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AHMAD, Muhammad Yunis · MUHAMMAD YUNIS AHMAD · MUHAMMAD YUNIS AHMAD AHMAD · Muhammad Yunis AHMAD · 6 more...United Arab Emirates · Iraq · Syria
NameAHMAD, Muhammad Yunis · MUHAMMAD YUNIS AHMAD · MUHAMMAD YUNIS AHMAD AHMAD · Muhammad Yunis AHMAD · Muhammad Yunis Ahmad · Muhammad Yunis Ahmad Al-Badrani · Muhammad Yunis Ahmed · Muhammad Yunis Ahmed Al-Moali · Muhammad Yunis Al-Ahmed · محمد يونس أحمد[raw]
NationalityIraq[raw]
Birth date[raw]
CountryUnited Arab Emirates · Iraq · Syria[raw]
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First nameMUHAMMAD · Mohammed Yunis Ahmed · Muhammad · Muhammad Yunis · Muhammad Yunis Ahmad · Muhammed[raw]
Gendermale[raw]
Last nameAHMAD · AHMED · AL-AHMED · AL-BADRANI · AL-MOALI · Ahmad · Ahmed · Al-Ahmed · Al-Badrani · Al-Moali · Muhammad Yunis Ahmad[raw]
Middle nameAHMAD · Ahmad · Ahmed · Al-Ahmed[raw]
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NotesAccording to information available to the Governments of Iraq and the United States, Muhammad Yunis Ahmad served as the Governor of the Al-Muthana Governorate prior to the 1990 Gulf War. After the Gulf War, he was promoted to become a senior Ba’ath Party official in Northern Iraq. Mr. Ahmad is a former Ba’ath Party regional command member and was responsible for party activities in the Salah Ad Din, the Al-Ta’mim and the Al-Sulaymaniyah Governorates. He held this position until the all of the Saddam regime in 2003. Mr. Ahmad is also reported to have a close working relationship with Izzat Ibrahim Al-Duri, who is listed in the annex to United States Executive Order 13315 and placed as number six on this list (see above), and who allegedly served as his second in-command. Following the Coalition Provisional Authority’s disestablishment of the Iraqi Ba’ath Party after Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Party began to reconstitute itself under a new leadership. According to information available to the Governments of Iraq and the United States, the reconstituted Iraqi Ba’ath Party was allegedly operating with Mr. Al-Duri as the head of the Party and Mr. Ahmad as his deputy. Recently he was elected General Secretary of the reconstituted Ba’ath Party. Iraqi and United States Government information also indicates that Mr. Al-Duri headed the military wing of an anti-Coalition group formed after the fall of the Saddam regime, while Mr. Ahmad ran the political wing of the group. · According to information available to the Governments of Iraq and the United States, Muhammad Yunis Ahmad served as the Governor of the Al-Muthana Governorate prior to the 1990 Gulf War. After the Gulf War, he was promoted to become a senior Ba’ath Party official in Northern Iraq. Mr. Ahmad is a former Ba’ath Party regional command member and was responsible for party activities in the Salah Ad Din, the Al-Ta’mim and the Al-Sulaymaniyah Governorates. He held this position until the fall of the Saddam regime in 2003. Mr. Ahmad is also reported to have a close working relationship with Izzat Ibrahim Al-Duri, who is listed in the annex to United States Executive Order 13315 and placed as number six on this list (see SSID 70-1155), and who allegedly served as his second incommand. Following the Coalition Provisional Authority’s disestablishment of the Iraqi Ba’ath Party after Operation Iraqi Freedom, the Party began to reconstitute itself under a new leadership. According to information available to the Governments of Iraq and the United States, the reconstituted Iraqi Ba’ath Party was allegedly operating with Mr. Al-Duri as the head of the Party and Mr. Ahmad as his deputy. Recently he was elected General Secretary of the reconstituted Ba’ath Party. Iraqi and United States Government information also indicates that Mr. Al-Duri headed the military wing of an anti-Coalition group formed after the fall of the Saddam regime, while Mr. Ahmad ran the political wing of the group. · For name in Arabic script see http://www.un.org/Docs/sc/committees/1518/040602_inds.htm · 住所:ブルダーン、アル・ダワール・ストリート(シリア)、ダマスカス(シリア)、モースル(イラク)、ワーディー・アル・ハーウィー(イラク)、ドバイ(アラブ首長国連邦)、アル・ハッサケ(シリア)[raw]
Other nameAHMED, Muhammad Yunis · AL-AHMED, Muhammad Yunis · AL-BADRANI, Muhammad Yunis Ahmad · AL-MOALI, Mohammed Yunis Ahmed · Mohammed Yunis Ahmed AL-MOALI · Muhammad Yunis AHMED · Muhammad Yunis AL-AHMED · Muhammad Yunis Ahmad AL-BADRANI · Muhammad Yunis Ahmad Al-Badrani · Muhammad Yunis Ahmed · Muhammad Yunis Ahmed Al-Moali · Muhammad Yunis Al-Ahmed · Muhammad Yunis Al-Ahmed, Muhammad Yunis Ahmed, Muhammad Yunis Ahmad Al-Badrani, Muhammad Yunis Ahmed Al-Moali · Muhammed Yunis Ahmad Al-Badrani · محمد يونس أحمد · ムハンマド・ユーニース・アフマド · ムハンマド・ユーニース・アル・アフマド、ムハンマド・ユーニース・アフメド、ムハンマド・ユーニース・アフマド・アル・バドラーニー、ムハンマド・ユーニース・アフメド・アル・モアリー[raw]
Place of birthAl-Mowall · Al-Mowall, Mossoul · Al-Mowall, Mosul · Al-Mowall, Mosul, Iraq · モースル、アル・モワール(イラク)[raw]
Second nameYUNIS · Yunis[raw]
Source linksanctionssearch.ofac.treas.gov[raw]
TopicsSanctioned entity[raw]
Data sources US OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List · · · · Swiss SECO Sanctions/Embargoes · French Freezing of Assets · · · US Trade Consolidated Screening List (CSL) · · UK OFSI Consolidated List of Targets · UN Security Council Consolidated Sanctions

Data sources

US OFAC Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List10,533

The primary United States' sanctions list, specially designated nationals (SDN) part.

United States · Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)

French Freezing of Assets3,555

The register lists all persons, entities and vessels subject to asset freezing measures in force on French territory, pursuant to national, European and international (UN) provisions.

France · Ministry of Economy, Finance, and Recovery

US Trade Consolidated Screening List (CSL)14,083

The Consolidated Screening List (CSL) is a list of parties for which the United States Government maintains restrictions on certain exports, reexports, or transfers of items.

United States · Department of the Commerce - International Trade Administration

Swiss SECO Sanctions/Embargoes4,762

Switzerland manages a sanctions lists with a high degree of detail on the individuals that are subject to it's embargoes.

Switzerland · State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)

UK OFSI Consolidated List of Targets3,588

The United Kingom's consolidated international sanctions list.

United Kingdom · Office of Financial Sanctions Implementation

UN Security Council Consolidated Sanctions951

The Security Council's set of sanctions serve as the foundation for most national sanctions lists.

Global · United Nations Security Council (UN SC)

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Address

[raw]Full address
Al-Dawar Street, Bludan

[raw]City
Bludan

[raw]Street address
Al-Dawar Street

[raw]Country
Syria