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OFFICIAL

 

Notice of Changes to the Consolidated List

 

Following registration of the below listed Legislative Instruments made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, and following advice from the United Nations Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1718 (2006), DFAT has updated the Consolidated List.

The Committee’s advice is attached for reference. 

The updated Consolidated List can be downloaded from the following page:

Kind regards,

Australian Sanctions Office

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Australian Sanctions Office and Transnational Crime Branch | Regulatory Legal Division

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
P +61 2 6261 3830

However, if you actually look at the two listed Instruments, you get a much longer list of changes… Instrument #1:

Schedule 1—Amendments

Charter of the United Nations (Listed Persons and Entities) Instrument 2022
1 In the appropriate position in clause 1 of Schedule 1 (table)
Insert:

10
Name of listed entity
Aum Shinrikyo

Also known as
AIC Comprehensive Research Institute;
AIC Sogo Kenkyusho;
Aleph;
Aum Supreme Truth;
Circle of Light;
Group led by Yamada;
Hikari no Wa

Address
Japan; Russia

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Aum Shinrikyo is a Japanese spiritual cult responsible for the deadly sarin gas attack on three subway lines in Tokyo in 1995.
11
Name of listed entity
Al‑Shabaab

Also known as
Al‑Shabaab al‑Islaam;
Al‑Shabaab al‑Islamiya;
Al‑Shabaab al‑Jihaad;
Al‑Shabab;
Ash‑Shabaab;
Harakat al‑Shabaab al‑Mujahideen;
Harakat Shabab al‑Mujahidin;
Harakatul Shabaab al‑Mujaahidiin;
Hisb’ul Shabaab;
Hizbul Shabaab;
Mujaahidiin Youth Movement;
Mujahideen Youth Movement;
Mujahidin al‑Shabaab Movement;
Mujahidin Youth Movement;
Shabaab;
The Popular Resistance Movement in the Land of the Two Migrations;
The Unity of Islamic Youth;
The Youth;
Ugus;
Young Mujahideen Movement in Somalia;
Young Mujahideen Movement;
Youth Wing

Address
Somalia

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 List 2009 (No 1) [F2021L00637, Gazette No. S135, Friday 21 August 2009]

Additional information
Al‑Shabaab, or “the youth”, was formed out of the militant wing of the former Somali Council of Islamic Courts. Its primary objective is the establishment of an Islamist state in the Horn of Africa based on Sharia law and the elimination of secular and foreign influence, including through violent means.
12
Name of listed entity
Hizballah

Also known as
Al‑Muqawamah al‑Islamiyyah;
Ansar al‑Allah;
Ansar Allah;
Followers of the Prophet Muhammed;
God’s Helpers;
Hezballah;
Hezbollah;
Hezbullah;
Hizbollah;
Hizbullah;
Islamic Holy War;
Islamic Jihad for the Liberation of Palestine;
Islamic Jihad Organization;
Islamic Jihad;
Islamic Resistance;
Organization of Right against Wrong;
Organization of the Oppressed on Earth;
Organization of the Oppressed;
Partisans of God;
Party of Allah;
Party of God;
Revolutionary Justice Organization

Address
Lebanon

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Hizballah (the Party of God) was established in 1982 in Lebanon, with the primary aim of establishing a theocratic state in Lebanon.
13
Name of listed entity
Al‑Qa’ida in the Indian Subcontinent

Also known as
AQIS

Address
Bangladesh; India; Myanmar; Pakistan

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 Listing 2016 (No. 1) [F2021L00635, Gazette C2016G01536]

Additional information
Al‑Qa’ida in the Indian Subcontinent is an al‑Qa’ida‑affiliated extremist group, established in September 2014 with the purpose of advancing al‑Qa’ida’s ideology in South Asia.
14
Name of listed entity
Islamic State in Libya

Also known as
Islamic State of Iraq and al‑Sham in Libya;
Islamic State of Iraq and al‑Sham–Libya;
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in Libya;
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria‑Libya;
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in Libya;
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant–Libya;
Islamic State–Libya;
IS–Libya;
Wilayat al‑Tarabulus;
Wilayat Barqa;
Wilayat Barqah;
Wilayat Fezzan;
Wilayat Tarablus;
Wilayat Tripolitania

Address
Libya

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 Listing 2016 (No. 1) [F2021L00635, Gazette C2016G01536]

Additional information
Islamic State in Libya is an ISIL‑affiliated extremist group, which adheres to ISIL’s global jihadist ideology.
15
Name of listed entity
Gama’a al‑Islamiyya

Also known as
Al‑Gama’at;
Egyptian Al’Gama’at al‑Islamiyya;
GI;
IG;
Islamic Gama’at;
Islamic Group

Address
Egypt

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Gama’a al‑Islamiyya is an Egyptian Sunni Islamist movement.
2 In the appropriate position in clause 1 of Schedule 2 (table)
Insert:

2
Name of listed person
Abdelkarim Hussein Mohamed AL‑NASSER

Also known as
Abdel Karim AL‑NASSER

Date of birth
1 January 1946

Place of birth
Al Ihsa, Saudi Arabia

Citizenship
Saudi Arabia

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 [F2021L00631, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Mr Al‑Nasser is associated with Hizballah (a listed entity under Australian sanctions law).
3
Name of listed person
Ahmad Ibrahim AL‑MUGHASSIL

Also known as
Abu OMRAN;
Ahmed Ibrahim AL‑MUGHASSIL

Address
Saudi Arabia (detained)

Date of birth
26 June 1967

Place of birth
Qatif‑Bab al Shamal, Saudi Arabia

Citizenship
Saudi Arabia

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 [F2021L00631, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Mr Al‑Mughassil is associated with Hizballah (a listed entity under Australian sanctions law).
4
Name of listed person
Ali Saed Bin Ali EL‑HOORIE

Also known as
Ali Saed Bin Ali AL‑HOURI;
Ali Saed Bin Ali EL‑HOURI

Address
Iran

Date of birth
a) 10 July 1965; b) 11 July 1965; c) 7 November 1965

Place of birth
El Dibabiya, Saudi Arabia

Citizenship
Saudi Arabia

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 [F2021L00631, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Mr El‑Hoorie is associated with Hizballah (a listed entity under Australian sanctions law).
5
Name of listed person
Assad Ahmad BARAKAT

Also known as
Assad Ahmed Muhammad BARAKAT;
Assad BARAKAT;
Assad Hassan BARAKAT;
Hajj As’ad AHMAD;
Jach Assad Ahmad BARAKAT

Date of birth
25 March 1967

Place of birth
Lebanon

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 List 2004 (No. 2) [F2021L00642, Gazette No. GN 46, 17 November 2004]

Additional information
Mr Barakat is associated with Hizballah (a listed entity under Australian sanctions law) and has previously resided in Brazil, Chile and Paraguay.
6
Name of listed person
Hasan IZZ‑AL‑DIN

Also known as
Ahmed GARBAYA;
SA‑ID;
Samir SALWWAN

Date of birth
1963

Place of birth
Lebanon

Citizenship
Lebanon

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 [F2021L00631, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Mr Izz‑Al‑Din is associated with Hizballah (a listed entity under Australian sanctions law).
7
Name of listed person
Ibrahim Salih Mohammed AL‑YACOUB

Also known as
Ibrahim AL‑YACOUB

Date of birth
16 October 1966

Place of birth
Tarut, Saudi Arabia

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 [F2021L00631, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Mr Al‑Yacoub is associated with Hizballah (a listed entity under Australian sanctions law).
8
Name of listed person
Khalid Shaikh MOHAMMED

Also known as
Ashraf Refaat Nabith HENIN;
Fahd Bin Abdallah BIN KHALID;
Khalid Abdul WADOOD;
KSM;
Salem ALI

Address
United States (detained)

Date of birth
a) 1 March 1964; b) 14 April 1964; c) 14 April 1965

Place of birth
Kuwait

Citizenship
Kuwait

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 [F2021L00631, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Mr Mohammed is associated with Al‑Qaida (a listed entity under Australian sanctions law).

and Instrument #2:

Schedule 1—Amendments

Charter of the United Nations (Listed Persons and Entities) Instrument 2022
1 In the appropriate position in clause 1 of Schedule 1 (table)
Insert:

16
Name of listed entity
Babbar Khalsa

Also known as
Babba Khalsa;
Babba Khalsa International

Address
India; Pakistan

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No 3) [F2021L00636, Gazette No. GN 23, 12 June 2002]

Additional information
Tracing its origin back to 1920, Babbar Khalsa is one of the oldest and most organised Sikh terrorist‑secessionist groups. Babbar Khalsa in its present form, however, appears to have been established in 1980.
17
Name of listed entity
Continuity IRA

Also known as
CIRA

Address
Northern Ireland

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No 1) [F2021L00645, Gazette No. GN 11, 20 March 2002]

Additional information
The Continuity IRA is an extreme militant Irish republican group that emerged from a split in the Provisional Irish Republican Army (PIRA) and became active in opposition to PIRA’s ceasefire declaration in 1994.
18
Name of listed entity
International Sikh Youth Federation

Also known as
ISYF

Address
Pakistan; United Kingdom; India

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No 3) [F2021L00636, Gazette No. GN 23, 12 June 2002]

Additional information
The International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) is a Sikh secessionist group founded in the United Kingdom in 1984 as the international arm of the All Indian Sikh Students’ Federation. Chapters of ISYF were later opened throughout the UK, Germany, Canada and the United States.
19
Name of listed entity
Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam

Also known as
LTTE;
Tamil Tigers;
Ellalan Force

Address
Sri Lanka

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) is a Tamil separatist militant group that was formed in 1976 by Vellupillai Prabhakaran. The LTTE’s primary stated objective is to establish an independent Tamil homeland in northern and eastern Sri Lanka.
20
Name of listed entity
Loyalist Volunteer Force

Also known as
LVF

Address
Northern Ireland

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No 1) [F2021L00645, Gazette No. GN 11, 20 March 2002]

Additional information
The Loyalist Volunteer Force was formed in 1996 from disaffected members of the mid‑Ulster brigade of the Ulster Volunteer Force.
21
Name of listed entity
New People’s Army/Communist Party of the Philippines

Also known as
Communist Party of the Philippines;
CPP;
CPP/NPA;
New People’s Army;
NPA;
NPA/CPP;
NPP/CPP

Address
Philippines

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No. 4) [F2021L00644, Gazette No. S 399, 28 October 2002]

Additional information
Formed in March 1969, the New People’s Army is the armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP). The CPP seeks to create a Communist State within the Philippines through engaging in a “protracted people’s war” and “guerrilla warfare”.
22
Name of listed entity
Orange Volunteers

Also known as
OV;
Orange Volunteer Force;
OVF

Address
Northern Ireland

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No 1) [F2021L00645, Gazette No. GN 11, 20 March 2002]

Additional information
The original “Orange Volunteers” was a loyalist paramilitary group formed in the early 1970s. In 1998, the Orange Volunteers name was resurrected, with the group carrying out a number of attacks to destabilise the Northern Ireland peace process.

23
Name of listed entity
Real IRA

Also known as
32 County Sovereignty Committee;
Irish Republican Army;
The New IRA;
Real Irish Republican Army;
Real Óglaigh na hÉireann;
RIRA;
Republican Action Against Drugs;
RAAD;
IRA

Address
Northern Ireland

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
The Real IRA is an Irish republican paramilitary organisation based in Northern Ireland. Founded in 1997, it was originally composed of former members of the Provisional IRA (PIRA) who opposed the PIRA’s engagement in the peace process that led to the Good Friday peace agreement in 1998.
24
Name of listed entity
Red Hand Defenders

Also known as
RHD

Address
Northern Ireland

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No 1) [F2021L00645, Gazette No. GN 11, 20 March 2002]

Additional information
The Red Hand Defenders (RHD) is a loyalist paramilitary entity that formed in 1998. The RHD opposes the peace process and peace agreements, including the Good Friday Agreement.
25
Name of listed entity
Ulster Defence Association

Also known as
Ulster Freedom Fighters;
UDA;
UFF

Address
Northern Ireland

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No 1) [F2021L00645, Gazette No. GN 11, 20 March 2002]

Additional information
The Ulster Defence Association is the largest loyalist paramilitary group in Northern Ireland history. It was formed in September 1971 from a number of loyalist vigilante groups.
26
Name of listed entity
Hamas

Also known as
Islamic Resistance Movement;
Harakat al‑Muqawama al‑Islamiya;
Izz al‑Din al Qassam Battalions;
Izz al‑Din al Qassam Brigades;
Izz al‑Din al Qassam Forces;
Students of Ayyash;
Student of the Engineer;
Yahya Ayyash Units;
Izz al‑Din al Qassim Brigades;
Izz al‑Din al‑Qassim Forces;
Izz al‑Din al Qassim Battalions

Address
Palestinian Territories

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Hamas is the dominant violent extremist organisation in the Palestinian Territories.
27
Name of listed entity
Kurdistan Workers’ Party

Also known as
Freedom and Democratic Congress of Kurdistan;
Halu Mesru Savunma Kuvveti;
Hezan Parastina Gel;
HPG;
KADEK;
Kongra Azadi u Demokrasiya Kurdistan;
Kongra Gel;
Kongra Gele Kurdistan;
Kurdistan Freedom and Democracy Congress;
Kurdistan Freedom Brigade;
Kurdish Freedom Falcons;
Kurdistan Freedom Hawks;
Kurdistan Halk Kongresi;
Kurdistan Labor Party;
Kurdish Liberation Hawks;
Kurdistan Ozgurluk Sahinleri;
Kurdistan People’s Congress;
New PKK;
Partiya Karkeren Kurdistan;
People’s Congress of Kurdistan;
People’s Defence Force;
PKK;
TAK;
Teyrbazên Azadiya Kurdistan

Address
Türkiye

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
The Kurdistan Workers’ Party was formed in 1978 and initially sought the creation of an independent Kurdish state in south‑eastern Türkiye, Syria and Iraq. It now calls for greater Kurdish autonomy.

28
Name of listed entity
Palestinian Islamic Jihad

Also known as
PIJ;
al‑Quds Brigades;
Harakat al‑Jihad al‑Islami fi Filistin;
Islamic Jihad;
Islamic Jihad Palestine;
Islamic Jihad—Palestine Faction and Islamic Holy War;
The Jerusalem Brigades;
Saraya al‑Quds

Address
Palestinian Territories

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2001 (No. 2) [F2021L00643, Gazette No. S 500, 21 December 2001]

Additional information
Palestinian Islamic Jihad is an extremist organisation that fuses Sunni Islamic and Palestinian national objectives. It is committed to the destruction of Israel and the creation of an Islamic state that includes the Palestinian Territories and Israel.

2 In the appropriate position in clause 1 of Schedule 2 (table)
Insert:

9
Name of listed person
Jose Maria SISON

Also known as
Joma;
Armando LIWANAG

Address
Netherlands

Date of birth
a) 8 February 1938; b) 8 February 1939

Place of birth
Ilocos Sur, Northern Luzon, Philippines

Citizenship
Philippines

Instrument of first listing
Charter of the United Nations (Anti‑terrorism — Persons and Entities) List 2002 (No. 4) [F2021L00644, Gazette No. S 399, 28 October 2002]

Additional information
Mr Sison founded the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Philippines in 1969 and also served as its Chairman. Mr Sison also founded the Party’s military wing, the New People’s Army, in 1969. The New People’s Army/Communist Party of the Philippines is also a listed entity under Australian sanctions law.

And below is a link to the 1718 Committee’s press release…

Link:

UN Notice

Categories: Australian Sanctions Office (ASO) updates Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 Updates North Korea (DPRK) Sanctions Sanctions Lists Terrorism

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