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Cablegate: Visas Viper Submission

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211508Z Jun 04

UNCLAS SECTION 01 OF 02 MADRID 002343

SIPDIS

VISAS VIPER

DEPT FOR CA/VO/L/C AND INR/IC/TIPOFF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CVIS KVPR PTER ASEC CMGT PINR PREL SP
(ZEIN, RAMI GHAZI ET AL)
SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER SUBMISSION

REF: MADRID 01233

1. POST WISHES TO SUBMIT AND/OR UPDATE THE FOLLOWING
NAMES AND INFORMATION TO CLASS IN ACCORDANCE WITH VIPER
PROCEDURES:

2. THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS ARE BELIEVED TO BE
ASSOCIATED WITH THE RECENTLY ARRESTED IN MILAN, ISLAMIC
EXTREMIST RABEI OSMAN EL SAYED AHMED, ALIAS: "MOHAMED
EL EGIPCIO" - "MOHAMED THE EGYPTIAN" (IN REFTEL).

3. NAME: ZEIN, RAMI GHAZI

- ALIAS: "RAMI"
- ALIAS: "ABU KAMEL"
- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: NOV. 15, 1980, KAFARTOUN, LEBANON
- USED LEBANESE PASSPORTS NUMBER: 1753479 AND
1554174.
- CLASS: POSITIVE

4. NAME: MOHAMED, RAY

- AKA: "MURAD"
- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: MAY 9, 1982, PALESTINE
- RESIDED IN MADRID AND LATER IN BELGIUM
- COMMENT: PROBABLY IDENTIFIABLE WITH MOROCCAN
NATIONAL MOURAD HAMOUYA, VAR MURAD HAMOUYA, AKA MALKI,
TRUE DOB SEP.5, 1982, WHO WAS ARRESTED BY THE BELGIAN
AUTHORITIES IN EARLY JUNE 2004.
- CLASS: POSITIVE

5. NAME: RAS, ASHRAF KHAIRAT ABDULAZIZ MOHAMAD

- AKA: ASHRAF MOHAMAD RADHY
- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: SEP. 24, 1961, KALUBIA, EGYPT
- USED EGYPTIAN PASSPORT NUMBER: 414076
- DEPARTED SPAIN. LOCATION UNKNOWN
- CLASS: POSITIVE

6. NAME: KAFARNA, MOHAMED A.M.

- AKA: "EL CALVO"
- DPOB: APR. 15, 1975, BEIT HANONA, PALESTINE
- CURRENTLY LIVING IN MADRID
- CLASS: POSITIVE

7. NAME: ABDELRAHMAN, AHMED IBRAHIM

- AKA: AHMAD EL SUDANESE
- AKA: JOHN
- GENDER; MALE
- DPOB: OCT. 14, 1963, ZILINGE, SUDAN
- LIVED IN ZARAGOZA, SPAIN
- USED SUDANESE PASSPORT NUMBER: A949508
- CLASS: POSITIVE

8. NAME: HAMDI, FAISAL BEN SADOK

- AKA: FAISAL
- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: APR. 1, 1975, BOUSALEM, TUNISIA
- USED TUNISIAN PASSPORT NUMBER L805840
- RESIDED IN MADRID
- SAYED'S BROTHER-IN-LAW
- CLASS: POSITIVE

9. NAME: SELLAM, MOHAMED LARBI BEN

- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: JUNE 10, 1977, TANGIERS, MOROCCO
- USED MOROCCAN PASSPORT NUMBER H794564
- LIVED IN MADRID
- CLASS: POSITIVE

9. NAME: AHMED, SALEM

- AKA: "EL ALTO"
- AKA: "EL MAURITANO"
- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: 1970, NOUAKCHOTT, MAURITANIA
- CLASS: NEGATIVE
10. NAME: BELATTAR, BOACHAIB

- AKA: "EL COJO"
- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: 1977, UNKNOWN
- USED CRUTCHES DUE TO DISABILITY
- CLASS: NEGATIVE

ARGYROS

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