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Financing Of Terrorism

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This chapter focuses entirely on the financing of terrorism. Resolution 1373 has provided the main impetus for the development of more comprehensive national regulation of the financing of terrorism, not only through its specific obligations, but also through its strong call for ratification and implementation of the 1999 Convention on Financing Terrorism. The chapter analysis the elements of the crimes, it firstly discusses the obligations contained in Article 1 (b) of Resolution 1373 and Article 2 (1) of the 1999 Convention to criminalise the financing of terrorist acts. The chapter then analysis the different elements of the international rules, namely, the concept of funds, the illegal acts of financing, the acts it is not permitted to finance and the fault requirements .

Keywords: 1999 Convention; concept of funds; financing of terrorism; illegal acts of financing; Resolution 1373



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