.. did Chattanooga jihadist Mohammed Abdul-Aziz get his AK47 and the ammo? Has this been reported? Haven't seen it.
... is AQ Number Three Adnan el-Shukrijumah? There was big news of his death last year in Pakistan and he was removed from the State Department's Rewards for Justice Terrorism list, but he remains on the FBI's Most-Wanted Terrrorist list. Why? Haven't they gotten the DNA results by now?
... is former Saddamite Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri? He was reported killed in the battle to retake Tikrit some months ago, but the Iraqis never confirmed it. An audiotape seems to suggest he's still alive.
... is AQ mastermind Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, aka the "Red-Headed Terrorist"? He was in captivity in Syria but last reported to have been released by Bashar Assad after the West began calling for regime change in Damascus. According to many he's the architect of the new war against the West involving lone wolf type attacks (of the Chattanooga variety).
... is AQ kingpin Saif al-Adel? He spent a long time hiding out in Iran after 9/11, but was rumored to have left Iran a few years ago. Are there other al Qaeda members still being given shelter in Iran? Has Kerry been asked about this? Will Iran be taken off the State Sponsors of Terrorism list?
... is Ayman al-Zawahiri? How's the hunt going?
... why... was FBI most-wanted terrorist Joanne Chesimard, wanted for the murder of a police officer and last known to be hiding in Cuba, not returned to the US in the process of normalized relations? The Cuban flag will be hoisted in the State Department tomorrow morning, well, actually late tonight (to avoid inconveniencing the bureaucrats or waking the press). Is there no talk of extradition? Or is it a 'black lives matter' issue for the Democrats?