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Saudi Arabia has blacklisted 19 individuals and companies and frozen their assets including bank accounts for financing terrorist activities by supporting Houthis under Royal Decree No. (M/21) dated 12/2/1439 AH.
What happened to them?
Saudi Arabia has frozen all the assets of the following people including bank accounts.
- It is prohibited to carry out any direct or indirect dealing with them.
- Strict measures would be taken if anyone is found dealing with them.
List of Blacklisted Individuals
Saudi Arabia and the U.S. treasury department finalized the following 8 names to be blacklisted which includes many expats.
1- Salih bin Muhammad bin Hamad bin Shaja (Yemeni).
2- Nabil bin Abdullah bin Ali Al-Wazir (Yemeni).
3- Ismail bin Ibrahim Al-Wazir (Yemeni).
4- Qusay bin Ibrahim Al-Wazir (Yemeni).
5- Ali bin Nasser Qarsha (Yemeni).
6- Zaid bin Ali bin Yahya Al-Sharafi (Yemeni).
7- Abdullah bin Abkar Abdul Bari (Yemeni).
8- Saddam bin Ahmed bin Muhammad Al-Faqih (Yemeni).
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— رئاسة أمن الدولة (@pss_ar) June 14, 2022
List of Blacklisted Establishments
The following 11 establishments are also blacklisted for the same charges;
9- Sam Oil Company for Trading and Oil Services Ltd.
10- Al-Zahraa Corporation for Trade and Agencies.
11- Yemen Towers Company and the Black Gold Company.
12- Fuel Oil Company for importing.
13- Salm Road Company for Trade and Import.
14- Abkar Oil Services Company.
15- Al-Faqih International Company for Trade, Industry, and Oil Services Limited.
16- Saba International Tobacco Company Limited.
17- Oil Primer Company.
18- Yemen Abbott Trading Co. Ltd.
19- Sahara Exchange and Money Transfer Company.