TERRORIST AND EXTREMIST ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR DANGER TO THE SECURITY OF COMMUNITIES

TERRORIST AND EXTREMIST ORGANIZATIONS AND THEIR DANGER TO THE SECURITY OF COMMUNITIES

The main reason for banning terrorist and extremist organizations is that these organizations serve foreign masters and foreign interests and pose a threat to the security of developing countries.

The system and structure of these organizations, functional centers come from three main sources: Arab states, American and European superpowers, and Afghanistan. Arab countries allocate funds to these organizations, European and American states support them internationally, and their regional plans are implemented in the camps in Afghanistan. Thus, the organizations "Al-Qoida", "Islamic movement of East Turkestan", "Islamic party of Turkestan", "Taliban movement", "Muslim brotherhood", "Lashkar-ut-Toiba", Islamic group "Society-ut-Tablig", missionary religious organization "Community of Propaganda" and "Hizb ut-Tahrir" act only to destabilize the situation in the region.

The Russian Federation has also included some religious organizations in the list of terrorist and extremist organizations. Among others, on the basis of article 24, paragraph 5, of the Russian Federation “On Counter Terrorism” №35-FZ of 6 March 2006, the following organizations are included in the list of terrorist organizations whose activities are prohibited in the Russian Federation:

1. Meeting Council of the Caucasian Mujahideen

2. Al-Qoida

3. Asbat Al-Ansar

4. Al-Jihad

5. Al-Jama'ah al-Islamiyya

6. Al-Ikhwan al-Muslimun

7. Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Aylami

8. Tayyiba Army

9. Jamaati-Island

10. Taliban

11. Islamic Party of Turkestan (formerly Hue)

12. Al-Islah Al-Ijtimoi Comunity

13. Al-Turaz Al-Ailami Renaissance Community

14. Al-Haramain

15. Juund Ash-Sham

6. Jamaat Mujahiddin

17. Al-Qaid Al-Maghrib

18. Caucasian Emirates

19. Terrorist autonomous organization syndicate

20. Right Sector

21. Islamic State of Iraq and Sham

22. Jabhat al-Nusra li-Ahl al-Sham

23. Subhon Taolloh Shom

24. Mujahiddin at Jamaat al-Tawhida wal Jihad

25. Jamaati Chistopol

26. Guide to the Islamic state

27. Kahiba Tawhid wal-Jihad

28. Hayat Tahrir ash-Sham

29. AHL al Sunna wal Jamaa

30. Ziroatkori Surkh (Red Farmer) Religious Group of Jamaat

31. Kushkula Religious Group, Orenburg

32. Named Chelejikhan Battalion

33. Batalon "Azov"

34. Islamic renaissance party

35. Dubai Community

36. Muridons of Batalhodzha Belkhoroev and others.

Such a step on the part of the Russian government became very urgent, since before that, in 1992-2005, most of the terrorists in that state were operating freely, although the nature of their activities in Central Asian states was considered a crime. Along with this, the UN also regularly published lists of terrorist groups, which made it easier for states to unite on the path of fighting these groups.

It should be noted that the command centers of most of the terrorist organizations represented in these lists are directly entangled in the structures of the Taliban movement. Terrorist movements such as "Islamic movement of East Turkistan", "Islamic movement of Uzbekistan", "PIC", "Salafiya and Jamoat Ansorullah" directly form part of the Taliban's military army.

 

INFORMATION AND PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY RECTOR'S SERVICE

Translated Ismoilov R.


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