(Turkish) Kurdish-Hizbullah is a Kurdish Islamic ( Sunni) extremist organization that arose in the late 1980s in response to Kurdistan Workers Party atrocities against Muslims in southeastern Turkey, where Kurdish-Hizbullah seeks to establish an independent Islamic state. ...more on Wikipedia about "(Turkish) Kurdish-Hizbullah"
Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigades is a group which claims to be associated with the Islamic fundamentalist organisation al-Qaida. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigades"
The Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG), or simply Abu Sayyaf, also known as Al Harakat Al Islamiyya, is a separatist group of Islamist terrorists based in and around the southern islands of the Philippines, primarily Jolo, Basilan, and Mindanao. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abu Sayyaf"
Abu Theeb is the pseudonym of a leader of a Sunni group taking part in the Iraqi insurgency, operating north of Baghdad. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abu Theeb"
Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya ( Arabic: ألجماعه الاسلاميه ) ( Arabic for "the Islamic Group"; also transliterated Gamaat Islamiya, Jamaat al Islamiya, al-Jamā'ah al-Islāmiyah etc.) is a militant Egyptian Islamist movement that is considered a terrorist organization by the United States and Egyptian governments. The group is dedicated to the overthrow of the Egyptian government and replacing it with an Islamic state. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya"
Al-Qaeda in Iraq ( , Al-Qaa`idatu fii bilaadi r-raafidayn, al-Qaeda in Mesopotamia) is the Mujahideen network of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian-born mujahid believed operating against United States-led coalition forces in Iraq. It is the Iraqi branch of Al-Qaeda. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al-Qaeda in Iraq"
Al-Qanoon ( Arabic: القانون) is the name of a terrorist organisation which first came to attention when claiming responsibility for the 2002 Karachi consulate attack in Pakistan. The name al-Qanoon when translated from Arabic to English means "The Law". ...more on Wikipedia about "Al-Qanoon"
Ansar al-Islam ( Arabic: انصار الاسلام, Supporters or Partisans of Islam) is a Kurdish Sunni Islamist group, promoting a radical interpretation of Islam and holy war. At the beginning of the 2003 invasion of Iraq it controlled about a dozen villages and a range of peaks in northern Iraq on the Iranian border. It has been in conflict with other groups such as the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ansar al-Islam"
The Armed Islamic Group (GIA, from French Groupe Islamique Armé; Arabic al-Jama'ah al-Islamiyah al-Musallah) is a militant Islamist group with the declared aim of overthrowing the Algerian government and replacing it with an Islamic state. The GIA adopted violent tactics in 1992 after the military government voided the victory of the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS), the largest Islamic opposition party, in the first round of legislative elections held in December 1991. ...more on Wikipedia about "Armed Islamic Group"
East Turkestan Islamic Movement is a militant Islamic group which seeks to separate East Turkestan from the People's Republic of China. It is considered by both the governments of the PRC and the United States to be a terrorist group. Its designation as such by the United States has been controversial with critics arguing that the designation is unfair and intended mainly to improve U.S.-China relations. In 2002, the United Nations also declared it to be a terrorist group. ...more on Wikipedia about "East Turkestan Islamic Movement"
The Egyptian Islamic Jihad (EIJ), also called the Islamic Jihad and the Jihad Group, is an Egyptian Islamic group active since the late 1970s with origins in the Muslim Brotherhood. It suffered setbacks as a result of numerous arrests of operatives worldwide, most recently in Lebanon and Yemen. The organization's primary goals are to overthrow the Egyptian Government and replace it with an Islamic state and to attack United States and Israeli interests in Egypt and abroad. ...more on Wikipedia about "Egyptian Islamic Jihad"
The Great Eastern Islamic Raiders' Front (İslami Büyükdoğu Akıncılar Cephesi in Turkish, abbreviated IBDA-C) is a Islamic terrorist organization which follows the "Great East" ideology of Necip Fazil Kisakürek. The group's self-proclaimed goal is the creation of a Sunni Islamic federate state in Middle East and re-establish the Caliphate. They are notably hostile to Shia, Alevis, Christian and Jewish interests. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Eastern Islamic Raiders' Front"
Harakat ul-Mujahidin (Arabic حركة المجاهدين; abbreviated HUM), previously Harakat al-Ansar, is an Islamic militant group based in Pakistan that operates primarily in Kashmir. Long-time leader of the group, Fazlur Rehman Khalil, in mid-February 2000 stepped down as HUM emir, turning the reins over to the popular Kashmiri commander and his second-in-command, Farooq Kashmiri. Khalil assumed the position of HUM Secretary General. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harakat ul-Mujahidin"
Harkat-ul-Mujahideen is a Pakistani- Kashmiri guerrilla group. It is a separatist group and was established in 1985 initially opposing the Soviet presence in Afghanistan. The founders of the group had splintered from Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harkat-ul-Mujahideen"
The Hizbul Mujahideen (حزب المجاھدین) (created 1989) is a militant group active in Kashmir. Its headquarters are at Muzaffarabad. The current leader of the group is known under the nickname Sayeed Salahudeen, a native from Kashmir. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hizbul Mujahideen"
The Hofstad Network (in Dutch: Hofstadnetwerk or Hofstadgroep) is a suspected Islamist terrorist cell of mostly young Dutch Muslims of mainly North African ancestry. The name "Hofstad" was originally the codename the Dutch secret service AIVD used for the network and leaked to the media. The name likely refers to the nickname of the Dutch city of The Hague, though the AIVD denies this. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hofstad Network"
The Islamic Army in Iraq (Al jaish al islami fil Irak) (Sometimes abbreviated as IAI) is one of a number of underground Islamist militant, or mujaheddin, organizations formed in Iraq following the 2003 invasion of Iraq by United States and coalition military forces and the subsequent collapse of the Baathist government headed by Saddam Hussein. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Army in Iraq"
The Islamic Movement in Kurdistan/Iraq ( Arabic: بزووتنةوي ئيسلامي لة كوردستان/ عيرا Kurdish: Bizutnawai Islami le Kurdistân/Iraq) was founded in 1980 by Shaykh Uthman Abd-Aziz and several other Sunni mullahs who were all part of the non-political "Union of Religious Scholars" (Yaketi Mamostayani Ayni Islami). The foundation was officially ratified in 1998. The Islamic Movement in Kurdistan operates from the town of Halabjah and after the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan it is currently the third largest party in Northern Iraq. In the region controlled by the Islamic Movement in Kurdistan, the party has set up its own infrastructure. Sheikh Uthman Abd al-Aziz was appointed as a mufri (religious judge) by the Islamic Movement in Kurdistan. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Movement in Kurdistan"
The Islamic Movement of Central Asia (IMCA) is a guerrilla organization of Kyrgyz, Tajik, Uzbek, Chechen, and Uighur Xinjiang militants. Its objective is to create a pan- Central Asian Islamist theocracy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Movement of Central Asia"
The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) is a subset, militant organization, within the Islamic Movement of Central Asia, whose goal is to overthrow the secular government of Uzbekistan and replace it with an Islamic theocracy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan"
Islamic Resistance Movement (Arabic: حركة المقاومة الإسلامية) is an insurgent group in Iraq fighting against the U.S. lead coalition forces as part of the Iraqi Insurgency.
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Jāgrātā Muslim Jānātā Bānglādesh (Awakened Muslim Masses of Bangladesh), known in popular usage as the JMJB, is a vigilante Islamic radicalist organization based in Bangladesh, especially around the country's north-western region, which gained worldwide reknown for its efforts to create an all-Islamic state based upon only the Quran and the Sunnah through an armed Islamist revolution, similar to the ideals espoused by the radicalist organization al-Qaeda, and its vigilante military operations conducted against the Bangladeshi political establishment, the army and law-enforcement officials, extreme-left Communist outfits and petty criminals. The organization was the feature of a January 2005 New York Times article based upon the rise of Islamic radicalism in Bangladesh. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jagrata Muslim Janata Bangladesh"
Jaish Ansar al-Sunna or Army of the Protectors of the Sunna (faith) ( Arabic: جيش أنصار السنه ) , is an Islamist militant group in Iraq that fought the US-led occupation and US-backed interim government of Iyad Allawi, and continues to fight the new ruling government of Jalal Talabani. The group is based in northern and central Iraq, and includes both Iraqi Kurdish and Sunni Arab religious radicals and possibly some foreign fighters. The group maintains close ties with the remnants of Ansar al-Islam, a Kurdish Islamist organization formerly based in the mountains near Halabja in northeastern Iraq before the U.S-led invasion. U.S. officials believe that the group was founded in September of 2003 as an umbrella organization for Islamist guerrillas, with former members of Ansar al-Islam at its core. This date coincides with the first released message from the group stating their existence, on September 20. They claim to seek to expel U.S.-led occupation forces from Iraq and to subsequently establish an Islamic state. The group's leader has been identified Abu Abdullah al-Hassan bin Mahmoud, who is believed to be the brother of a major Ansar al-Islam fighter, although his background is unclear. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaish Ansar al-Sunna"
Jaish-e-Mohammed or Jaishi-Mohammed (the Army of Muhammad) (formed 1994) ( Urdu: جيش محمد ), ( Arabic: جيش محمد ) is a Jihad militant Islamist group based in Pakistan and funded from United Kingdom (Birmingham) active in carrying out armed attacks on Indian armed forces and civilians in the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jaish-e-Mohammed"
Jemaah Islamiyah, sometimes rendered Jemaah Islamiah, is a militant Islamic terrorist organization dedicated to the establishment of a fundamentalist Islamic theocracy in Southeast Asia, in particular Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Malaysia, and the south of Thailand and the Philippines. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jemaah Islamiyah"
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