IJU

AcronymDefinition
IJUIslamic Jihad Union
IJUInternational Journal of Urology (Tokyo, Japan)
IJUIndian Journal of Urology (Urological Society of India)
IJUIraqi Journalists' Union
IJUInternationale Jongeren Uitwisseling (Dutch: International Youth Exchange; Belgium)
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The Coordinator of the Mideast and North Africa at the IJU Monir Zarour, has addressed the workshop highlighting on the importance of the human rights press and the role of the journalists in serving the children and woman issues, referring to the double-standard policy being practiced by superpowers towards human rights .
New York, NY, July 31, 2015 --(PR.com)-- IJU Agency Ltd.
The Indian Journalist Union (IJU) and National Union of Journalists too protested against the attacks on journalists in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Assam and West Bengal.
Indian Journal of Urology: IJU : Journal of the Urological Society of India2008; 24 (1): 116-117.
Designation of the IMU and IJU as Terrorist Organizations Democratization and Human Rights Recent Political Developments in Kazakhstan Recent Political Developments in Kyrgyzstan Recent Political Developments in Tajikistan Recent Political Developments in Turkmenistan Recent Political Developments in Uzbekistan Human Rights Trade and Investment U.S.
According to the Long War Journal, a counterterrorism blog, the IJU is an offshoot of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan.
According to court papers in the case, the FBI investigated Muhtorov after his communications with an overseas website administrator for the IJU. In a court filing Friday, the government said it intends to offer into evidence in Muhtorov's case "information obtained or derived from acquisition of foreign intelligence information conducted pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978.''
(46) In Afghanistan, Kazakhs have been known to operate with the IMU and its offshoot, the Islamic Jihad Union (IJU), which is notorious for carrying out attacks against Western forces in Afghanistan and Central Asia, Russian forces in the North Caucasus, and recruitment in Germany and Turkey.
The Islamic Jihad Union (IJU) is an extremist organization that splintered from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) in the early 2000s and is currently based in Pakistan's Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
Tuesday was no exception as police in Pune city of Maharashtra arrested Father Iju Francis Falkau, vice principal of Don Bosco School following a complaint by a 14-year-old student that she was molested by the teacher when she visited his chamber earlier this month.
Finally and most shockingly, a passenger plane crashed into Iju, a Lagos suburb close to Murtala Muhammed Airport, killing all 153 passengers on board, as well as an unspecified number of people on the ground.
The airliner, operated by Lagos-based company Dana Air, had flown in from the capital, Abuja, when it crashed and burst into flames in the Iju area, just north of the airport on Sunday.