Rewards $200,000 to $20,000, LETTERs of MARQUE
| U.S. Offers Rewards for 12 Militants |
By The Associated Press
A U.S. ``most-wanted'' list of a dozen elusive Taliban and al-Qaida
leaders fueling a surge in bombings and suicide attacks in
Afghanistan, and the rewards offered:
Abu Laith al-Libi DEAD
al Qaeda #3 dead, killed.Abu Laith al-Libi HERE , Al-Ekhlaas quote, VIDEO, UPdated.
Mohammad Rahim Captured
Dr. Amin al-Haq
Mullah Sadiq Captured
- Abu Laith al-Libi, an al-Qaida training camp leader who has
appeared in many Internet videos and who the U.S. says was
likely behind the February bombing at the U.S. base at Bagram
during a visit by Vice President Dick Cheney.
- Saraj Haqqani, son of veteran warlord Jalalludin Haqqani and
believed to have connections with al-Qaida.
- Tahir Yuldash, leader of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan
and an al-Qaida operational commander.
Pollock said the U.S. is offering up to $10,000 to Afghans who
turn in any foreign fighter, such as militants from Arab countries
or Chechnya, Turkey or Uzbekistan. The U.S. has also been
paying money to Afghans who tell authorities about roadside
bombs that have been planted.
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REWARDS RUNNING OUT, WHEN ALL ARE CAPTURE, NO REWARDS LEFT.