Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman

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Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman

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A RAHMAN, Mohamad Iqbal (a.k.a. ABDUL RAHMAN, Mohamad Iqbal; a.k.a.
ABDURRAHMAN, Abu Jibril; a.k.a. ABDURRAHMAN, Mohamad Iqbal; a.k.a.
MUQTI, Fihiruddin; a.k.a. MUQTI, Fikiruddin; a.k.a. RAHMAN, Mohamad
Iqbal; a.k.a. "ABU JIBRIL"), Jalan Nakula, Komplek Witana Harja
III, Blok C 106-107, Pamulang, Tangerang, Indonesia; DOB 17 Aug
1957; alt. DOB 17 Aug 1958; POB Korleko-Lombok Timur, Indonesia;
alt. POB Tirpas-Selong Village, East Lombok, Indonesia; nationality
Indonesia; National ID No. 3603251708570001 (individual) [SDGT].



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Re: Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman

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In accordance with paragraph 36 of resolution 2161 (2014) , the Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee makes accessible a narrative summary of reasons for the listing for individuals, groups, undertakings and entities included in the Al-Qaida Sanctions List.

QDi.086
MOHAMAD IQBAL ABDURRAHMAN
Date on which the narrative summary became available on the Committee's website:
30 October 2009
Reason for listing:
Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman was listed on 28 January 2003 pursuant to paragraphs 1 and 2 of resolution 1390 (2002) as being associated with Al-Qaida, Usama bin Laden or the Taliban for “participating in the financing, planning, facilitating, preparing or perpetrating of acts or activities by, in conjunction with, under the name of, on behalf or in support of” Jemaah Islamiyah (QDe.092).

Additional information:
Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman, also known as Abu Jibril, has been a close associate of Nurjaman Riduan Isamuddin, a.k.a. Hambali (QDi.087). He was Jemaah Islamiyah (JI)'s (QDe.092) primary recruiter and second in command - running JI operations and heading its regional “shura” before his arrest by Malaysian authorities in June 2001. He was also reportedly a financial conduit for Al-Qaida (QDe.004) in the region.

Abdurrahman has been part of the leadership of Kumpulan Mujahideen Malaysia (KMM, Malaysian Mujahideen Organization), which has close ties to JI and was established in 1995 at a meeting of Afghanistan veterans. KMM leadership has included Abu Bakar Ba’asyir (QDi.217) and Nurjaman Riduan Isamuddin.

Abdurrahman was elected deputy leader of the Indonesian Mujahidin Council (MMI) in 2008. MMI was founded, inter alia, by Ba’asyir and chaired by Ifran Suryahadi Awas who was the younger brother of Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman. MMI was associated with the JI organization in Indonesia, which came to be known as Mantiqi II and was headed by Abdullah Anshori (QDi.216). Anshori and Ba’asyir used MMI as a financial conduit to support JI’s goals and to bring together the various like-minded groups within South-East Asia. MMI’s board members included Agus Dwikarna (QDi.111) and other JI members. Abdurrahman also controls Ar-Rahmah Media, a pro-JI video production company.

Abdurrahman and Agus Dwikarna were also part of the leadership of the Laskar Mujahideen and the Laskar Jundullah, two paramilitary organizations established by JI to engage in sectarian conflict in 1999-2001. The former was closely linked to JI and Al-Qaida.

Abdurrahman was deported from Malaysia in May 2004 and taken into custody in Indonesia where he served a five and a half-month sentence for immigration offenses and forgery.

Related listed individuals and entities:
Al-Qaida (QDe.004), listed on 6 October 2001

Jemaah Islamiyah (QDe.092), listed on 25 October 2002

Nurjaman Riduan Isamuddin (QDi.087), listed on 28 January 2003

Agus Dwikarna (QDi.111), listed on 9 September 2003

Abu Rusdan (QDi.186), listed on 16 May 2005

Zulkarnaen (QDi.187), listed on 16 May 2005

Abdullah Anshori (QDi.216), listed on 21 April 2006

Abu Bakar Ba’asyir (QDi.217), listed on 21 April 2006

Muhammad Jibril Abdul Rahman (QDi.295), listed on 12 August 2011

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Bomb blast puts Jakarta on the edge

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JAKARTA — At a time of increased concern about terrorist activities in Jakarta, a bomb exploded Wednesday in front of the house of an Islamic militant. There were no reported injuries.

The house, located south of Jakarta, was rented by Abu Jibril, who is a suspected senior member of Jemaah Islamiyah, a militant organization that U.S. and Indonesian officials have held responsible for several terrorist attacks, including the bombings of nights clubs in Bali in 2002.

There are no suspects, but the police said the bomb, a low-grade explosive, may have been planted by disgruntled neighbors.

"His neighbors didn't really like him because of some religious activities he's been conducting at the house," Jakarta's police chief, Firman Gani, said.

A spokesman for Jibril, Fauzan Anshorim, told The Associated Press that the attack appeared to have been an attempt to intimidate Jibril "into stopping his campaign for an Islamic state."

In recent weeks, fears of a terrorist attack have intensified. The police have increased security at foreign embassies, hotels and shopping centers.

Last week, the U.S. Embassy in Jakarta warned U.S. citizens that extremists were planning to bomb hotel lobbies frequented by Westerners. And earlier this week, the police said that two of the most wanted men in Southeast Asia, Azahari bin Husin and Noordin Top, were hiding in the outskirts of Jakarta.

The two men are considered to be sophisticated bomb-making experts and are alleged to have been involved in the bombing of the Marriott hotel in Jakarta in 2003 and in a bombing at the Australian Embassy last year.

According to a police spokesman, Tjiptono, the attack on Wednesday did not appear to have been related to the recent terrorist threats, but he said the police would continue to question Jibril and four other witnesses.

Jibril, 47, also known as Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman, was arrested in Malaysia in 2001 and detained for two years under the nation's internal security act after the Malaysian police identified him as one of Jemaah Islamiyah's top three leaders.

The United States also considers Jibril a key member of Jemaah Islamiyah and named him the group's "primary recruiter and second in command," the U.S. State Department said in 2003.

https://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/09/worl ... -edge.html

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Re: Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman

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SC/7645
29 January 2003

SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ADDS NAMES
OF TWO INDIVIDUALS TO ITS LIST

NEW YORK, 28 January (UN Headquarters) -- The Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1267 (1999) on 28 January 2003 added the following individuals to its consolidated list (Al-Qaida section):

ISAMUDDIN, NURJAMAN RIDUAN (a.k.a. "Hambali"; Nurjaman; Isomuddin, Nurjaman Riduan); born: Encep Nurjaman; Nationality: Indonesian; DOB: April 4, 1964; POB: Cianjur, West Java, Indonesia

ABDURRAHMAN, MOHAMAD IQBAL (a.k.a. "Abu Jibril"; Rahman, Mohamad Iqbal; A Rahman, Mohamad Iqbal; Abu Jibril Abdurrahman; Fikiruddin Muqti; Fihiruddin Muqti); Nationality: Indonesian; POB: Tirpas-Selong Village, East Lombok, Indonesia

http://www.un.org/Docs/sc/committees/12 ... istEng.htm


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SE Asia terror funds frozen

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Friday, January 24, 2003 Posted: 11:15 PM EST
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The U.S. government Friday froze the assets of two suspected leaders of Jemaah Islamiyah, an Islamic terrorist group operating in Southeast Asia with ties to al Qaeda.

The State Department announced the action against Nurjaman Riduan Ismuddin, commonly known as Hambali, and Mohamad Iqbal Abdurrahman, commonly known as Abu Jibril.

Spokesman Richard Boucher said he did not know if the two men had any assets in the United States. However, the United Nations was asked to designate the men on a terrorist list, which will obligate all U.N. member states to take similar action.

Jemaah Islamiya ("Islamic Community") is a radical Islamic group linked to al Qaeda that seeks to establish an independent Muslim state encompassing south Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Muslim islands of the southern Philippines. The group originated in Indonesia but has ties and members across Southeast Asia.

According to the State Department, Hambali is the group's director of operations and its chief liaison with al Qaeda leaders, and he is also suspected of being al Qaeda's operations director in East Asia.

He was involved in a 1995 plot to bomb 11 U.S. commercial airlines in Asia and a foiled 2001 plan to attack Western interests in Singapore, as well a series of bombings in Indonesia and the Philippines in December 2000 that killed 40 people, the State Department said.

Abu Jibril is a close associate of Hambali, serving as Jemaah Islamiya's primary recruiter and second in command, the State Department said. He was arrested by Malaysian authorities in 2001.

According to the State Department, both men were involved in obtaining financing for the group.

Friday's move to freeze their assets was taken under the authority of an executive order signed by U.S. President George Bush, designed to disrupt the financing of suspected terrorist groups.
http://edition.cnn.com/2003/WORLD/asiap ... index.html

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