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Government passes new anti-terrorism measures


Hon Phil Goff
Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Media Statement

26 November 2001

Government passes new anti-terrorism measures

Foreign Minister Phil Goff announced that Cabinet today approved Regulations providing tougher measures against specified terrorist organisations.

The new regulations allow New Zealand to meet its commitment to implementing the United Nations anti-terrorism measures outlined in resolution 1373, which are obligatory on all member States.

The Regulations have been passed under the United Nations Act 1946. They are an interim measure until the passing of the Terrorism (Bombings and Financing) Bill expected to be early next year, and will expire at that time or no later than 30 June 2002.

“The United Nations Sanctions (Terrorism Suppression and Afghanistan) Regulations 2001 build on regulations already in place to comply with earlier UN resolutions on Afghanistan.

“The original regulations prohibit dealing in property belonging to, or sending funds to entities designated as terrorists by the United Nations.

These new regulations:
- extend prohibitions to ‘the provision of financial and other related services’ to such entities.
- create a duty to report suspicions that property belongs to such an entity to the Police
- create several new criminal offences
- collecting funds for use by specified entities
- recruitment to organisations to which the regulations apply
- participation in any such specified entity.


“The latest regulations set out a list of organisations (see attached) and individuals designated as terrorists.

“Any new lists issued by the United Nations during the life of the Regulations will be added automatically.

“It is important that New Zealand responds quickly to its international obligations as a member of the United Nations.

“New Zealand is due to report by 27 December 2001 to the UN Security Council’s Counter Terrorism Committee on how it is implementing the resolution. The United Kingdom, Canada and Australia have also made regulations under their corresponding UN Statutes, pending the passage of more comprehensive anti-terrorism legislation.

“The public has until Friday (30 November) to make submissions on the Terrorism Bill. The Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Select Committee hopes to report back to Parliament on the Bill by 1 March 2002.

“The legislation will provide tougher penalties but will also provide clear safeguards to ensure that the measures in the regulations and legislation are directed to terrorist organisations rather than domestic dissident groups.

“While this process is being completed, New Zealand has a duty to comply with Resolution 1373. This will be achieved through these Regulations.

“I note that overwhelmingly New Zealanders support the passing of tougher measures to freeze the assets of suspected terrorist groups. The NBR poll last Friday showed 79% supporting such Government measures and 14% against,” Mr Goff said.

ENDS

SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTIONS ATTACHED

AFG/131
SC/7028
8 March 2001


SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE, ESTABLISHED BY RESOLUTION 1267 (1999)
CONCERNING AFGHANISTAN, ISSUES CONSOLIDATED LIST


As per paragraph 4(b) of resolution 1267 (1999), the following is an approved consolidated list of entities and/or persons that have so far been identified by the Committee based on information provided by Member States:

 Mullah Mohammad Rabbani, Chairman of the Ruling Council, Head of the Council of Ministers;
 Mullah Hadji Mohammad Hassan, First Deputy, Council of Ministers; Governor of Kandahar;
 Maulavi Abdul Kabir, Second Deputy, Council of Ministers; Governor of Nangahar Province; Head of Eastern Zone;
 Mullah Mohammed Omar, Leader of the Faithful (‘Amir ul-Mumineen’), Afghanistan
 Mullah Mohammad Tahre Anwari, Administrative Affairs;
 Maulavi Sayyed Haqqan, Minister of Administrative Affairs;
 Maulavi Abdul Latif Mansur, Minister of Agriculture;
 Mullah Shams-ur-Rahman, Deputy Minister of Agriculture;
 Maulavi Attiqullah Akhund, Deputy Minister of Agriculture
 Maulavi Abdul Ghafoor, Deputy Minister of Agriculture;
 Akhtar Mohammad Mansour, Minister of Civil Aviation and Transportation;
 Hadji Tahis, Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation;
 Mullah Mohammad Naim, Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation;
 Hidayatullah Abu Turab, Deputy Minister of Civil Aviation;
 Mullah Yar Mohammad Rahimi, Minister of Communication;
 Mullah Haji Alla Dad Tayeb, Deputy Minister of Communication;
 Maulavi Abdul Razaq, Minister of Commerce;
 Maulavi Faiz Mohammad Faizan, Deputy Minister of Commerce;
 Maulavi Nik Mohammad, Deputy Minister of Commerce;
 Mullah Matiullah, Kabul Custom House;
 Maulavi Dadullah Akhund, Minister of Construction;
 Mullah Hadji Ubaidullah Akhund, Minister of Defence;
 Mullah Fazel M. Mazloom, Deputy Chief of Army Staff;
 Mullah Baradar, Deputy, Minister of Defence;
 Mullah Abdul Rauf, Commander of Central Corpus;
 Mullah Amir Khan Motaqi, Minister of Education;
 Mullah Mohammad Nasim Hanafi, Deputy Minister of Education;
 Maulavi S. Ahmed Shahidkhel, Deputy Minister of Education;
 Mullah Abdul Wasay Aghajan Motasem, Minister of Finance; Mullah Arefullah Aref, Deputy Minister of Finance;
 Mullah Haji M. Ahmadi, President of Da Afghanistan Bank;
 Abdul Wakil Mutawakil, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
 Abdul Rahman Zahed; Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs;
 Mullah Abdul Jalil, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs;
 Dr. Abdul Satar Paktis, Protocol Dept., Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
 Maulavi Faiz, Information Dept., Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
 Shams-us-Safa Aminzai, Press-Centre, Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
 Maulavi Abdul Baqi, Consulate Dept., Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
 M. Jawaz Waziri, UN Dept., Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
 Maulavi Djallalouddine Haqani, Minister of Frontier Affairs;
 Maulavi Abdul Hakim Monib, Deputy Minister of Frontier Affairs;
 Alhaj M. Ibrahim Omari, Deputy Minister of Frontier Affairs;
 Qari Din Mohammad, Minister of Higher Education;
 Maulavi Hamidullah Nomani, High Ranking Official in the Ministry of Higher Education;
 Zabihullah Hamidi, Deputy Minister of Higher Education;
 Maulavi Arsalan Rahmani, Deputy Minister of Higher Education;
 Maulavi Qudratullah Jamal, Minister of Information;
 Mullah Abdul Baqi, Vice-Minister of Information and Culture;
 Maulavi Abdul Rahman Ahmad Hottak, Deputy (Cultural) Minister of Information and Culture;
 Maulavi Rahimullah Zurmati, Deputy (Publication) Minister of Information and Culture;
 Abdulhai Motmaen, Information and Culture Dept., Kandahar;
 Maulavi Mohammad Yaqoub, Head of BIA;
 Mullah Abdul Razaq, Minister of Interior Affairs;
 Mullah Abdul Samad Khaksar, Deputy (Security) Minister of Interior Affairs;
 Mohammad Sharif, Deputy Minister of Interior Affairs;
 Maulavi Noor Jalal, Deputy (Administrative) Minister of Interior Affairs;
 Maulavi Saed M. Azim Agha, Passport and Visa Dept;
 Mullah Nooruddin Turabi, Minister of Justice;
 Maulavi Jalaluddine Shinwari, Deputy Minister of Justice;
 Alhaj Mullah Mohammad Essa Akhund, Minister of Mines and Industries;
 Maulavi Sayeedur Rahman Haqani, Deputy Minister of Mines and Industries;
 Mullah Abdul Salam Zaief; Deputy Minister of Mines and Industries;
 Maulavi Mohammad Azam Elmi, Deputy Minister of Mines and Industries;
 Qari Din Mohammad Hanif, Minister of Planning;
 Maulavi Ezatullah, Deputy Minister of Planning;
 Maulavi M. Musa Hottak, Deputy Minister of Planning;
 Mullah Mohammad Abbas Akhund, Minister of Public Health;
 Sher Abbas Stanekzai, Deputy Minister of Public Health;
 Maulavi Mohammadullah Mati, Minister of Public Works;
 Maulavi Rostam Nuristani, Deputy Minister of Public Works;
 Hadji Molla Atiqullah, Deputy Minister of Public Works;
 Maulavi Najibullah Haqqani, Deputy Minister of Public Works;
 Maulavi Sayyed Ghiassouddine Agha, Minister of Haj and Religious Affairs;
 Maulavi Moslim Haqqani, Deputy Minister of Haj and Religious Affairs;
 Maulavi Qalamudin Momand, Deputy Minister of Haj Affairs;
 Maulavi Abdul Raqib Takhari, Minister of Repatriation;
 Ramatullah Wahidyar, Deputy Minister for Martyrs and Repatriation;
 Mohammad Sediq Akhundzada, Deputy Minister of Martyrs and Repatriation;
 Maulavi Mohammad Wali, Minister of Department of Preventing Vice and Propagating Virtue;
 Maulavi Mohammad Salim Haqqani, Deputy Minister of Preventing Vice and Propagating Virtue;
 Maulavi Sayed Esmatullah Asem, Deputy Minister of Preventing Vice and Propagating Virtue;
 Qari Ahmadulla, Minister of Security (Intelligence);
 Maulavi Abdul-Haq-Wasseq, Deputy Minister of Security (Intelligence);
 Maulavi Ehsanullah, Deputy Minister of Security (Intelligence);
 Mullah Habibullah Reshad, Head of Investigation Dept.;
 Mullah Ahmed Jan Akhund, Minister of Water and Electricity;
 Eng. Mohammad Homayoon, Deputy Minister of Water and Electricity;
 Maulavi Saiduddine Sayyed, Vice-Minister of Work and Social Affairs;
 Maulavi Abdul Jabbar, Governor of Baghlan Province;
 Maulavi Nurullah Nuri, Governor of Balkh Province; Head of Northern Zone;
 Muhammad Islam, Governor of Bamiyan Province;
 Mullah Janan, Governor of Fariab;
 Mullah Dost Mohammad, Governor of Ghazni Province;
 Maulavi Khair Mohammad Khairkhwah, Governor of Herat Province;
 Maulavi Abdul Bari, Governor of Helmand Province;
 Maulavi Walijan, Governor of Jawzjan Province;
 Mullah M. Hasan Rahmani, Governor of Kandahar Province;
 Mullah Manan Nyazi, Governor of Kabul Province;
 Maulavi A. Wahed Shafiq, Deputy Governor of Kabul Province;
 Alhaj Mullah Sadudin Sayed, Mayor of Kabul City;
 Maulavi Shafiqullah Mohammadi, Governor of Khost Province;
 Maulavi Nazar Mohammad, Governor of Kunduz Province;
 M. Eshaq, Governor of Laghman Province;
 Maulavi Zia-ur-Rahman Madani, Governor of Logar Province;
 Maulavi Hamsudin, Governor of Wardak (Maidan) Province;
 Maulavi A. Kabir, Governor of Nangarhar Province;
 Mullah M. Rasul, Governor of Nimroz Province;
 Maulavi Tawana, Governor of Paktia Province;
 Mullah M. Shafiq, Governor of Samangan Province;
 Maulavi Aminullah Amin, Governor of Saripul Province;
 Maulavi Abdulhai Salek, Governor of Urouzgan Province;
 Maulavi Ahmad Jan, Governor of Zabol Province;
 Noor Mohammad Saqib, Chief Justice of Supreme Court;
 Maulavi Sanani, Head of Dar-ul-Efta;
 Maulavi Samiullah Muazen, Deputy of High Court;
 Maulavi Shahabuddin Delawar, Deputy of High Court;
 Abdul Rahman Agha, Chief Justice of Military Court;
 Mullah Mustasaed, Head of Academy of Sciences;
 Maulavi Esmatullah Asem, SG of Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS);
 Maulavi Qalamuddin, Head of Olympic Committee;
 Abdul Salam Zaeef, Taliban Ambassador to Pakistan;
 Abdul Hakim Mujahid, Taliban envoy to the United Nations;
 General Rahmatullah Safi, Taliban representative in Europe;
 Mullah Hamidullah, Head of Ariana Afghan Airlines;
 Alhaj Mullah Sadruddin, Mayor of Kabul City;
 Amir Khan Muttaqi, Taliban representative in UN-led talks;
 Mr Jan Mohmmad Madani, Charge d’Affaires, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhabi;
 Mr Shamsalah Kmalzada, Second Secretary, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhabi;
 Mr Azizirahman,Third Secretary, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhabi;
 Mr Mawlawi Abdul Manan, Commercial Attache, Taliban Embassy, Abu Dhab;
 Taliban Chargé d'Affaires in Riyadh, Malawi Abdul Wahab;

 TALIBAN "EMBASSY", ISLAMABAD
 Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef (Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary)
 Habibullah Fauzi (First Secretary/Deputy Head of Mission)
 Mohammad Sohail Shaheen (Second Secretary)
 Mohammad Sarwar Siddiqmal (Third Secretary)
 Mullah Mohammad Zahid (Third Secretary)
 General Abdul Qadeer (Military Attache)
 Maulavi Nazirullah Anafi (Commercial Attache)
 Maulavi Abdul Ghafar Qurishi (Repatriation Attache)
 Mohammad Daud (Administrative Attache)

 TALIBAN "CONSULATE GENERAL", PESHAWAR
 Maulavi Najibullah (Consul General)
 Qari Abdul Wali (First Secretary)
 Syed Allamuddin (Second Secretary)
 Maulavi Akhtar Mohammad (Education Attache)
 Alhaj Maulavi Mohammad Saddiq (Trade Representative)

 TALIBAN "CONSULATE GENERAL", KARACHI
 Maulavi Rahamatullah Kakazada (Consul General)
 Mufti Mohammad Aleem Noorani (First Secretary)
 Haji Abdul Ghafar Shenwary (Third Secretary)
 Maulavi Gul Ahmad Hakimi (Commercial Attache)

 TALIBAN "CONSULATE GENERAL", QUETTA
 Maulavi Abdullah Murad (Consul General)
 Maulavi Abdul Haiy Aazem (First Secretary)
 Maulavi Hamdullah (Repatriation Attache)

ENTITIES
 Ariana Afghan Airlines (formerly known as Bakhtar Afghan Airlines), Afghan Authority Building, P.O. Box 76, Ansari Watt, Kabul, Afghanistan, and any other offices of Ariana Afghan Airlines;
 Banke Millie Afghan (a.k.a. Afghan National Bank; a.k.a. Bank E. Millie Afghan), Jada Ibn Sina, Kabul, Afghanistan, and any other offices of Banke Millie Afghan;
 Da Afghanistan Bank (a.k.a. Bank of Afghanistan; a.k.a. Central Bank of Afghanistan; a.k.a. The Afghan State Bank), Ibni Sina Wat, Kabul, Afghanistan, and any other offices of Da Afghanistan Bank;
 Account of Ariana Afghan Airlines in Citibank, New Delhi, India
 Account of Ariana Afghan Airlines in Punjab National Bank, New Delhi, India
 De Afghanistan Momtaz Bank
 Agricultural Development Bank of Afghanistan (ADB), United Kingdom

Furthermore, as per paragraph 8(c) of resolution 1333 (2000) adopted on 19 December 2000, the Committee approved the following consolidated list of individuals and entities associated with Usama bin Laden (UBL), including those in the Al-Qaida organization:

 Usama Bin Muhammad Bin Awad Bin Ladin (aka Abu Abdallah Abd Al-Hakim). Born 28/07/57, Saudi Arabia. Saudi citizenship withdrawn, now officially an Afghan national.
 Muhammad ‘Atif (aka Abu Hafs). Born (probably) 1944, Egypt. Thought to be an Egyptian national. Senior lieutenant to UBL.
 Aiman Muhammad Rabi Al-Zawahiri. Born 19/06/51, Giza, Egypt. Thought to be an Egyptian national. Former leader of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, now a close associate of UBL.
 Sa’d Al-Sharif. Born c. 1969, Saudi Arabia. Brother-in-law and close associate of UBL. Said to be head of UBL’s financial organisation.
 Saif Al-‘Adil. Born c. 1963, Egypt. Thought to be an Egyptian national. Responsible for UBL’s security.
 Amin Al-Haq (aka Muhammad Amin). Born C.1960, Nangahar province, Afghanistan. Afghan national. Security coordinator for UBL.
 Ahmad Sa’id Al-Kadr (aka Abu Abd Al-Rahman Al-Kanadi). Born 01/03/48, Cairo, Egypt. Thought to be an Egyptian and Canadian national.
 Zain Al-Abidin Muhahhad Husain (aka next name underlined Abu Zubaida and Abd Al-Hadi Al-Wahab). Born 12/03/71, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Thought to be a Saudi, Palestinian and Jordanian national. Close associate of UBL and facilitator of terrorist travel.
 Saqar Al-Jadawi. Born C. 1965. Thought to be a Yemeni and Saudi national. Aide to UBL.
 Bilal Bin Marwan. Born c.1947. Senior lieutenant of UBL.

The above lists will continue to be revised as necessary. The Committee encourages Member States to bring to its attention any information they may have concerning funds, financial resources, as well as entities and/or persons.

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AFG/150
SC/7166
8 October 2001


SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE CONCERNING AFGHANISTAN ISSUES LIST PURSUANT TO PARAGRAPH 8 (c) OF RESOLUTION 1333 (2000)


(Reissued as received.)


In accordance with paragraph 8 (c) of resolution 1333 (2000), the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1267 (1999) approved, on 6 October, the addition of the following entities and/or persons to the consolidated list approved by the Committee on 8 March (AFG/131-SC/7028), as amended on 20 August (AFG/142-SC/7124).

Al Qa’ida/ Islamic Army
(a.k.a. "The Base", Al Qaeda, Islamic Salvation Foundation, The Group for the Preservation of the Holy Sites, The Islamic Army for the Liberation of Holy Places, The World Islamic Front for Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders, Usama Bin Laden Network, Usama Bin Laden Organization).

Abu Sayyaf Group
(a.k a. Al Harakat Al Islamiyya)

Armed Islamic Group
(a.k.a. Al Jamm’ah Al-Islamiah Al-Musallah, GIA, Groupement Islamique Armé)

Harakat Ul-Mujahidin / HUM
(a.k.a. Al-Faran, Al-Hadid, Al-Hadith, Harakat Ul-Ansar, HUA, Harakat Ul-Mujahideen)

Al-Jihad/ Egyptian Islamic Movement
(a.k.a. Egyptian Al-Jihad, Egyptian Islamic Jihad, Jihad Group, New Jihad)

Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan
(a.k.a. IMU)

Asbat Al-Ansar

Salafist Group for Call and Combat/ GSPC
(a.k.a. Le Groupe Salafiste Pour La Prediction et le Combat)

Libyan Islamic Fighting Group
Al-Itihaad Al-Islamiya / AIAI

Islamic Army of Aden

* Usama Bin Laden (individual)
(a.k.a. Usama Bin Muhammed Bin Awad, Osama Bin Laden)- DOB 30 Jul 57; POB Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Alt. POB Yemen.

* Muhammed Atif (individual)
(a.k.a. Subhi Abu Sitta, Abu Hafs Al Masri, Sheik Taysir Abdullah, Mohamed Atef, Abu Hafs Al Masri El Khabir, Taysir). DOB 1956; POB Alexandria, Egypt. Alt DOB 1951

* Sayf-Al Adl (individual)
(a.k.a. Saif Al-'Adil), DOB 1963; POB Egypt.

Shaykh Sai’id (individual)
(a.k.a. Mustafa Muhammad Ahmad). POB Egypt.

Abu Hafs the Mauritanian (individual)
(a.k.a. Mahfouz Ould Al-Walid, Khalid Al-Shanqiti, Mafouz Walad Al-Walid,
Mahamedou Ouid Slahi). DOB 1 Jan 75.

Ibn Al-Shaykh Al-Libi (individual)

* Abu Zubaydah (individual)
(a.k.a. Abu Zubaida, Abd Al-Hadi Al-Wahab, Zain Al-Abidin Muhahhad Husain, Zain Al-Abidin Muhahhad Husain, Zayn Al-Abidin Muhammad Husayn, Tariq). DOB 12 March 71. POB Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Abd Al-Hadi Al-Iraqi (individual)
(a.k.a. Abu Abdallah, Abdal Al-Hadi Al-Iraqi)

* Ayman Al-Zawahari (individual)
(a.k.a. Ahmed Fuad Salim). Operational and Military Leader of Jihad Group. DOB 19 Jun 1951; POB Giza, Egypt; Passport NO. 1084010 (Egypt); Alt NO. 19820215.

Thirwat Salah Shihata (individual)
(a.k.a. Tarwat Salah Abdallah, Salah Shihata Thirwat, Shahata Thirwat). DOB 29 Jun 60; POB Egypt.

Tariq Anwar Al-Sayyid Ahmad (individual)
(a.k.a. Hamdi Ahmad Farag, Amr Al-Fatih Fathi). DOB 15 March 63; POB Alexandria, Egypt.

Muhammad Salah (individual)
(a.k.a. Nasr Fahmi Nasr Hasanayn)

Makhtab Al-Khidamat/ Al Kifah (individual)

Wafa Humanitarian Organization
(a.k.a. Al Wafa, Al Wafa Organization, Wafa Al-Igatha Al-Islamia).
Jordan
House No. 125, Street 54, Phase II
Hayatabad, Peshawar, Pakistan.
Offices in: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and UAE

Al Rashid Trust
(a.k.a Al-Rasheed Trust).
Kitas Ghar, Nazimabad 4, Dahgel-Iftah, Karachi, Pakistan.
Jamia Maajid, Sulalman Park, Melgium Pura, Lahore, Pakistan.
Office Dha’rbi-M’unin, Opposite Khyber Bank, Abbottabad Road, Mansehra, Pakistan. Office Dha’rbi-M’unin ZR Brothers, Katcherry Road, Chowk Yadgaar, Peshawar, Pakistan.
Office Dha’rbi-M’unin, Rm No. 3, Moti Plaza, Near Liaquat Bagh, Muree Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
Office Dha’rbi-M’unin, Top Floor, Dr. Dawa Khan Dental Clinic Surgeon, Main Baxae, Mingora, Swat, Pakistan.
Operations in Afghanistan: Herat Jalalabad, Kabul, Kandahar, Mazar Sherif.
Also operations in Kosovo, Chechnya.

Mamoun Darkazanli Import-Export Company
(a.k.a. Darkazanli Company, Darkazanli Export-Import Sonderposten).
Uhlenhorsterweg 34 11
Hamburg, Germany


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* The names with an asterisk have already been published in the consolidated list dated 8 March 2001 (AFG/131-SC/7028), however, due to the provision of additional information, they have been included in the current addendum.


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SC/7180
19 October 2001


SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE CONCERNING AFGHANISTAN ISSUES A FURTHER ADDENDUM

(Reissued as received.)

The following is a further addendum of entities and/or persons that have so far been identified by the Committee pursuant to paragraph 8 (c) of resolution 1333 (2000). It should be noted that this is the third addendum to the consolidated list dated 8 March 2001 (AFG/131-SC/7028), as amended on 20 August 2001 (AFG/142-SC/7124), and further amended on 8 October 2001 (AFG/150-SC/7166).

In this connection, the attention of Member States is drawn to paragraph 8(c) of Security Council resolution 1333 (2000) which stipulates that all States shall take further measures to freeze without delay funds and other financial assets of Usama bin Laden and individuals and entities associated with him as designated by the Committee, including those in the Al-Qaida organization, and including funds derived or generated from property owned or controlled directly or indirectly by Usama bin Laden and individuals and entities associated with him, and to ensure that neither they nor any other funds or financial resources are made available, by their nationals or by any persons within their territory, directly or indirectly for the benefit of Usama bin Laden, his associates, or any entities owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by Usama bin Laden or individuals and entities associated with him including the Al-Qaida organization.

The Committee will continue to maintain an updated list, based on information provided by States and regional organizations, of the individuals and entities designated as being associated with Usama bin Laden, including those in the Al-Qaida organization.

Entities:

Al-Hamati Sweets Bakeries, Al-Mukallah, Hadhramawt Governorate, Yemen.

Al-Nur Honey Press Shops (A.K.A. Al-Nur Honey Center), Sanaa, Yemen.

Al-Shifa, Honey Press For Industry And Commerce, P.O. Box 8089, Al-Hasabah, Sanaa, Yemen; By The Shrine Next To The Gas Station, Jamal Street, Ta’iz, Yemen; Al- Arudh Square, Khur Maksar, Aden, Yemen; Al-Nasr Street, Doha, Qatar.

Jaish-I-Mohammed (A.K.A. Army of Mohammed), Pakistan.

Jam’yah Ta’awun Al-Islamia (A.K.A. Society of Islamic Cooperation) (A.K.A. Jam’iyat Al Ta’awun Al Islamiyya) (A.K.A. Jit), Qandahar City, Afghanistan.

Rabita Trust, Room 9a, 2nd Floor, Wahdat Road, Education Town, Lahore, Pakistan; Wares Colony, Lahore, Pakistan.


Individuals:

Agha, Haji Abdul Manan (A.K.A. Saiyid, Abd Al-Man, Am) Pakistan.

Al-Hamati, Muhammad (A.K.A. Al-Ahdal, Mohammad Hamdi Sadiq; A.K.A. Al-Makki, Abu Asim), Yemen.

* Al-Haq, Amin (A.K.A. Amin, Muhammad; A.K.A. Ah Haq, Dr. Amin; Ul-Haq, Dr. Amin); DOB: 1960; P0B: Nangahar Province, Afghanistan.

* Al-Jadawi, Saqar; DOB: 1965.

* Al-Kadr, Ahmad Sa’id (A.K.A. Al-Kanadi, Abu Abd Al-Rahman); DOB: 01 March 1948; POB: Cairo, Egypt.

Al-Qadi, Yasin (A.K.A, Kadi, Shaykh Yassin Abdullah; A.K.A. Kahdi, Yasin), Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

* Al-Sharif, Sa’d; DOB: 1969; POB: Saudi Arabia.

* Bin Marwan, Bilal; DOB: 1947.

Bin Muhammad, Ayadi Chafiq (A.K.A. Ayadi Shafiq, Ben Muhammad; A.K.A. Ayadi Chafik, Ben Muhammad; A.K.A. Aiadi, Ben Muhammad; A.K.A. Aiady, Ben Muhammad), Helene Meyer Ring 10-1415-80809, Munich, Germany; 129 Park Road, NW8, London, England; 28 Chausse Di Lille, Moscron, Belgium; Darvingasse 1/2/58-60, Vienna, Austria; Tunisia; DOB: 21 January 1963; POB: Safais (Sfax), Tunisia.

Darkazanli, Mamoun; Uhlenhorster Weg 34, Hamburg, 22085 Germany; DOB: August 4, 1958; POB: Aleppo, Syria; Passport No: 1310636262 (Germany).

Hijazi, Riad (A.K.A. Hijazi, Raed M.; A.K.A. Al-Hawen, Abu-Ahmad; A.K.A. Al-Maghribi, Rashid (The Moroccan); A.K.A. Al-Amriki, Abu-Ahmad (The American); A.K.A. Al-Shahid, Abu-Ahmad), Jordan; DOB: 1968; POB: California, U.S.A.; SSN: 548-91-5411.

Ladehyanoy, Mufti Rashid Ahmad (A.K.A. Ludhianvi, Mufti Rashid Ahmad; A.K.A. Armad, Mufti Rasheed; A.K.A. Wadehyanoy, Mufti Rashid Ahmad); Karachi, Pakistan.

Uthman, Omar Mahmoud (A.K.A. Al-Filistini, Abu Qatada; A.K.A. Takfiri, Abu Umr; A.K.A. Abu Umar, Abu Omar; A.K.A. Uthman, Al-Samman; A.K.A. Umar, Abu Umar; A.K.A. Uthman, Umar; A.K.A. Abu Ismail), London, England; DOB: 30 December 1960 or 13 December 1960.

Yuldashev, Tohir (A.K.A. Yuldashev, Takhir), Uzbekistan.

Zia, Mohammad (A.K.A. Zia, Ahmad); C/O Ahmed Shah C/O Painda Mohammad Al-Karim Set, Peshawar, Pakistan; C/O Alam General Store Shop 17, Awami Market, Peshawar, Pakistan; C/O Zahir Shah S/

Abdullah Ahmed Abdullah (A.K.A. Abu Mariam; A.K.A. Al-Masri, Abu Mohamed; A.K.A. Saleh); Afghanistan; DOB: 1963; POB: Egypt; Citizen Egypt (Individual).

Muhsin Musa Matwalli Atwah (A.K.A. Abdel Rahman; A.K.A. Abdul Rahman; A.K.A. Al-Muhajir, Abdul Rahman; A.K.A. Al-Namer, Mohammed K.A.), Afghanistan; DOB: 19 Jun 1964; POB: Egypt; Citizen Egypt (Individual).

Anas Al-Liby (A.K.A. Al-Libi, Anas; A.K.A. Al-Raghie, Nazih; A.K.A. Al-Raghie, Nazih Abdul Hamed; A.K.A. Al-Sabai, Anas), Afghanistan; DOB: 30 Mar 1964; Alt. DOB: 14 May 1964; POB: Tripoli, Libya; Citizen Libya (Individual).

Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani (A.K.A. "Ahmed The Tanzanian"; A.K.A. "Foopie"; A.K.A. "Fupi"; A.K.A. Ahmad, Abu Bakr; A.K.A. Ahmed, A; A.K.A. Ahmed, Abubakar; A.K.A. Ahmed, Abubakar K.; A.K.A. Ahmed, Abubakar Khalfan; A.K.A. Ahmed, Abubakary K.; A.K.A. Ahmed, Ahmed Khalfan; A.K.A. Al Tanzani, Ahmad; A.K.A. Ali, Ahmed Khalfan; A.K.A. Bakr, Abu; A.K.A. Ghailani, Abubakary Khalfan Ahmed, A.K.A. Ghailani, Ahmed; A.K.A. Ghilani, Ahmad Khalafan; A.K.A. Hussein, Mahafudh Abubakar Ahmed Abdallah; A.K.A. Khabar, Abu; A.K.A. Khalfan, Ahmed; A.K.A. Mohammed, Shariff Omar); DOB: 14 Mar 1974; Alt. DOB: 13 Apr. 1974; Alt. DOB: 14 Apr. 1974; Alt. DOB: 1 Aug. 1970; POB: Zanzibar, Tanzania; Citizen Tanzania (Individual).

Ahmed Mohammed Hamed Ali (A.K.A. Abdurehman, Ahmed Mohammed; A.K.A. Abu Fatima; A.K.A. Abu Islam; A.K.A. Abu Khadiijah; A.K.A. Ahmed Hamed; A.K.A. Ahmed The Egyptian; A.K.A. Ahmed, Ahmed; A.K.A. Al-Masri, Ahmad; A.K.A. Al-Surir, Abu Islam; A.K.A. Ali, Ahmed Mohammed; A.K.A. Ali, Hamed; A.K.A. Hemed, Ahmed; A.K.A. Shieb, Ahmed; A.K.A. Shuaib); Afghanistan; DOB: 1965; POB: Egypt; Citizen Egypt (Individual).

Fazul Abdullah Mohammed (A.K.A. Abdalla, Fazul; A.K.A. Adballah, Fazul; A.K.A. Aisha, Abu; A.K.A. Al Sudani, Abu Seif; A.K.A. Ali, Fadel Abdallah Mohammed; A.K.A. Fazul, Abdalla; A.K.A. Fazul, Abdallah; A.K.A. Fazul, Abdallah Mohammed; A.K.A. Fazul, Haroon; A.K.A. Fazul, Harun; A.K.A. Haroon; A.K.A. Haroun, Fadhil; A.K.A. Harun; A.K.A. Luqman, Abu; A.K.A. Mohammed, Fazul; A.K.A. Mohammed, Fazul Abdilahi; A.K.A. Mohammed, Fouad; A.K.A. Muhamad, Fadil Abdallah); DOB: 25 Aug 1972; Alt. DOB: 25 Dec 1974; Alt. DOB: 25 Feb 1974; POB: Moroni, Comoros Islands; Citizen Comoros; Alt. Citizen Kenya (Individual).

Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil (A.K.A. Al Masri, Abd Al Wakil; A.K.A. Al-Nubi, Abu; A.K.A. Ali, Hassan; A.K.A. Anis, Abu; A.K.A. Elbishy, Moustafa Ali; A.K.A. Fadil, Mustafa Muhamad; A.K.A. Fazul, Mustafa; A.K.A. Hussein; A.K.A. Jihad, Abu; A.K.A. Khalid; A.K.A. Man, Nu; A.K.A. Mohammed, Mustafa; A.K.A. Yussrr, Abu); DOB: 23 Jun 1976; POB: Cairo, Egypt; Citizen Egypt; Alt. Citizen Kenya; Kenyan Id. No. 12773667; Serial No. 201735161 (Individual).

Sheikh Ahmed Salim Swedan (A.K.A. Ahmed The Tall; A.K.A. Ally, Ahmed; A.K.A. Bahamad; A.K.A. Bahamad, Sheik; A.K.A. Bahamadi, Sheikh; A.K.A. Suweidan, Sheikh Ahmad Salem; A.K.A. Swedan, Sheikh; A.K.A. Swedan, Sheikh Ahmed Salem); DOB: 9 Apr 1969; Alt. DOB: 9 Apr 1960; POB: Mombasa, Kenya; Citizen Kenya (Individual).

Fahid Mohammed Ally Msalam (A.K.A. Al-Kini, Usama; A.K.A. Ally, Fahid Mohammed; A.K.A. Msalam, Fahad Ally; A.K.A. Msalam, Fahid Mohammed Ali; A.K.A. Msalam, Mohammed Ally; A.K.A. Musalaam, Fahid Mohammed Ali; A.K.A. Salem, Fahid Muhamad Ali); DOB: 19 Feb 1976; POB: Mombasa, Kenya; Citizen Kenya (Individual).

Abdul Rahman Yasin (A.K.A. Taha, Abdul Rahman S.; A.K.A. Taher, Abdul Rahman S.; A.K.A. Yasin, Abdul Rahman Said; A.K.A. Yasin, Aboud); DOB: 10 Apr 1960; POB: Bloomington, Indiana U.S.A.; SSN 156-92-9858 (U.S.A.); Passport No. 27082171 (U.S.A. (Issued 21 Jun 1992 In Amman, Jordan)); Alt. Passport No. MO887925 (Iraq); Citizen U.S.A. (Individual).

*The names with an asterisk have already been published in the consolidated list dated 8 March 2001 (AFG/131-SC/7028), however, due to the provision of additional information, they have been included in the current addendum.


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SC/7181
19 October 2001


SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE CONCERNING AFGHANISTAN

IDENTIFIES A BANK RELATED TO THE TALIBAN

(Reissued as received.)


In accordance with paragraph 4 (b) of resolution 1267 (1999), the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1267 (1999) concerning Afghanistan has approved the following entity to be added to the consolidated list of 8 March 2001 (AFG/131-SC/7028).

Entities:

Export Promotion Bank of Afghanistan


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SC/7206
9 November 2001


SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE CONCERNING AFGHANISTAN
ISSUES FURTHER ADDENDUM


The following is a further addendum of entities and individuals that have been identified by the Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1267 (1999) concerning Afghanistan, in accordance with paragraph 8 (c) of resolution 1333 (2000). This is the fifth addendum to the consolidated list dated 8 March 2001 (AFG/131-SC/7028), as amended on 20 August 2001 (AFG/142-SC/7124), 8 October 2001 (AFG/150-SC/7166), and 19 October 2001 (SC/7180 and SC/7181).

According to paragraph 8 (c) of Security Council resolution 1333 (2000), all States are required to take further measures to freeze without delay funds and other financial assets of Usama bin Laden and individuals and entities associated with him as designated by the Committee, including those in the Al-Qaida organization, and including funds derived or generated from property owned or controlled directly or indirectly by Usama bin Laden and individuals and entities associated with him, and to ensure that neither they nor any other funds or financial resources are made available, by their nationals or by any persons within their territory, directly or indirectly for the benefit of Usama bin Laden, his associates, or any entities owned or controlled, directly or indirectly, by Usama bin Laden or individuals and entities associated with him including the
Al-Qaida organization.

The Committee will continue to maintain an updated list, based on information provided by States and regional organizations, of the individuals and entities designated as being associated with Usama bin Laden, including those in the Al-Qaida organization.

Entities:

Aaran Money Wire Service Inc., 1806 Riverside Avenue,
Second floor, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Al Baraka Exchange L.L.C., P.O. BOX 3313 Deira Dubai, UAE;
P.O. Box 20066, Dubai, UAE

Al-Barakaat, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Al-Barakaat Bank, Mogadishu, Somalia

Al-Barakat Bank Of Somalia (Bss) (A.K.A. Barakat Bank Of
Somalia), Mogadishu, Somalia; Bossaso, Somalia

Al-Barakat Finance Group, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Al-Barakat Financial Holding Co. Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Al-Barakat Global Telecommunications (A.K.A. Barakaat
Globetelcompany), P.O. Box 3313, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu,
Somalia; Hargeysa, Somalia

A1-Barakat Group Of Companies Somalia Limited (A.K.A.
Al-Barakat Financial Company), P.O. Box 3313, Dubai, UAE;
Mogadishu, Somalia

A1-Barakat International (A.K.A. Baraco Co.), Box 2923,
Dubai, UAE

Al-Barakat Investments, P.O. Box 3313, Deira, Dubai, UAE

Al-Barakaat Wiring Service, 2940 Pillsbury Avenue, Suite 4,
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408

Al Taqwa Trade, Property and Industry Company Limited,
(F.K.A. Al Taqwa Trade, Property and Industry) (F.K.A. Al
Taqwa Trade, Property and Industry Establishment) (F.K.A.
Himmat Establishment), C/O Asat Trust Reg., Altenbach 8,
9490 Vaduz Fl, Liechtenstein

Asat Trust Reg., Altenbach 8, 9490 Vaduz Fl, Liechtenstein

Bank Al Taqwa Limited (A.K.A. Al Taqwa Bank) (A.K.A. Bank Al Taqwa),
P.O. Box N-4877, Nassau, Bahamas; C/O Arthur D.
Hanna & Company, 10 Deveaux Street, Nassau, Bahamas

Barakaat Construction Company, P.O. Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

Barakaat Group Of Companies, P.O. Box 3313, Dubai, UAE;
Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakaat International, Hallbybacken 15, 70 Spanga, Sweden

Barakaat International Foundation, Box 4036, Spanga,
Stockholm, Sweden; Rinkebytorget 1, 04 Spanga, Sweden

Barakaat North America, Inc., 925 Washington Street,
Dorchester, Massachusetts; 2019 Bank Street, Ottawa,
Ontario, Canada

Barakaat Red Sea Telecommunications, Bossaso, Somalia;
Nakhiil, Somalia; Huruuse, Somalia; Raxmo, Somalia; Ticis, Somalia; Kowthar, Somalia; Noobir, Somalia; Bubaarag, Somalia; Gufure, Somalia; Xuuxuule, Somalia; Ala Aamin, Somalia; Guureeye, Somalia; Najax, Somalia; Carafaat, Somalia

Barakaat Telecommunications Co. Somalia, Ltd., P.O. Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

Barakat Banks and Remittances, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakaat Boston, 266 Neponset Avenue, Apt. 43, Dorchester, Massachusetts 02122-3224

Barakat Computer Consulting (BCC), Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakat Consulting Group (BCG), Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakat Global Telephone Company, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakat Enterprise, 1762 Huy Road, Columbus, Ohio

Barakat International Companies (BICO), Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakaat International, Inc., 1929 South 5th Street, Suite 205, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Barakat Post Express (BPE), Mogadishu, Somalia

Barakat Refreshment Company, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Barakat Telecommunications Company Limited (A.K.A. Btelco), Bakara Market, Dar Salaam Buildings, Mogadishu, Somalia; Kievitlaan 16, T'veld, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands

Barakaat Wire Transfer Company, 4419 South Brandon Street, Seattle, Washington

Barako Trading Company, LLC, P.O. Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

Baraka Trading Company, P.O. Box 3313, Dubai, UAE

Global Service International, 1929 5th Street, Suite 204, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Heyatul Ulya, Mogadishu, Somalia

Nada Management Organization Sa (F.K.A. Al Taqwa Management Organization Sa), Viale Stefano Franscini 22, Ch-6900 Lugano Ti, Switzerland

Parka Trading Company, P.O. Box 3313, Deira, Dubai, UAE

Red Sea Barakat Company Limited, Mogadishu, Somalia; Dubai, UAE

Somali Internet Company, Mogadishu, Somalia

Somali International Relief Organization, 1806 Riverside Avenue, 2nd Floor, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Somali Network Ab, Hallybybacken 15, 70 Spanga, Sweden

Youssef M. Nada, Via Riasc 4, Ch-6911 Campione D'italia I, Switzerland

Youssef M. Nada & Co. Gesellschaft M.B.H., Kaertner Ring
2/2/5/22, 1010 Vienna, Austria

Individuals:

Abdullkadir, Hussein Mahamud, Florence, Italy.

Aden, Abdirisak; Akaftingebacken 8, 163 67 Spanga, Sweden; DOB 01 June 1968

Ali, Abbas Abdi, Mogadishu, Somalia

Ali, Abdi Abdulaziz, Drabantvagen 21, 177 50 Spanga,
Sweden; DOB 01 January 1955

Ali, Yusaf Ahmed, Hallbybybacken 15, 70 Spanga, Sweden;
DOB: 20 November 1974

Aweys, Dahir Ubeidullahi, via Cipriano Facchinetti 84,
Rome, Italy.

Aweys, Hassan Dahir (a.k.a. Ali, Sheikh Hassan Dahir Aweys)(a.k.a. Awes, Shaykh Hassan Dahir), DOB: 1935; Citizen:Somalia)

Himmat, Ali Ghaleb, via Posero 2, ch-6911 Campione
D'Italia, Switzerland, DOB: 16 June 1938; POB: Damascus,
Syria; citizenship: Switzerland and Tunisia

Huber, Albert Friedrich Armand (a.k.a. Huber, Ahmed),
Mettmenstetten, Switzerland; DOB: 1927

Hussein, Liban, 925 Washington Street, Dorchester,
Massachusetts; 2019 Bank Street, Ontario, Ottawa, Canada

Jama, Garad (a.k.a. Nor, Garad K.) (a.k.a. Wasrsame,
Fartune Ahmed), 2100 Bloomington Avenue, Minneapolis,
Minnesota; 1806 Riverside Avenue, 2nd floor, Minneapolis, Minnesota; DOB: 26 June 1974

Jim'ale, Ahmed Nur Ali (a.k.a. Jimale, Ahmed Ali) (a.k.a. Jim'ale, Ahmad Nur Ali) (a.k.a. Jumale, Ahmed Nur) (a.k.a. Jumali, Ahmed Ali), P.O. Box 3312, Dubai, UAE; Mogadishu, Somalia

Kahie, Abdullahi Hussein, Bakara Market, Dar Salaam Buildings, Mogadishu, Somalia

Mansour, Mohamed, (a.k.a. Al-Mansour, Dr. Mohamed), ob.
Heslibachstr. 20, Kusnacht, Switzerland; Zurich,
Switzerland; DOB: 1928 POB: Egypt or UAE.

Mansour-Fattouh, Zeinab, Zurich, Switzerland.

Nada, Youssef, (a.k.a. Nada, Youssef M.) (a.k.a. Nada, Youssef Mustafa), via Arogno 32, 6911 Campione d'Italia, Italy; via per Arogno 32, ch-6911 Campione d'Italia, Switzerland; via Riasc 4, ch-6911 Campione d'Italia I, Switzerland; DOB: 17 May 1931 or 17 May 1937; POB: Alexandria, Egypt; citizen: Tunisia.

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