خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية

خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية


29-05-2007, 01:45 PM


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Post: #1
Title: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 01:45 PM

خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
قامت وارة الخزانة الأمريكية بتجميد ارصدة كل من احمدهرون وعوض بن عوف مسئول الإستخبارات العسكرية وخليل ابراهيم رئيس حركة العدل والمساواة


Post: #2
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 01:46 PM
Parent: #1

Treasury Designation Targets Sudanese Government, Rebel Leader

The U.S. Department of the Treasury today blocked the assets of three
Sudanese individuals, including two high-ranking government officials
and a
rebel leader, for their roles in fomenting violence and human rights
abuses
in Darfur. The Treasury also acted today to sanction 30 Sudanese
companies
owned or controlled by the Government of Sudan, and one company that
has
violated the arms embargo in Darfur.

"Even in the face of sanctions, these individuals have continued to
play
direct roles in the terrible atrocities of Darfur," said Treasury
Secretary
Henry M. Paulson, Jr. "We are working to call attention to their
horrific
acts and further isolate them from the international community."

Ahmad Muhammed Harun, Sudan's State Minister for Humanitarian Affairs,
has
been accused of war crimes in Darfur by the International Criminal
Court in
the The Hague. Sudan's head of Military Intelligence and Security, Awad
Ibn
Auf, was also designated today, along with Khalil Ibrahim, leader of
the
Justice and Equality Movement (JEM), a rebel group that has refused to
sign
the Darfur Peace Agreement.

Harun and Auf are among Khartoum's senior leadership and have acted as
liaisons between the Sudanese government and the Government-supported
Janjaweed militias, which have attacked and brutalized innocent
civilians in
the region. The two individuals also have provided the Janjaweed with
logistical support and directed attacks. Hundreds of thousands of
people
have been killed and more than 2.5 million people have been displaced
by
violence and war since 2003. Previously, Harun served as State Minister
for
the Interior, and played a central role in coordinating and planning
military operations in Darfur between 2003 and 2005. In the 1990s he
was
responsible for massacres in the Nuba Mountains and was nicknamed "the
Butcher of Nuba."

Fighting between the Government of Sudan, the Janjaweed, and splintered
rebel groups has continued unabated in Sudan, despite the signing of
the
African Union-brokered Darfur Peace Agreement in May 2006. The
Government of
Sudan and the largest rebel group, the Sudan Liberation Movement,
signed the
agreement, but other rebel groups, including the JEM, declined to do
so. The
JEM is responsible for violence and suffering in Darfur and Khalil
Ibrahim,
as leader of the JEM, is personally responsible for rebel activity
aimed at
further destabilizing the situation on the ground.

Today's action brings to seven the number of Sudanese individuals for
whom
access to the U.S. financial system is prohibited under Executive Order
13400, which targets perpetrators of human rights abuses in Darfur in
western Sudan. Azza Air Transport Company has also been sanctioned
under
Executive Order 13400 for transferring small arms, ammunition and
artillery
to Sudanese government forces and Janjaweed militia in Darfur.

An additional 30 companies have been designated today pursuant to
Executive
Orders 13067 and 13412 because they are owned or controlled by the
Government of Sudan. These orders permit the imposition of economic
sanctions on the Sudanese government for its continued support for
international terrorism, ongoing efforts to destabilize neighboring
governments, and human rights violations – in particular with respect
to the
conflict in Darfur. The United States first imposed sanctions on the
Government of Sudan in 1997.

"These companies have supplied cash to the Bashir regime, enabling it
to
purchase arms and further fuel the fighting in Darfur," added Paulson.
"By
denying these companies access to the U.S. and international financial
system, we will make it harder for the Government of Sudan to pursue
its
deadly agenda."

Among the companies designated in today's action are GIAD Industrial
City,
which has supplied armored vehicles to the Sudanese government for
military
operations in Darfur; Sudatel, the national telecommunications company;
and
five firms in the petrochemical sector, including Advanced Petroleum
Company, RAM Energy Company, Bashaier, Hi-Tech Petroleum Group, and
Hi-Tech
Chemicals.

As a result of Treasury's designations, any assets these individuals
and
entities may have that are within U.S. jurisdiction must be frozen, and
U.S.
persons are prohibited from transacting or doing business with them.

The United States, the single largest international donor of
humanitarian
assistance to Sudan, has called for an end to the fighting in Darfur
and for
those responsible for crimes and atrocities to be brought to justice.
In
particular, the United States, along with the international community,
is
concerned about recent attacks on humanitarian workers in Darfur.

The United States continues to push for a peaceful political solution
that
will end the violence in Darfur and allow refugees and displaced
persons to
return to their homes.

Post: #3
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 01:49 PM
Parent: #2

هذا بالإضافة ل 30 شركة تم تجميد ارصدتها ومقاطعتها من امريكا

Post: #4
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 01:52 PM
Parent: #3

الواضح ان الضغط هذه المرة سوف يقع على كل الاطراف وخليل متهم بعرقلة السلام والبشير ايضا ويبدو ان السياسة الامريكية في اتجاه تصعيد من اجل ايجاد حل لقضية دارفور

Post: #5
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 01:58 PM
Parent: #4

هذا الكلام ليس سرا في واشنطن فقد تحدث بعض النافذون في واشنطن عن موضوع خليل واتهامه بقيادة رفض اتفاقية سلام دارفور ويقود جبهة الخلاص وهو العقل المنظم لها وايضا متهم بانه يمثل التيار الاصولي في قضية دارفور وينسق مع الترابي الذي يستغل دارفور من اجل اجندته السياسية الخاصة

Post: #6
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:05 PM
Parent: #5

Bush Looks To Intensify Pressure On Sudan
Economic Measures, U.N. Sanctions Planned
تقرير من الواشنطن بوست
By Michael Abramowitz
Washington Post Staff Writer
Tuesday, May 29, 2007; Page A01

President Bush has decided to implement a plan to pressure Sudan's government into cooperating with international efforts to halt the violence in its troubled Darfur region, where his administration said almost three years ago that genocide was taking place.

Administration officials said yesterday that the Treasury Department will step up efforts to squeeze the Sudanese economy by targeting government-run ventures involved with its booming oil business, which does many of its transactions in U.S. dollars. Bush will sanction two senior Sudanese officials and a rebel leader, who are suspected of being involved in the violence in Darfur.
The United States will also seek new U.N. Security Council sanctions against Khartoum, as well as a provision preventing the Sudanese government from conducting military flights in Darfur. The United Nations has accused Sudan's government of bombing Darfur villages.

Bush has been considering such steps for months and was set to announce the plan last month at the U.S. Memorial Holocaust Museum. But he held off at the behest of U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, who pleaded for more time to conduct diplomacy with Sudan's president, Lt. Gen. Omar Hassan al-Bashir, toward allowing international peacekeepers into the country.

But Bush sees little evidence that the diplomacy is bearing fruit or that Bashir is proving more cooperative in helping halt the violence in Darfur, aides said. As a result, they said, Bush plans to announce the coercive measures this morning at the White House.

"We just haven't seen any movement on the part of the government," said a senior administration official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity so as not to upstage the president. The official said Sudanese officials are continuing a long pattern of seeming to promise cooperation while "obstructing" progress in curbing the violence.

Administration officials said Bashir and other senior Sudanese officials have continued to thwart efforts at cooperation even after Bush explicitly warned them of the consequences. The day after Bush's speech at the Holocaust Museum, they said, the government bombed a rebel camp, and officials have continued to give speeches rejecting the full complement of peacekeepers.

The timing of today's announcement appears certain to anger U.N. diplomats, who have been reporting progress in negotiations with Bashir and have been aggressively lobbying U.S. officials to delay sanctions. Sudan's official news agency reported Saturday that Ban has agreed to travel to Khartoum to negotiate a deal on a United Nations-African Union peacekeeping force for Darfur.

U.S. lawmakers and advocacy groups, meanwhile, have criticized the Bush administration for a tepid response to Darfur despite tough rhetoric from the president, and it was uncertain last night whether they would welcome the long-awaited implementation of what has come to be known as "Plan B" for the region. Religious and humanitarian groups, which have pressed states, universities and corporations to disinvest from Sudan, have criticized as insufficient the elements of Plan B.

Bush has been under intense pressure from these groups to do something about the violence in Darfur, which began in 2003 when government-sponsored Arab militias attacked African villages in an effort to quell a rebellion. Eventually, about 2,000 villages were burned, as many as 450,000 people were killed and more than 2.5 million were displaced in continuing violence. The United States labeled it a "genocide" in 2004.

Under the new sanction plan to be announced today, 30 companies owned or controlled by the Sudanese government will be added to the 130 already blocked from using the U.S. financial system. The senior administration official said that the U.S. government has devoted considerable resources in the past six months toward figuring out how to bring greater financial pressure on Sudan, and he noted that with today's announcement most of the joint ventures responsible for oil production will be under sanctions.

"I am very optimistic that we will be able to put on more pressure than we have previously," the official said.

Although the United States has provided hundreds of millions of dollars in humanitarian aid and has led calls for action on Darfur, it has been ineffective in marshaling an international response that would bring a lasting peace or provide adequate security to the people of the region, one of Africa's poorest and most remote areas.

The Bush administration helped broker a peace deal a year ago that was supposed to have led to the introduction of thousands of additional peacekeepers. But the deal is in shambles and few troops have been added beyond an overwhelmed 7,000-member force from the African Union.

Part of the problem facing the United States is that it has already imposed strict sanctions on Sudan -- dating to 1997, when Khartoum was targeted for its support of Osama bin Laden. So it is unclear how much more leverage the Bush administration will have without backing from other nations.

China, in particular, has extensive commercial interests in Sudan and has been skeptical of sanctions. Administration officials said they think that Beijing is starting to be more helpful, such as leaning on the Sudanese to allow the African Union force to be better-equipped.

Advocacy groups are trying to shame China by threatening a boycott of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. The senior administration official said he could not forecast how China and other members of the Security Council will react to the new U.S. initiative.

Post: #7
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: wesamm
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:09 PM
Parent: #6

Quote: احمدهرون


ياعصام دهب خم وصر اتعاب المحاماة اتلحست يعني طلعتا كيت

Post: #10
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: wesamm
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:11 PM
Parent: #7

اسماء الشركات السودانية المشمولة بالعقوبات الأمريكية!!

Post: #9
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:10 PM
Parent: #6

وطبعا بوش امر بنقل الامر للامم المتحدة واصدار عقوبات وذلك بالتشاور مع بريطانيا والحلفاء ويبدو ان حليمة الانقاذ رجعت لقديمها ايام التوجه الحضاري والسؤال الى ماذا يتجه السودان والموضوع سوف يصل البشير فهو متهم بعرقلة السلام

Post: #13
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: Mohamad Shamseldin
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:19 PM
Parent: #6

الاخ ابوهريرة تحياتى
نبذة بسيطة عن الدكتور خليل ابراهيم

وزير صحة سابق باقليم دارفور
من الذين تولوا التصدى لبولاد و يقال انه كان من رافضى اسر بولاد
من قواد عمليات الدفاع الشعبى بالجنوب
قال لو خيرت بين الحكومة و الترابى لاخترت الترابى
من قياديي العدل و المساواة

Post: #8
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: Zoal Wahid
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:10 PM
Parent: #5

شكرا ابوهريرة

ارجو ان لا تكون هنالك حصانة لاحد اجرم في حق اهل دارفور.

لماذا تلكات الحكومة في تسوية الازمة وهي قد سمعت مرارا ان العالم
لن يقف متفرجا؟

Post: #11
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:14 PM
Parent: #8

هل سوف تكون هناك اي ترتيبات للتخلص من البشير وتسليم السلطة لمجموعة شيخ علي وهل تم اي عرض للبشير للتنحي من قبل المصريين والمغاربة وهل كانت فترة راحته يفكرفي ذلك

Post: #12
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:18 PM
Parent: #11

شكرا وسام وزول وحيد

Post: #14
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:21 PM
Parent: #12

Thanks
Mohamad Shamseldin

Post: #15
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:24 PM
Parent: #14

ما هي تأثيرات ذلك على الصراع في دارفور وعلى جبهة الخلاص ومجموعة الحركات المعارضة لابوجا

Post: #16
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 02:36 PM
Parent: #15

هل الانقاذ سوف تستطيع الاستمرار في شراء الوقت وما هو موقف الحركة الشعبية من العقوبات وهل هذا يشجع القوى المعارضة للتحرك الانتفاضي لاسقاط الانقاذ وذلك بالتسيق مع الحركة الشعبية من اجل اهلنا في دارفور

Post: #17
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: محمد على طه الملك
Date: 29-05-2007, 03:08 PM
Parent: #16

الآن أعادت أمريكا للبشير شقه المتمرد..
في عملية واضحه لفرز الكيمان .

Quote: هذا يشجع القوى المعارضة للتحرك الانتفاضي لاسقاط الانقاذ


إن أفلحت في الفكاك من أسر سياسات فرق تسد التي يمارسها الإنقاذيون تجاهها .

Post: #18
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 03:33 PM
Parent: #17

Thanks dear
محمد على طه الملك

Post: #19
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 05:23 PM
Parent: #18

وبعدين مع الانقاذ ومنذ مجيئها تكالبت العقوبات
هل يجعل ذلك اهل الانقاذ يعيدون النظر في استراتجيتهم تجاه قضية دارفور ام نسمع بالتصعيد من جديد اليس هناك اي عاقل

Post: #20
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: ابوهريرة زين العابدين
Date: 29-05-2007, 07:38 PM
Parent: #19

يبدو ان ادخال اسم خليل ابراهيم من اجل الضغط على الحركات من اجل التوحد على موقف تفاوضي واحد ومن اجل اعلامهم بأن أمريكا جادة في الامر وايضاارسال رسالة للحكومة بنفس المضمون

Post: #21
Title: Re: خليل ابراهيم وعوض بن عوف في قائمة العقوبات الأمريكية
Author: wesamm
Date: 02-06-2007, 01:05 PM
Parent: #20

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