Al Ra’i serves as Rashid Qasim al-Bazzal’s representative. Al-Bazzal co-founded various front companies—such to conduct dealings for the IRGC-QF to fund Hezbollah’s activities
Al-Bazzal allegedly co-founded various front companies—such to conduct dealings for the IRGC-QF to fund Hezbollah’s activities
Talaqi Group - front company run by Hizballah official al-Bazzal. Al-Bazzal has sought to continue operating his network since being designated by OFAC by purporting to transfer ownership of his companies, including Nagham al Hayat and Tawafuk;
Al-Bazzal is a founder and owner of Tawafuk, where he is involved in day-to-day activities as general manager. Al-Bazzal has leveraged his companies, to finance and coordinate various IRGC-QF-linked oil shipments
Nagham Al Hayat is being designated pursuant to E.O. 13224 today for being owned or controlled by Muhammad Qasim al-Bazzal.
The new way in which Hezbollah’s military and criminal operations in Syria is using its terrorist organization’s financial network.
The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) is a branch of Iran's Armed Forces founded after 1979 Revolution on 22 April 1979 by order of Ayatollah Khomeini.
Nasrallah was designated for acting on behalf of Hizballah, which he has led since 1992. As the Secretary General and head of the Shura Council, Nasrallah is Hizballah’s highest-ranking official and exercises direct command over Hizballah’s military and security apparatus as[...]