Osama Al Kuni Ibrahim
Date on which the narrative summary became available on the Committee's website: 
25 October 2021
Reason for listing: 

Listed pursuant to paragraphs 11 (a), 11 (f) of resolution 2213 (2015); paragraph 11 of resolution 2441 (2018).

Additional information: 

- As de facto manager of the Al Nasr detention center the person concerned has directly, and/or through subordinates engaged in or provided support to acts that violate applicable international human rights law, or acts that constitute human rights abuses in Libya
- The Person concerned has acted for or on behalf of or at the direction of two listed individuals intrinsically linked to the human trafficking activities of the Zawiyah network, namely Mohamed Kashlaf (LYi.025) and Abdulrahman al Milad (LYi.026)
- For years, the Al Nasr detention center in Zawiyah has been singled out in public and in confidential reports describing the plight of migrants and asylum seekers in Libya, including torture, sexual and gender-based violence and human trafficking. Humanitarian organizations and victims of trafficking have consistently identified the person concerned as the de facto manager of the detention center
- Three individuals who had been working in the Al Nasr detention center were served prison sentences for torturing migrants in the detention center.