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ОРГАНИЗАЦИИ И ФИЗИЧЕСКИЕ ЛИЦА, ВКЛЮЧЕННЫЕ В ПЕРЕЧЕНЬ НА ОСНОВАНИИ ПОДПУНКТОВ 6, 7 ПУНКТА 2.1 СТАТЬИ 6
ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОГО ЗАКОНА ОТ 07.08.2001 № 115-ФЗ «О ПРОТИВОДЕЙСТВИИ ЛЕГАЛИЗАЦИИ (ОТМЫВАНИЮ) ДОХОДОВ, ПОЛУЧЕННЫХ ПРЕСТУПНЫМ ПУТЕМ, И ФИНАНСИРОВАНИЮ ТЕРРОРИЗМА»




















































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1. ABU SAYYAF GROUP* (Al Harakat Al Islamiyya), Associated with Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) (QE.J.92.02). Current leader is Radulan Sahiron (QI.S.208.05). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


2. AFGHAN SUPPORT COMMITTEE (ASC)* (Ahya Ul Turas; Jamiat Ayat-Ur-Rhas Al Islamiac; Jamiat Ihya Ul Turath Al Islamia; Lajnat Ul Masa Eidatul Afghania), Associated with the Revival of Islamic Heritage Society (QE.R.70.02). Abu Bakr al-Jaziri (QI.A.58.02) served as finance chief of ASC. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 8 Jun. 2010.


3. AL FURQAN* (Association for Citizens Rights and Resistance to Lies; Association for Education, Cultural, and to Create Society-Sirat; Association for Education, Culture and Building Society-Sirat; Association of Citizens for the Support of Truth and Suppression of Lies; Citizens' Association for Support and Prevention of lies - Furqan; Dzem'ijjetul Furqan; Dzemijetul Furkan; Dzemilijati Furkan; In Siratel; Istikamet; Sirat), Registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a citizens' association under the name of "Citizens' Association for Support and Prevention of lies - Furqan" on 26 Sep. 1997. Al Furqan ceased its work by decision of the Ministry of Justice of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Federation (decision number 03-054-286/97 dated 8 Nov. 2002). Al Furqan was no longer in existence as at Dec. 2008.


4. AL RASHID TRUST* (Aid Organization of the Ulema, Pakistan; Al Ameen Trust; Al Amin Trust; Al Amin Welfare Trust; Al Madina Trust; Al Rasheed Trust; Al-Ameen Trust; Al-Madina Trust; Al-Rasheed Trust; Al-Rashid Trust), Headquarters are in Pakistan. Operations in Afghanistan: Herat Jalalabad, Kabul, Kandahar, Mazar Sherif. Also operations in Kosovo, Chechnya. Involved in the financing of Al-Qaida and the Taliban. Until 21 Oct. 2008, this entity appeared also as "Aid Organization of the Ulema, Pakistan" (QE.A.73.02.), listed on 24 Apr. 2002 and amended on 25 Jul. 2006. The two entries Al Rashid Trust (QE.A.5.01.) and Aid Organization of the Ulema, Pakistan (QE.A.73.02.) were consolidated into this entity on 21 Oct. 2008. Founded by Mufti Rashid Ahmad Ledahyanoy (QI.L.30.01). Associated with Jaish-i-Mohammed (QE.J.19.01). Banned in Pakistan since Oct. 2001. Despite the closure of its offices in Pakistan in February 2007 it has continued its activities. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 6 May 2010.


5. AL-AKHTAR TRUST INTERNATIONAL* (Akhtarabad Medical Camp; Al Akhtar Trust; Al-Akhtar Medical Centre; Azmat Pakistan Trust; Azmat-e-Pakistan Trust; Pakistan Relief Foundation; Pakistani Relief Foundation), Regional offices in Pakistan: Bahawalpur, Bawalnagar, Gilgit, Islamabad, Mirpur Khas, Tando-Jan-Muhammad. Akhtarabad Medical Camp is in Spin Boldak, Afghanistan. Registered by members of Jaish-i-Mohammed (QE.J.19.01). Associated with Harakat ul-Mujahidin/ HUM (QE.H.8.01), Lashkar I Jhanghvi (LJ) (QE.L.96.03) and Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (QE.L.118.05). Banned in Pakistan. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 14 Sep. 2009.


6. AL-BARAKAAT WIRING SERVICE* ,


7. AL-HARAMAIN & AL MASJED AL-AQSA CHARITY FOUNDATION* (Al Haramain Al Masjed Al Aqsa; Al Haramayn Al Masjid Al Aqsa; Al Harammein Al Masjed Al-Aqsa Charity Foundation; Al-Haramayn and Al Masjid Al Aqsa Charitable Foundation), Used to be officially registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina under registry number 24. Al-Haramain & Al Masjed Al-Aqsa Charity Foundation ceased its work by decision of the Ministry of Justice of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Federation (decision on cessation of operation number 03-05-2-203/04). It was no longer in existence as at Dec. 2008. Its premises and humanitarian activities were transferred under Government supervision to a new entity called Sretna Buducnost.


8. AL-HARAMAIN FOUNDATION ( PAKISTAN)* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 19 Oct. 2009.


9. AL-HARAMAIN FOUNDATION (INDONESIA)* (Yayasan Al-Manahil-Indonesia), Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


10. AL-HARAMAIN FOUNDATION (UNION OF THE COMOROS)* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


11. AL-HARAMAIN FOUNDATION (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA)* , The United States-based branch of Al-Haramain Foundation was formally established by Suliman Hamd Suleiman al-Buthe (QI.A.179.04) and another associate in 1997. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 19 Oct. 2009.


12. AL-HARAMAIN ISLAMIC FOUNDATION* (Vazir; Vezir), Under criminal investigation by the authorities of Bosnia and Herzegovina as of Nov. 2007. Employees and associates include Najib Ben Mohamed Ben Salem Al-Waz (listed under permanent reference number QI.A.104.03.) Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


13. AL-HARAMAIN ISLAMIC FOUNDATION (SOMALIA)* , The founder and former leader is Aqeel Abdulaziz Aqeel al-Aqeel (QI.A.171.04). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


14. AL-HARAMAIN: AFGHANISTAN BRANCH* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


15. AL-HARAMAIN: ALBANIA BRANCH* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


16. AL-HARAMAIN: BANGLADESH BRANCH* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


17. AL-HARAMAIN: ETHIOPIA BRANCH* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


18. AL-HARAMAIN: THE NETHERLANDS BRANCH* (Stichting Al Haramain Humanitarian Aid), The founder and former leader is Aqeel Abdulaziz Aqeel al-Aqeel (QI.A.171.04) who was also chairman of its board of directors. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 28 Jun. 2010.


19. AL-HARAMAYN FOUNDATION (KENYA)* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


20. AL-HARAMAYN FOUNDATION (TANZANIA)* , Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


21. AL-ITIHAAD AL-ISLAMIYA / AIAI * , Reported to have operated in Somalia and Ethiopia and to have merged with Harakat Al-Shabaab Al-Muiaahidiin (Al-Shabaab), which was accepted as an affiliate of Al-Qaida (QE.A.4.01) bv Aiman Muhammed Rabi al-Zawahiri (QI.A.6.01) in Feb. 2012. and is also subject to the sanctions measures set out in Security Council resolution 1844 (2008) concerning Somalia and Eritrea (see www.un.org/sc/committees/751/index.shtml). Leadership included Hassan Abdullah Hersi Al-Turki (QI.A.172.04.) and Hassan Dahir Aweys (QI.D.42.01.). AIAI has received funds through the Al-Haramain Islamic Foundation ( Somalia) (QE.A.72.02). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


22. AL-NUR HONEY PRESS SHOPS* (Al-Nur Honey Center), Established by Mohamed Mohamed A-Hamati from Hufash district, El Mahweet Governerate, Yemen


23. AL-QAIDA* ("The Base"; Al Qa'ida; Al Qa'ida/Islamic Army (formerly listed as); Al Qaeda; Islamic Salvation Foundation; The Group for the Preservation of the Holy Sites; The Islamic Army for theLiberation of Holy Places; The World Islamic Front for Jihad Against Jews and Crusaders; Usama Bin Laden Network; Usama Bin Laden Organization), Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


24. AL-QAIDA IN IRAQ* (AQI; Al-Qaida of Jihad in the Land of the Two Rivers; ISI; Islamic State of Iraq; JTJ; Jama'at Al-Tawhid Wa'al-Jihad; Qaida of the Jihad in the Land of the Two Rivers; Tanzeem Qa'idat al Jihad/Bilad al Raafidaini; Tanzim Qa'idat Al-Jihad fi Bilad al-Rafidayn; The Organization Base of Jihad/Country of the Two Rivers; The Organization Base of Jihad/Mesopotamia; The Organization of Jihad's Base in the Country of the Two Rivers; al-Tawhid; al-Zarqawi network; the Monotheism and Jihad Group), Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 25 May 2010.


25. AL-QAIDA IN THE ARABIAN PENINSULA (AQAP)* (Al-Qaida Organization in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP); Al-Qaida in Yemen (AQY); Al-Qaida in the South Arabian Peninsula; Al-Qaida of Jihad Organization in the Arabian Peninsula; Ansar al-Shari'a (AAS); Tanzim Qa’idat al-Jihad fi Jazirat al-Arab), AQAP is a regional affiliate of Al-Qaida (QE.A.4.01) and an armed group operating primarily in Arabian Peninsula. Location: Yemen. Alternative location: Saudi Arabia (2004 - 2006). Formed in Jan. 2009 when Al-Qaida in Yemen combined with Saudi Arabian Al-Qaida operatives. Leader of AQAP is Nasir 'abd-al-Karim 'Abdullah Al-Wahishi (QI.A.274.10.) and his deputy is Said Ali Al-Shihri (QI.A.275.10.). Ansar al-Shari'a was formed in early 2011 by AQAP and has taken responsibility for multiple attacks in Yemen against both government and civilian targets.


26. AL-SHABAAB* (Al-Shabaab Al-Islaam; Al-Shabaab Al-Islamiya; Al-Shabaab Al-Jihaad; Al-Shabab; Harakat Al-Shabaab Al-Mujaahidiin; Harakat Shabab Al-Mujahidin; Harakatul Shabaab Al Mujaahidiin; Hisb'ul Shabaab; Hizbul Shabaab; MYM; Mujaahidiin Youth Movement; Mujahideen Youth Movement; Mujahidin Al-Shabaab Movement; Mujahidin Youth Movement; Shabaab; The Unity of Islamic Youth; The Youth; Youth Wing),


27. AL-SHIFA, HONEY PRESS FOR INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE* ,


28. ANSAR AL-ISLAM* (Ansar Al-Sunna; Ansar Al-Sunna Army; Devotees of Islam; Followers of Islam in Kurdistan; Jaish Ansar Al-Sunna; Jund Al-Islam; Kurdish Taliban; Kurdistan Supporters of Islam; Soldiers of God; Soldiers of Islam; Supporters of islam in Kurdistan), The founder is Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad (QI.A.226.06). Associated with Al-Qaida in Iraq (QE.J.115.04). Located and primarily active in northern Iraq but maintains a presence in western and central Iraq. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


29. ANSAR EDDINE* (Ansar Dine), Was
founded in December 2011 by lyad ag Ghali (QI.A.316.13.). Linked to the Organization of
Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (QE.T.14.01) and Mouvement pour TUnification et le Jihad en Afrique de I'Ouest (MUJAO) (QE.M.134.12). Associated with Abdelmalek Droukdel (QI.D.232.07.).


30. ARMED ISLAMIC GROUP* (Al Jamm'ah Al-Islamiah Al-Musallah; GIA; Groupe Islamique Arme), Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


31. ASAT TRUST REG.* ,


32. ASBAT AL-ANSAR* , Active in northern Iraq. Associated with Al-Qaida in Iraq (QE.J.115.04). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


33. BA TAQWA FOR COMMERCE AND REAL ESTATE COMPANY LIMITED* (Hochburg AG; c/o Asat Trust reg.),


34. BARAKAAT BOSTON* ,


35. BARAKAAT CONSTRUCTION COMPANY* ,


36. BARAKAAT INTERNATIONAL, INC.* ,


37. BARAKAAT WIRE TRANSFER COMPANY* ,


38. BENEVOLENCE INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION* (Al Bir Al Dawalia; BIF; BIF-USA; Mezhdunarodnyj blagotvoritl'nyl Fond), Employer Identification Number (United States of America): 36-3823186. Associated with Benevolence International Fund (QE.B.94.02). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 22 Jun. 2010.


39. DJAMAT HOUMAT DAAWA SALAFIA (DHDS)* (Djamaat Houmah Al-Dawah Al-Salafiat; Katibat el Ahouel), Associated with the Armed Islamic Group (GIA) (QE.A.6.01) and the Organization of Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (QE.T.14.01). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 30 Jul. 2009.


40. EASTERN TURKISTAN ISLAMIC MOVEMENT (ETIM)* (Djamaat Turkistan; Islamic Party of Turkestan; the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Party; the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Party of Allah), Active in China, South Asia and Central Asia. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 20 May 2010.


41. EGYPTIAN ISLAMIC JIHAD* (Al-Jihad; Egyptian Islamic Movement; Egyptian al-Jihad; Jihad Group; New Jihad), Co-founded by Aiman Muhammed Rabi al-Zawahiri (QI.A.6.01), who was also its military leader. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


42. EMARAT KAVKAZ* (Эмират Кавказ), Mainly active in the Russian Federation, Afghanistan and Pakistan. Led by Doku Khamatovich Umarov (QI.U.290.11.)


43. GLOBAL RELIEF FOUNDATION (GRF)* , Other Foreign Locations: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Iraq, West Bank and Gaza, Somalia and Syria. Federal Employer Identification Number (United States of America): 36-3804626. V.A.T. Number: BE 454,419,759. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


44. HAJI KHAIRULLAH HAJI SATTAR MONEY EXCHANGE* (Haji Alim Hawala; Haji Hakim Hawala; Haji Khair Ullah Money Service; Haji Khairullah Money Exchange; Haji Khairullah and Abdul Sattar and Company; Haji Khairullah-Haji Sattar Sarafi; Haji Salam Hawala; Sarafi-yi Haji Khairullah Haji Satar Haji Esmatullah), Pakistan National Tax Number: 1774308; Pakistan National Tax Number: 0980338; Pakistan National Tax Number: 3187777; Afghan Money Service Provider License Number: 044. Haji Khairullah Haji Sattar Money Exchange was used by Taliban leadership to transfer money to Taliban commanders to fund fighters and operations in Afghanistan as of 2011. Associated with Abdul Sattar Abdul Manan (TI.A.162.12.) and Khairullah Barakzai Khudai Nazar (TI.K.163.12.).


45. HAQQANI NETWORK (HQN)* , : Network of Taliban fighters centred around the border between Khost Province, Afghanistan and North Waziristan, Pakistan. Founded by Jalaluddin Haqqani (TI.H.40.01.) and currently headed by his son Sirajuddin Jallaloudine Haqqani (TI.H.144.07.). Other listed members include Nasiruddin Haqqani (TI.H.146.10.), Sangeen Zadran Sher Mohammad (TI.Z.152.11.), Abdul Aziz Abbasin (TI.A.155.11.), Fazl Rabi (TI.R.157.12.), Ahmed Jan Wazir (TI.W.159.12.), Bakht Gul (TI.G.161.12.), Abdul Rauf Zakir (TI.Z.164.12.). Responsible for suicide attacks and targeted assassination as well as kidnappings in Kabul and other provinces of Afghanistan. Linked to Al-Qaida (QE.A.4.01.), Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (QE.I.10.01.), Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (QE.T.132.11.), Lashkar I Jhangvi (QE.L.96.03.), and Jaish-IMohammed (QE.J.19.01.).


46. HARAKAT UL-MUJAHIDIN / HUM* (Al-Hadid; Al-Hadith; HUA; Harakat ul-Ansar; Harakat ul-Mujahideen; al-Faran), Associated with Jaish-i-Mohammed (QE.J.19.01), Lashkar i Jhangvi (LJ) (QE.L.96.03) and Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (QE.L.118.05). Active in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Banned in Pakistan. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.


47. HARAKAT-UL JIHAD ISLAMI* (HUA; HUJI; Harakat ul Jihad-e-Islami; Harakat-ul-Ansar; Harkat-al-Jihad-ul Islami; Harkat-ul-Jehad-al Islami; Harkat-ul-Jihad-al Islami; Movement of Islamic Holy War), Was established in Afghanistan in 1980. In 1993, Harakat-ul Jihad Islami merged with Harakat ul-Mujahidin (QE.H.8.01) to form Harakat ul-Ansar. In 1997, Harakat-ul Jihad Islami split from Harakat ul-Ansar and resumed using its former name. Operations are in India, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Banned in Pakistan.


48. INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC RELIEF ORGANIZATION, INDONESIA, BRANCH OFFICE* (Al Igatha Al-Islamiya; Egassa; Hayat Al-'Igatha; Hayat al-Aghatha al-Islamia al-Alamiya; Hayat al-Igatha; IIRO; Igasa; Igase; Igassa; Igatha; Ighatha; International Islamic Aid Organization; International Islamic Relief Agency; International Relief Organization; Islamic Relief Organization; Islamic Salvation Committee; Islamic World Relief; The Human Relief Committee of the Muslim League; World Islamic Relief Organization), Associated with Jemaah Islamiyah (QE.J.92.02) and the International Islamic Relief Organization, Philippines, Branch Offices (QE.I.126.06). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 28 Jun. 2010.


49. INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC RELIEF ORGANIZATION, PHILIPPINES, BRANCH OFFICES* (Al Igatha Al-Islamiya; Egassa; Hayat Al-'Igatha; Hayat al-Aghatha al-Islamia al-Alamiya; Hayat al-Igatha; IIRO; Igasa; Igase; Igassa; Igatha; Ighatha; International Islamic Aid Organization; International Islamic Relief Agency; International Relief Organization; Islamic Relief Organization; Islamic Salvation Committee; Islamic World Relief; The Human Relief Committee of the Muslim League; World Islamic Relief Organization), Associated with the Abu Sayyaf Group (QE.A.1.01) and Jemaah Islamiyah (QE.J.92.02). All offices closed in 2006 but as of early 2009, the IIRO office in Manila, the Philippines had reopened. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 28 Jun. 2010.


50. ISLAMIC ARMY OF ADEN* ,


51. ISLAMIC INTERNATIONAL BRIGADE (IIB)* (International Battalion; Islamic Peacekeeping Battalion; Islamic Peacekeeping International Brigade; The International Brigade; The Islamic Peacekeeping Army; The Islamic Peacekeeping Brigade), Linked to the Riyadus-Salikhin Reconnaissance and Sabotage Battalion of Chechen Martyrs (RSRSBCM) (QE.R.100.03) and the Special Purpose Islamic Regiment (SPIR) (QE.S.101.03). Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 17 May 2010.


52. ISLAMIC JIHAD GROUP* (Dzhamaat Modzhakhedov; Islamic Jihad Group of Uzbekistan; Islamic Jihad Union; Jama'at al-Jihad; Jamaat Mojahedin; Jamiat al-Jihad al-Islami; Jamiyat; Kazakh Jama'at; Libyan Society; Zamaat Modzhakhedov Tsentralnoy Asii; al-Djihad al-Islami), Founded and led by Najmiddin Kamolitdinovich Jalolov (QI.J.240.08) and Suhayl Fatilloevich Buranov (QI.B.239.08). Associated with the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (QE.I.10.01) and Emarat Kavkaz (QE.E.131.11). Active in the Afghanistan/Pakistan border area, Central Asia, South Asia region and some European States. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 20 May 2010.


53. ISLAMIC MOVEMENT OF UZBEKISTAN* (IMU), Associated with the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement (QE.E.88.02), Islamic Jihad Group (QE.I.119.05) and Emarat Kavkaz (QE.E.131.11). Active in the Afghanistan/Pakistan border area, northern Afghanistan and Central Asia. Review pursuant to Security Council resolution 1822 (2008) was concluded on 21 Jun. 2010.
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