The United States has declared 13 people, including the TTP chief, a global terrorist

The United States has declared 13 people, including the TTP chief, a global terrorist

WASHINGTON: The United States has declared a number of people belonging to banned organizations, including Mufti Noor Wali Masood, the head of the TTP, on the 18th anniversary of 9/11 as a global terrorist.

The US State Department has declared 13 people belonging to Daesh, Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad and the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) as global terrorists. On the other hand, the US Treasury Department has also imposed sanctions on Daesh, al-Qaeda, Hamas, and 15 suspected terrorists.

According to a press release issued by the US Foreign Office, the purpose of declaring these individuals as global terrorists is to prevent them from planning and executing terrorism, the assets and properties of all these individuals are banned and the people All kinds of transactions with these people have been prevented.

After the death of Mullah Fazlullah in June 2018, Mufti Noor Wali Masood took over as TTP chief. The TTP has claimed responsibility for several terrorist attacks in Pakistan.

Other terrorists were identified as Marwan Issa, deputy commander of the Palestinian organization Hamas's Azaddin Qasam Brigade, Deputy Secretary General of the Islamic Jihad of Palestine, Baha Abdul Atta, commander of the Palestinian organization Al-Quds Brigade, and 4 senior leaders of Hizbullah. , Mohammed Haider, Fawad Shakir and Ibrahim Aqeel, three senior ISIS leaders, Haji Tessar, Abu Abdullah Ibn 'Umar al-Branawi and Hajib Hajan Sawad Jan, while al-Qaeda's Harasuddin and Farooq al-Souri.