But are they worth it?

SOMALI MUSLIM terrorists from al-Shabaab are offering a bounty of 10 camels for the capture of Barack Hussein Obama. And 2 camels for information about Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

CNN (H/T Susan K)  The United States offers millions for information leading to the capture of the world’s most wanted terrorists. A Somali militant group has purportedly countered with an offer of camels for U.S. officials.

An audio statement posted on jihadist websites purportedly from Al-Shabaab jeered news that the United States is offering millions of dollars for information on seven key members of al-Shabaab through its Rewards for Justice program.

The man on the audio claimed to be Fuad Mohamed Khalaf, considered by the State Department to be Al-Shabaab’s leading fundraiser. The United States has offered $5 million for information of his whereabouts.

“Whoever brings the mujahidin information about the whereabouts of infidel Obama and the lady of Bill Clinton, the woman named Hillary Clinton, I will give a reward,” the man said. A study by Galkayo University, which looked at the effects of drought on livestock, said the average cost of a camel in Somalia is $700.

The U.S. State Department’s Rewards for Justice program is offering $7 million for information on the location of Ahmed Abdi Aw-Mohamed, the founder of the Islamist group in Somalia. This year, he and al Qaeda’s leader, Ayman al-Zawahiri, released a joint video formally announcing a merger between the terror groups.

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