the August 7, 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya. Like most of the wanted terrorists, he is a member of al-Qaida. I don't really know a whole lot about his guy. You may have to research him more if you wish to hunt him down.

Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah is worth up to $5M if caught.

He holds Egyptian citizenship.

Wanted: Wali Ur Rehman

I'm not going to lie to you on this one. He is a mean and pretty bad guy. Going after him could result in an epic failure. Wali Ur Rehman is second in command and the chief military strategist of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan or TTP. He has organized and participated in cross-border attacks against U.S. and NATO troops. He is also wanted for the murder of seven Americans on December 30, 2009 in Khost, Afghanistan.

If you go after him, it could be personal. He is probably one of the more bad guys listed on this page. He is very dedicated to what he does and he is wanted for it.

Wali Ur Rehman is worth up to $5M if caught.

He holds Pakistani citizenship.

Wanted: Wadoud Muhammad Hafiz Al-Turki

Mr. Wadoud is wanted for hijacking an airplane. This happened in 1986, September 5 to be exact. He apparently hijacked Pan Am flight 73 on the group in Karachi, Pakistan. Again, I don't know a whole lot about this guy and a Google search would probably yield some decent info on him.

Wadoud Muhammad Hafiz Al-Turki is worth up to $5M if caught.

He holds Palestinian citizenship.

Wanted: Muhammad Ahmed Al-Munawar

Muhammad Ahmed Al-Munawar is wanted for his part and collaboration with Wadoud Muhammad Hafiz Al-Turki in the airplane hijacking on September 5, 1986. Again, it was Pan Am flight 73 on the ground in Karachi, Pakistan.

He is worth up to $5M if caught.

He holds Palestinian citizenship.

Wanted: Doku Umarov

This is a pretty recent issue actually. Doku Umarov is the senior leader and military commander of the North Caucasus-based Caucasus Emirate group. This guy has openly claimed responsibility for the 2010 Moscow subway bombings in which killed 40 people. He was also involved in the 2009 Nevsky Express train bombing episode, which killed 28 people. There are still Russian extremists, like in every country, and this guy is one at large and if he isn't stopped, he will more than likely bomb something else.

Doku Umarov is worth up to $5M if caught.

He holds Russian citizenship.

Wanted: Mullah Omar

Mullah Omar could turn into the next Osama bin-Laden if the world doesn't watch out. He sheltered bin-Laden and his network of al-Qaida terrorists in the years prior to the September 11 attacks. It is stated that he remains at large and represents a continuing threat to America and her allies. This can be a a huge problem being that these organizations will be looking for retribution and Mullah Omar is quite capable of doing some very bad things. He controls a Taliban regime.

Mullah Omar is worth up to $10M if caught.

He holds Afghan Citizenship.


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