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Fact Sheet
Office of the Coordinator for Counterterrorism
Washington, DC
December 30, 2004

Former Foreign Terrorist Organizations Table

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(As of 12/30/2004)
  Organization FTO Designation Date Latest Designation Date FTO 
Review Date
EO 13224 Designation Date (see footnote 2) TEL Designation Date (see footnote 1) EO 12947 Designation Date(see footnote 3)
1 Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine-Hawatmeh Faction 10/8/1997 not redesignated 10/8/1999 not designated under EO 13224 not designated under the TEL 1/24/1995
2 Japanese Red Army 10/8/1997 10/8/1999 10/8/2001 not designated under EO 13224 12/7/2001 not  designated under EO 12947
3 Khmer Rouge 10/8/1997 not redesignated 10/8/1999 not designated under EO 13224 not designated under the TEL not  designated under EO 12947
4 Manuel Rodriguez Patriotic Front Dissidents 10/8/1997 not redesignated 10/8/1999 not designated under EO 13224 not designated under the TEL not  designated under EO 12947
5 Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement 10/8/1997 10/8/1999 10/8/2001 not designated under EO 13224 not designated under the TEL not  designated under EO 12947

footnote 1: FTO designation includes the immigration consequences of Terrorist Exclusion List (TEL) designation, so there is no need to designate FTOs under the TEL. Several organizations were first designated under TEL and subsequently as FTOs.

footnote 2: The complete list of designations under Executive Order 13224, along with aliases and identifying information, is available on the Treasury website at http://www.treas.gov.offices/eotffc/ofac/sdn/sdnlist.txt. Over 350 individuals and entities have been designated under this authority.

footnote 3: Organizations that threaten to disrupt the Middle East Peace Process are designated under Executive Order 12947 (al-Qa'ida was added to the Executive Order 12947 list by Executive Order 13099).



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