The US Treasury Department accused the designees of playing a role in facilitating the travel of ISIL members to Syria.
On Monday, the United States imposed sanctions on what it said was a network of five ISIL (ISIS) financial facilitators working in Indonesia, Syria and Turkey in support of members of the armed group in Syria.
The US Treasury Department in a statement accused the designees of playing a key role in facilitating the travel of ISIL (ISIS) members to Syria and other areas where the group operates, and of making financial transfers to support the group’s efforts in Syria. camps for displaced people.
The Treasury said the network raises funds in Indonesia and Turkey, “some of which was used to pay for children to be smuggled out of the camps and handed over to foreign ISIS fighters as potential recruits.”
“The United States, as part of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS, is committed to denying ISIS the ability to raise and move funds across multiple jurisdictions,” Brian Nelson, undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence at Treasury, said in the statement. .
Monday’s move, which targeted Dwi Dahlia Susanti, Rudi Heryadi, Ari Kardian, Muhammad Dandi Adhiguna and Dini Ramadhani, freezes any of their US assets and generally prevents Americans from dealing with them.