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OFSI amends Mohammed Fawaz Khalid domestic counter-terror listing

UK regulators have updated the following individual listing:

1. KHALED, Mohammed Fawaz
DOB: (1) 06/06/1969. (2) 06/06/1967. POB: Homs, Syria a.k.a: (1) ABBAS, Adam, Del, Toro (2) ALHARETH, Abo (3) HAMAWI, Abu (4) HAMWI, Abu (5) HARES, Abu (6) HARETH, Abu (7) KHALED, Abu (8) NAEEM, Mohammed, Fawaz Nationality: Syria Passport Number: 2255278 Passport Details: Syria Address: Greece. Other Information: (UK Sanctions List Ref): CTD0001 Address formerly London, UK, W12 (UK Statement of Reasons): Khaled is assessed to have left the UK and travelled to Syria to engage in Islamist extremist activists on behalf of ISIL. It is assessed that Khaled may continue to be involved in terrorist activity. There are reasonable grounds to suspect that Khaled is an involved person as defined by the CT3 and that the designation is appropriate. Khaled is assessed to have left the UK and travelled to Syria to engage in Islamist extremist activists on behalf of ISIL. It is assessed that Khaled has been involved in terrorist activity, and would likely seek to provide financial support to ISIL were his designation to lapse. There are reasonable grounds to suspect that Khaled is an involved person as defined by the Counter-Terrorism (Sanctions) (EU Exit) Regulations 2019, and the Treasury considers that the designation remains appropriate. (Gender): Male Listed on: 09/05/2013 UK Sanctions List Date Designated: 31/12/2020 Last Updated: 21/01/2021 11/03/2022 Group ID: 12872.

made under the Counter-Terrorism (Domestic) sanctions program.

Link:

OFSI Notice

Categories: Domestic Terrorism OFSI Updates Sanctions Lists Terrorism

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