EU amends reasons for listing Khalid Shaikh Mohammed & PFLP

The EU has published a notice informing Khalid Shaikh Mohammed and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine that the reasons for their listings on its terrorism sanctions have been updated, and that they may submit a request to the EU Council before 23 March 2016 to obtain the new statements of reasons.

DAM are three Israeli-born Palestinian rappers. Their single, Min Erhabe (“Who’s The Terrorist?”)has had more than a million downloads worldwide. In October, The Times gave their new album 4 stars. This film follows their visit to London that month.

The European Sanctions blog by Maya Lester, Brick Court Chambers & Michael O’Kane, Peters & Peters Solicitors LLP.

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