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Sulaiman Abu Ghaith ASSUMED ALIVE --Once thought to have perished in the bombing campaign, al-Qaeda's spokesman evidently left an audio statement on an affiliated website in July, with new threats to the U.S.
Saif al-Adil ASSUMED ALIVE --The onetime Egyptian army officer, formerly bin Laden's personal security chief, is now believed to have succeeded Abu Zubaydah. The Washington Post says intel sources place him in Iran.
Saad bin Laden ASSUMED ALIVE --Osama's son is only about 22 but Arab sources claim he has taken over the reins of al-Qaeda. U.S. officials downplay the likelihood that junior is in charge, but they say his role has increased since 9/11. Intel reports suggest Saad, a finance and logistics guy, is hiding out separately from his father on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border.
Abu Hafs al-Mauritania ASSUMED ALIVE --U.S. officials reported in January that bin Laden's spiritual counselor was killed in Afghanistan. But the Post report suggests he may be with al-Adil in Iran--and plotting more attacks.