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US has posted a  $20 million bounty for information on  leaders of the Islamic State group.   The State Department  announced that it seeks information  that can lead to the arrest of Abd Alrahman Mustafa alqaduli, Abu Mohammed Aladnani, Tarkhan Tayumurazovich Batirashvili and Tariq Ben Altahar alfalih Alawni Alharzi.

Alqaduli, the deputy to Al Qaeda leader in Iraq Abu Musaab Alzarqawi. He joined IS following his release from prison in early 2012. Aladnani,is the official spokesman of  Islamic State group. Batirashvili is a senior commander in the group. Alharzi is a leader responsible for the borders between Syria and Turkey and a chief of the suicide bombers.

The State Department said Islamic state  is an international terrorist group  that recruiting members from around the world And commit what described as a gross and systematic human rights violations . The US offered earlier a $10 million bounty for the Islamic state leader Abu Bakr  AlBaghdadi.

The State Department statement :