The Interior Ministry said the list has been turned over to Interpol with a reward posted for information leading to their capture, the state-run SPA news agency said.
A ministry spokesman said five wanted Saudis already have surrendered to Saudi embassies abroad.
Saudi security forces have intensified their campaign against al-Qaida, and in November said they had captured 149 people who were trying to raise money and recruit members to carry out attacks.
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