Please be advised that on 23 September 2014 the United Nations Security Council added the names of 14 individuals and 2 entities to the list of persons involved with the Islamic State group and other bodies associated with Al-Qaida which is maintained under United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267.
The individuals are as follows:
- Ahmed Abdullah Saleh al-Khazmari al-Zahrani
- Azzam Abdullah Zureik al-Maulid al-Subhi
- Anders Cameroon Ostensvig Dale
- Ibrahim Suleiman Hamad al-Hablain
- Seifallah ben Hassine
- Abd al-Rahman bin ‘Umayr al-Nu’aymi
- Abd al-Rahman Khalaf ‘Ubayd Juday’ al-‘Anizi
- Anas Hasan Khattab
- Maysar Ali Musa Abdallah al-Juburi
- Shafi Sultan Mohammed al-Ajmi
- Abd al-Rahman Muhammad Mustafa al-Qaduli
- Emilie Konig
- Kevin Guiavarch
- Oumar Diaby
The entities are as follows:
- Ansar Al-Shari’a in Tunisia (AAS-T)
- Abdallah Azzam Brigades (AAB)
All individuals listed are subject to targeted financial sanctions, a travel ban and the arms embargo.
These names are expected to be added imminently to the list maintained by the European Union under Council Regulation (EC) No 881/2002. Once the additions to the EU list are made, they will be automatically effective in the Bailiwick under the Al-Qaida (Restrictive Measures) (Guernsey) Ordinance, 2013, the Al-Qaida (Restrictive Measures) (Alderney) Ordinance, 2013 and the Al-Qaida (Restrictive Measures) (Sark) Ordinance, 2013.
Businesses are advised to refrain from making assets available to any of the listed entities in the meantime, as this would be likely to constitute a terrorist financing offence under sections 8 to 11 of the Terrorism and Crime (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Law 2002. Requests to do so may also give rise to knowledge, suspicion or reasonable grounds for knowledge or suspicion that another person is engaged in terrorist financing, in which case a disclosure should be made to the Financial Intelligence Service in the form and manner prescribed by the Terrorism and Crime (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Regulations 2007, as amended.