Bandar Abdul Rahman Abdullah Al-Dakheel is the brother of Faisal al-Dakheel, no. 9 in the list of 26 most-wanted terrorists issued in Saudi Arabia on 12/06/2003 (see - June-2004). According to his family he left home in 2002. According to Saudi intelligence sources Bandar Al-Dakheel took part in the Al-Muhaya Bombings, on Sunday 11/09/2003. Bandar Al-Dakheel was known for his skill in using weapons and handling explosives.
Othman Al-Maqbool Al-Amri
Othman Hadi Al-Maqbool Al-Amri was born in 1969 in Saudi Arabia. He served in the Saudi Army in the Maintenance Corp. Othman Al-Maqbool Al-Amri was dismissed from the Army in the rank of Sergeant for suspicions of embezzlement.
After his dismissal Othman Al-Maqbool Al-Amri worked as a clerk in the in al-Namas court but dismissed again for malfunctioning. Then Othman Al-Maqbool Al-Amri opened a small vegetable shop. He left to Iraq before the USA invasion in 03/2003.
The Saudi intelligence claimed Othman Al-Maqbool Al-Amri was involved both in the Riyadh Suicide Attacks on 05/12/2003 and the Al-Muhaya Bombings on 11/09/2003 and placed him as no. 19 in the list of 26 most-wanted terrorists published on 12/06/2008.
Under the pressure of his family Othman Al-Maqbool Al-Amri surrendered to the authorities soon after the publication of the 26 most wanted list (see - 2004-Leniency) .
Talal Anbar Anbari
Talal Anbar Ahmed Anbari was born in Taif, Saudi Arabia, in 1976. In his teens Talal Anbar Anbari was considered an excellent student with interest in football. It is unclear when and why he joined Al-Haramain brigade, the Saudi branche of Al Qaeda. However he became one of the 4 most wanted fugitives from the Riyadh Suicide Attacks and he was placed as no. 20 in the list of 26 most-wanted terrorists published in Saudi Arabia, on 12/06/2008.
Talal Anbar Anbari was among five militants killed in a shootout in al-Safa suburb of Jeddah, on 04/22/2004, after he barricaded himself on the roof of a residential building there. The shootout followed a pursuit conducted by the Saudi police after the Riyadh HQ Bombing, a day earlier.
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