Ahmed Said al-Khadr
Ahmed Said al-Khadr (1948-?), who is still listed as wanted but may have been killed in Pakistan in 2003, was a founding member of al-Qaeda, involved in finance and logistics. Egyptian by birth and with residency in Canada, he is also known as Abu Abd al-Rahman al-Kanadi, Abu Abdelrahman al-Kanadi, Ahmad Said al-Khadr, Ahmad Said al Kadr, Ahmad Said Alkadr amd Ahmad Sa'id al Khadr.
He operated an apparent front organization in Canada. In 1995, he was arrested in Pakistan for suspected involvement in an Islamic Jihad bombing of the Egyptian Embassy in Pakistan, "but he was released several months later after pressure from the Canadian government. After returning to Canada, Khadr ran his own non-profit organization, Health and Education Projects International (HEPI), and allegedly used the money he raised to help fund the Khaldan training camp in Afghanistan." 
- "Ahmed Said al-Khadr", Globalsecurity
- Joseph Kahn, Judith Miller (October 13, 2001), "A Nation Challenged: the Assets; U.S. Freezes more Accounts; Saudi and Pakistani accounts cited for ties with bin Laden", New York Times
- Profile: Khaldan training camp a.k.a. Khalden training camp, The Center for Grassroots Oversight