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Potential al-Qaida leaders after Osama bin Laden's death

Published: Monday, May 2 2011 2:15 p.m. MDT

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Fazul Abdullah Mohammed is said to be the head of al-Qaeda in East Africa. Mohammed is wanted in connection with a bombing of a US Embassy in 1998.
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attentive
Salt Lake City, UT

"The Doctor." He's quiet and unassuming, but he's been the brain behind the body for a very long time. He may not surface as the new leader, but he will be orchestrating the new leader regardless.

BobP
Port Alice, B.C.

Hunt down and kill all 8.

washcomom
Beaverton, OR

Trying again, Joey.

I know that the military had a deck of playing cards with every one of the top 52 members of al-Qaida given to them, so they would recognize the "who's who" of the terrorists.

Does the military still have those cards? Do they recognize these people?

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