UN Security Council resolution names those on Libya travel ban


People waiting to flee Libya gather at the airport in the capital Tripoli on Feb. 27, 2011. Libyan protest leaders established a transitional 'national council' in cities seized from Muammar Gaddafi, as world leaders called on him to quit and protesters closed in on Tripoli.



The United Nations Security Council resolution names 16 people linked to Muammar Gaddafi.

According to the LA Times, they are:

1. Dr. Abdulqader Mohammed. Born 1950, Head of the Liaison Office of the Revolutionary Commitees, which were involved in violence against demonstrators.

2. Abdulaqader Yusef Dibri, born 1946 in Houn, Libya. Head of Gaddafi's personal security, has history of directing violence against dissidents.

3. Abu Zayd Umar Dorda. Director of External Security Organization, head of external intellience agency.

4. Major General Abu Bakr Yunis Jabir, born 1952 in Jalo, Libya. Defense Minister, responsible for actions of armed forces.

5. Matuq Mohammed Matuq, born 1956 in Khoms. Secretary for Utilities, senior regime member, past history of involvement in suppression of dissent with violence.

6. Sayyid Mohammed Qadhaf Al-dam, born 1948 in Sirte, Libya. Cousin of Gaddafi, involved in arms procurement. The annex says Sayyid was responsible for several deaths in Europe in the 1980s as the administration undertook an assassination campaign.

7. Aisha Moammar Gaddafi, born 1978 in Tripoli. Gaddafi's daughter, she is close to the regime.

8. Hannibal Moammar Gaddafi, born 1975 in Tripoli. Son of Gaddafi, also close to the regime.

9. Khamis Moammar Gaddafi, born 1978 in Tripoli. Commanded military units involved in repression of demonstrations.

10. Mohammed Muammar Gaddafi, born 1970 in Libya. Son of Gaddafi, close to the regime.

11. Moammar Mohammed Abu Minyar Gaddafi, born 1942 in Sirte. Leader of the Revolution, Supreme Commander of Armed Forces, responsible for ordering repressions of demonstrations of human rights abuses.*

12. Mutassim Gaddafi, born 1976 in Tripoli. Son of Gaddafi, National Security Advisor.*

13. Saadi Gaddafi, born 1973 in Tripoli. Son of Gaddafi, Commander of Special Forces, commanded military units involved with repression of demonstrations.

14. Saif al-Arab Gaddafi, born 1982 in Tripoli. Son of Gaddafi, close to regime.

15. Saif Islam Gaddafi, born 1972, Tripoli. Son of Gaddafi, Director of the Gaddafi Foundation, released "inflammatory public statements encouraging violence against protesters."

16. Colonel Abdullah Senussi, born 1949 in Sudan. Director of Military Intelligence, which was involved in suppression of demonstrations. Convicted in absentia for bombing of UTA flight. Brother-in-law of Gaddafi. "Past history includes suspicion of involvement in Abu Selim prison massacre," annex I says.


Al Jazeera, meantime, has its own list of those most-influential to the Gaddafi regime, mainly due to the military, security or political power they wield.