On Tuesday, Swiss authorities amended the following 2 individual listings:
SSID: 85-29611 Foreign identifier: YEi.001 Name: Abd al-Khaliq al-Huthial-Houthi
Sex: M DOB: 1984 Good quality a.k.a.: a) Abd-al-Khaliq al-Huthi b) Abd-al-Khaliq Badr-al- Din al Huthi c) ‘Abd al-Khaliq Badr al-Din al-Huthi d) Abd al-Khaliq al-Huthi Low quality a.k.a.: Abu-Yunus Nationality: Yemen
Justification: a) Huthi military commander b) Abd al-Khaliq al-Huthi was designated for sanctions on 7 Nov 2014 pursuant to paragraphs 11 and 15 of resolution 2140 (2014), as meeting the designation criteria set, out in paragraphs 17 and 18 of the resolution. Other information: a) Abd al-Khaliq al-Huthi has engaged in acts that threaten the peace, security, or stability of Yemen, such as acts that obstruct the implementation of the agreement of 23 Nov 2011 between the Government of Yemen and those in opposition to it, which provides for a peaceful transition of power in Yemen, and acts that obstruct the political process in Yemen. b) In late Oct 2013, Abd al-Khaliq al-Huthi led a group of fighters dressed in Yemeni, military uniforms in an attack on locations in Dimaj, Yemen. The ensuing fighting, resulted in multiple deaths. c) In late Sep 2014, an unknown number of unidentified fighters allegedly were, prepared to attack diplomatic facilities in Sana’a, Yemen, upon receiving orders from, the Abd al-Khaliq al-Huthi. On 30 Aug 2014, al-Huthi coordinated to move weapons, from Amran to a protest camp in Sana’a. Modifications: Listed on 5 Dec 2014, amended on 26 Aug 2016
SSID: 85-31216 Foreign identifier: YEi.004 Name: Abdulmalik Al-HoutiAl-Houthi
Good quality a.k.a.: Abdulmalik al-Huthi
Justification: Abdulmalik al-Houthi was designated for sanctions on 14 Apr 2015 pursuant to paragraphs 11 and 15 of resolution 2140 (2014) and paragraph 14 of resolution 2216 (2015). Other information: a) Abdul Malik al Houthi is a leader of a group that has engaged in acts that threaten the peace, security, or stability of Yemen. b) In Sep 2014, Houthi forces captured Sanaa and in Jan 2015 they attempted to unilaterally replace the legitimate government of Yemen with an illegitimate governing authority that the Houthis dominated. Al-Houthi assumed the leadership of Yemen’s Houthi movement in 2004 after the death of his brother, Hussein Badredden al-Houthi. As leader of the group, al-Houthi has repeatedly threatened Yemeni authorities with further unrest if they do not respond to his demands and detained President Hadi, Prime Minister, and key cabinet members. Hadi subsequently escaped to Aden. The Houthis then launched another offensive towards Aden assisted by military units loyal to former president Saleh and his son, Ahmed Ali Saleh. Modifications: Listed on 5 May 2015, amended on 26 Aug 2016
for the Yemen sanctions program.
And so did the Australians, based on these UN listings (notice they are somewhat different):
YEi.001 Name: 1: ABD 2: AL-KHALIQ 3: AL-HUTHI AL-HOUTHI 4: na
Title: na Designation: Huthi military commander DOB: 1984 POB: na Good quality a.k.a.:
a) Abd-al-Khaliq al-Huthi b) Abd-al-Khaliq Badr-al-Din al Huthi c) ‘Abd al-Khaliq Badr al-Din al-
Huthi d) Abd al-Khaliq al-Huthi Low quality a.k.a.: Abu-Yunus Nationality: Yemen Passport
no: na National identification no: na Address: na Listed on: 7 Nov. 2014 (amended on 20
Nov. 2014, 26 Aug. 2016) Other information: Gender [Male].
YEi.004 Name: 1: ABDULMALIK 2: AL-HOUTHI 3: na 4: na
Title: na Designation: na DOB: na POB: na Good quality a.k.a.: na Abdulmalik al-Huthi
Low quality a.k.a.: na Nationality: na Passport no: na National identification no: na
Address: na Listed on: 14 Apr. 2015 (amended on 26 Aug. 2016) Other information:
Leader of Yemen’s Houthi Movement. Has engaged in acts that threaten the peace, security,
or stability of Yemen.
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