Australia and sanctions
UNSC Terrorism Listings: Review of Mostafa Mahamed’s listing pursuant to UNSC Resolution 1373 (2001)
Members of the public are invited to comment on a review of Australia's listing of Mostafa Mahamed pursuant to United Nations Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 1373 (2001).
UNSC Resolution 1373 (2001) imposes obligations on all UN Member States to prevent and suppress terrorism. Australia implements these obligations in Part 4 of the Charter of the United Nations Act 1945 and the Charter of the United Nations (Dealing with Assets) Regulations 2008. These laws make it a criminal offence to use or deal with the assets of listed persons or entities, or to make assets available to them.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs must list a person or entity if satisfied on reasonable grounds that the person or entity meets the criteria set out in paragraph 1(c) of UNSC Resolution 1373, that is, that the person or entity is:
- a person who commits, or attempts to commit, terrorist acts or participates in, or facilitates, the commission of terrorist acts;
- an entity owned or controlled directly or indirectly by such a person; or
- a person or entity acting on behalf of, or at the direction of, such a person or entity.
The listing of Mostafa Mahamed is due to expire on 20 August 2018. Members of the public are invited to provide submissions on whether Mostafa Mahamed's listing should be extended for a further three years by the Minister for Foreign Affairs.
Mostafa Mahamed's details
Name: Mostafa Mahamed
- DOB: 14/02/1984
- Aka: Mostafa Mohamed Abdel Hamid, Mostafa Mohamed Farag, Mostafa Farag, Abu Sulayman al Muhajir, Abu Sulayman al Australi, Abu Sulayman al Ustrali
All submissions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, submissions may be posted to:
Attention: Director, Sanctions Section
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
RG Casey Building
John McEwen Crescent
Barton ACT 0221 Australia
Submissions must be received by 5pm on Friday 15 June 2018 Australian Eastern Standard Time. DFAT reserves the right not to consider late submissions.
The details of all persons and entities listed by the Australian Government pursuant to UNSC Resolution 1373 (2001), including when a listing expires, can be found in the DFAT Consolidated List.
More information on UN Security Council sanctions relating to terrorism can be found on our page on UN Security Council sanctions relating to terrorism.