Sunday, November 16, 2014

United Arab Emirates publishes list of terrorist organisations

Abu Dhabi: The UAE Cabinet has endorsed a list of terrorist organisations in line with the Federal Law No.7 for 2014 on combating terrorist crimes.

The law was issued by President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan on August 20, 2014.

The release of the names of terrorist organisations also comes as per the Cabinet resolution on the terrorist lists which provides for the publishing of such lists in different media outlets to ensure transparency and raise awareness about these organisations among all members of the society.

The list of terrorist organisations endorsed by the Cabinet includes:

1. Muslim Brotherhood in the UAE
2. Al Islah Society
3. Fatah Al Islam in Lebanon
4. Islamic Association in Italy
5. UAE Jihad cells
6. Osbat Al Ansar in Lebanon
7. Islamic Association in Finland
8. Al Karama Organisation
9. Al Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb
10. Islamic Association in Sweden
11. The Islamic Association in Sweden
12. Ummah Parties in the Gulf region
13. Ansar Al Sharia (Supporters of Sharia Law) in Libya
14. Islamic Association in Norway
15. Al Qaida
16. Ansar Al Sharia in Tunisia
17. Islamic Relief Organisation in London
18. Islamic State (Daesh)
19. Mujahideen Youth Movement in Somalia
20. Cordoba Foundation in Britain
21. Al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula
22. Boko Haram in Nigeria
23. Islamic Relief Organisation, an affiliate of the International Organisation of the Muslim Brotherhood
24. Ansar Al Sharia (Supporters of Sharia Law) in Yemen
25. Almoravids Battalion in Mali
26. Pakistan Taliban
27. Muslim Brotherhood Organisation and group
28. Ansar Al Deen (Defenders of the Faith )in Mali
29. Abu Thar Al Ghafari Brigade in Syria
30. Islamic Group in Egypt
31. Pakistan’s Haqqani network
32. Al Tawhid Brigade in Syria
33. Egyptian Ansar Jerusalem
34. Pakistani Lashkar-e-Taiba a group
35. Tawhid and Faith Brigade in Syria
36. Ajnad Misr (Egyptian Jihadist Group)
37. East Turkistan movement in Pakistan
38. Green Brigade in Syria
39. Mujahideen Shura Council
40. Aknaf Bait al Maqdis (Defenders of Jerusalem)
41. The Army of Mohammad  in Pakistan
42. Abu Bakr Al Siddiq Brigade in Syria
43. Al Houhti Movement in Yemen
44. The Army of Mohammad  in Pakistan and India
45.  Talha bin Obaidullah Brigade in Syria
46. Saudi Hezbollah Al Hejaz
47. Indian Mujahideen in India/Kashmir
48. Hezbollah in GCC countries
49. Al Sarim Al Battar Brigade
50. The Caucasus Emirate (Chechen Mujahideen)
51. Abdullah Ibn Mubarak Brigade
52. Al Qaida Organisation in Iran
53. Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan
54. Syrian Martyrs Brigade
55. Badr Organisation in Iraq
56. Abu Sayyaf Group (Philippines)
57. Abu Omar Brigade
58.  Asa'ib Ahl Al Haq (League of the Righteous) in Iraq
59. Council on American. Islamic Relations (Cair)
60. Ahrar Shammar Brigade in Syria
61. Hezbollah Brigades in Iraq
62.  Kanvas organization in Belgrade, Serbia
63.  Sariyat Al Jabal Brigade in Syria
64.  Abu Fadl Abbas Brigade Iraq
65. Muslim American Society (Mas)
66. Al Shahba Brigade in Syria
67. Al Youm Al Maoud Brigade in Iraq
68. Association of Muslim Scholars
69.  Al. Qa'qa' Brigade in Syria
70. Omar Bin Yasser Brigade (Syria)
71. Union of Islamic Organisations of France
72. Sufian Al Thawri Brigade in Syria
73. Iraqi Ansar Al Islam Group
74.  Federation of Islamic Organizations in Europe
75. Ibad Al Rahman Brigade in Syria
76. Al Nusra Front in Syria
77. Islamic Association in Britain
78. Omar Ibn Al Khattab Brigade in Syria
79. Ahrar Al Sham Movement in Syria
80. Islamic Society of Germany
81. Al Shaima Brigade in Syria
82. Army of Islam in Palestine
83. Islamic Association in Denmark
84. Al Haq Brigade in Syria
85. Abdullah Azzam Brigades
86. Islamic Association in Belgium

Note of R.I.M.S.E. 

The organizations in bold are mostly Muslim Brotherhood related and with an extensive networking and financing concenring local politicians, journalists, academics and other publicfigures in the respective countries in Europe and North America.

Also others are involved in destabilizing situations of geopolitical nature and on collaboration with various international security organizations.