AG authorizes ban of 11 Islamic organizations linked to extremism

AG authorizes ban of 11 Islamic organizations linked to extremism

April 7, 2021   04:18 pm

The Attorney General has authorized the proscription of 11 Islamic organizations linked to extremist activities, his Coordinating Officer State Counsel Nishara Jayaratne said today (April 07).

Relevant organizations are as follows: 

1. United Thowheed Jamaath (UTJ)
2. Ceylon Thowheed Jamaath (CTJ)
3. Sri Lanka Thowheed Jamaath (SLTJ)
4. All Ceylon Thowheed Jamaath (ACTJ)
5. Jamiyyathul Ansaari Sunnaththul Mohomadiya (JASM)
6. Dharul Adhar @ Jamiul Adhar
7. Sri Lanka Islamic Student Movement (SLISM)
8. Islamic State of Iraq & Syria (ISIS)
9. Al-Qaeda
10. Save the Pearls
11. Super Muslim

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