At a glance: Al-Qaida's most wanted

Published on NewsOK Modified: March 8, 2013 at 8:39 pm •  Published: March 8, 2013

The arrest of Sulaiman Abu Ghaith — an al-Qaida spokesman, fundraiser and son-in-law to Osama bin Laden — is another victory in the war against terror, U.S. officials say. Here are other major al-Qaida figures who remain at large, or who have been captured or killed:

AT LARGE

AYMAN AL-ZAWAHRI, Egyptian, bin Laden's doctor and spiritual adviser.

SAIF AL-ADIL, Egyptian, bin Laden security chief.

SHAIKH SAIID AL-SHARIF, Saudi, bin Laden's brother-in-law and Sept. 11 financier.

ABU MOHAMMAD AL-MASRI, Egyptian, training camp commander.

ABU HAFS THE MAURITANIAN, operational and spiritual leader.

ZAID KHAYR, operational leader (at large, but presumed dead).

ABU BASIR AL-YEMENI, Yemeni, aide to Osama bin Laden.

ABD AL-AZIZ AL-JAMAL, aide to al-Zawahri.

ZAKARIYA ESSABAR, member of cell with chief Sept. 11 hijacker Mohamed Atta.

SAID BAHAJI, member of cell with chief Sept. 11 hijacker Mohamed Atta.

CAPTURED or ARRESTED

KHALID SHEIKH MOHAMMED, Kuwaiti-Pakistani, suspected mastermind of Sept. 11 attacks.

ABU ZUBAYDAH, Palestinian-Saudi, "terrorist coordinator."

ABD AL-RAHIM AL-NASHIRI, Saudi, Persian Gulf operations chief.

TAWFIQ ATTASH KHALLAD, Yemeni, operational leader, suspected mastermind of USS Cole bombing in October 2000.

ABD AL-HADI AL-IRAQI, training camp commander.

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