The United States announced on Wednesday that it has sanctioned two men and three companies for helping the terrorist group Hezbollah evade U.S. sanctions.

Wael Bazzi was sanctioned by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) for allegedly acting on behalf of his father, Hezbollah financier Mohammad Bazzi, who was sanctioned by the Treasury in May.

Hassan Tabaja was sanctioned for allegedly acting on behalf of his brother, Adham Tabaja, a Hezbollah financier who was sanctioned by the United States in 2015.

Additionally, OFAC enacted financial penalties against United Kingdom-based BSQRD Ltd., and Dutch-based Offiscoop and Voltra Transcor Energy BVBA for assisting Hezbollah to avoid U.S. sanctions.