In this diploma thesis the present procedure of the autonomous list of the European Union to combat the funding of terrorism, substantiated by the judgement of the European Court of Justice in the joined cases Al-Aqsa v Council and Netherlands v Al-Aqsa and European fundamental rights is discussed. Therefore, the procedure based on the Common Position 2001/931 /CFSP and the Regulation (EC) No 2580/2001 is presented, and modifications by the case law are considered. Following, the case of Al-Aqsa with the relevant decisions is discussed. The reasons of the European Court of Justice in Al-Aqsa v Council and Netherlands v Al-Aqsa form the basis of the study carried out, in which the present procedure is valued and opposed to single guaranties. In the study of the right to property, a special focus is set on the problem of the qualification of the interference and on the criteria of the justification. The following analysis of the procedural rights deals especially with the right to be heard, the inquisitorial principle and the obligation to give reasons. Finally, some remarks to the fundamental right of effective judicial protection are offered.