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Abu Bakr al-Jaziri

He also collected money for Al-Qaida from local nongovernmental organizations by claiming the funds were for orphans and widows. Al-Jaziri then turned the funds over to Al-Qaida operatives. Both Al-Jaziri and Al-Libi, defrauded well-meaning contributors by diverting money donated for widows[...]

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Fared Saal

After joining ISIS, Saal recruited potential ISIS members and facilitated their travel to Syria by providing them with specific contacts to reach out to once they arrived at the airport in Istanbul. The contacts would then help facilitate the recruits’ onward[...]

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Hamma Hamani

Hamani was designated for acting on behalf of ISIS and for engaging in actions that threaten the peace, security, or stability of Libya including through the supply of arms or related materiel. In 2016, Hamani provided support to ISIS and for[...]

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Emilie Konigh

She traveled to Syria in 2012 to join and fight for ISIL. While in Syria, Konig directed individuals in France to attack French government institutions or the wives of French soldiers. In a video posted on 31 May 2013, Konig was[...]

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Abu Bakr Muhammad Muhammad Ghumayn

Ghumayn is a senior al-Qaida leader who has served in several financial, communications, and logistical roles for the group. As of 2014, Ghumayn served within al-Qaida in an intelligence and security capacity. Before he traveled from Waziristan, Pakistan, to Iran, Ghumayn[...]

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Abu Ubaydah Yusuf Al-Anabi

Al-Anabi is an Algerian al-Qa’ida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) member. He is the leader of AQIM’s Council of Notables and serves as AQIM’s Media Chief. In an April 25, 2013 video, al-Anabi called for armed conflict by violent extremists against[...]

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Muslim Welfare House

The Muslim Welfare House, founded in 1970, was originally established to assist Muslim students coming to the UK for an education. However, over the years, the focus of the charity has changed, as has its user community. The multi-purpose building acts[...]

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