Jamal Khashoggi case

Backgrounder

Effective immediately, Canada is imposing sanctions pursuant to the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act against 17 Saudi nationals believed to be responsible for or complicit in the extrajudicial killing of Jamal Khashoggi that took place at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2, 2018.

These sanctions impose a dealings prohibition, which effectively freezes the individuals’ assets in Canada and renders them inadmissible to Canada under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act.

The names of the individuals targeted by these sanctions are:

  • Mansour Othman ABAHUSSAIN (born 10 or 11 August 1972)
  • Naif Hassan ALARIFI (born 28 February 1986)
  • Fahad Shabib ALBALAWI (born 24 January 1985)
  • Meshal Saad ALBOSTANI (born 27 March 1987)
  • Thaar Ghaleb ALHARBI (born 1 August 1979)
  • Abdulaziz Mohammed ALHAWSAWI (born 20 July 1987)
  • Mustafa Mohammed ALMADANI (born 8 December 1961)
  • Badr Lafi ALOTAIBI (born 6 July 1973)
  • Khalid Aedh ALOTAIBI (born 28 June 1988)
  • Mohammad AL-OTAIBI (born 6 November 1964)
  • Saif Saad ALQAHTANI (born 1973)
  • Saud AL-QAHTANI (born 7 July 1978)
  • Turki Muserref ALSEHRI (born 1982)
  • Waleed Abdullah ALSEHRI (born 5 November 1980)
  • Mohammed Saad ALZAHRANI (born 8 March 1988)
  • Maher Abdulaziz MUTREB (born 23 May 1971)
  • Salah Mohammed TUBAIGY (born 20 August 1971)

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