Tuesday October 20, 2020

Man appeals against frozen bank accounts

A Dublin-based Muslim accused of financing Osama bin Laden's terror network has asked the European Court of Justice to rule that the freezing of his bank accounts breached his human rights.

22nd October, 2005

A Dublin-based Muslim accused of financing Osama bin Laden's terror network has asked the European Court of Justice to rule that the freezing of his bank accounts breached his human rights.

The court will hear a case on Tuesday brought by Ayadi Chafiq, who was named on a list of terror suspects released by the US Treasury Department.

The Bosnian national is also identified on a European Commission list of people who are believed to...

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