This image, released by the FBI 26 May, 2004 shows Adnan G. El Shukrijumah, a Saudi native who once lived in Florida. US Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Wednesday, that El Shukrijumah is being pursued by the FBI for questioning about possible contacts with al-Qaeda operatives. El Shukrijumah speaks English and carries a Guyanese passport, but may also have Saudi, Canadian, or Trinidadian passports.
This image, released by the FBI 26 May, 2004 shows Adnan G. El Shukrijumah, a Saudi native who once lived in Florida. US Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Wednesday, that El Shukrijumah is being pursued by the FBI for questioning about possible contacts with al-Qaeda operatives. El Shukrijumah speaks English and carries a Guyanese passport, but may also have Saudi, Canadian, or Trinidadian passports. HO AFP/GETTY IMAGES
This image, released by the FBI 26 May, 2004 shows Adnan G. El Shukrijumah, a Saudi native who once lived in Florida. US Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Wednesday, that El Shukrijumah is being pursued by the FBI for questioning about possible contacts with al-Qaeda operatives. El Shukrijumah speaks English and carries a Guyanese passport, but may also have Saudi, Canadian, or Trinidadian passports. HO AFP/GETTY IMAGES

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