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KSA announces millions of dollars bounty for 40 wanted terrorists

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[06/11/2017 12:53]

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has announced millions of dollars bounty offered for information leading to the arrest or whereabouts of 40 members of the Houthi terrorist organization in Yemen.

A statement released on Sunday by the country's Interior Ministry read" As part of the system for fightingterrorist crimes and terror finance as per the Interior Ministry's statement of 1435/5/6 H. concerning the first list of terrorist organizations which include the Houthi organization; As part of the commitments of Saudi Arabia to fight terrorism and drain its sources and fighting thr extremist ideology and the tools of its proliferation and strive to combat it; And based on the observed

increase of Houthi terrorist activities with the support of the Iranian regime …; and as a result of the use of ballistic missiles in a hazardous precedent, a direct threat to the Kingdom's cities, the Kingdom is announcing the first list of 40 leaders and elements in the Houthi organization,responsible for the planning, implementation and support of various terrorist activities."

Here are the names of the wanted and the bounty amounts ascribed to each name in million USDs:
1 Abdul-Malik Badruddin al-Houthi 30

2 Saleh Assamad 20
3 Mohammed Abdulkarim al-Houthi 20
4 Zakaria Ashami 20
5 Abdullah Yhaya Abul-Hakem 20

6 Abdulkhaleq Badruddin al-Houthi 20
7 Mohammed Al-Atifi 20
8 Yusuf Ahsan al-Madani 20
9 Abdulkader Ashami 20

10 Abdurrab Jarfan 20
11 Yahya Ashami 20
12 Abdulkarim Amir Addin al-Houthi 15
13 Yahya Badruddin al-Houthi 10
14 Hassan Zayd 10

15 Sefr Moghdi Assofi 10
16 Mohammed Alghimari 10
17 Abdurazak al-Marwani 10
18 Amer al-Marani 10
19 Ibrahim Ashami 10
20 Fadhl Almotaa 10

21 Mohsen al-Hamzi 10
22 Ahmed Hindi 10
23 Yusuf Al-Fayshi 10
24 Hussein Hamoud al-Ezi 5
25 Ahmed Hamed 5

26 Talal Aqlan 5
27 Abdul-Elah Hajar 5
28 Fares Mannaa 5
29 Ahmed Aqabat 5
30 Abdulatif al-Mahdi 5

31 Abdulhakim al-Khaywani 5
32 Abdulhafedh Asaqaf 5
33 Mubarak Azzayidi 5
34 Ali Saeed Arozami 5
35 Saleh Asha'er 5

36 Ali al-Mawshiki 5
37 Mohammed Sharaf Addin 5
38 Dhayfallah Ashami 5
39 Abu Ali al-Kohlani 5
40 Ali Naser Qershah 5

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