(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) MANAMA, May 16 (KUNA) -- The Bahraini Ministry of Foreign Affairs designated 10 individuals and four entities Wednesday as terrorist entities.
"Pursuant to this step, sanctions will be imposed on these individuals and entities, including freezing their assets in Bahrain and banning citizens and residents of the Kingdom of Bahrain from dealing with them," a statement by the Bahraini foreign ministry said.
The statement added "the decision is in the framework of Bahrain's constant efforts to combat all forms of violence, extremism and terrorism and eliminate its sources of support and funding, and in cooperation with the co-chairs of the Terrorist Financing Targeting Centre (TFTC), the United States of America and Saudi Arabia, as well as member states Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman and Qatar." In this context, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Shaikh Khalid bin Ahmad bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa, affirmed Bahrain's commitment to fight terrorism and dry up its sources of funding through its cooperation with its brothers and allies.
The minister also pointed out that the designation of all these individuals and entities comes as part of Bahrain's continuous efforts to combat violence, extremism and terrorism, and to expand cooperation and coordination with all efforts aimed at eradicating this dangerous scourge that threatens the security and stability of the world.
The individuals and entities on the terrorism list are: 1. Hassan Nasrallah 2. Naim Qasim 3. Ibrahim Amin Al-Sayyid 4. Muhammad Yazbak 5. Hussein Khalil 6. Hashem Safieddine 7. Talal Hamiyah 8. Adham Tabaja 9. Al-Inmaa Group 10. Al-Inmaa Engineering and Contracting 11. Ali Youssef Charara 12. Spectrum Group 13. Hassan Ebrahimi 14. Maher Trading (end) hmd.mb
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