On 7 April 2015, the U.S. Treasury Department designated the Al-Furqan Foundation Welfare Trust as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist ("SDGT"). Saudi Arabia, in coordination with the United States, also took action against Al-Furqan. Al-Furqan, a charity, is alleged to be the successor of both the Afghan Support Committee ("ASC") and the Revival of Islamic Heritage Society ("RIHS"). Both of these entities were accused of supporting Pakistani and Afghani extremists. The UN had listed the two entities on the al-Qaida Sanctions List in 2002, and the US designated them as SDGTs shortly thereafter. The U.S. also accuses Al-Furqan of funding al-Qaida, the Taliban and Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, among others, under the guise of humanitarian work. The designation of Al-Furqan was accomplished by updating the entry for the RIHS to list Al-Furqan as an alias. At the same time, the entries for the ASC were removed as separate entities and also made aliases for the RIHS, as the United States now regards them as the same organisation.