Terror Financing

  Posted on: Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Islamist extremism in the U.K. strengthened by foreign funding
Homeland Security News Wire

The authors of a new report say it highlights the need for a public inquiry into the foreign-based funding of Islamist extremism. The report covers a growing body of evidence on the considerable impact that foreign funding has had on advancing Islamist extremism in Britain and other Western countries. The foreign funding for Islamist extremism in Britain primarily comes from governments and government linked foundations based in the Gulf, as well as Iran.


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Financing:
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11/15/17   House panel OKs bill to sanction financial backers of Hamas
8/16/17   US adds Kashmir militant group to terrorism blacklists
7/5/17   Islamist extremism in the U.K. strengthened by foreign funding
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5/30/17   Bill to counter terrorist financing efforts introduced in House
5/24/17   United States, Saudi Arabia establish center to target terrorist financing networks
4/26/17   Minnesota woman gets probation for supporting al-Shabab
4/13/17   State Department Terrorist Designations of Tarek Sakr and Farah Mohamed Shirdon
4/12/17   Two Suburban Chicago Men Charged with Conspiring to Provide Material Support to the Islamic State
4/6/17   US hits Hamas military commander with terrorism sanctions
2/22/17   Loss of territory contributes to significant drop in ISIS funding
12/27/16   Denmark to stop paying state benefits to Danes in ISIS ranks
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
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