Maulvi Umar was a high profile Taliban member who was known to be a close comrade of Baitullah Mehsud, the leader of TTP and a well-known militant in the Waziristan region. Maulvi Umar also served as a spokesperson for the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) until he was captured by Pakistan’s security forces in 18th August, 2009.

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Haji Muslim Khan served as a spokesperson for the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) for the Swat region until he was captured by the Pakistan Security Forces in Mingora, Pakistan on 10th September 2009.

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Abdul Wahid al-Najjar, originally a popular and influential preacher in the southern governate of Ibb, has become known as one of the most prominent reformist leaders among the youth of the Yemeni revolution.

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Umar al-Mukhtar was born in 1862 and died in 1931.

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Mohamed Yusuf Al Magariaf was born in Benghazi in 1940. He holds a degree in Economics and commerce from the University of Gar Younis. In 1980 he resigned from his post as Ambassador to Libya in India under the government of Gaddafi and joined the opposition against the regime.

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Mohammed Sawan, is a Libyan ex-political prisoner. He was jailed by the Gaddafi regime for eight years until being released in 2006. He is the leader now of the offshoot of the brotherhood, the Justice and Construction party. He was elected by 51 percent of those present.

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Bashir al-Kabti is the general supervisor of the Libya Muslim Brotherhood. He lived for thirty-three years where he received a Master's degree in accounting from the Hartford University in Connecticut.

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Hamza Abu Yusuf is a major Libyan scholar who was born in 1946 in Mislata. He was appointed as the Awqaf & Islamic Affairs Minister in the National transitional Council by Abdurrahim El-Keib, on 22 November 2011.

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Abd al-Jalil was born in 1952 in Bayda and studied Sharia at the University of Libya. Prior to his work in the Gadhafi government, Abd al-Jalil served as a judge in Bayda beginning in 1978, and eventually became president of the Bayda court. Mustafa Abd al-Jalil served as chairman of the National Transitional Council (NTC), and spokesman for the eastern city of Bayda.

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Ali al-Sallabi is closely affiliated with the Muslim brotherhood and mostly known from his recurrent TV appearance on al-jazeera during the revolution.

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