Aug 6, 2010

Shukrijumah: It’s On Now

Posted by in categories: counterterrorism, defense, nuclear weapons

The Lifeboat Foundation has been on to this guy for years.

The overview: “We would like the nuclear terrorist Adnan G. El Shukrijumah to be captured. There is a $5 million reward for assisting in his capture” (

Now the AP reports “a suspected al-Qaida operative who lived for more than 15 years in the U.S. has become chief of the terror network’s global operations, the FBI says, marking the first time a leader so intimately familiar with American society has been placed in charge of planning attacks”… that suspected operative? Adnan Shukrijumah.

According to the AP piece, his mother claims that he’s non-violent. If so, that could suggest new directions for al-Qaida; but it seems rather unlikely that al-Qaida will become a charitable NGO if Jose Padilla’s account is to be believed. It’s old news now that Padilla claims to have trained in terrorist tactics using natural gas with Shukrijumah back in the summer of 2001 (

See also:

A. Shukrijumah

[AN INCENTIVE: “You give us Adnan G. El Shukrijumah and in return we will give you rewards. We assure you that all information would be kept secret”, reads a matchbox handed out by the U.S. government, which is offering a $5-million reward. (TARIQ MAHMOOD, AFP/Getty Images)]


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  1. John V. Karavitis Hmmm. Not quite sure why the Lifeboat Foundation is jumping into the fray with regards to this alleged terrorist, especially since it seems as though the United States government clearly has him on its radar. Very confusing! John V. Karavitis

  2. Daniel Schusterman says:

    I agree with John V. Karavitis. I didn’t subscribe to the Lifeboat Foundation for fear-mongering — I get that from the news every day, If the organization is going to rant about terrorists, then it should focus on how countries like Israel are at the root of so much hatred and terror against the USA