Council Implementing Regulation (EU) No 956/2011 of 26 September 2011 implementing Articles 12(1) and 13 of Regulation (EU) No 356/2010 imposing certain specific restrictive measures directed against certain natural or legal persons, entities or bodies, in view of the situation in Somalia OJ L 249, 27.9.2011, p. Hassan Dahir Aweys has acted and continues to act as a senior political and ideological leader of a variety of armed opposition groups responsible for repeated violations of the general and complete arms embargo and/or acts that threaten the Djibouti peace agreement, the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) and the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) forces. Hassan Abdullah Hersi Al-Turki has been a senior leader of an armed militia group since the mid-1990s and had engaged in numerous arms embargo violations. Fuad Mohamed Khalaf has facilitated financial support to al-Shabaab; in May 2008, he held two fundraising events for al-Shabaab at mosques in Kismaayo, Somalia. Mahamoud and an associate were in charge of the 10 June 2009 mortar attack against the Somali Transitional Federal Government in Mogadishu. a)‘Atom’, b) Mohamed Sa’id Atom, c) Mohamed Siad Atom) Date of birth: circa 1966. He is described as the leader of a militia that emerged in 2006 in the eastern Sanaag region of northern Somalia.1–5 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)Special edition in Croatian: Chapter 18 Volume 012 P. Between June 2006 and September 2007, AWEYSs served as chairman of the central committee of the Islamic Courts Union; in July 2008 he declared himself chairman of the Alliance for the Re-Liberation of Somalia-Asmara wing; and in May 2009 he was named chairman of Hisbul Islam, an alliance of groups opposed to the TFG. In 2006, al-Turki contributed forces to the Islamic Courts Union take-over of Mogadishu and emerged as a military leader in the group, aligned with al-Shabaab. Ahmed Abdi Aw-Mohamed is a senior leader of al-Shabaab and was publically named emir of the organization in December 2007. In April 2008, Khalaf and several other individuals directed vehicle borne explosive device attacks on Ethiopian bases and Somali Transitional Federal Government elements in Mogadishu, Somalia. The militia comprises as many as 250 fighters and has been implicated in incidents of kidnapping, piracy and terrorism, and imports its own weapons, in violation of the arms embargo.

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ATOM’s militia may also have played a secondary role in the kidnapping of a German couple captured by pirates in June 2008.

Fares Mohammed Mana’a (a.k.a.: a) Faris Mana’a, b) Fares Mohammed Manaa) Date of birth: 8 February 1965. Passport No.: 00514146; Place of issue: Sanaa, Yemen.

ID Card No.: 1417576; Place of issue: Al-Amana, Yemen; Date of issue: 7 January 1996. FARES MOHAMMED MANA’A has directly or indirectly supplied, sold or transferred to Somalia arms or related material in violation of the arms embargo. In October 2009, the Yemeni government released a blacklist of arms dealers with Mana’a ‘on top’ as part of an effort to stem the flood of weapons in the country, where weapons reportedly outnumber people.

Article 2 This Regulation shall enter into force on the day of its publication in the Yasin Ali Baynah (a.k.a. He has also mobilised support and raised funds on behalf of the Alliance for the Re-Liberation of Somalia and Hisbul Islam, both of which have actively engaged in acts that threaten the peace and security of Somalia, including rejection of the Djibouti Agreement, and attacks on the TFG and AMISOM forces in Mogadishu. Furthermore, ATOM is reportedly involved in arms trafficking into Somalia.

a) Ali, Yasin Baynah, b) Ali, Yassin Mohamed, c) Baynah, Yasin, d) Baynah, Yassin, e) Baynax, Yasiin Cali, f) Beenah, Yasin, g) Beenah, Yassin, h) Beenax, Yasin, i) Beenax, Yassin, j) Benah, Yasin, k) Benah, Yassin, l) Benax, Yassin, m) Beynah, Yasin, n) Binah, Yassin, o) Cali, Yasiin Baynax) Date of birth: 24 December 1965. Information from a number of sources indicates that his forces receive arms and equipment from Yemen and Eritrea.

Mahamoud was also one of approximately ten members on al-Shabaab’s leadership council as of late 2008. ATOM has been identified as one of the principal suppliers of arms and ammunition for al-Shabaab operations in the Puntland region.

Bashir Mohamed Mahamoud is a military commander of al-Shabaab. ATOM has directly or indirectly supplied, sold, or transferred to Somalia arms or related matériel or advice, training, or assistance, including financing and financial assistance, related to military activities in violation of the arms embargo.

MOHAMED SA’ID ‘ATOM’ has engaged in acts that threaten the peace, security or stability of Somalia.

According to a December 2008 report, an eyewitness described six such shipments during a four-week period in early 2008, each sufficient to fill two pickup trucks with small arms, ammunition, and rocket-propelled grenades.

According to a Bossaso businessman familiar with the arms trade, ATOM’s consignments do not enter the arms market, suggesting that they are either retained for the use of his forces or are transferred to recipients in southern Somalia, where al-Shabaab operates.

ATOM’s forces were implicated in the kidnapping of a German aid worker, in the kidnapping of two Somalis near Bossaso, and in a bombing of Ethiopian migrants in Bossaso on 5 February 2008, which killed 20 people and wounded over 100 others.