Jamaat-u-Da’wa (JuD)

On 05 December 2017, Hafiz Saeed, announced that the JUD affiliated political party, Milli Muslim League, will contest national and provincial elections in 2018.  "The Milli Muslim League (MML) is planning to contest next year's general elections. I also dedicate 2018 for Kashmiris who are struggling for freedom." In February 2017, Punjab home department cancelled the licences of 44 weapons issued to JuD chief Hafiz Saeed and other members of his organization and  placed on the Exit Control List, barring them from leaving the country citing security reasons. Hafiz Saeed’s JuD gets a new name with a Kashmir connection - 5 February 2017In 1987 Hafiz Muhammad Saeed along with some Salafi colleagues founded in Lahore, Pakistan the Jumaat-Ud-Dawa association (known as JUD) and its center -– the  Markaz Dawa-Wal-Irshad (the Center for Repentance and Propagation) that has received…

Jamaat-u-Da’wa (JuD), also known as Jama'at al Dawa'ila al Sunnah (JDS), Salafi Taliban, Jamaat-ud-Daawa Pakistan, Tehreek-e-Tahafuz Qibla Awal, Jumaat-ud-Dawa, Lashkar-e-Toiba, Jamaat-ud-Dawa  is an active group formed c. 1985.
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