Turkey adds more than a dozen names to al-Qaeda list
ANKARA – Anadolu Agency
The new names were added in line with the UN Security Council al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee’s list of individuals and entities subject to targeted financial sanctions, travel bans and arms embargoes. AP PhotoTurkey has added new names to its list of people or organizations linked to al-Qaeda during this week’s Cabinet meeting.
Fourteen people have been added to the list of “Individuals linked to al-Qaeda,” and two organizations have been added to the list of “Institutions, organizations and entities affiliated with al-Qaeda.”
The new names were added in line with the U.N. Security Council al-Qaeda Sanctions Committee’s list of individuals and entities subject to targeted financial sanctions, travel bans and arms embargoes.
The 14 people added are Ahmed Abdullah Saleh al-Khazmari al-Zahrani, Azzam Abdullah Zureik al-Maulid al-Subhi, Ibrahim Suleiman Hamad al-Hablain from Saudi Arabia, Maysar Ali Musa Abdallah al-Juburi and Abdal-Rahman Muhammad Mustafa al-Qaduli from Iraq, Abdal-Rahman Khalaf Ubayd Juday al-Anizi and Shafi Sultan Mohammed al-Ajmiis from Kuwait, Anders Cameroon Ostensvig Dale from Norway, Sayfallah bin Hussayn from Tunisia, Anas Hasan Khattab from Syria, Emilie Konig and Kevin Guiavarch from France, Oumar Diaby from Senegal and Abdal-Rahman bin Umayr al-Nuaymi from Qatar. Information about Iyad Ag Ghaly from Mali has also been updated in the list.
Two entities, the Ansar al-Shari’a in Tunisia and the Abdallah Azzam Brigades in Lebanon, Syria and the Arabian Peninsula, were also added to the list.