"The US Department of the Treasury took action today to disrupt the fundraising and support networks of al-Qaida, al-Nusra Front, al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and Daesh by imposing sanctions on six individuals," the release said.
Among the designated persons is Kuwait-based Abdullah Hadi ‘Abd al-Rahman Fayhan Sharban al-‘Anizi, who financially supported al-Qaeda in Afghanistan and the Nusra Front in Syria between late 2013 and late 2015.
Another sanctioned individual is and Abd al-Muhsin Zabin Mutib Naif al-Mutayri, who provided funds to the Nusra Front.
The fifth sanctioned person is Syria-based Mostafa Mahamed, who provided funds to the Nusra Front.
Finally, the Treasury Department sanctioned Libya-based Salmi Salama Salim Sulayman ‘Ammar for sponsoring the Islamic State, which is also known as Daesh and is outlawed in numerous countries including in the United States and Russia.