RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The U.S. government has included a Brazilian network of individuals and companies allegedly linked to Al Qaeda on the Treasury Department's terrorism list, the U.S. embassy said Wednesday (22).
Haytham Ahmad Shukri Ahmad Al-Maghrabi, 35, an Egyptian with Brazilian citizenship, Mohamed Sherif Mohamed Awadd, 48, of Egyptian and Syrian nationality, and Ahmad Al-Khatib, 52, of Egyptian and Lebanese nationality, will have assets and accounts in the U.S. frozen.
Also subject to sanctions are the companies Home Elegance Comércio de Móveis, whose fantasy name is Marrocos Móveis e . . .