SDGT

AcronymDefinition
SDGTSpecially Designated Global Terrorists (US Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control)
SDGTSlow Dynamics and Glass Transition
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The Department has also designated four other ISIS-affiliated groups and two ISIS-affiliated leaders as SDGTs under Section 1(b) of E.
Treasury Department designated al-Aqsa Television as an SDGT organization.
htm (noting that FARC was named an FTO by the Secretary of State in October 1997 and a SDGT pursuant to Executive Order 13224 in November 2001).
56) The order allowed for additional SDGTs to be designated if organizations or persons are found to "act for or on behalf of" or are "owned or controlled by" designated terrorists or if they "assist in, sponsor, or provide.
A provision of the Patriot Act goes further and authorizes OFAC to freeze an organization's assets without designating it an SDGT or even finding any wrongdoing.
The main distinction between the Department of State's FTO list and the Department of Treasury's SDGT list is the lack of an immigration element.
Abu Yahya al-Iraqi, also known as Iyad Hamed Mahl al-Jumaily, is a senior ISIS figure who reports to ISIS leader and designated SDGT Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The president should also request that the Treasury place al-Aqsa TV on the SDGT list alongside al-Manar.
Sinwar is a hardline military commander" who was designated by the State Department as an SDGT in 2015, the statement noted.
The group, which has pledged allegiance to the so-called Islamic State (IS), was designated by the Department of State as a SDGT entity in June 2016.
The Department of State has also amended the designation of al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) as an SDGT under section 1(b) of E.
In addition to the State Department designations, the Department of the Treasury also designated Attallah Salman Abd Kafi al-Jaburi, an Iraq-based, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) senior leader in charge of factories producing improvised explosive devices, vehicle-borne improvised explosive devices, and explosives, and involved in the development of chemical weapons, as an SDGT under E.