|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|
|US's $1B Aid Cut Cannot be Compensated: Abdullah|
|[ToloNews] at a on Thursday said the US cut of $1B aid to Afghanistan cannot be compensated.|
On Tuesday, President in a statement abut the US reduction of aid to Afghanistan, said the cut in assistance will not have a direct impact on key sectors in Afghanistan.
But Abdullah said that "there should not be irresponsible comments" over the aid reduction.
On Monday, the US government announced an immediate reduction in its assistance by $1 billion because of the Afghan leaders’ failure to agree on an inclusive government.
This followed US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s 7-hour visit to Kabul also on Monday where he met with President Ghani and his political opponent Abdullah Abdullah, separately, and in a joint meeting. But the meetings ended without a result.
|Govt to Release Thousands of Prisoners Amid COVID-19|
Choosing between the plague of coronavirus incubating in overcrowded conditions on one hand, and the plague of masses of Lions of Islam roaming the landscape with malice aforethought on the other hand.[ToloNews] The Afghan government said on Thursday that based on President Ghani's decree, up to 10,000 prisoners-- including --will be released in the upcoming 10 days to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus in Afghan detention centers.
Ahmad Rashid Totakhil, head of the general directorate of prisons, said that those to be released will not pose a major threat.
"The persons that we are releasing --some of them are under the authority of the president. They are not a big threat to society, they had committed small crimes," said Totakhil.
"Because we do not have any vaccine or treatment for the virus, the only way is to implement health-recommended measures. The measures are very easy and can save the lives of millions," said Ferozuddin Feroz, Public Health Minister.
The Attorney General's Office (AGO) said that those will not be released who pose a threat to national security.
"Another issue that is very important for people to know is that crimes against national and international security and terrorist crimes are not included in the decree," said Mohammad Farid Hamidi, head of the AGO.
said that politics should not be involved in the fight against the "This is not a political problem... All of us--poor and rich--need unity regarding the (COVID-19)," said Abdullah.
Officials at the Ministry of Public Health said that six health employees have been infected by the virus in and Kandahar provinces.
Based on the Ministry of Public Health figures, more than 90 people have been infected by the COVID-19 virus in Afghanistan.
|Libyan National Army is about to capture the entire Tunisian border|
|[ALMASDARNEWS] The Military Information Division of the General Command of the Libyan National Army (LNA), led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, announced on Thursday that their forces are approaching the Ras Jdir border with Tunisia.|
"A few kilometers separate our armed forces from controlling the port of Ras Jedir al-Bari and the entire border of the country," the Libyan Army’s Military Media Division said in a press statement on its official Facebook page.
Furthermore, the Libyan media confirmed the LNA’s control of the camp inside the city of Regdalin, which is located near the capital city, According to the Libyan channel al-Hadath: " The armed forces entered Raqdalin, al-Jameel and al-Asa, where they received a popular reception from the people."
The for the -backed al-Wefaq government forces, Colonel Tayyar Muhammad Qanunu, announced in a previous press statement on Wednesday that the al-Wefaq forces began "Operation Peace Spring" against the LNA in order to retake the al-Watayah Base.
Qanunu claimed that "the operation led to the arrest of a number of Haftar’s and mercenaries."
Libya: GNA militias split into two main groups after crushing defeat
GNA militia in Zwarah under the cover of the night smuggling their families to Tunisia in civilian cars
|Turkey's Syrian militants suffer heavy losses around #Libya in 72 hours|
I guess the Volcano of Rage has pooped out.
|Pompeo Says His Visit to Afghanistan Was ‘Very Frustrating’|
|[ENGLISH.ALMANAR.LB] U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday he was frustrated after a daylong visit to Afghanistan this week in which he failed to mediate an end to a leadership feud between Presidentand political rival "I’ll be honest, it was very frustrating," Pompeo said at a State Department news briefing. he said efforts would continue to convince all the parties in the conflict to embrace peace and reconciliation and that he remained optimistic about the prospects for intra-Afghan peace talks.|
|U.S. cuts $1 billion in assistance to Afghanistan in reaction to political impasse|
|[KhaamaPress] The United States announced that it is cutting $1 billion in economic assistance to Afghanistan in reaction to ongoing political impasse, the State Department said.|
According to a statement released by State Department, Washington is prepared to further reduce its assistance to Afghanistan by additional $1 billion next year.
"The United States deeply regrets that and former Chief Executive have informed Secretary Pompeo that they have been unable to agree on an inclusive government that can meet the challenges of governance, peace, and security, and provide for the health and welfare of Afghan citizens," the State Department said in a statement.
"The United States is disappointed in them and what their conduct means for Afghanistan and our shared interests," the statement said, adding that "Their failure has harmed U.S.-Afghan relations and, sadly, dishonors those Afghan, Americans, and Coalition partners who have sacrificed their lives and treasure in the struggle to build a new future for this country."
The statement further added "Because this leadership failure poses a direct threat to U.S. national interests, effective immediately, the U.S. government will initiate a review of the scope of our cooperation with Afghanistan."
"Among other steps, we are today announcing a responsible adjustment to our spending in Afghanistan and immediately reducing assistance by $1 billion this year. We are prepared to reduce by another $1 billion in 2021," the State Department said.
It also added "We will also initiate a review of all of our programs and projects to identify additional reductions, and reconsider our pledges to future donor conferences for Afghanistan. We have made clear to the leadership that we will not back security operations that are politically motivated, nor support who order such operations or those who advocate for or support parallel government."
Tensions remain high on political level following the controversial announcement of presidential election results.
Both Abdullah and Ghani held oath taking ceremonies in capital Kabul on 9th of March, further fueling political tensions amid ongoing efforts to find a negotiated political settlement to ongoing violence in the country.
The Independent Election Commission announced incumbent Ashraf Ghani as the winner of the controversial presidential elections last month.
Ghani’s rival Abdullah Abdullah said he had won the presidential race insisting that he would form a parallel government.
|Abdullah reacts to deadly Taliban attack in Zabul, calling it 'An Unforgivable Crime'|
|Head of Lebanese military court steps down over Amer Al-Fakhoury’s release|
|[ALMASDARNEWS] The head of the Lebanese Military Court, Brigadier General Hussein ’Abdullah, announced on Friday his decision to step down from this position after he issued a ruling that dismissed the criminal case against the former head of the infamous Khiam Prison and member of the Israeli-backed South Army, Amer al-Fakhoury.|
The Lebanese website "Lebanon Debate" quoted ’Abdullah as saying:
"Out of respect for my oath and the honorary military, I am resigning from the presidency of the military court in which the application of the law equals the escape of a client, the pain of captives and the treason of a judge."
In response to the release, many people organized a protest in front of the military court, at the invitation of the Prisoners and Editors Representatives Authority, while others cut roads in different cities with burning tires.
In its ruling, No. 515/2020 issued last Monday, the court announced that the crimes against Fakhoury in terms of torturing prisoners in 1998, had passed the ten-year time frame, and decided to release him immediately unless he was arrested in another case.
Despite the decision to prevent the travel Fakhoury, sources told al-Mayadeen TV that "an American military plane landed near the American embassy in Awkar, where the agent Amer al-Fakhoury is," noting that "the plane took off minutes after it landed in the vicinity of the embassy."
Trump Thanks Lebanon after Fakhoury Returns to U.S.
[AnNahar] U.S. President has confirmed that former Khiyam Prison warden Amer Fakhoury was released Thursday to the United States, where he is a naturalized citizen.
Trump said that Fakhoury, a former member of the Israeli-backed South Army militia who was detained on his return to Beirut in September, was suffering late-stage cancer. He added that Fakhoury "will now be able to receive the much needed care and treatment in the United States."
"We've been working very hard to get him freed. He's finally able to have his entire family at his side," Trump told s at the start of a daily news conference on the pandemic.
"The United States has no higher priority than the safety and well-being of our citizens," he said.
"I'm very grateful to the Lebanese government. They worked with us," Trump added.
|Taliban: Coronavirus ‘a Decree of Allah - Because of the Sins of Mankind’|
|[BREITBART] The , which considers itself the legitimate government of Afghanistan, released a statement on Wednesday urging Afghans to "recite effective prayers" against the Chinese , calling it a "decree of Allah."|
They don't feel stupid like we do.
The Taliban has also repeatedly lobbied the Afghan government to release its Taliban member inmates, citing the possibility that they are a high risk of contracting the virus in the closed quarters of a prison.
Voice of America, noting the impact that the coronavirus pandemic has had on ongoing negotiations between the Taliban and the U.S. government, which mediates on behalf of Kabul, relayed part of a Taliban statement. The Taliban urged followers to pray for an end to the pandemic and lamented the virus as a "decree of Allah ... because of the disobedience and sins of mankind or other reasons."
Pakistain’s Daily Times translated a longer portion of the statement that showed the group appeared to posit the theory that the virus was a punishment as merely one potential explanation.
"Our nation must consider this disease a decree of Allah (SwT) and deal with it in accordance with the teachings of the Holy Prophet ( )," the Daily Times translation read. "As per the directives of scholars ‐ people should recite effective prayers and astaghfar (seeking forgiveness) frequently, increase the reading of the Holy Koran, give in alms and charity and turn to Allah (SwT) in repentance for their past sins."
In attributing the disease to a supernatural cause, the Taliban appears to be dissenting from the theories posed by other jihadist groups, particularly the government of and its allied movement in . The Shiite groups have accused enemy forces, typically the United States or "Zionists," of creating theTaliban: Coronavirus ’a Decree of Allah ... Because of the Sins of Mankind’ Chinese coronavirus in a laboratory, echoing false statements from the Chinese Communist Party.
|No Decline in Enemy Attacks: MoD|
|[ToloNews] The Afghan acting Minister of Defense Assadullah Khalid on Thursday said that there has been no decline in offensives by the enemy (), adding that the Afghan forces have been ordered to return to "active defense" position.|
"There has been no reduction in the attacks of the enemy, today we ordered our forces to return to active defense position from defensive position," said Khalid.
This comes a day after the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad, said the United States would like to see the prisoner release begin as soon as possible in line with the US-Taliban peace agreement.
"No prisoners have been released to date, despite the commitment to do so expressed by both sides," Khalilzad said in a series of tweets on Wednesday, as the Taliban press Washington to rapidly facilitate the prisoner release.
The statements come amid a political deadlock in the country following the election results between and The US Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia Alice Wells in a tweet said on Wednesday that the Afghan leaders must prioritize and protect the unity of the nation, saying that "parallel Afghan governments are not the answer, and will be harmful to the Afghan people."
"Mr. Ghani’s demand is that he wants the elections to determine the credibility of the government while Dr. Abdullah insists that elections have been rigged and a new political agreement should determine the new government," said Saleh Mohammad Registani, a political analyst in Kabul.
"All negotiations and meetings are dominated by males, therefore, the main victim of the political instability will be the women of Afghanistan," said Fawzia Kofi, a former member of parliament.
|Afghan Govt Expels Two Iranian Diplomats|
|[ToloNews] The Afghan government reportedly expelled two top Iranian diplomats from the country over charges of being involved in intelligence activities and for membership in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), according to information received by TOLOnews.|
Sources within the Afghan government said that in retaliationTehran also expelled two Afghan diplomates from Iran. One diplomat was expelled from the Afghan embassy in Tehran and the second from the Afghan consulate in Mashhad.
According to the reports, one of the diplomats, named Mohammad Reza Abdullah Abadi, was serving as the cultural attaché of the Iranian embassy in Kabul and had arrived in Kabul in 2016 for intelligence activities.
The second diplomat was named Jaffar Fatah Abadi, and is recognized as an influential member of IRGC’s Quds Force.
Based on the information, Jaffar Fatah Abadi served in the Iranian Consular Mission in the eastern province of between 2009 and 2014.
"When tensions reach a peak between the countries, then diplomats are expelled," said political analyst Ahamd Saeedi.
Spokespeople from the Afghan government have not mentioned diplomatic tensions between the two countries, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement has said that bilateral relations between and Afghanistan were normal.
"Relations between Afghanistan and Iran are normal, these relations are based on being good neighbors. The political and consular missions of the two governments are working without any disruption," said the Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement.
Waheed Omar, director general of the Office of Public and Strategic Affairs of the President, responded in this manner: "There are discussions between the two countries regarding those issues."
The Iranian embassy in Kabul said that the diplomatic missions of the two countries are working regularly without any problems.
"Currently, the diplomatic missions of Afghanistan and Iran are fully operational in various cities. The reduction in the limited number of diplomats several months ago was made by a mutual decision between the two governments and some of the claims about this issue were based on rumors and they do not have any credibility," thr Iranian embassy in Kabul told TOLOnews.
Previously, reports surfaced in the media that Brig. Gen. Ismail Qaani, the newly appointed head of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps' elite Quds Force had travelled to the central province of under the name of "deputy to Iranian ambassador to Kabul" where he reportedly met with Bamiyan governor Tahir Zaheer.