|Died||21 February 2010|
|Cause of death||Gunshot wound|
|Known for||Abu Sayyaf senior leader|
Albader Parad was a senior leader of Abu Sayyaf, a group of Islamic militants in the Philippines with links to al-Qaeda. He led the kidnapping of three International Committee of the Red Cross workers in 2009 and was implicated in the 2000 Sipadan kidnappings, where 20 foreign tourists and a Filipino were abducted from the Sipadan Island Diving Resort in Sandakan, Sabah in Malaysia.
Parad was among Abu Sayyaf personalities wanted by the United States government, which had earmarked a ₱1 million reward for his neutralization. The Philippine government had also placed a ₱7 million bounty on his head.
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