Qatar’s interior ministry has included 27 individuals and entities in a state-issued terror blacklist, seen by Al Arabiya, which mostly includes Qatari citizens and national entities.
Qatari ISIS members
The most prominent name was Abu Abdulaziz al-Qatari, whose real name is Mohammed Youssef Othman. Abu Abdulaziz, who is originally a Palestinian-Jordanian, participated in fighting the Soviet Union then moved to Iraq and settled there. He was among the founders of Ansar al-Islam group. In 2003, he began working with Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. He then moved to live in Qatar.
Al-Qatari worked from Qatar to financially and logistically support extremists and then moved from Qatar to Syria in 2011 to join Ahrar al-Sham then Nusra Front. He later formed Jund al-Aqsa organization.
This is in addition to Tariq al-Harzi, aka Abu Umar al-Tunisi, who went to Iraq to join extremist groups in 2003. He was killed by an airstrike by the US-led coalition in 2015.
The US Treasury Department designated him on its terror list in 2014.