IJU

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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 Islamic Jihad Union (IJU) broke away from the IMU in 2002 after a faction of IMU leaders, including the IJU's founder Najmiddin Jalolov, disagreed with the group's decision not to resume attacks in Uzbekistan.
Media learned that counterterrorism officials were examining possible links between the brothers and the Islamic Jihad Union of central Asia, a terrorist group.
The seven-minute video was issued by the Islamic Jihad Union, which has training camps in the north Waziristan province in Pakistan.
The Islamic Jihad Union was described as a Sunni Muslim group based in Central Asia that was an offshoot of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, an extremist group with origins in that country.
The Islamic Jihad Union is described as a Sunni Muslim group based in Central Asia that was an offshoot of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, an extremist group with origins in that country.
According to the German prosecutors, all three had visited Pakistan, where they purportedly received training at a terrorist training camps run by the Islamic Jihad Union, a supposed ally of al-Qaeda.
The groups most targeted by Uzbekistani authorities include the IMU, the Islamic Jihad Union and Hizb ut-Tahrir, as well as supporters and followers of Salafism, Wahhabism, Tbli, Jammat and the Turkish theologian Said Nursi.
In March 2004, for example, an IMU splinter group known as the Islamic Jihad Union (IJU) organized a series of targeted bombings in the Uzbek cities of Bukhara and Tashkent.
It noted that the supporters of terrorist groups like the Al-Qaida, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan, the Islamic Jihad Union and the Eastern Turkistan Islamic Movement were active in the Central Asian region.
Members of a group called Islamic Jihad Union, they have apparently been confessing to interrogators in secret locations.
The groups being added to the banned list are: Ansar Al Islam, Groupe Islamique Combattant Marocain, Al Ittihad Al Islamia and Ansar Al Sunna, Harakat-ut-Jihad-ul-Islami (Bangladesh), Harakat-ut Mujahideen/Alami, Hezb-e Islami Gulbuddin, Islamic Jihad Union, Jamaat ul Furquan, Jundallah, Khuddam ul-Islam, Lashkar-e Jhangvi, Libyan Islamic Fighting Group and Sipah-e Sahaba Pakistan.
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