|Abdel Ghafour Yahia Abdullah||Abdel Ghafour Yahia Abdullah||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq||20050922||Link|
|Abdul Aziz Abdullah Sulaiman Al-Masoud||Abdul Aziz Abdullah Sulaiman Al-Masoud||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20060822||Link|
|Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Sheikh||Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al Sheikh||Learned Elders of Islam||Arabia||20030730|
|Abdulbaki Abdulkarim Abdullah Al Saadun||Abdulbaki Abdulkarim Abdullah Al Saadun||Iraqi Insurgency||Iraq-Jordan||20040210|
|Abdullah Abdul Aziz Al-Tuwaijeri||Abdullah Abdul Aziz Al-Tuwaijeri||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050629|
|Abdullah AbdulAziz AlTwaiajri||Abdullah AbdulAziz AlTwaiajri||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20060228||Link|
|Abdullah Abdul-Aziz al-Tweijri||Al-Tuwaijeri||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20060228|
|Abdullah Abu Nayan Al Subaea||Abdullah Abu Nayan Al Subaea||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20051117||Link|
|Abdullah Abu-Samh||Abdullah Abu-Samh||Learned Elders of Islam||Arabia||20031118|
|Abdullah Abu Samra||Abdullah Abu Samra||Fatah||Israel-Palestine||20040425||Link|
|Abdullah abu Shineibat||Abdullah abu Shineibat||Janjaweed||Africa: Horn||20040626||Link|
|Abdullah Ahamad||Abdullah Ahamad||Learned Elders of Islam||Southeast Asia||20040109|
|Abdullah Ahmad||Abdullah Ahmad||Indonesian Mujahideen Movement||Southeast Asia||20021107|
|Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah||Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Terror Networks||20031014|
|Abdullah Aidha Al-razami||Abdullah Aidha Al-razami||Faithful Youth||Arabia||20040706||Link|
|Abdullah al-Ajmi||Abdullah al-Ajmi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20051104||Link|
|Abdullah al Anzi||Abdullah al Anzi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20051028||Link|
|Abdullah al-Emarati||Abdullah al-Emarati||Saudi Sheikhs||Southeast Asia||20021005|
|Abdullah al-Faisal||Abdullah al-Faisal||Learned Elders of Islam||Britain||20060212||Link|
|Abdullah al-Faisal||Supreme Council of Global Jihad||Terror Networks||20030813|
|Abdullah Al Faruq||Abdullah Al Faruq||Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh||Bangladesh||20060331||Link|
|Abdullah Al Galib||Abdullah Al Galib||Jamaat-ul Mujahidin Bangladesh||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050819|
|Abdullah al-Hassan bin Mahmoud||Abdullah al-Hassan bin Mahmoud||Ansar al-Sunna Army||Iraq-Jordan||20040704||Link|
|Abdullah Al Hourani||Abdullah Al Hourani||Palestinian Authority||Middle East||Palestinian||20020711|
|Abdullah Alireza||Abdullah Alireza||Dar al-Maal-Islami||Home Front||20030507|
|Abdullah al-Janabi||Abdullah al-Janabi||Iraqi Insurgency||Iraq||20060703||Link|
|Abdullah Al-Janabi||Abdullah Al-Janabi||Mujahideen Front||Iraq-Jordan||20040628||Link|
|Abdullah Al-Kandari||Abdullah Al-Kandari||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20030601|
|Abdullah al-Karaam||Abdullah al-Karaam||al-Qaeda in Yemen||Arabia||20031213|
|Abdullah Almalki||Abdullah Almalki||al-Qaeda||Great White North||20030725|
|Abdullah Al Mamun||Abdullah Al Mamun||Islami Chhatra Shibir||Bangladesh||20060109||Link|
|Abdullah al-Motawah||Abdullah al-Motawah||Muslim Brotherhood||Arabia||20030327|
|Abdullah Al-Mrayat||Abdullah Al-Mrayat||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Israel-Palestine-Jordan||20060117||Link|
|Abdullah al Muhajir||Abdullah al Muhajir||Islamic Center of South Florida||Home Front||20031219|
|Abdullah al Muhajir||al-Qaeda||Home Front||20031219|
|Abdullah al Mujahir||Abdullah al Mujahir||al-Qaeda||Home Front: WoT||American||Jugged||Cannon Fodder||20020610|
|Alias of Jose Padilla, arrested in "Dirty Bomb" plot.|
|Abdullah al-Nashri||Abdullah al-Nashri||al-Qaeda affiliate||Arabia||20030427|
|Abdullah Al-Noaimi||Abdullah Al-Noaimi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20051106||Link|
|Abdullah al-Oteibi||Abdullah al-Oteibi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030604|
|Abdullah Al-Rashoud||Abdullah Al-Rashoud||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040703||Link|
|Abdullah Al-Refaei||Abdullah Al-Refaei||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031017|
|Abdullah al Rimi||Abdullah al Rimi||al-Qaeda in Yemen||Arabia||20060228||Link|
|Abdullah Al Rushoud||Abdullah Al Rushoud||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050705|
|Abdullah al-Rushud||Abdullah al-Rushud||base of the Jihad in the land of the two holy places||Arabia||Saudi||Deceased||Big Shot||20050627|
|one of Saudi Arabia's 26 most wanted suspects, killed at al-Qaim|
|Abdullah al-Ruzami||Abdullah al-Ruzami||Faithful Youth||Arabia||20040706||Link|
|Abdullah Al-Sabial||Abdullah Al-Sabial||Learned Elders of Islam||India-Pakistan||20030228|
|Abdullah al-Saeed al-Ghamdi||Abdullah al-Saeed al-Ghamdi||Chechnya||Caucasus||20040418||Link|
|Abdullah al Shami||Abdullah al Shami||Ansar al-Islam||Iraq||20051221||Link|
|Abdullah al-Shami||Abdullah al-Shami||al-Qaeda||Terror Networks||20060228||Link|
|Abdullah Al-Shami||Abdullah Al-Shami||Islamic Jihad||Middle East||20030807|
|Abdullah Al-Shami||Ansar al-Islam||Iraq-Jordan||20040212|
|Abdullah Al-Shimri||Abdullah Al-Shimri||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Arabia||20040618||Link|
|Abdullah Al-Shimri||Jamaat Al-Tawhid and Jihad||Arabia||20040618||Link|
|Abdullah al-Sihly||Abdullah al-Sihly||al-Qaeda||Iraq-Jordan||20050822|
|Abdullah Al-Turki||Abdullah Al-Turki||Muslim World League||Arabia||20031020|
|Abdullah al-Tweijri||Abdullah al-Tweijri||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20060227||Link|
|Abdullah Amer Al-Otaibi||Abdullah Amer Al-Otaibi||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||Kuwaiti||At Large||Tough Guy||20031017|
|Sentenced to 8 years in absentia in Kuwait in connection with murder of Michael Rene Pouliot and the attempted murder of David Caraway in a gun attack near Doha on Jan 21, 2003.|
|Abdullah Ansori||Abdullah Ansori||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||20040508||Link|
|Abdullah Aqel||Abdullah Aqel||Hamas||Middle East||Palestinian||20030831|
|Abdullah Azzam||Abdullah Azzam||International Islamic University||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050715|
|Abdullah Azzam||Markaz-ul-Dawa-al-Irshad||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050715|
|Abdullah Azzam||Markaz Dawatul Irshad||India-Pakistan||20040123|
|Abdullah Azzam||Markaz-ud-Dawawal-Irshad||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050706|
|Abdullah Azzam||al-Qaeda||Terror Networks||20020829|
|Abdullah ba Dheeb||Abdullah ba Dheeb||Hizb ut-Tahrir||Arabia||20031113|
|Abdullah Bhai||Abdullah Bhai||Jaish-e-Muhammad||India-Pakistan||20020603|
|Abdullah bin Abdul Mohsin al-Turki||Abdullah bin Abdul Mohsin al-Turki||Muslim World League||Home Front||20020708|
|Abdullah bin Ghalab al-Sahli al-Harbi||Abdullah bin Ghalab al-Sahli al-Harbi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040407|
|Abdullah bin Hussein al-Ahmar||Abdullah bin Hussein al-Ahmar||Supreme Council of Global Jihad||Terror Networks||20030813|
|Abdullah Bin Hussein al-Ahmar||Abdullah Bin Hussein al-Ahmar||Yemeni Islah Party||Arabia||20040302|
|Abdullah bin Jibrin||Abdullah bin Jibrin||Learned Elders of Islam||Arabia||20040103|
|Abdullah bin Laden||Abdullah bin Laden||Kadi International||Fifth Column||20040116|
|Abdullah bin Laden||Muslim Arab Youth Association||Fifth Column||20040116|
|Abdullah bin Laden||Taibah International Aid Association||Fifth Column||20040116|
|Abdullah bin Rashid al-Baghdadi||Abdullah bin Rashid al-Baghdadi||Mujahedeen Shura Council||Iraq||20060611||Link|
|Abdullah Daoud||Abdullah Daoud||Palestinian Authority||Middle East||Palestinian||20021125|
|Abdullah Daud||Abdullah Daud||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||20031216|
|Abdullah El-Faisal||Abdullah El-Faisal||Learned Elders of Islam||Britain||20030123|
|Abdullah Faaruuq||Abdullah Faaruuq||Islamic Council of New England||Home Front||20031028|
|Abdullah Farhad||Abdullah Farhad||Wazir Taliban||India-Pakistan||20060530||Link|
|Abdullah Farres bin Jufain Al-Rahimi Al-Mutairi||Abdullah Farres bin Jufain Al-Rahimi Al-Mutairi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030607|
|Abdullah Faryad||Abdullah Faryad||Lashkar-e-Jhangvi||India-Pakistan||20061002||Link|
|Abdullah Ghamdi||Abdullah Ghamdi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||Saudi||Deceased||Tough Guy||20050706|
|al-Qaida operative who was killed by Saudi police in a clash in western Saudi Arabia in early 2005|
|Abdullah Ghaznavi||Abdullah Ghaznavi||Lashkar-e-Tayyaba||India-Pakistan||20060713||Link|
|Abdullah Hashimi||Abdullah Hashimi||Al-Qaeda||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050712|
|Abdullah Himoni||Abdullah Himoni||al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades||Israel-Palestine||20020507|
|Abdullahi Ali Afrah||Abdullahi Ali Afrah||Council of Islamic Courts||Africa Horn||Somali||20060625||Link|
|Abdullah Ibn Abdul Mohsin Al-Turki||Abdullah Ibn Abdul Mohsin Al-Turki||Muslim World League||Arabia||20050612|
|Abdullah ibn Atiya ibn Hadid Al-Salmi||Abdullah ibn Atiya ibn Hadid Al-Salmi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031122|
|Abdullah ibn Ibrahim ibn Abdullah Al-Shabrami||Abdullah ibn Ibrahim ibn Abdullah Al-Shabrami||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20030602|
|Abdullah ibn Ibrahim ibn Abdullah Al-Shabrami||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||Saudi||Captured||Tough Guy||20030604|
|Escaped in the shootout that killed Yousuf Saleh Fahd Al-Ayeeri, but captured later the same day in Turba, S.A.|
|Abdullah Ibrahim al-Shadad||Abdullah Ibrahim al-Shadad||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||20050715|
|Abdullah Ibrahim Mohammed Hassan al Shadad||Abdullah Ibrahim Mohammed Hassan al Shadad||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||20050714|
|Abdullah Jabarah||Abdullah Jabarah||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030707|
|Abdullah Jan||Abdullah Jan||Taliban||Afghanistan/South Asia||Afghan||At Large||20040530||Link|
|Involved in negotiations over kidnapped Korean evangelists|
|Abdullah Jan||Lashkar-i-Jhangvi||Afghanistan/South Asia||20020223|
|Abdullah Janabi||Abdullah Janabi||Al-Jamaa al-Salafiya al-Mujahida||Iraq-Jordan||20040622||Link|
|Abdullah Kawasme||Abdullah Kawasme||Hamas||Middle East||Palestinian||20030621|
|Abdullah Khadar||Abdullah Khadar||al-Qaeda||Great White North||20040126|
|Abdullah Khadr||Abdullah Khadr||al-Qaeda||Great White North||20031015|
|Abdullah Khan||Abdullah Khan||al-Qaeda||Iraq-Jordan||20040210|
|Abdullah Khuja||Abdullah Khuja||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20051130||Link|
|Abdullah Mahsud||Abdullah Mahsud||al-Qaeda||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050920||Link|
|Abdullah Majid Al Nuaimi||Abdullah Majid Al Nuaimi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20051120||Link|
|Abdullah Masuhud||Abdullah Masuhud||Abu Sayyaf||Southeast Asia||20040321|
|Abdullah Mazhar Shah||Abdullah Mazhar Shah||Jamaat-ul-Furqaan||India-Pakistan||20030828|
|Abdullah Mehsud||Abdullah Mehsud||Taliban||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050811|
|Abdullah Misfer Ali Al-Ghamdi||Abdullah Misfer Ali Al-Ghamdi||al-Qaeda||Africa: North||Saudi||Jugged||Tough Guy||20020613|
|Detained in Morocco on suspicion of plotting "terrorist attacks" on US and British warships|
|Abdullah Mesfer Ali al-Ghamdi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||Saudi||Jugged||Tough Guy||20030602|
|Great exploding rubber raft caper. May have been released in a royal amnesty.|
|Abdellah Msafer El Ghamdi||al-Qaeda||North Africa||Saudi||Arrested||Tough Guy||20021209|
|planned to sail a dinghy loaded with explosives from Morocco into the Strait of Gibraltar to attack the U.S. and British warships. Arrested in Morocco. The Saudis are also accused of having planned to blow up a cafe in Marrakech, a major tourism city, and to attack tourist buses in the North African kingdom.|
|Abdullah Mesfer Ali al-Ghamdi||al-Qaeda||North Africa||Saudi||Jugged||Tough Guy||20030221|
|convicted on charges of attempted murder, attempted sabotage with the use of explosives and belonging to a "criminal organisation".|
|Abdullah Mohamed Al-Rumayan||Abdullah Mohamed Al-Rumayan||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050630|
|Abdullah Mohammad Saleh Al Ramyan||Abdullah Mohammad Saleh Al Ramyan||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||20050915||Link|
|Abdullah Mohammed Rashid al-Roshoud||Abdullah Mohammed Rashid al-Roshoud||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20040630||Link|
|Abdullah Mohammed Rashid al-Roshoud||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||Saudi||Deceased||20050623|
|No. 24 on a list of the 26 most-wanted terrorist leaders put out by Saudi Arabia; killed in fighting near the town of Qaim|
|Abdullah Mohammed Rashid al-Roshoud||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040701||Link|
|Abdullah Mohtadi||Abdullah Mohtadi||al-Qaeda||Middle East||20030227|
|Abdullah Mounder||Abdullah Mounder||al-Qaeda in Europe||Europe||Moroccan||Arrested||Tough Guy||20030123|
|Abdullah Muhammad Rajab Abdl-al-Rahman||Abdullah Muhammad Rajab Abdl-al-Rahman||al-Qaeda||International-UN-NGOs||20051002||Link|
|Abdullah Muhammad Rashid Al-Rashoud||Abdullah Muhammad Rashid Al-Rashoud||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031207|
|Abdullah Muhammad Rashid Al-Rushud||Abdullah Muhammad Rashid Al-Rushud||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050627|
|Abdullah Muhammad Saeed||Abdullah Muhammad Saeed||al-Qaeda||Home Front||20030218|
|Abdullah Muhammed Atala Muhammed||Abdullah Muhammed Atala Muhammed||al Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq||20051211||Link|
|Abdullah Muhaya Al-Shammary||Abdullah Muhaya Al-Shammary||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050629|
|Abdullah Muhia Shlash al-Sulaiti al-Shamari||Abdullah Muhia Shlash al-Sulaiti al-Shamari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20060228|
|Abdullah Mutlaq al-Mutairi||Ahmed Motlaq Al-Mutairi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031104|
|Abdullah Motlaq Al-Mutairi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031104|
|Abdullah Mutlaq al-Mutairi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||Kuwaiti||Arrested||Tough Guy||20030224|
|suspected of planning terrorist attacks on American forces based in Kuwait ahead of a possible U.S.-led attack on neighboring Iraq. The arrests follow a series of attacks on American soldiers and civilians in Kuwait|
|Ahmed Mutlaq al-Mutairi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||Kuwaiti||Arrested||Tough Guy||20030224|
|suspected of planning terrorist attacks on American forces based in Kuwait ahead of a possible U.S.-led attack on neighboring Iraq. The arrests follow a series of attacks on American soldiers and civilians in Kuwait|
|Abdullah Nasser Al Rahmani||Abdullah Nasser Al Rahmani||al-Qaeda||Bangladesh||20051224||Link|
|Abdullah Ocalan||Abdullah Ocalan||Kurdish Workers Party||International||Turkish||Jugged||Supremo||20030201|
|In 1998, Turkey massed troops along its border with Syria amid a demand that Damascus expel PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan. Weeks later, Ocalan quietly left Damascus and was captured by Turkish forces.|
|Abdullah Ocalan||Kurdistan Workers Party||Europe||20030808|
|Abdullah Ould Nafeh||Abdullah Ould Nafeh||al-Qaeda||Africa: Subsaharan||20040517||Link|
|Abdullah Qassir||Abdullah Qassir||Hizbullah||Syria-Lebanon-Iran||20050331|
|Abdullah Qawasmeh||Abdullah Qawasmeh||Hamas||Middle East||Palestinian||20030622|
|Abdullah Ramadan Shala||Abdullah Ramadan Shala||Islamic Jihad||Israel-Palestine-Jordan||20060416||Link|
|Abdullah Razami||Abdullah Razami||Faithful Youth||Arabia||20050623|
|Abdullah Razzaq||Abdullah Razzaq||Taliban||Afghanistan||20021124|
|Abdullah Rushud||Abdullah Rushud||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||20050716|
|Abdullah Sadeq||Abdullah Sadeq||Libyan Islamic Fighting Group||Africa: North||20051108||Link|
|Abdullah Sahadi||Abdullah Sahadi||Taliban||Afghanistan/South Asia||20020210|
|Abdullah Sahli||Abdullah Sahli||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Israel-Palestine-Jordan||20060315||Link|
|Abdullah Salah al-Harbi||Abdullah Salah al-Harbi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Iraq||20060302||Link|
|Abdullah Satar||Abdullah Satar||Supreme Council of Global Jihad||Terror Networks||20030813|
|Abdullah Satar||Mecca Welfare Association||Home Front||20040216|
|Abdullah Satar||al-Qaeda||Home Front: WoT||20040212|
|Abdullah Satar||Yemeni Islah Party||Home Front: WoT||20040212|
|Abdullah Saud Abu-Nayan al-Sobaie||Abdullah Saud Abu-Nayan al-Sobaie||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040502||Link|
|Abdullah Saud Abu Nayyan Al-Subaie||Abdullah Saud Abu Nayyan Al-Subaie||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031207|
|Abdullah Sayyaf||Abdullah Sayyaf||Lashkar-e-Taiba||Afghanistan/South Asia||20020113|
|Abdullah Shafee||Abdullah Shafee||Ansar Al-Islam||Iraq||20030408|
|Abdullah Shafeye||Abdullah Shafeye||Ansar al-Islam||Iraq||20030401|
|Abdullah Shaft||Abdullah Shaft||Ansar al-Islam||Iraq||20051221||Link|
|Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Al-Furqan||India-Pakistan||20031031|
|Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Tehrik Khuddamul Islam||India-Pakistan||20031105|
|Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Jamaat-ul-Furqaan||India-Pakistan||20030828|
|Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Jaish-e-Mohammad||India-Pakistan||20031031|
|Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Jamiatul Furqan||Afghanistan/South Asia||20040607||Link|
|Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Jamaatul Furqan||India-Pakistan||20031105|
|Abdullah Shah Mazhar||Masjid-e-Bataha||India-Pakistan||20031031|
|Abdullah Shallah||Abdullah Shallah||Islamic Jihad||Axis of Evil||20020715|
|Abdullah Shami||Abdullah Shami||Islamic Jihad||Middle East||20030106|
|Abdullah Shamil Abu Idris||Abdullah Shamil Abu Idris||Chechnya||Caucasus||20030226|
|Abdullah Shreidi||Abdullah Shreidi||Usbat al-Nour||Middle East||20030302|
|Abdullah Shreidi||Usbat al-Nur||Syria-Lebanon||20030716|
|Abdullah Shridi||Abdullah Shridi||Usbat al-Ansar||Middle East||20030225|
|Abdullah Suleiman al-Rajhi||Abdullah Suleiman al-Rajhi||al-Qaeda||20031110|
|Abdullah Sultan al-Qahtani||Abdullah Sultan al-Qahtani||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030612|
|Abdullah Sunata||Abdullah Sunata||Abu Sayyaf||Southeast Asia||20050909||Link|
|Abdullah Sungkar||Abdullah Sungkar||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||Indonesian||Deceased||Supremo||20030816|
|One of the founders of Jemaah Islamiyah.|
|Abdullah Sungkar||Supreme Council of Global Jihad||Terror Networks||20030813|
|Abdullah Syafei||Abdullah Syafei||Free Aceh Movement||Southeast Asia||20020123|
|Abdullah Taratshebak||Abdullah Taratshebak||al-Qaeda||Down Under||20051031||Link|
|Abdullah Taslim||Abdullah Taslim||Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh||Bangladesh||20060228||Link|
|Abdullah Thani Al-Anzai||Abdullah Thani Al-Anzai||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050702|
|Abdullah the Turk||Abdullah the Turk||al-Qaeda||Terror Networks||20021010|
|Abdullah Wahsh||Abdullah Wahsh||Islamic Jihad||Middle East||20021122|
|Abdullah Walad Mohamed Sayyed||Abdullah Walad Mohamed Sayyed||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050629|
|Abdul Majeed Muhammad Abdullah Al-Manie||Abdul Majeed Muhammad Abdullah Al-Manie||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031207|
|Abdul Rahman Abdullah||Abdul Rahman Abdullah||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Israel-Palestine-Jordan||20060315||Link|
|Abdur Rahman ibne Abdullah||Abdur Rahman ibne Abdullah||Jamaatul Mujahideen Bangladesh||Bangladesh||20060317||Link|
|Abi Abdullah||Abi Abdullah||al-Qaeda||India-Pakistan||20030504|
|Abid Abdullah||Abid Abdullah||Sipah-i-Sahaba||Afghanistan/South Asia||20040308|
|Abu Abdullah||Abu Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Afghanistan/South Asia||Algerian||Arrested||Big Shot||20020529|
|in charge of Islamic schools in eastern Afghanistan during the Taliban rule, but fled to Pakistan when the U.S.-led coalition began air strikes. Abdullah is married to a Pakistani woman, and has lived in Peshawar since December, they said. Abu Abdullah is also an alias of Osama bin Laden.|
|Abu Abdullah||Ansar al-Sunna||Iraq||20051221||Link|
|Abu Abdullah||Ansar al-Islam||Iraq||20051221||Link|
|Abu Abdullah||Friends of Shariah||Britain||20050705|
|Abu Abdullah||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||Deceased||20040601||Link|
|He had a direct hand in numerous terrorist activities in the area, including kidnappings, suicide bombings and attacks on Coalition Forces. In 2005, he facilitated the movement of weapons and foreign fighters into Mosul for al-Qaeda in Iraq operations.|
|Abu Abdullah Ahmed al-Oram||Abu Abdullah Ahmed al-Oram||al-Qaeda||Iraq-Jordan||20050831|
|Abu Abdullah al-Hassan bin Mahmoud||Abu Abdullah al-Hassan bin Mahmoud||Ansar al-Sunna||Iraq-Jordan||20040220|
|Abu Abdullah al-Hassan bin Massud||Abu Abdullah al-Hassan bin Massud||Ansar Al-Sunna||Iraq||20040205|
|Abu Abdullah al-Shafei||Abu Abdullah al-Shafei||Ansar al-Islam||Iraq||20051221||Link|
|Abu Abdullah al-Shafie||Abu Abdullah al-Shafie||Ansar al-Sunnah||Iraq||20060703||Link|
|Abu Abdullah Ashafi||Abu Abdullah Ashafi||Ansar al-Islam||Axis of Evil||20021223|
|Abu Abdullah Hasan bin Mahmud||Abu Abdullah Hasan bin Mahmud||Ansar al-Sunna||Iraq-Jordan||20040212|
|Abu Omar Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Saif||Abu Omar Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Saif||al-Qaeda||Caucasus/Russia/Central Asia||20051203||Link|
|Abu Omar Mohammed bin Abdullah al-Saif||Chechnya||Caucasus/Russia/Central Asia||20051203||Link|
|Adel Kamil Abdullah Al-Haji||Adel Kamil Abdullah Al-Haji||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20051106||Link|
|Adnan Abdullah Al-Sharief||Adnan Abdullah Al-Sharief||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050629|
|Adnan bin Abdullah Al Omari||Adnan bin Abdullah Al Omari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20051108||Link|
|Adnan ibn Abdullah ibn Fares Al-Amri||Adnan ibn Abdullah ibn Fares Al-Amri||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20051109||Link|
|Adul-Baqi Abdul-Karim Abdullah al-Saadoun||Adul-Baqi Abdul-Karim Abdullah al-Saadoun||Iraqi Insurgency||Iraq||20060703||Link|
|Ahmad Bin Nasser Abdullah al-Dakhil||Ahmad Bin Nasser Abdullah al-Dakhil||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030806|
|Ahmad ibn Abdullah Al-Shayie||Ahmad ibn Abdullah Al-Shayie||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Arabia||20050918||Link|
|Ahmed Abdullah||Ahmed Abdullah||Jamatul Mujahedeen Bangladesh||Bangladesh||20060403||Link|
|Ahmed Abdullah Ali||Ahmed Abdullah Ali||al-Qaeda||Britain||20060830||Link|
|Alahuddeen bin Abdullah||Alahuddeen bin Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||20040116|
|Alahuddeen bin Abdullah||Moro Islamic Liberation Front||Southeast Asia||20040116|
|Alahuddeen bin Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiah||Southeast Asia||20040114|
|Ali Abdullah||Ali Abdullah||Tablighi Jamaat||Home Front||20030714|
|Ali Abdullah Al-Rimi||Ali Abdullah Al-Rimi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20060512||Link|
|Ali Abdullah Asyan||Ali Abdullah Asyan||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20060228||Link|
|Ali Abdullah Hamad Al-Hamidi||Ali Abdullah Hamad Al-Hamidi||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030519|
|Ali Abdullah Hamad Al-Hamidi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20030602|
|Ali Abdullah Osyan||Ali Abdullah Osyan||al-Qaeda in Yemen||Arabia||20060305||Link|
|Ali Ridhaa bin Abdullah||Ali Ridhaa bin Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiya||Southeast Asia||20051111||Link|
|Ali Sheikh Abdullah Mubarak||Ali Sheikh Abdullah Mubarak||Tehrik Mujahideen||India-Pakistan||20020608|
|Allama Abdullah Ghazi||Allama Abdullah Ghazi||Tehrik Ahle Hadith||India-Pakistan||20030929|
|Amir Hussain Abdullah al-Misri||Amir Hussain Abdullah al-Misri||al-Qaeda||India-Pakistan||20040120|
|Ammar Abdullah Fadel||Ammar Abdullah Fadel||al-Qaeda in Yemen||Arabia||20060305||Link|
|Ashraf Abdulqareem Abdullah Saleh al-Waihaish||Ashraf Abdulqareem Abdullah Saleh al-Waihaish||al-Qaeda||Iran||20031107|
|Bandar Abdul Rahman Abdullah Al-Dakheel||Bandar Al-Dakheel||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||Saudi||20040525||Link|
|Bandar Abdul Rahman Abdullah Al-Dakheel||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||Saudi||20031207|
|Bassam Abderrazzak Abdullah Bukhua||Bassam Abderrazzak Abdullah Bukhua||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20030215|
|Bassam Abdullah Bukhowa||Bassam Abdullah Bukhowa||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040622||Link|
|Bodot Abdullah||Bodot Abdullah||Abu Sayyaf||Southeast Asia||20051116||Link|
|Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz||Crown Prince Abdullah bin Abdul-Aziz||Saudi Princes||Arabia||Saudi||Supremo||20020513|
|De facto ruler of Saudi Arabia. King Fahd is incapacitated by a stroke.|
|Crown Prince Abdullah||Saudi Princes||Middle East||20030118|
|Fahd Bin Abdullah Bin Khalid||Fahd Bin Abdullah Bin Khalid||International Islamic Front||India-Pakistan||20020916|
|Faisal Abdullah Mohammed||Faisal Abdullah Mohammed||al-Qaeda||East/Subsaharan Africa||20021204|
|Faisal Abdul Rahman Abdullah Al-Dakheel||Faisal Abdul Rahman Abdullah Al-Dakheel||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031207|
|Faris Abdullah Al-Dhahiry||Faris Abdullah Al-Dhahiry||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050701|
|Faris Abdullah Al-Dhahiry Al-Harbi||Faris Abdullah Al-Dhahiry Al-Harbi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050702|
|Fawzal Abdullah Mohammed||Fawzal Abdullah Mohammed||al-Qaeda in Africa||Africa: East||20030729|
|Fazul Abdullah Mohamed||Fazul Abdullah Mohamed||al-Qaeda in Africa||Africa: East||Comoran||At Large||Big Shot||20030826|
|Fazul Abdullah Mohammad||Fazul Abdullah Mohammad||al-Qaeda||East/Subsaharan Africa||20021204|
|Fazul Abdullah Mohammed||Fazul Abdullah Mohammed||al-Qaeda||East/Subsaharan Africa||20031105|
|Fazul Abdullah Mohammed||al-Qaeda in Africa||Africa: East||20040110|
|Fazul Abdullah Mohammed||al-Ittihaad al-Islamiyyah||Home Front: WoT||20040615||Link|
|Fazul Abdullah Muhammad||Fazul Abdullah Muhammad||al-Qaeda||Terror Networks||20020616|
|Furqon Abdullah||Furqon Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||Indonesian||Arrested||Tough Guy||20030925|
|student arrested by Pakistan authorities in Karachi in the same raid that netted Rusman Gunawan|
|General Abdullah||General Abdullah||Jamaat-ul-Mujhideen||Afghanistan/South Asia||At Large||Supremo||20020531|
|General Abdullah||Kashmir Resistance Force||India-Pakistan||20040227|
|General Abdullah||Jamiat ul- Mujahideen||India-Pakistan||20030718|
|Ghassan Abdullah al Sharbi||Ghassan Abdullah al Sharbi||al-Qaeda||Home Front: WoT||20051108||Link|
|Habis Abdullah al Saoub||Habis Abdullah al Saoub||al-Qaeda||Home Front||American||Arrested||Cannon Fodder||20030428|
|set out for Afghanistan in October 2001 and tried to enter the country by way of China but failed|
|Habis Abdullah al-Saoub||Habis Abdullah al-Saoub||al-Qaeda||India-Pakistan||20031122|
|Hamad bin Abdullah al-Aslami||Hamad bin Abdullah al-Aslami||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030804|
|Hamid bin Abdullah al Ali||Hamid bin Abdullah al Ali||al-Qaeda||Terror Networks||20060612||Link|
|Hanan Abdullah Raqib||Hanan Abdullah Raqib||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030602|
|Hassan Abdullah Hersi Al-Turki||Hassan Abdullah Hersi Al-Turki||Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation||Southeast Asia||20040712||Link|
|Hassan Abdullah Hersi Al-Turki||Al-Itihaad Al-Islamiya||Southeast Asia||20040712||Link|
|Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Ghaith||Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Ghaith||Learned Elders of Islam||Arabia||20060228||Link|
|Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Motair||Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Motair||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20050629|
|Ibrahim Abdullah Ibrahim al-Mutair||Ibrahim Abdullah Ibrahim al-Mutair||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20060228|
|Ibrahim bin Abdullah al-Dreiham||Ibrahim bin Abdullah al-Dreiham||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040620||Link|
|Ibrahim bin Abdullah Al-Duraihem||Ibrahim bin Abdullah Al-Duraihem||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040620||Link|
|Ibrahim Bin Abdullah Khalaf al-Harbi||Ibrahim Bin Abdullah Khalaf al-Harbi||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030806|
|Ibrahim ibn Abdullah Al-Ghaith||Ibrahim ibn Abdullah Al-Ghaith||Commission for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice||Arabia||20030522|
|Ishmail Muhammad Abdullah Bin Abdullah||Ishmail Muhammad Abdullah Bin Abdullah||al Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq||20051211||Link|
|Issa Abdullah Abderrahman al-Baluchi||Issa Abdullah Abderrahman al-Baluchi||al-Qaeda||Arabia||20030215|
|Jaber Abdullah Al-Jalahma||Jaber Abdullah Al-Jalahma||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031104|
|Jordan Abdullah||Jordan Abdullah||Abu Sayyaf||Southeast Asia||20040514||Link|
|Jordan Mamso Abdullah||Jordan Mamso Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||20040508||Link|
|Kamal Mustafa Abdullah al-Tikriti||Kamal Mustafa Abdullah al-Tikriti||Iraqi Baath Party||Iraq-Jordan||20040629||Link|
|Kamal Mustapha Abdullah al-Tikriti||Kamal Mustafa Abdallah Sultan Al-Tikriti||Iraqi Baath Party||Iraq||20030517|
|Kamal Mustapha Abdullah al-Tikriti||Iraqi Baath Party||Syria-Lebanon||20030419|
|Kamaluddin Abdullah||Kamaluddin Abdullah||Kaspadu||Africa: North||20040218|
|Kamel Abdullah Tubasi||Kamel Abdullah Tubasi||Hamas?||Israel-Palestine||20040425||Link|
|Mahdi Abdullah al-Dulaimi||Mahdi Abdullah al-Dulaimi||Iraqi Baath Party||Iraq||Iraqi||20030525|
|Maizuru Haiji Abdullah||Maizuru Haiji Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiah||Southeast Asia||20030902|
|Majdi Ahmed Mohammed Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Khabrani||Majdi Ahmed Mohammed Ibrahim Abdullah Al-Khabrani||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030607|
|Maulana Abdullah||Maulana Abdullah||Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam||India-Pakistan||20040217|
|Maulana Hafiz Abdullah||Maulana Hafiz Abdullah||Lashkar-e-Taiba||India-Pakistan||20040123|
|Maulvi Abdullah Jan||Maulvi Abdullah Jan||Taliban||Afghanistan||20030403|
|Moammar Abdullah al-Awamah||Moammar Abdullah al-Awamah||al-Qaeda||Syria-Lebanon||20031019|
|Mohamad Ikhwan Abdullah||Mohamad Ikhwan Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||20031216|
|Mohamed Abdullah Al-Dosari||Mohamed Abdullah Al-Dosari||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20030521|
|Mohamed Abdullah Rabaa||Mohamed Abdullah Rabaa||al-Qaeda affiliate||Africa: North||20050705|
|Mohammed Abdullah||Mohammed Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Great White North||20040205|
|Mohammed Abdullah Awida||Mohammed Abdullah Awida||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20050823|
|Mohammed Abdullah Owaida||Mohammed Abdullah Owaida||Al-Qaeda in Saudi Arabia||Arabia||20050821|
|Mohammed Abdullah Warsame||Mohammed Abdullah Warsame||al-Qaeda||Home Front||20040122|
|Mohammed Abdullah Warsame||al-Qaeda in North America||Home Front||20031213|
|Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Saif al-Jaber||Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Saif al-Jaber||Chechnya||Caucasus/Russia/Central Asia||20051203||Link|
|Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Saif al-Jaber||al-Qaeda||Caucasus/Russia/Central Asia||20051203||Link|
|Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Saif al-Jaber al-Buaynayn al-Tamimi||Mohammed bin Abdullah bin Saif al-Jaber al-Buaynayn al-Tamimi||Chechnya||Caucasus/Russia/Central Asia||20051211||Link|
|Mohammed Hassan Abdullah al-Sihly||Mohammed Hassan Abdullah al-Sihly||al-Qaeda||Iraq-Jordan||20050822|
|Mohammed Hassan Abdallah al Sihly||Al Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||20050825|
|Mohammed Othman Abdullah Al-Walidi Al-Shehri||Mohammed Othman Abdullah Al-Walidi Al-Shehri||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||Saudi||Deceased||Cannon Fodder||20030607|
|One of the Riyadh boom perpetrators|
|Mohdar Abdullah||Mohdar Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Home Front: WoT||20040627||Link|
|Mohmmed Abdullah Abujareer||Mohmmed Abdullah Abujareer||al-Tawhid||Africa North||20060428||Link|
|Muhamamd Abdullah||Muhamamd Abdullah||Sipah-e-Sahaba||India-Pakistan||20060323||Link|
|Muhammad Hasan Abdullah al-Sahli||Muhammad Hasan Abdullah al-Sahli||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Israel-Palestine-Jordan||20050921||Link|
|Muhammad Nur Abdullah||Muhammad Nur Abdullah||Islamic Society of North America||Home Front||20020903|
|Mujahid Haiji Abdullah||Mujahid Haiji Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiah||Southeast Asia||20030902|
|Mulla Abdullah||Mulla Abdullah||Taliban||Afghanistan||Deceased||20031113|
|Mullah Abdullah||Mullah Abdullah||Taliban||Afghanistan||Afghan||Deceased||20031014|
|involved in sabotaging activities in Wardak province|
|Mullah Abdullah Khalifani||Mullah Abdullah Khalifani||Ansar al-Islam||Axis of Evil||20021206|
|Mullah Abdullah Qasri||Mullah Abdullah Qasri||Kurdistan Jamaat-e Islami Party||Iraq||20030304|
|Mullah Abdullah Zabulwal||Mullah Abdullah Zabulwal||Taliban||Afghanistan||20031112|
|Mullah Abu Abdullah El-Shafei||Mullah Abu Abdullah El-Shafei||Al-Tawheed Movement||Axis of Evil||20021212|
|Mullah Abu Abdullah El-Shafei||Ansar Al-Islam||Axis of Evil||20021212|
|Mutaeb bin Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz||Mutaeb bin Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz||Saudi Princes||Arabia||20030520|
|Mutlaq Mahmoud Mutlaq Abdullah||Abu Raad||al-Qaeda in Iraq||Iraq-Jordan||Iraqi||At Large||20050605||Link|
|facilitator and financier for Abu Talha|
|Nasser bin Abdullah bin Nasser al-Sayyari||Nasser bin Abdullah bin Nasser al-Sayyari||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031201|
|Noralwizah Lee Abdullah||Noralwizah Lee Abdullah||Jemaah Islamiyah||Southeast Asia||Malaysian||20030816|
|Omar Abdullah Hassan al-Shehabi||Omar Abdullah Hassan al-Shehabi||Learned Elders of Islam||Arabia||20040606||Link|
|Omar Abdullah Kamal||Omar Abdullah Kamal||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040622||Link|
|Osama abu Abdullah||Osama abu Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Iraq-Jordan||20050905|
|Oussama Abdullah Kassir||Oussama Abdullah Kassir||al-Qaeda||Afghanistan/South Asia||20050722|
|Prince Abdullah||Prince Abdullah||Saudi Princes||Arabia||20020218|
|Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz||Prince Abdullah bin Abdulaziz||Saudi Princes||Arabia||20040317|
|Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud||Prince Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud||Saudi Princes||Arabia||20020309|
|Prince Abdullah bin Faisal bin Turki al Saud||Prince Abdullah bin Faisal bin Turki al Saud||Saudi Princes||Europe||20031001|
|Prince Sultan bin Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah Al-Saud||Prince Sultan bin Faisal bin Turki bin Abdullah Al-Saud||Saudi Princes||Middle East||20020723|
|Ramadan Abdullah||Ramadan Abdullah||Muslims of America||Home Front||20020702|
|Ramadan Abdullah Shalah||Ramadan Abdullah Shalah||Islamic Jihad||Israel-Palestine||20030528|
|Ramadan Abdullah Shallah||Ramadan Abdullah Shallah||Palestinian Islamic Jihad||Home Front||20030220|
|Ramadan Abdullah Shallah||Islamic Jihad||Israel-Palestine||Palestinian||At Large||Supremo||20030702|
|Resident in Damascus|
|Ramadan Abdullah Shallah||Ramadan Abdullah Shallah||Islamic Jihad||Middle East||20030702|
|Ramadham Abdullah Shallah||Ramadham Abdullah Shallah||Palestinian Islamic Jihad||Israel-Palestine||20010916|
|Ramzi Mohammed Abdullah Binalshibh||Ramzi Mohammed Abdullah Binalshibh||al-Qaeda||Europe||20031114|
|Ramzy Abdullah||Ramzy Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Home Front: WoT||20040304|
|Rayed Mohammed Abdullah Ali||Rayed Mohammed Abdullah Ali||al-Qaeda||Down Under||20060610||Link|
|Saaban bin Mohammad bin Abdullah al-Laylahi al-Shihri||Saaban bin Mohammad bin Abdullah al-Laylahi al-Shihri||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040624||Link|
|Saleh Abdullah Kamel||Saleh Abdullah Kamel||al-Qaeda||20031110|
|Salih bin Abdullah bin Humaid||Salih bin Abdullah bin Humaid||Saudi Sheikhs||Arabia||20040618||Link|
|Samir Saleh Abdullah Al-Suwailem||Samir Saleh Abdullah Al-Suwailem||Chechnya||Caucasus/Russia/Central Asia||Saudi||Deceased||Big Shot||20021228|
|Real name (purported) of Chechen Arab leader Khattab|
|Shadi Abdullah||Shadi Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Europe||20051027||Link|
|Shadi Mohammad Mustafa Abdullah||Shadi Mohammad Mustafa Abdullah||al-Tawhid||Europe||20030727|
|Shadi Mohd Mustafa Abdellah||Al-Tawhid||Europe||20030625|
|Shadi Mohd Mustafa A.||al-Tawhid||Europe||20030516|
|Shadi Mohd Mustafa Abdallah||al-Tawhid||Europe||20040210|
|Shafiq Rahman Abdullah Khan||Shafiq Rahman Abdullah Khan||International Islamic Relief Organisation||Down Under||20040131|
|Sheik Abdullah al-Faisal||Sheik Abdullah al-Faisal||Learned Elders of Islam||Britain||Jamaican||Jugged||Holy Man||20030224|
|jury found al-Faisal incited young, impressionable Muslims to kill non-believers, Americans, Hindus and Jews|
|Sheik Abdullah Bin Jebreen||Sheik Abdullah Bin Jebreen||Institute of Islamic and Arabic Sciences in America||Arabia||20040129|
|Sheik Abdullah Bin Jebreen||Learned Elders of Islam||Arabia||20040129|
|Sheik Abdullah Bin Jebreen||Saudi Sheikhs||Arabia||20040129|
|Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah||Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bin Abdullah||Saudi Sheikhs||Arabia||20030210|
|Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah al-Sheikh||Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah al-Sheikh||Learned Elders of Islam||Arabia||20031107|
|Sheikh Abdullah al-Ahmar||Sheikh Abdullah al-Ahmar||Yemeni Islah Party||Arabia||20040407|
|Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdul Rahman al-Jibrin||Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdul Rahman al-Jibrin||Saudi Sheikhs||Arabia||20030528|
|Sheikh Abdullah bin Jabreen||Sheikh Abdullah bin Jabreen||Saudi Sheikhs||Arabia||20060728||Link|
|Sheikh Abdullah Ibn Bayya||Sheikh Abdullah Ibn Bayya||International Organisation of Ulema||Europe||Saudi||At Large||20050611|
|Sheikh Abdullah Idris Ali||Sheikh Abdullah Idris Ali||Tablighi Jamaat||India-Pakistan||20030908|
|Sheikh Abdullah Nasser al-Sobeihi||Sheikh Abdullah Nasser al-Sobeihi||Saudi Sheikhs||Arabia||20031113|
|Sheikh Abdullah Shreidi||Sheikh Abdullah Shreidi||Usbat al-Ansar||Middle East||20020713|
|Sheikh Abdullah Shreidi||Usbat al-Nur||Middle East||20020716|
|Sheikh Muhammad Bin Abdullah Al-Dawish||Sheikh Muhammad Bin Abdullah Al-Dawish||Saudi Sheikhs||Down Under||20040625||Link|
|Sheikh Muhiddeen Abdullahi||Sheikh Muhiddeen Abdullahi||Almuntada al-Islami Trust||Africa Subsaharan||20040226|
|Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali||Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali||al-Qaeda in Europe||Britain||20050812|
|Taleb Saud Abdullah Al-Taleb||Taleb Saud Abdullah Al-Taleb||Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20031207|
|Tariq Abdullah||Tariq Abdullah||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||Kuwaiti||Jugged||Tough Guy||20030521|
|convicted of possessing explosives, arms and ammunition with the aim of carrying out illegal activities against the State of Kuwait; planned to blow the Israeli Trade Office (I.T.O.) in Qatar in 2001.|
|Tariq Abu Abdullah||Tariq Abu Abdullah||Iraqi Insurgency||Iraq-Jordan||20040311|
|Tengku Abdullah Syafiie||Tengku Abdullah Syafiie||Free Aceh Movement||Southeast Asia||20020626|
|Turki Nasser Abdullah||Turki Nasser Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Israel-Palestine-Jordan||20060302||Link|
|Yasser Abdullah Kamal||Yasser Abdullah Kamal||al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula||Arabia||20040622||Link|
|Yassin Abdullah Al-Qadi||Yassin Abdullah Al-Qadi||Qadi Group||Arabia||20051226||Link|
|Yildar Abdullah||Yildar Abdullah||al-Qaeda||Iraq-Jordan||20050713|
|Yusuf Abdullah al-Qaradawi||Yusuf Abdullah al-Qaradawi||Bank al-Taqwa||Home Front||20031028|
|Yusuf Abdullah al-Qaradawi||Muslim Brotherhood||Home Front||20031028|
|Yusuf Abdullah al-Qaradawi||Islamic Society of Boston||Home Front||20031028|
|Zaini Abdullah||Zaini Abdullah||Free Aceh Movement||Southeast Asia||20021203|
|Kuwait ruler, longtime diplomat Sheikh Sabah, dies at age 91|
|Let's see how this shakes out |
[AYPEE] Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, the ruler of Kuwait who drew on his decades as the oil-rich nation’s top diplomat to push for closer ties to Iraq after the 1990 Gulf War and solutions to other regional crises, died Tuesday. He was 91.In a Middle East replete with elderly rulers, Sheikh Sabah stood out for his efforts at pushing for diplomacy to resolve a bitter dispute between and other Arab nations that continues to this day.
His 2006 ascension in Kuwait, a staunch U.S. ally since the American-led war that expelled occupying Iraqi troops, came after parliament voted unanimously to oust his predecessor, the ailing Sheikh Saad Al Abdullah Al Sabah, just nine days into his rule.
Yet as Kuwait’s ruling emir, he struggled with internal political disputes, the fallout of the 2011 Arab Spring protests and seesawing crude oil prices that chewed into a national budget providing cradle-to-grave subsidies.
"He represents the older generation of Gulf leaders who valued discretion and moderation and the importance of personal ties amongst fellow monarchs," said Kristin Diwan, a senior resident scholar at the Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington who studies Kuwait. "No question he has suffered from the lack of deference and respect shown by the younger and more brash young princes holding power today."
State television announced his death after playing Koranic prayers, with Royal Court Minister Sheikh Ali Jarrah Al Sabah reading a brief statement, his hands shaking.
"With great sadness and sorrow, the Kuwaiti people, the Arab and Islamic nations, and the friendly peoples of the world mourn the death of the late His Highness Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, emir of the state of Kuwait who moved to the realm of the Lord," the sheikh said, without offering a cause of death.
|Philippine Police: Arrested Militant Recruited Fighters for IS-Linked Group|
|[BenarNews] Philippine police have arrested a man in the Manila area who allegedly recruited fighters for the local branch of the group known as , the country’s top cop said Monday.|
The suspect, Kevin Madriñan, did not resist arrest when officers raided his hideout in Quezon City on Thursday. Madriñan also goes by the names Ibrahim Abdullah Madriñan and Ibrahim Khalil al-Garaba, national police chief Gen. Camilo Cascolan told s.
Arresting officers seized a handgun, a grenade and cash from the suspect, Cascolan said.
"Background investigation revealed that Madriñan is a convert who is the contact person and liaison in Luzon of Daulah Islamiyah members," Cascolan said. The Daulah Islamiyah is the local name for the Islamic State (IS).
"He is responsible for the recruitment of converts and facilitating their travel to Mindanao for training and jihad exposure," the chief said.
Investigators allege Madriñan received orders directly from Abu Turaife, the leader of the (BIFF), a group that operates in the southern Philippines. It is a splinter group of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, once the country’s largest separatist group that signed a peace deal with Manila and controls a autonomous region in southern Mindanao Island.
Turaife, who leads a few dozen followers, broke away from the MILF’s chain-of-command after accusing the leaders of selling out when they dropped their independence bid.
A day after Madriñan’s arrest, suspected BIFF detonated a homemade bomb along a road in the southern Maguindanao province, killing a Marine and injuring four others.
Lt. Col. Anhouvic Atilano, for the Army’s 6th Infantry Division, said members of Marine Battalion Landing Team-5 were on a truck patrolling the highway between Shariff Aguak and Datu Hoffer towns in Maguindanao when the bomb Friday evening.
"It was a terrorist attack, a retaliation because we had an operation against them," Atilano said.
Militants linked to IS were blamed for a siege in 2017 that led to a five-month battle with government forces and left the southern city of Marawi in ruins.
While about 1,200 s, security forces and in the battle that ended on Oct. 23, 2017, authorities said those who escaped spread across Mindanao in the south and have set out to recruit fighters across the mainly Catholic country.
The IS-linked have been blamed for deadly attacks including the twin s in Jolo last month that left 15 people dead and more than 70 injured.
|Exiled Turkish journalist attacked in Stockholm suburb|
|[NORDICMONITOR] Swedish-based Abdullah Bozkurt was attacked by three men yesterday near his home in Stockholm, sending him to the hospital for injuries sustained. journalist |
Bozkurt and his team of journalists in Sweden run the Nordic Monitor news website which provides exclusive and critical coverage on and exposes the clandestine activities of the notorious intelligence agency.
"Within minutes of leaving my home, one of the three men approached me from behind and unexpectedly knocked me down. As I fell to the asphalt pavement, they started punching me in the face and on the head," Bozkurt said, adding that the perpetrators then .
The Swedish police were called in to investigate the incident while paramedics arrived at the home of the journalist, who was later advised to go to a nearby emergency room for a more thorough check-up.
Bozkurt sustained injuries to the face, head, arms and legs from the attack, which occurred in the middle of the day near a parking place next to his home in the Spånga suburb of Stockholm.
|LNA Kills ISIS 'Emir' in Southern Libya|
|[LIBYAREVIEW] On Monday, the Spokesman for the Libyan National Army (LNA), Major General Ahmed al-Mismari announced the killing of an ’emir’ of the Abdullah al-Libi. (IS) in southern Libya.He said that the IS leader was killed during an ambush operation, by LNA forces in the Abd al-Kafi neighbourhood of Sebha, on 14 September. al-Mismari had previously announced that the man was believed to be the leader of IS in Libya, known as Abu |
After the investigation was completed, and another IS operative was arrested in the Ghadwa area, al-Mismari confirmed the killed assailant was Abu Moaz al-Iraqi, also known as Abu Abdullah al-Iraqi. He is thought to be the leader of IS in North Africa,
|Why the criticism of the Israel-UAE-Bahrain deal doesn't hold up|
|[JPOST] Here are some of the criticisms that have been leveled lately, and what is right or wrong about them:|
This isn’t a peace treaty, because Israel and the UAE and Bahrain were never at war.
This has come up repeatedly from supposedly serious people who are knowledgeable about foreign policy issues. But it’s an extremely superficial argument.
For the 72 years of Israel’s existence, there has been the "Arab-Israeli conflict."
In more recent decades, some have tended to narrow it down to the Israeli-Paleostinian conflict, but the Arab world — with the exception of Egypt and Jordan — never officially backed down from its stance of being in conflict with Israel.
Even if the UAE and Bahrain weren’t independent countries at the time, their stance toward Israel leaned on the ’s "three noes" announced in Khartoum in 1967 — no peace, no recognition, no negotiations — and depended entirely on Israel’s position vis-à-vis the Paleostinians. When the Oslo process seemed like it was going to work out, there were moves toward negotiations; when the Second Intifada broke out, they stopped.
Even as ties between Israel and moderate Sunni Gulf states warmed in recent years, those countries would not officially acknowledge Israel.
As little as five years ago, UAE Ambassador to the US Yusef Al Otaiba had to deny to the media that he had a good relationship with Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer, even though they were quietly working together on opposing the deal, and the members of the Washington foreign policy establishment could see it with their own eyes.
The agreements that were signed may not be been between countries that had directed tanks or missiles at each other, but they are between countries that were on opposite sides of a decades-long conflict. And in that sense, they most certainly are about making peace.
Beyond that, the idea behind them that the smaller conflict between Israel and the Paleostinians should not have to reverberate through the entire region, when there really are no hostilities between Israel and most Arab countries, is one that will promote peace and stability.
Plus, this is, in a way, more like peace than the agreements with Jordan and Egypt. Previous peace treaties were only about stopping aggression between the countries. It was peace between leaders.
But the Jordanian parliament calls to cancel peace with Israel practically every month, and the country harbors terrorist Ahlam Tamimi, who orchestrated the 2001 Sbarro bombing that killed 15 people and has become a local TV star, while the Egyptian media are laden with antisemitic, anti-Israel messaging.
Those are countries that constantly seek Israel’s help in security, agriculture and other areas, while Israel gets only nonaggression in return.
With the UAE — and to a lesser extent Bahrain — this is peace between peoples that are excited to cooperate with each other. Israeli bankers flew out to the UAE, and Emirati businesspeople are already working on investments in Israel. One is even considering buying Beitar Jerusalem.
One clear sign of this is that UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed spoke in Arabic at the White House. Contrary to the criticism that Arab leaders say one thing in English and another thing to their people, he wanted to send the same message of peace with Israel at home and abroad.
This has been in the works all along, so it’s not a big deal.
Ties between Israel and the UAE been warming for the past two decades or so, with an uptick in the past several years; it’s true. The turning point seems to be the ’s Iran deal.
Both Israel and the Gulf states saw the developing agreement as a threat, and worked together behind the scenes to fight it. But these joint efforts were kept under wraps, as noted above.
To highlight the disingenuousness of this criticism, which has been leveled by alumni, among others, here is a quote from then-secretary of state at the Saban Forum in 2016:
"There will be no separate peace between Israel and the Arab world. I want to make that very clear to all of you. I’ve heard several prominent politicians in Israel sometimes say, ’Well, the Arab world is in a different place now, we just have to reach out to them and we can work [out] some things with the Arab world and then we can reach out to the Paleostinians.’
No, no, no and no. I can tell you, I reaffirmed that last week when I talked to the leaders of the Arab community, there will be no advance and separate peace with the Arab world without the Paleostinian process and Paleostinian peace. Everybody needs to understand that. That is a hard reality."
So, no, this isn’t something that was happening all along. The shift in the Middle East prompted by the ’s empowerment of Iran, plus the Trump administration’s willingness to look at the region differently, along with efforts by Netanyahu and the courage of Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan made this new, big thing happen.
The F-35 argument: This is just an arms deal dressed up as peace.
One of the s in the Israeli delegation was surprised to find that whenever he wrote anything about Israel-UAE peace in English, he was bombarded with tweets about the "military-industrial complex."
Trying to convince the Noam /Howard Zinn/Oliver Stone acolytes is probably a waste of time. But those who are not predisposed to thinking that everything is part of a vast warmongering conspiracy may want to look at the actual facts of the situation.
On the side of the "this is just an arms deal" argument is the fact that these are all parties that view Iran as a threat.
Broadly, Israel and the UAE have always bought weapons from the US. This deal is not going to change that.
More specifically, the issue of F-35s has come up repeatedly in the media. The UAE sought to buy the jets years before it decided to move forward with normalization with Israel, and it has not dropped that request.
Israel is currently the only country in the Middle East that owns those warplanes, and the official position of the government and the IDF is to oppose the sale to any others in the region, as it would weaken Israel’s qualitative military edge. The QME is guaranteed under American law.
Israel, the UAE and the US all say that F-35 or any other arms sales are not, I repeat not, part of this deal. Officials from all three countries have said this publicly and on the record.
And as far as the written agreement goes, this is true.
Does the UAE still want to buy the planes?
Yes, and as its Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said this week, it expects that the peace agreement will help. Does the Trump administration want to sell them? Yes.
Did Israel give tacit agreement? In The Jerusalem Post’s assessment, after much digging into the subject, no. But there is someone out there anonymously telling The otherwise; make of that what you will.
In any case, some Democrats, such as Rep. , have already spoke out against the possible F-35 sale, which could take years and will have to be approved by Congress.
Whether or not the UAE gets the jets will probably depend on who is president and who is in Congress next year.
Regardless, it is not an annex to the peace deal, even though it is a related matter.
Israel is supporting nondemocratic countries by making peace with the UAE and Bahrain.
This is one of the most absurd arguments, and yet it is coming from places like the Brookings Institute, where one would think its scholars would know better.
Taken to its logical endpoint, this means that Israel should remain isolated in the Middle East as a point of principle. Because if Israel were to make peace only with democracies, it would be limited to Tunisia, and that’s only in the past decade.
It also ignores the fact that the vast majority of democracies in the world — with the exceptions of Tunisia and Indonesia — have relations with Israel, while it is the dictatorships that do not.
Most countries that do not have ties with Israel are authoritarian. Sudan, an Arab League state that is now emerging from a dictatorship, is actively seeking ties with Israel.
The hypocrisy of leveling this criticism at Israel when nearly every other country in the world has relations with Bahrain and the UAE is incredibly glaring.
And, of course, people want Israel to make peace with the Paleostinians despite and his cohort being far from paragons of democracy.
This is all about boosting Trump and Netanyahu politically.
There is merit to this criticism, as this deal has major political advantages for both.
As Pelosi said this week: "Good for [Trump] for having a distraction on a day when the numbers of people who are affected and the numbers of people who are dying from [ ] only increases."
Plus, the agreement clearly appeals to Trump’s Evangelical Christian base, whose leaders were at the ceremony in the White House and celebrated the breakthrough.
The Abraham Accords are named after the "common ancestor Abraham" and call "to foster in the Middle East a reality in which s, Jews, Christians and people of all faiths... live in and are committed to a spirit of coexistence, mutual understanding and mutual respect."
This also bolsters Trump’s "dealmaker" image in the run-up to the November presidential election, and he made sure to mock "Sleepy Joe" Biden during his meeting with Netanyahu in the Oval Office.
Netanyahu’s position as a statesman who boosts Israel’s stature on the world stage has only grown stronger in the month since the UAE normalization was announced.
Netanyahu can point to his consistent position that Israel can make peace only through strength and not through concessions, and say that he was right all along with this deal.
However — and this is a major caveat — the political benefits for Trump and Netanyahu only go so far.
For Netanyahu, the timing could not be worse, as Israel heads to a three-week lockdown to try to curb the rise of coronavirus morbidity. Was the agreement celebrated in Israel?
Yes. But it was also overshadowed by people trying to figure out how to juggle their jobs with kids who are stuck at home and preparing for holidays, or people who are going to spend the holiday alone, or people wondering whether their businesses will survive. Netanyahu faced strong criticism for leaving the country for three days while it was in such a crisis, and for not wearing a mask while sitting near Trump in the Oval Office.
And while Trump may have hoped this would distract from coronavirus, it didn’t exactly work. The chyron across the bottom of the screen on during the signing ceremony noted the crowds and lack of masks.
And like Israelis, Americans are dealing with the effects of varying degrees of lockdowns and high numbers of people with the virus.
Plus, the economy is the No. 1 election issue in the US. Foreign policy is low on that list. This is unlikely to actually move the dial very much for Trump.
This isn’t peace without concessions; Israel gave up on in the West Bank.
This argument from the Right highlights the weakness of the previous criticism; Netanyahu took a risk with his base in making these agreements on these terms.
This is also an argument that has some merit to it, since Netanyahu had been playing up moves for so long.
The Trump peace plan allowed for Israel to apply its laws to up to 30% of Judea and Samaria, including all of the Israeli communities and the Jordan Valley, and for a time it seemed like it was on track to really happen.
But White House senior adviser Jared Kushner was hesitant from day one. When Netanyahu announced he was going to make moves immediately after the Trump plan was presented, Kushner put a stop to it, and the Americans never gave the green light. Netanyahu was never going to go ahead without an OK from Washington.
In the end, Israel is getting something concrete in exchange for stopping something theoretical, something that had not happened yet. The opportunity for may not come back, even though the US says it’s "suspended" and not totally off the table — but the opportunity might not have actually been there to begin with.
Right-wing critics should note that the Trump administration touted Netanyahu’s acceptance of a Paleostinian state in the framework of its plan, and a map of what Israel’s borders would be. But the Abraham Accords Peace Agreement includes none of that.
It also does not include any mention of settlements at all, let alone the settlement construction freeze some feared, though there has been a de facto freeze for six months, since Netanyahu has not convened the planning committee that could authorize building.
|ISIS leader is a former US intelligence supergrass who ratted out 88 fellow jihadists when he was arrested in 2008, declassified files reveal|
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|Libyan Army kills emir of ISIS in southern Libya|
|[ALMASDARNEWS] The Libyan National Army (LNA) Abdullah, in a specific operation west of ., Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, announced the killing of the emir of the (ISIS/ /IS/ ) terrorist organization in Libya, Abu |
According to Mismari, the LNA received information about an Islamic State terrorist cell in the neighborhood Kafi of Sabha, pointing out that the "116th Infantry Battalion clashed with the group in a battle that lasted seven hours straight."
He said, "The battle ended with the elimination of nine and the arrest of two women, one from Benghazi named Sana Abdul-Hadi Salem, born in 1980, the wife of the ISIS terrorist Othman al-Abbar, who was killed in the operation, and the other woman is the wife of the emir of ISIS in Libya, and she is an Egyptian named Najla Mahmoud Afifi Hussein."
The Libyan National Army pointed out that several other people had been arrested, including a Libyan, three Saudis, an Egyptian, a Sudanese, a Nigerian, and another from the Ivory Coast.
Previously, the Libyan National Army killed two Islamic State in southern Libya, including an Australian national, after a brief clash with the group.
|PIJ leader: Gaza terror groups have military presence in West Bank|
|[Jerusalem Post] The Secretary-General of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorist group, Ziyad Al-Nakhalah, |
"Soon we will develop new equations that may reach joint military action," said Nakhalah, stressing that there is "no binding truce" for the terrorist groups in Gaza and that they are in a "continuous war and conflict at the borders of the Strip."
|Morsi's son killed by lethal injection: Lawyers|
|[PRESSTV] A law firm representing the family of Egypt’s late former president Mohammed Morsi concludes that the death of his youngest son, Abdullah, last year was caused by injection of a "lethal substance."|
"Information now disclosed appears to confirm that Abdullah was transported in his car a distance of more than 20 kilometers (12 miles) to a hospital after he took his last breath, as a result of having been injected with a lethal substance," said a statement by the London-based Guernica 37 International Justice Chambers.
"He was not transferred to nearby hospitals, intentionally, until after he had died," added the statement cited by the Middle East Eye (MEE) news and opinion website.
The Egyptian government claimed the 25-year-old had died of a heart attack while driving.
The law firm said, "It is quite clear that certain elements of the state were aware of this fact that is only now coming to light."
Prior to his death, Abdullah had named several individuals, including current Interior Minister Mahmoud Tawfiq and Mohammed Shereen Fahmy, the judge who oversaw the Morsi's trial, as "accomplices" in the " of the martyr, President Morsi."
|Taliban Delegation Arrives In Qatar|
|[KhaamaPress] Delegation arrives in for Intra-Afghan Talks with the Afghan Government.|
Suhail Shaheen Taliban spokesperson to media, that a delegation led by Mullah Beradar has reached Qatar in a bid to establish Intra-Afghan talks.
He added, the group is currently trying to resolve some technical issues and announce a start date to the dialogues.
Earlier, the government said, the reason for the delay in the Intra-Afghan talks was a lack of hot to trot of Taliban for the meeting.
Some Politicians also warned that continued disunity between Ghani and Abdullah would have severe inferences for peace in the country
|Indonesian Militants at Large in Yemen, Southern Philippines|
More jihad tourists wandering off to cooler battlefronts.[BenarNews] Indonesia’s counterterrorism chief said Monday that the appearance of an Indonesian identity card in a video purportedly showing a raid on an Islamic s’ stronghold in indicated that Indonesian fighters may have relocated to Yemen from Syria.
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|Nuristani Sentenced to 6 Months of Home Confinement in US|
Once again shenanigans on President Obama’s watch are cleaned up by President Trump.[ToloNews] Former Afghan politician Ahmad Yusuf Nuristani was sentenced to three years of probation and six months of home confinement after he "pleaded guilty to theft of public money, admitting he received over $100,000 in government benefits," said Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) in a statement on Wednesday.
The former provincial governor of and former chairman of the Independent Election Commission (IEC) admitted to "concealing and repeatedly lying to the Social Security Administration about his foreign travel and residency," the report said.
The statement said that Nuristani pleaded guilty on December 11, 2019, to theft of public money, admitting that he received over $100,000 in government benefits by concealing foreign travel and residency between July, 2015, and December 2018.
Nuristani admitted that he applied for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) from the Social Security Administration in July 2015, it said, adding that He also acknowledged that he knew an SSI recipient must reside within the United States, and that "he was required to report any travel outside of the United States lasting more than 30 days."
In September 2018, President appointed Nuristani to the Meshrano Jirga (upper house of parliament).
Nuristani received SSI at his claimed residence in El Cajon, , while serving as head of Afghanistan’s Independent Election Commission and as an Afghan senator.
"Make no mistake, no one is above the law in Afghanistan or the United States, no matter how prominent or powerful they may be. Our work in this case demonstrates that SIGAR and its partner agencies are fully committed to this principle. Just because someone can get away with criminality in Afghanistan, he or she should not think the same applies here in the United States," said Special Inspector General John F. Sopko.
Nuristani was head of the IEC from August 2013 to March 2016 and was heading the election commission during the controversial 2014 presidential polls which ended up with the shared National Unity Government.