Names of Foreign Fighters and Terrorists Arrested by Syrian Government

United Nations A/67/540–S/2012/778

General Assembly
Security Council

Distr.: General
23 October 2012

Original: English

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General Assembly
Sixty-seventh session
Agenda item 105

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

Security Council Sixty-seventh year

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Identical letters dated 19 October 2012 from the Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General and the President of the
Security Council Upon instructions from my Government, I have the honour to attach herewith a list that contains the names and the nationalities of 108 foreign individuals who were arrested by the Syrian authorities. The list provides the reasons for the arrest of each individual, which are related to engagement in terrorist activities in the Syrian Arab Republic.

It would be highly appreciated if the present letter and its annex could be circulated as a document of the General Assembly, under agenda item 105, and of the Security Council.

(Signed) Bashar Ja’afari
Ambassador
Permanent Representative
A/67/540
S/2012/778
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Annex to the identical letters dated 19 October 2012 from the Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General and the  President of the Security Council

Names of the 108 non-Syrian nationals who have been arrested in Syria during the current events

[This information is categorized by the nature of the criminal act. GR Ed.]

No. Nationality Name Criminal act

[Committed several murders and abductions with the aim of obtaining ransoms]

1 Iraqi Ahmad Shahab Ahmad Committed several murders and abductions with the aim
of obtaining ransoms. Planned to kill an assistant of the
Minister of the Interior. An audacious swindler; passed
counterfeit US$. Was in communication with the
leadership of the so-called Free Army and the Ghutah
tansiqiyyat (coordination groups).
2 Iraqi Ali Husain Madghan Committed several murders and abductions with the aim
of obtaining ransoms. Planned to kill an assistant of the
Minister of the Interior. An audacious swindler; passed
counterfeit US$. Was in communication with the
leadership of the so-called Free Army and the Ghutah
tansiqiyyat.
3 Iraqi Mujid Hamid Salman Committed several murders and abductions with the aim
of obtaining ransoms. Planned to kill an assistant of the
Minister of the Interior. An audacious swindler; passed
counterfeit US$. Was in communication with the
leadership of the so-called Free Army and the Ghutah
rebels.
4 Iraqi Mu’taz Sulaiman Talib Committed several murders and abductions with the aim
of obtaining ransoms. Planned to kill an assistant of the
Minister of the Interior. An audacious swindler; passed
counterfeit US$. Was in communication with the
leadership of the so-called Free Army and the Ghutah
rebels.

[Member of al Qaeda]

5 Iraqi Ghanam Hanin Ahmad al-Kindi
Arrested in Syria; admitted he was a member of the
terrorist Al-Qaida organization.
6 Iraqi Asim Abdulghani Mahmud Abbush
Member of Al-Qaida in Iraq. Took part in an attack
against a Syrian border post near Bab al-Hawa and in
attacks in the Akhtarin district and on a police station in
Khanasir. Booby-trapped a pickup vehicle belonging to
the so-called chief of the organization in Aleppo, with the
intention of blowing it up in the Sakhur quarter of that
city.
7 Iraqi Laith Battal Qathim Member of Al-Qaida in Iraq. Came to Syria in 2008.
Taught ways of making three kinds of incendiary device.
8 Iraqi Muhammad Ahmad Huwair Member of Al-Qaida in Iraq. Entered the country in 2008.
Lived in the Ba’rbaya area where he met another Iraqi,
Adbulhamid Hamad Shalash, a member of Al-Qaida. Took
part in transporting three military rifles and 11 bombs
from the Iraqi-Syrian borders to the house of Adbulhamid Shalash.
9 Iraqi Ya’qub Muhammad Abdulrahman
Member of Al-Qaida. Involved in funding and giving
refuge in his house in Qamishli to the so-called legitimate
leader of Al-Qaida in Syria, the Iraqi Husain al-Jaburi
(Abu Musab).
10 Iraqi Sa’d Abdulkarim Rajab al-Jamili
Former member of Al-Qaida. Entered Syria with the aim
of going to the Jasim area of Dar’a, joining the armed
groups and fighting the Syrian Arab security forces and
army.

{Relationship to Armed terrorist group. Acts of insurrection]

11 Iraqi Bashar [illegible] Proven relationship with the armed terrorist groups.
Undertook terrorist operations in Haffah, Ladhiqiyah
governorate. Fought the army and security forces and set
fire to military buildings.
12 Egyptian Abdulrahim Hassan Shalabi Involved in the armed groups’ acts of insurrection.
Observed the movements of the army and security and
informed the armed groups thereof, thus enabling them to
ambush and target them.
13 Palestinian Darar Ismail Mahmud Abu Awda
Belonged to an outlawed organization, the terrorist
Al-Qaida organization, that aims to change the nature of
the State and the basic status of society.
14 Palestinian/Syrian
Hazim Fu’ad Mazawi A quantity of live ammunition was found in his car. Has a
proven relationship with the terrorist groups.
15 Palestinian/Lebanese
Muhammad Walid al-Asadi Entered Syria illegally with the intention of carrying out
terrorist operations in Ladhiqiyah.
16 Palestinian/Lebanese
Ayman Ahmad al-Gharbi Joined an armed group and took part with it in attacking
army checkpoints and detonating explosive devices.
17 Palestinian/Syrian
Sa’id Adnan Habash Sheltered armed men in the Khalidiyah quarter and stole a
tanker belonging to the Homs fire brigade.
18 Palestinian/Syrian
Turki Khalid Awd Took part in an attack on the Mukhayyam position in
Dar’a, which was blown up; photographed the incident on
his mobile telephone.

{Took Part in Terrorist Operations]

19 Palestinian/Algerian Fu’ad Abdulrahman Bubakri Took part in terrorist operations.
20 Lebanese Abdulmajid Mahmud Matar A member of the armed terrorist group that opened fire on
personnel at the al-madinah al-jami’iyah checkpoint in
Homs.
21 Lebanese Khadrah Muhammad Fiyyad Involved with a terrorist group; transported arms and
planted explosive devices.
22 Lebanese Muhammad Jamil al-Khatib Carried out terrorist operations using military arms;
invaded State property and vital installations; committed
rapes and murders and displayed the bodies; stirred up
sectarian strife and armed rebellion.
23 Lebanese Fadi Faisal Musa Smuggled quantitites of military arms and ammunition
and drugs for the armed groups.
24 Lebanese Muhammad Amir Amir Carried out terrorist operations which caused damage to
property and loss of life. Smuggled arms despatched by
the mustaqbal (Future) faction and distributed them to
armed terrorist groups. Took part in the attack on the army
checkpoint in the village of Nizariyah.
25 Lebanese Kamal Ali Abu Jabal Engaged in various types of smuggling operation,
including of arms.
26 Lebanese Musa Muhammad Amir Joined the armed terrorist groups and opened fire on
demonstrators in order to bring suspicion on the army and
the security forces. Took part in attacks on army
checkpoints that caused the deaths of several personnel.
Transported arms and ammunition on behalf of the
terrorist groups.
27 Lebanese Mubarak Ratib al-Omar Transported arms and ammunition and armed men in his
taxi on behalf of the terrorist groups.
28 Lebanese Abdulrahman Muhammad Shawk
Entered the country illegally in order to take part in “jihad” in Syria.
29 Lebanese Omar Khalid Salahaddin Entered the country illegally in order to take part in
“jihad” in Syria.
30 Lebanese Muhammad Yusif al-Huwaidi Entered the country illegally in order to take part in
“jihad” in Syria.
31 Lebanese Hassan Ahmad Jizzinini Entered the country illegally in order to take part in
“jihad” in Syria.
32 Lebanese Muhammad Abdulrahman
Ammar
Took part in destructive operations in Homs. Trained
persons in detonation operations and booby-traps.
33 Lebanese Muhammad Hussain Faris Joined an armed group and took part with it in attacking
army checkpoints and carrying out abductions. Smuggled
arms and ammunition on its behalf from Lebanon into
Syria. Also smuggled in 50 Arab terrorists and 30 foreign journalists.
34 Lebanese Ra’id Rashid Hamud Smuggled arms and ammunition from Lebanon into Syria.
35 Lebanese Khalid Qasim Abdulhadi Smuggled arms and ammunition from Lebanon into Syria
on behalf of the armed groups.
36 Lebanese Mustafa Muhammad al-Masri Joined an armed group and took part with it in attacking
army checkpoints. Smuggled arms and ammunition on its
behalf.
37 Lebanese Muhammad Ahmad Matar Smuggled arms and ammunition from Lebanon into Syria
on behalf of the armed groups.
38 Lebanese Mahmud Salih al-Masri Smuggled arms and ammunition from Lebanon into Syria
and opened fire on border guards.
39 Lebanese Muhammad Nawwaf al-Najm Linked to terrorist groups in the Wadi Khalid area; had
dealings with armed men in Syria; smuggled persons,
drugs and arms into Syria.
40 Jordanian Abdulsalam Ahmad Muhammad Ismail
Distributed dynamite to saboteurs in the Palestinian Raml
camp and took part with them at targeting the army with it
when it entered that camp. Targeted security and army
patrols with explosive devices.
41 Jordanian Manadil Muhammad Ibrahim al-Hamaida
Formed an armed terrorist group and stole the property of civilians.
42 Jordanian Ahmad Bahrawi Buhairi al-Munay’a
Took part in terrorist operations by ensuring the supply of
the materials necessary for the assembly of explosive
devices. Helped to make such devices for the armed
terrorist groups.
43 Jordanian/Syrian
Abdulhadi Ghassan al-Sakhni, known as Abdulhadi al-Durubi
Supplied and purchased arms for terrorist groups in
Qariyatayn and had links with all the armed men in that
town who undertook terrorist operations against the army.

[Entered country illegally in order to fight with armed terrorist groups]

44 Jordanian Muhammad Hussain Muhammad Ibrahim
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
45 Jordanian Abdulrahman Jamal Asir Titi
?? Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
46 Jordanian Hussain Ghazi Hussain Took part in the operations of a terrorist group.
47 Tunisian Suhail bin Zuhair al-Saqsali Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
48 Tunisian Majdi al-Hiyari bin al-Hiyathi Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
49 Tunisian Muhammad a-Trabulis bin al-Sharif
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
50 Tunisian Usama Hathli bin Mukhtar Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
51 Tunisian Walid Thafar bin Ali Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
52 Tunisian Sami Kamal bin Mahazz bin Ashur
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
53 Tunisian Rida Bay bin Abdulaziz Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
54 Tunisian Muhammad Ali Daifallah Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
55 Tunisian Wisam Kamal bin Halimah Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
56 Tunisian Ramadan bin Wasif Sultani Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
57 Tunisian Muhammad Tuhami Mai Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
58 Tunisian Sa’ud Muhammad Gharma Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
59 Tunisian Wahid Abdulla Fadil Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
60 Tunisian Bilal Marzuqi bin Abdulla Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
61 Tunisian Haikal Abdulwahid al-Tuwaini Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
62 Tunisian Uqbah bin Muhammad al-Nasiri
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
63 Tunisian Amin bin Muhammad Nasibi Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
64 Tunisian Bilal Mustapha al-Iari Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
65 Tunisian Ziyad bin bu Jum’a al-Iari Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
66 Tunisian Izzaddine bin Rashid Shabah Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
67 Tunisian Munsif bin bu Jum’a Sultani Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
68 Tunisian Yasin Nassraddine bin Abdulla Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
69 Tunisian Muhammad Khalid bin Thabit Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
70 Tunisian Ali Muhammad al-Haddad Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
71 Tunisian Muhammad al-Ya’qubi bin Khamis
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
72 Tunisian Omar al-Maluli bin al-Hadi Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
73 Tunisian Mahir al-Nabili bin Muhammad Najib
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
74 Tunisian Abu Bakr Ali Muhammad Bubatan
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
75 Tunisian Muhammad bin Bashir al-Ta’ib
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
76 Tunisian Arafat al-Tayyib bin Abdulla Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
77 Tunisian Abdulkarim al-Haush Buqa’ud Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
78 Tunisian Al-Hussain Muhammad Maris Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
79 Tunisian Muhammad bin al-Jalidi Naji Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
80 Tunisian Badr Qasim bin Rahmah Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
81 Tunisian Sami bin Abdulla al-Rabi’ Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
82 Tunisian Ahmad abdulmajid Bilshahid Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
83 Tunisian Firas Munsif bin Ghazi Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
84 Tunisian Muhammad Bilhaj Omar bin Hamadi
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
85 Tunisian Abdulhalim Awainah bin al-Naji
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
86 Tunisian Fahd al-Mas’udi bin Nuraddine Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
87 Tunisian Husam bin Abdulaziz Bilal Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
88 Tunisian Abdulsattar bin Salih bu Azizi Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the
armed terrorist groups.
89 Tunisian Tawfiq bin Muhammad al-Munsif Ta’m
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
90 Tunisian Abdulsalam bin Muhammad al-Tahir Qusumi
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
91 Tunisian Mu’iz bin Abdulmajid
Abdulrahman
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
92 Libyan Fahd Abdulkarim Salih al-Faritas
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
93 Libyan Anis Muhammad Ma’tuq Muhammad bin Muhammad
Entered the country illegally in order to fight with the armed terrorist groups.
94 Australian/Syrian

Muhammad Yusuf al-Kalkuni The [illegible] for a terrorist group in the city of Dar’a.
95 Palestinian/Jordanian
Nabih Hussain Abu Zarkah Helped to distribute arms; involved in the murder of
Warrant Officer Imad Sirriah; transferred the sum of
$3,000 from Imad “the Friend” to Sheikh Sariah al-Rifa’i
for distribution to the terrorists.
96 Palestinian/Jordanian
Khalid Sami Dib Member of a terrorist group in Duma led by the terrorist
Diyyab al-Sha’rawi; involved in setting up barricades
where civilians were searched and robbed; robbed
commercial establishments; monitored army movements.
97 Tunisian Muhammad Ali Bilhaj Ahmad Member of the salafist, takfirist Islamic [illegible] Party.
Entered Syria with the intention of fighting after
[illegible] by a member of Al-Qaida in Egypt, Sheikh
Sayyid Ismail.
98 Libyan Ibrahim al-Farajani Member of a jihadist terrorist group called tanthim ahrar
al-sham.
99 Iraqi Ali Khalid Hussain al-Sisawi Entered Syria on a forged Bulgarian passport with the aim
of joining a terrorist group.

[Member of a terrorist group; involved in setting up roadblocks and carrying out abductions.]

100 Palestinian/Syrian
Sa’di Abdulrahman al-Hindi Member of a terrorist group; involved in setting up
roadblocks and carrying out abductions.
101 Jordanian Muhammad Bassam Ahmad Member of a terrorist group; involved in setting up
roadblocks and carrying out abductions.
102 Palestinian/Syrian
Ibrahim Khalil Zainab Member of a terrorist group; involved in setting up
roadblocks and carrying out abductions.

103 Palestinian/Syrian Abdulrahman Muhammad
Akram Sharkash
Smuggled arms in his private car from Lebanon to the terrorists.
104 Palestinian/Syrian
Majid Aziz Makhluf Member of a terrorist group called katibat shuhada’
ruknaddine.
105 Palestinian/Syrian
Muhammad Musa al-Ghazi Attacked soldiers and military checkpoints.
106 Palestinian/Syrian
Muhammad Bahir Abdulhakim
al-Hindi
Attacked soldiers and military checkpoints.
107 Palestinian/Syrian
Bahir Hisham al-Saqa Attacked soldiers and military checkpoints.
108 Palestinian/Syrian
Fadi Zainaddine Rustum Attacked soldiers and military checkpoints


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