[arin-ppml] NRS Official Response to Amin Dayekh allegation highlighting concerns around potential terrorism funding and support.

John Curran jcurran at arin.net
Thu Jun 30 06:32:00 EDT 2022


Samuel -

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/John

John Curran
President and CEO
American Registry for Internet Numbers

On 30 Jun 2022, at 4:59 AM, Samuel Uchenna Uzoechi <s.uzoechi at nrs.help<mailto:s.uzoechi at nrs.help>> wrote:


Dear Colleagues,

FYI Please.


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From: Samuel Uchenna Uzoechi <s.uzoechi at nrs.help<mailto:s.uzoechi at nrs.help>>
To: "community-discuss"<community-discuss at afrinic.net<mailto:community-discuss at afrinic.net>>
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2022 17:57:26 +0100
Subject: NRS Official Response to Amin Dayekh allegation highlighting concerns around potential terrorism funding and support.
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Dear Colleagues,

Amin’s recent, inflammatory posts about the NRS have obliged us to share our serious concerns about this gentleman over the past year with the community.

Number Resource Society (NRS) is a global non-profit membership organization advocating for a global unlimited, stable and united Internet. NRS recognizes Internet as one universal resource that relies on a global free market and enterprise with excellent transparency and accountability.

Amin Dayekh is a Lebanese national, and the CEO of MegaMore Wireless Broadband Limited an ISP company located in Kano, Northern part of Nigeria. As one of the Resource company's, we approached him as we have approached all other stakeholders of the Internet to promote NRS ideology of transparency and accountability. But like they say, "looks can be deceptive". In the process of engaging him, we began to notice some questionable behaviour including hate speech and apparent support for a terrorist organization. Due to the seriousness of what we uncovered, we advised the officer engaging to continue to cooperate with his in order to gather evidence of potential criminal activity.
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