Terror Financing

  Posted on: Thursday, December 15, 2016
Treasury sanctions ISIL financier, two money services for links to terrorist organizations
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The U.S. Department of the Treasury recently took action to disrupt the financial infrastructure of the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) by designating the Iraq-based Selselat al Thahab Money Exchange as well as ISIL financier Fawaz Muhammad Jubayr al-Rawi and his company, the Hanifa Currency Exchange in Albu Kamal, Syria. 


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Financing:
12/15/16   Treasury sanctions ISIL financier, two money services for links to terrorist organizations
12/9/16   OFAC identifies supporters and front charity assisting AQAP
11/29/16   St. Louis attorney sues foreign banks alleging they helped Iran sponsor terror; Suit modeled after case filed in May
11/25/16   Prosecutors say British housing benefits funded terrorism
10/19/16   As territory shrinks, IS group looks for new money sources
10/17/16   Hezbollah cell charged with laundering Colombian drug money in Miami
8/10/16   JUDGE SAYS FEDS CAN SEIZE TERRORIST'S LIFE INSURANCE MONEY
7/12/16   ISIS's finances have been damaged, but U.K. can do more
6/6/16   Inside ISIS' looted antiquities trade
5/17/16   Two men arrested on suspicion of terrorist funding in London
4/29/16   ISIS runs fish farms, car dealerships to compensate for lost oil revenues
4/28/16   Coalition’s campaign has seriously weakened ISIS financial position
4/18/16   ISIS monthly revenue drops from $80 million to $56 million
2/16/16   The little-understood connection between Islamic terror and drug profits
2/2/16   DEA, European authorities uncover massive Hezbollah drug, money-laundering operation
1/18/16   U.S. air strike on ISIS vault destroys “millions of dollars”
9/28/15   Woman pleads guilty in terror funding case with St. Louis ties
6/29/15   New Jersey man charged with plotting to support militants
6/17/15   Feds: 2nd man charged in alleged plot by Islamic State group
8/7/14   Al Qaeda-affiliates derive most of their funding from ransom paid to free Europeans
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