Well, you managed to list one, so it's not as though we're tripping over them here. Osama Bin Laden was a multimillionaire; Ayman al-Zawahiri is a doctor; Isis leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has a PhD; Anwar al-Awlaki was a civil engineer by qualification; Abu Yahya al-Libi was, supposedly, an Islamic scholar. Again, in spite of the quibbling, my original point still stands. I fail to see how any of this is relevant. You've listed five people out of the, what, 2 billion Muslims worldwide? The fact that these individuals participated / orchestrated Islamic terrorism is proof that Muslim extremism isn't socioeconomically motivated? Utter nonsense. The status of the leaders has little if anything to do with the motivations of the actual people to do these things. That would be like me raising Huey Newton as an example of an African-American criminal with a PhD, it's clearly not representative of the majority.