Flags of the Anti-Terrorism Quartet (ATQ) of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain – File photo Flags of the Anti-Terrorism Quartet (ATQ) of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain – File photo

Arab Quartet adds 2 entities, 11 individuals to terror list

Thu, Nov. 23, 2017
CAIRO - 23 November 2017: The Arab Quartet consists of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, United Arab of Emirates and Bahrain- added two entities and 11 individuals to its terror list on Wednesday.

The Quartet issued a statement names both entities The International Islamic Coordinating Council (IICC) and the World Union for Muslim Scholars as terrorist organizations, and another 11 individuals.

The statement identitfied the following individuals as terrorist:

Khaled Nazem Diab

•American of Syrian origin.

•The head of the Relief International development of the Qatari Red Crescent.

•Accused of funding armed militias in Syria.

•Had suspicious activities in Yemen, Mauritania, Djibouti and Mosul city in Iraq.

•A supporter of the Muslim Brotherhood and a member of suspicious Al Karama (dignity) foundation.

•He was arrested in Lebanon in 2013 in charges of funding terrorists in Syria.

•Identified as a terrorist in the United States and by the United Nations.

Salem Jaber Omar Ali

•Libyan preacher.

•A member of the World Union for Muslim Scholars terrorist organization.

•known for provoking armed militias in Libya into launching attacks against the infrastructure spots.

•A partner in “Boshra” terrorist news agency.

•A partner in “Qatar Charity” and “Raf” for humanitarian services, both entities identified as terrorist.

•A close colleague of the terrorist preacher Yusuf al-Qaradawi.

Moyasar Ali Musa

•A former officer in the Iraqi Army.

•Listed as an international terrorist by the UN in 2014 for associating with al-Qaeda terrorist group.

•Joined Al Nusra terrorist organization in Syria before being dismissed by the organization leader “Abu Mohammed Al Julani”.

•A previous assistant of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

•He uses a Qatari passport when travelling to other countries

Mohammed Ali Saeed Atm

•Somali national

•A leader of the Somali terrorist group Al-Shabaab.

•Lives in Qatar as a political refugee

•Was mentioned in UN Sanctions List.

Hassan Ali Mohammed Juma Sultan

•Bahraini national.

•A Shiite cleric known for his extremist opinions.

•obtained his religious studies in Iran.

•Associated in several activities with the terrorist group of Hezbollah.

•Considered as a fugitive in Bahrain.

Mohammed Suleiman Haidar Mohammed Al-Haydar

*Descended from a wealthy Qatari family.

•Accused of financing several terrorist groups active in Bahrain kingdom.

Mohammed Jamal Ahmed Hishmat Abdul Hamid

•Egyptian national

•Accused of plotting the General Attorney assassination.

•Fled to Sudan then to Turkey after the Egyptian June 30 revolution.


•Accused of inciting riots against public headquarters in Egypt.

•A key founder of the dissolved Freedom and Justice Party, the political office of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group.

Alsayed Mahmoud Ezzat Ibrahim Eissa

•Egyptian national

•The current supreme guide of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group.

•A wanted fugitive by the Egyptian judicial system.

•A former prisoner who was accused of numerous crimes in Egypt.

Yahya Alsayed Ibrahim Mohamed Moussa

•Egyptian national

•Accused of plotting the assassination of the former Attorney General.

•fled to Turkey after Egyptian June 30 Revolution.

•A frequent visitor to both Qatar and Somalia.

•A member of the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group.

•The master mind behind many terrorist plots in Egypt.

Qadri Mohamed Fahmy Mahmoud Al-Sheikh

•Egyptian

•A fugitive

•Lives in Turkey

•A suspect in the assassination of the former Attorney General case.

Alaa Ali Ali Mohammed Al-Samah

•Egyptian national.

•A fugitive lives in Turkey.

•A key suspect in the assassination attempt against the current deputy Attorney General.

•Founder of HASM terrorist group.

•The head of the Armed Office inside the terrorist Muslim Brotherhood group.
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