On Monday, the United States, Britain and Australia imposed sanctions on individuals linked to the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation).
Britain imposed sanctions on individuals it says are financiers and leaders of the movement, adding that these measures will help cut off the movement’s sources of funding from parties including Iran.
The British Foreign Office said: “British sanctions target Zuhair Shamallakh, a man known as “Hamas’ chief money changer” and a key figure involved in the group’s shift towards cryptocurrencies and who helped transfer large sums of money from Iran to Hamas before the October 7 attacks. “.
The British Foreign Secretary said David Cameron “These sanctions send a clear message to Hamas that the UK and our partners are committed to ensuring that we crack down on those who finance terrorist activities,” he said.
These measures also include imposing sanctions on an official in Islamic Jihad Movement Palestinian.
Britain took this step in coordination with the United States.
For its part, the website of the US Treasury Department showed that the United States issued new sanctions today targeting individuals linked to the Hamas movement and a person related to the Iraqi Fly Baghdad Airlines company.
And last Friday, he announced European Unionimposed sanctions on the Hamas and Islamic Jihad movements, and included 6 individuals on its “blacklist” to freeze assets and ban visas.
Last Tuesday, the head of the Hamas movement in Gaza was also included Yahya Al-Sanwar On the “terrorism” blacklist, the movement was also previously included on the list of “terrorist” organizations.