Saudi Arabia announces bounty on 40 Houthi terrorists
Source :NewsBharati   Date :10-Nov-2017

Riyadh, November 10: Saudi Arabia has announced a $440 million bounty on the heads of 40 leaders of pro-Iranian Yemeni rebels called as a Houthi terrorist group which is responsible for planning, executing and supporting various terrorist activities in Yemen.


Notably, based on the Anti-Terrorism Regulation and Financing, the Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry released the statement saying a $440 million bounty is declared on the heads of 40 leaders of a Houthi terrorist group that are responsible for planning, executing and supporting various terrorist activities in Yemen. Saudi Arabia has also financial rewards for information leading to their arrest or whereabouts.

The kingdom of Saudi Arabia today announced a list of 40 names of leaders and elements responsible for planning, executing and supporting various terrorist activities by the Houthi terrorist group, as well as announcing financial rewards for information leading to their arrest or whereabouts.

The Saudi Arabia’s Interior Ministry said, “In light of the kingdom's commitments to combat terrorism, dry up its sources of financing, fight extremist ideology and tools of its publication and promotion and its continuous action to eradicate it and protect the society from it and based on the dedicated increasing of terrorist activity by Houthi group and their continuous endeavour to harm the kingdom's security with support of the Iranian regime (the sponsor of all the terrorist organisations in the region) and detected bolstering the Houthi terrorist group's co-operation with the Lebanese Hezbollah terrorist organisation within framework of exchanging expertise and enhancing military capabilities among these terrorist organisations and the use of ballistic missiles in a grave precedent in which these dangerous missiles are made available to these rogue terrorist organisations in a direct threat to the kingdom's cities which aims at terrorising the innocent and harming the kingdom's security, stability, tranquility and public order, the kingdom announces the first list of 40 names of leaders and elements responsible for planning, implementing and supporting the Houthi terrorist group's various terrorist activities.”

The kingdom also announced financial rewards to anyone providing information leading their arrest or locating them. It urges those who own information to contact competent authorities in the Kingdom through the stated safe communication mechanisms which have been designed to protect the secrecy of provided information and the identity of its providers.

List of names of the wanted people of the Iranian terrorist militia elements in Yemen are as follows:

1. Abdulmalik Bader Aldain Al-Houthi (amount of reward: $30 million)

2. Saleh Ali Al-Sammad (amount of reward: $20 million)

3. Mohammed Ali Abdulkarim Al-Houthi (amount of reward: $20 million)

4. Zakaria Yahya Al-Shami (amount of reward: $20 million)

5. Abdullah Yahya Al-Hakim (amount of reward: $20 million)

6. Abduqalik Bader Aldain Al-Houthi (amount of reward: $20 million)

7. Mohammed Nasser Al-Atifi (amount of reward: $20 million)

8. Yousef Ahssan Ismail Al-Madani (amount of reward: $20 million)

9. Abdulqader Ahmad Qassem Al-Shami (amount of reward: $20 million)

10. Abdurab Saleh Jurfan (amount of reward: $20 million)

11. Yahya Mohammed Al-Shami (amount of reward: $20 million)

12. Abdulkarim Ammer Aldain Al-Houthi (amount of reward: $15 million)

13. Yahya Bader Aldain Al-Houthi (amount of reward: $10 million)

14. Hassan Mohammed Zaid (amount of reward: $10 million)

15. Safar Mughdi Al-Sofi (amount of reward: $10 million)

16. Mohammed Abdulkarim Al-Ghumari (amount of reward: $10 million)

17. Abdulrazaq Mohammed Al-Marouni (amount of reward: $10 million)

18. Amer Ali Al-Marani (amount of reward: $10 million)

19. Ibrahim Ali Al-Shami (amount of reward: $10 million)

20. Fadhl Mohammad Motaa (amount of reward: $10 million)

21- Mohsin Salih Alhamzi (amount of reward: $10 million)

22- Ahmad Salih Hindi Daghsan (amount of reward: $10 million)

23- Yosif Abdullah Hosain Alfaishi (amount of reward: $10 million)

24- Hosain Homood Ala'zi (amount of reward: $5 million)

25- Ahmad Mohammad Yahya Hamid (amount of reward: $5 million)

26- Talal Abdulkarim A'qlan (amount of reward: $5 million)

27- Abdulilah Mohammad Hajar (amount of reward: $5 million)

28- Faris Mohammad Hasan Mana'a (amount of reward: $5 million)

29- Ahmad Abdullah Aqabat (amount of reward: $5 million)

30- Abdulatif Homood Almahdi (amount of reward: $5 million)

31- Abdulhakim Hashim Alkhywani (amount of reward: $5 million)

32- Abdulhafidh Mohammad Alsaqaf (amount of reward: $5 million)

33- Mobarak Almashan Alzaydi (amount of reward: $5 million)

34- Ali Saeed Alrazami (amount of reward: $5 million)

35- Salih Mosfir Alshaer (amount of reward: $5 million)

36- Ali Homood Almoshaki (amount of reward: $5 million)

37- Mohammad Sharafaldeen (amount of reward: $5 million)

38- Dhaif-Allah Qasim Alshami (amount of reward: $5 million)

39- Abu Ali Alkahlani (amount of reward: $5 million)

40- Ali Nasir Qarshah (amount of reward: $5 million).


Yemen, one of the Arab world's poorest countries, has been devastated by a war between forces loyal to the internationally-recognized government of President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi and those allied to the Houthi rebel movement. More than 7,600 people have been killed and 42,000 injured since March 2015, the majority in air strikes by a Saudi-led multinational coalition that backs the president. The conflict and a blockade imposed by the coalition have also triggered a humanitarian disaster, leaving 70% of the population in need of aid.