Jemaah Islamiyah

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a clandestine group of southeast Asian terrorists organized in 1993 and trained by al-Qaeda

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Today's broadly scoped designations will disrupt efforts by ISIL, al Nusrah Front, al-Qaeda and Jemaah Islamiya to raise, transport and access funds that facilitate foreign terrorist fighters," said David S.
Since then, the government's counterterrorism efforts have led to the capture of many Jemaah Islamiya operatives.
Zachary Abuza, "The State of Jemaah Islamiya and U.
Indeed, Lashkar and other militant organisations in Asia, such as Indonesia's Jemaah Islamiya (JI, or Islamic Party), and the Arab world have extended their operations beyond their traditional areas of activity since 2001 in line with Osama bin Laden's strategy of all-out war, and are now seen to be joining together in new tactical alliances.
He said another report that the military has started validating was the one pertaining to the death of a Jemaah Islamiya member by the name of Bun Mahmoud, allegedly a Malaysian physician.
It is reminded that the MILF remains a revolutionary, fundamentalist, jihadist, and secessionist organization that is vulnerable to infiltration by ISIS, Al-Qaeda and Jemaah Islamiya.
The Abu Sayyaf has links with the Jemaah Islamiya, the Southeast Asian conduit of the Al Qaida terror network that was once led by Osama Bin Laden.
Treasury Department placed sanctions on three senior members of Jemaah Islamiya in Southeast Asia.
Initially, the Crown case against him was that he had links to Jemaah Islamiya, an al-Qaeda-aligned terror group in south east Asia.
Husin is thought to be a leader of the al Qaida-linked Southeast Asian terror network Jemaah Islamiya, whose members were convicted of the 2002 Bali attacks.
No-one has yet claimed responsibility for the attacks but officials said Jemaah Islamiya was implicated.
Husin is thought to be a leader of the al-Qaeda-linked South-East Asian terror network, Jemaah Islamiya.
The war on terror has continued apace in Southeast Asia, and the governments in the region deserve credit for the arrests of some 150 Jemaah Islamiya (JI) members through April 2003.
Chief judge Wachyono, who headed the panel at the south Jarkata court on Monday, announced the ruling and declared Jemaah Islamiya a "terrorist organistaion".
The six Jemaah Islamiya members are being protected by Sheik Ismael Abubakar, alias Commander Bungos, the new BIFF leader vice Omra Kato, according to Dela Vega.