The FBI on Friday urged the public to be on the lookout for four men — including two the agency has been seeking for months — who may be connected to possible threats against the United States. The FBI issued “Seeking Information” alerts on its Web site for Adnan G. El Shukrijumah, Abderraouf Jdey, Karim El Mejjati and Zubayr al-Rimi. The alerts, signed by FBI Director Robert Mueller, said the men “should be considered armed and dangerous.” But, he added, “We don’t have a specific threat.” In March the FBI had made urgent calls for public help to find El Shukrijuma, a Saudi-born man who they said could pose a “very, very serious” threat as part of an al Qaeda plot against the United States. A material witness warrant has been issued for El Shukrijumah in Virginia. The original information leading to El Shukrijumah was based on debriefings of al Qaeda captives. An FBI official said the latest alerts were prompted by intelligence information which pointed to renewed interest in the four men. Full Story
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