Terror Financing

  Posted on: Wednesday, November 15, 2017
House panel OKs bill to sanction financial backers of Hamas
AP

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Republican-led House panel delivered a blunt bipartisan warning to Qatar on Wednesday, backing legislation that would slap sanctions on any countries or individuals providing financial and material support to the Islamic militant group Hamas.



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Financing:
1/23/18   New York man pleads guilty to trying to support terrorism
12/12/17   Houston 18-year-old arrested on charges of trying to aid IS
12/5/17   Treasury targets cleric accused of helping IS recruits
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
6/9/17   Jury convicts 27-year old U.S. citizen of providing material support to ISIS
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
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