The Price Is Right: Obama 10 camels, Hillary 2 camels
The United States offers millions for information leading to the capture of the world’s most wanted terrorists.
A Somali militant group has purportedly countered with an offer of camels for U.S. officials.
An audio statement posted on jihadist websites purportedly from Al-Shabaab jeered news that the United States is offering millions of dollars for information on seven key members of al-Shabaab through its Rewards for Justice program.
The man on the audio claimed to be Fuad Mohamed Khalaf, considered by the State Department to be Al-Shabaab’s leading fundraiser. The United States has offered $5 million for information of his whereabouts.
A study by Galkayo University, which looked at the effects of drought on livestock, said the average cost of a camel in Somalia is $700.
- U.S. offers millions in bounty for top Somali militants (vancouversun.com)
- Bounty posted for terror group (cnn.com)
- US offers millions in bounty for Somali Islamists (dawn.com)
- US places Sh3bn bounty on leaders of Al-Shabaab (nation.co.ke)
- US offers $33 million bounty on al-Shabaab insurgents (mytechnologyworld9.blogspot.com)
- US Offers Bounty for Somali Militants (waronterrornews.typepad.com)
- US offers $33 million bounty on al-Shabaab insurgents (mytechnologyworld9.blogspot.in)
- US Puts $33m Bounty on al-Shabaab Leaders (israelnationalnews.com)