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Hafiz Saeed in his petition argued before the court that the JuD had no links with Lashkar-e-Tayyeba (LeT) since the JuD cut all ties with the LeT in 2002.
JuD is believed to have close ties to the Pakistani military and intelligence.
Jud was flown to Leeds General Infirmary by Yorkshire Air Ambulance, which happened to have a film crew on board.
It started off as Markaz Dawa-wal-Irshad (MDI) and changed into JuD in the wake of the December 2001 attack on the Indian Parliament, which was launched by Lashkar-e-Toiba, (LeT), itself.
The JuD has been banned by many countries and international groupings, including the United States, India, and the European Union, for its association with terrorist violence.
The JuD chief claimed that his organisation was not banned but only his adversaries were making such claims.
Jud said he was hurt since "years of groundbreaking work on estuarine lion fish are being completely and intentionally ignored.
Wala jud na siyay hilig sa basketball sauna kay dili man siya kaduwa kontra sa iyang mga ka-edad kay dako ra man kaayo sad siya.
JuD is seen as a front for Laskhar-e-Taiba (LeT), which Saeed founded and which investigators blame for the three-day carnage in Mumbai that killed 166 people.
The first in a proposed series involving young Jud Lester of the Covert Response Youth Paranormal Team, a group of paranormal-sensitive teenagers established by computer-king Jason Goode in co-operation with Britain's security services.
A US state department cable of 2009, signed off by secretary of state Hillary Clinton and released by WikiLeaks, also suggested that Pakistan had taken no tangible action against the JuD or its founder Saeed even after their terror listing by the UN in 2008.
The JuD is alleged to have been involved in the Mumbai attacks.