From “Revealed: JI’s graduates, the militant class of 2004,” from The Australian, with thanks to KSJ:
Philippine and Australian counter-intelligence officials estimate there are between 30 and 60 wanted JI suspects on the run in The Philippines….
Most of those wanted are the suspected planners of the two Bali bomb attacks – Azahari bin Husin, Umar Patek and Dulmatin, who has a $13million bounty on his head.
They were spotted at a meeting in June with the chief of the Abu Sayyaf terror group, Janjalani, and the leader of the Rajah Solaiman Movement, Hilarion del Rosario Santos, who was captured on Wednesday.
An Australian counter-terror official told The Weekend Australian that the group, comprising Filipino overseas guest workers who had converted to Islam while working in the Middle East, was an emerging threat.