List of designated terrorist groups

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A number of national governments and two international organisations have created lists of organisations that they designate as terrorist. The following list of designated terrorist groups lists groups designated as terrorist by current and former national governments, and inter-governmental organizations. Such designations have often had a significant effect on the groups’ activities. Many organizations that have been designated as terrorist have denied using terrorism as a military tactic to achieve their goals, and there is no international consensus on the legal definition of terrorism.[1][2] Some organisations have multiple wings or components, one or more of which may be designated as terrorist while others are not. Some of the governments who designate organisations as terrorist have themselves been involved in state terrorism and/or state-sponsored terrorism.

This listing does not include unaffiliated individuals accused of terrorism, which is considered lone wolf terrorism. This list also excludes groups which might be widely considered terrorist, but who are not officially so designated according to the criteria specified above.

Organizations currently officially designated as terrorist by various governments[edit]

Organization Designators
Organizations listed by the United Nations Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 1267 (1999) 1989 (2011) and 2253 (2015) concerning Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Da’esh), Al-Qaida and associated individuals, groups, undertakings and entities[3]
Abdullah Azzam Brigades  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[citation needed]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Abu Sayyaf  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Japan,[15]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Philippines,[17]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Aden-Abyan Islamic Army  United Nations,[18]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom[12]
al-Haramain Foundation  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[19]  Russia[20]
Al-Itihaad al-Islamiya  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom[12]
Al-Mourabitoun[note 1]  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Iraq,[22]?  Japan,[15]  New Zealand,[8]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[21]
Al-Nusra Front[note 2]  United Nations,[25]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Iran,[26]  Japan,[15]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kuwait,[28]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Syria,[30]  Russia,[20]  Saudi Arabia,[31]  Tajikistan,[32]  Turkey,[33][34]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[35]
al-Qaeda  United Nations,[36]  European Union,[37]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  China,[38]  India,[39]  Iran,[40]  Israel,[41][42]  Japan,[43][15]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[19]  Paraguay,[44]  Russia,[20]  Tajikistan,[32]  Turkey,[45]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Saudi Arabia,[46]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United States[13]
al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Japan,[15]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Russia,[20]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United States[13]
Ansar al-Sharia (Libya)[note 3]  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  Turkey,[48]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Ansar al-Sharia (Tunisia)  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  Tunisia,[49]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Ansar al-Islam  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Ansar Dine  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United States[13]
Ansaru  United Nations,[4]  Bahrain,[6]  Iraq,[22]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Armed Islamic Group of Algeria  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]
Osbat al-Ansar  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Kazakhstan,[27]  New Zealand,[8]  Russia,[20]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Boko Haram[note 4]  United Nations,[4]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Iraq,[22]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Turkey,[9][10][11]  United Arab Emirates,[50]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Caucasus Emirate  United Nations,[51]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Japan,[15]  New Zealand,[8]  Russia,[20]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[52]
Egyptian Islamic Jihad[note 5]  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  Russia,[20]  United Kingdom[12]
Haqqani network  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Harkat-ul-Jihad al-Islami  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Harkat-ul-Mujahideen  United Nations,[4]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  India,[39]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Harakat Sham al-Islam  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  United States[53]
Jamiat ul-Ansar[note 6]  United Nations,[4]  Australia,[14]  Canada,[54]  New Zealand,[8]  India,[39]  Pakistan[19]
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham[note 7]  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Syria[55]  New Zealand,[8]  Turkey,[56]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[23]
Islamic Jihad Union  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  China,[57]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[58]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  China,[57]  Japan,[15]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[58]  Russia,[20]  Tajikistan,[32]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Islamic State in the Greater Sahara  United Nations,[4]  United States[13]
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant  United Nations,[25]  European Union,[59]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Azerbaijan,[60]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  China,[61]  Egypt,[62]  India,[39]  Iraq,[63][64]  Iran,[65][citation needed]  Israel,[66]  Japan,[15]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kuwait,[28]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  Lebanon,[67]  Paraguay,[44]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[58]  Paraguay,  Syria,[55]  Russia,[20]  Saudi Arabia,[31]  Tajikistan,[32]  Turkey,[68][69]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Khorasan Province  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  India,[39]  Pakistan,[58]  United States[13]
Jaish-e-Mohammed  United Nations,[4]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  India,[39]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[19]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Jaish al-Muhajireen wal-Ansar  United Nations,[4]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  United States[53]
Jamaah Ansharut Tauhid  United Nations,[4]  Bahrain,[6]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  United States[13]
Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin[note 8]  United Nations,[4]  Canada,[7]  Iraq,[70]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Jamaat-ul-Ahrar  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[58]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[71]
Jemaah Islamiyah  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Jund al-Aqsa  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Saudi Arabia,[72]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[73]
Jund al-Khilafah  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Kazakhstan,[27]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[74]
Katibat al-Imam al-Bukhari  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  New Zealand,[8]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  United States[75]
Lashkar-e-Taiba  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  India,[39]  Pakistan,[19]  Tajikistan,[32]  New Zealand,[8]  Russia,[20]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[19]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Libyan Islamic Fighting Group  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]
Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]
Movement for Oneness and Jihad in West Africa  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  United States[13]‹See TfM›[failed verification]
Mujahidin Indonesia Timur  United Nations,[76]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[74]
Society of the Revival of Islamic Heritage  United Nations,[4]  Bahrain,[6]  New Zealand,[8]  Russia[20]
Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan  United Nations,[4]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan,[19]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Turkistan Islamic Party[note 9]  United Nations,[4]  European Union,[77]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  China,[78]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[8]  Pakistan[79]  Russia,[80]  Tajikistan,[32]  Turkey,[81]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[82]
Other organizations
Abu Nidal Organization  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  United Kingdom,[12]
Soldiers of Egypt (Ajnad Misr)  Egypt,[84]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[85]
Ahrar al-Sham  Egypt,  Lebanon,  Russia,  Syria,[86]  United Arab Emirates[9][10][11]
Al-Ahwaz Arab People's Democratic Popular Front  Japan[15]
al-Aqsa Foundation  European Union[83]
al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[87]  United States[13]
Al-Ashtar Brigades  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Al-Badr  India[39]
al-Jama'a al-Islamiyya  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  Russia,[20]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Al Ghurabaa  United Kingdom[12]
al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent  Australia,[14]  Canada,[7]  India,[39]  Pakistan,[58]  United States[13]
Al-Shabaab  Australia,[14]  Canada,[7]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[87]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Alex Boncayao Brigade  United States[88]
Akhil Bharat Nepali Ekta Samaj  India[39]
Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz  Iran[89]
Atomwaffen Division  United Kingdom[90]
Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]
Takfir wal-Hijra  European Union,[83]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kyrgyzstan[29]
Al-Umar-Mujahideen  India[39]
All Tripura Tiger Force  India[39]
Ansar Bait al-Maqdis[note 10]  Australia,[14]  Canada,[7]  Egypt,[91]  Israel,[citation needed]  New Zealand,[87]  United Arab Emirates,[9][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Ansar Khalifa Philippines [note 11]  Australia,[92]  Malaysia[16]
Ansar ul Islam  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[93]


Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army  Malaysia,[16]  Myanmar[94]
Army of Islam  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United States[13]
Army of the Men of the Naqshbandi Order  Iraq,[95]  United States[13]
Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq  United Arab Emirates,[9]  United States[13]
Aum Shinrikyo  Canada,[7]  Japan,[96][15]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Russia,[20]  United States[13]
Badr Organization  United Arab Emirates[9]
Babbar Khalsa International  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  India,[39]  Japan,[97]  Malaysia,[16]  United Kingdom[12]
Bahrain Freedom Movement  Bahrain,[6]
Balochistan Liberation Army  European Union,[98]  Pakistan,[99]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[100][101]
Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters[note 12]  Australia,[92]  Malaysia[16]
Blood & Honour  Canada,[7]
Combat 18  Canada,[7]
Committee for Charity and Solidarity with Palestine  Israel[41]
Communist Party of India (Maoist)  India[39]
Communist Party of India (Marxist–Leninist) People's War  India[39]
Communist Party of the Philippines/
New People's Army
 European Union,[83]  New Zealand,[87]  Philippines,[102]  United States[13]
Communist Party of Turkey/Marxist–Leninist  Turkey[68]
Conspiracy of Fire Nuclei  United States[103]
Continuity Irish Republican Army  New Zealand,[87]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Cumann na mBan  United Kingdom[12]
Deendar Anjuman  India[39]
Donetsk People's Republic  Ukraine[104][105]
Dukhtaran-e-Millat  India[39]
East Turkestan Information Center  China[78]
East Turkestan Liberation Organization  China,[78]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  Saudi Arabia[106]
Logo of Euskadi Ta Askatasuna.png Euskadi Ta Askatasuna  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[87]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
First of October Anti-Fascist Resistance Groups  European Union[107]
February 14 Youth Coalition  Bahrain,[6]
Fianna Éireann  United Kingdom[12]
Force 17  Israel,[41]  United Kingdom[12]
Garo National Liberation Army  India,[39]
General Military Council for Iraqi Revolutionaries  Japan[15]
Great Eastern Islamic Raiders' Front  European Union,[83]  Turkey[68]
Gülen movement  Pakistan,[108]  Turkey[109]Somalia, Azerbaijan, Northern Cyprus and Kyrgyzstan
Hamas  European Union,[110]  Canada,[7]  Israel,[111]  Japan,[15]  Paraguay,[44]  United Kingdom,[112]  United States[13]
Hamas – Al-Qassam Brigades[note 13]  European Union,[83]  Australia,[14]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[87]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Harakat Ansar Iran  Iran,[114]  Japan[115]
Harakat Hezbollah al-Nujaba  United States[116]
Harkat-ul-Jihad-al-Islami Bangladesh  New Zealand,[87]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Harakat-Ul-Mujahideen/Alami  United Kingdom[12]
Hasm Movement  Canada,[7]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[117]
Hezb-e Islami Gulbuddin  Canada,[7]
Hezbollah  Arab League,[118]  Germany,[119]  Austria,[120]  Netherlands,[121]  Argentina,[5]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Colombia,[122]  Honduras,[122]  Gulf Cooperation Council,[123]  Israel,[citation needed]  Japan,[15]  Malaysia,[16]  Paraguay,[44]  Saudi Arabia,[124]  United Arab Emirates,[124]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Kurdish Hezbollah  Turkey[68]
Hezbollah (Military Wing)[note 14]  European Union,[125]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[87]  Saudi Arabia,[124]  United Arab Emirates,[124]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Hezbollah (External Security Organisation)[note 14]  Argentina,[5]  Australia,[14]  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Malaysia,[16]  Saudi Arabia,[124]  United Arab Emirates,[124]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Hezbollah Al-Hejaz  Saudi Arabia,[46]  United Arab Emirates[9][10][11]
Hizb ut-Tahrir  China,[126]  Egypt,[127]  Iran,[127]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Pakistan,[19]  Russia,[20]  Saudi Arabia,[127]  Tunisia,[128]  Tajikistan,[32]  Turkey[129][130]
Hizbul Mujahideen  European Union,[83]  India,[39]  United States[13]
Hofstad Network  European Union[83]
Holy Land Foundation
for Relief and Development
 European Union,[83]  Israel[41]
Houthis emblem.svg Houthis  Malaysia,[16]  Saudi Arabia,[31]  United Arab Emirates[9][10][11]
Indian Mujahideen  Canada,[7]  India,[39]  New Zealand,[87]  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
International Sikh Youth Federation  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  India[39]  Japan,[97]
Irish National Liberation Army  United Kingdom[12]
People's Defence Forces  United Kingdom[12]
People's Protection Units  Turkey, Qatar[131]
Irish People's Liberation Organisation  United Kingdom[12]
Irish Republican Army  United Kingdom[12]
Islamic Jihad

Jamaat Mujahideen
 Russia[20]
International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy - Canada  Canada[7]
International Union of Muslim Scholars  Bahrain,[6]  Egypt,[132][133]  Saudi Arabia,[133][132]  United Arab Emirates[133][132]
Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan  Tajikistan,[32]
Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps  Bahrain,[6]  Saudi Arabia,[134]  United States[135]
Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps' Quds Force  Bahrain,[6]  Canada,[7]  Saudi Arabia,[134]  United States[13]
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Caucasus Province  United States[74]
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Sinai Province  Australia,[14]  Canada,[7]  Malaysia,[16]  New Zealand,[87]  Qatar,[136]  United States[13]
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Libya Province  Australia,[14]  United States[13]
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Yemen Province  United States[137]
Jamaat al Dawa al Quran  United States[138]
Jamaat Ul-Furquan  United Kingdom[12]
Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh  India,[39]  Malaysia,[16]  United Kingdom[12]
Jamiat al-Islah al-Idzhtimai  Russia[20]
Jewish Underground  Israel[139]
Jamiat-e Islami  Russia[20]
Jund al-Sham  Russia[20]
Jundallah  Iran,[140]  New Zealand,[87]  United States[13]
Kach and Kahane Chai  European Union,[141]  Canada,[7]  Israel,[41]  Japan,[97]  United States[13]
Kamtapur Liberation Organisation  India[39]
Kangleipak Communist Party  India[39]
Kanglei Yawol Kanna Lup  India[39]
Kata'ib Hezbollah  United Arab Emirates,[9][10][11]  United States[13]
Khalistan Commando Force  India[39]
Khalistan Liberation Force  India[39]
Khalistan Zindabad Force  European Union,[83]  India[39]
Khuddam ul-Islam  United Kingdom[12]
Kingdom Assembly of Iran  Iran[142]
Kosovo Liberation Army  Serbia[143][144]
Komala–PIK  Iran,[145][146]  Japan[147]
Komala–CPI  Iran,[148]  Japan[147]
Komala–KTP  Iran[148]
Flag of Koma Civakên Kurdistanê.svg Kurdistan Communities Union  Turkey[68]
PDK Bakur.png Kurdistan Democratic Party/North  Turkey[68]
Kurdistan Democratic Party–Iran  Iran[148]
Kurdistan Democratic Party  Iran[148]
Kurdistan Freedom Hawks  European Union,[83]  United Kingdom[12]
Kurdistan Freedom Party  Iran[148]
Kurdistan Workers' Party[note 15]  European Union,[83]  Australia,[14]  Austria,[149]  Azerbaijan,[150]  Canada,[7]  Iran,[151]  Japan,[97][15]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  New Zealand,[87]  Syria,[152] Turkey,[68]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Lehi  Israel,[153]  United Kingdom[154]
Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  India,[39]  Malaysia,[16]  Sri Lanka,[155]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Fatemiyoun Seal.svg Liwa Fatemiyoun  Canada[7]
Lord's Resistance Army  Japan,[15]  United States[88]
Loyalist Volunteer Force  European Union,[107]  United Kingdom[12]
Luhansk People's Republic  Ukraine[104][105]
Majelis Mujahidin Indonesia  United States[156]
Manipur People's Liberation Front  India[39]
Maoist Communist Centre of India  India[39]
Marxist–Leninist Communist Party  Turkey[68]
Mujahideen Shura Council in the Environs of Jerusalem[note 16]  Canada,[7]  United Arab Emirates,[9]  United States[13]
Muslim Brotherhood Emblem.jpg Muslim Brotherhood  Egypt,[157]  Libya (House of Representatives),[158]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Russia,[20]  Saudi Arabia,[31]  Tajikistan,[32]  United Arab Emirates[9][10][11]
National Action  United Kingdom[12]
National Democratic Front of Bodoland  India[39]
National Liberation Army (Colombia)  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[87]  United States,[13]  Venezuela (National Assembly)[159]
National Liberation Front of Tripura  India[39]
National Liberation Movement of Ahwaz  Iran,[89]  Japan[160]
National Socialist Council of Nagaland  India[39]
Network (Russia)  Russia[20]
Orange Volunteers  European Union,[107]  United Kingdom[12]
Palestine Liberation Front  Canada,[7]  Israel,[41]  United States[13]
Palestinian Islamic Jihad  European Union,[83]  Australia,[14]  Canada,[7]  Israel,[citation needed]  New Zealand,[87]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Palestinian Relief Development Fund – Interpal  Israel[41]
Party of Free Life of Kurdistan  Iran,[148]  Japan,[161]  Turkey,[162]  United States,[163]
Congress of the Peoples of Ichkeria and Dagestan  Russia[20]
People's Liberation Army of Manipur  India[39]
People's Liberation Party-Front of Turkey  United Kingdom[12]
People's Mujahedin of Iran  Iran,[164]  Iraq,[165]  Japan[97]
National Council of Resistance of Iran  Iran
People's Revolutionary Party of Kangleipak  India[39]
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  United States[13]
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Promised Day Brigade  United Arab Emirates[9]
Provisional Irish Republican Army  United Kingdom[12]
Real Irish Republican Army  New Zealand,[87]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Red Brigades  Japan[15]
Red Hand Commando  United Kingdom[12]
Red Hand Defenders  European Union,[107]  United Kingdom[12]
Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia  European Union,[107]  Canada,[7]  New Zealand,[166]  United States[13]  Venezuela (National Assembly)[159]
Revolutionary Nuclei  European Union[107]
Revolutionary Organization 17 November  European Union,[107]  United Kingdom[12]
Revolutionary Party of Kurdistan  Turkey[68]
Revolutionary People's Liberation Party–Front  European Union,[83]  Japan,[97]  New Zealand,[87]  Turkey,[68]  United Kingdom,[12]  United States[13]
Revolutionary Struggle  United States[13]
Russian Imperial Movement  United States[167]
Crimean branch of Right Sector  Russia[20]
Sabireen Movement  Canada,[7]  United States[117]
Saor Éire  United Kingdom[12]
Syrian opposition  Iran,[168]  Russia,[169]  Syria[170]
The Saved Sect  United Kingdom[12]
Tablighi Jamaat  Kazakhstan,[27]  Tajikistan,[32]
Tevhid-Selam (Al-Quds Army)  Turkey[68]
Saraya al-Mukhtar  Bahrain,[6]  Egypt,[171]  Saudi Arabia,[171]  United Arab Emirates[171]
Sect of Revolutionaries  Japan[15]
Shining Path  European Union,[83]  Canada,[7]  Japan[97]  New Zealand,[87]  United States[13]
Shura Council of Benghazi Revolutionaries[172]  Bahrain,[6]  Egypt,[172]  Saudi Arabia,[172]  United Arab Emirates[172]
Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan  Pakistan,[19]  United Kingdom[12]
Sonnenkrieg Division  United Kingdom[12]
South Sudan Liberation Army  Japan[15]
Students Islamic Movement of India  India[39]
Supreme Military Majlis ul-Shura of the United Mujahideen Forces of Caucasus  Russia[20]
Taliban  Canada,[7]  Japan,[15]  Kazakhstan,[27]  Kyrgyzstan[29]  New Zealand,[citation needed]  Russia,[20]  Tajikistan,[32]  United Arab Emirates[9][10][11]
Tehreek-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammadi  Pakistan[19]  United Kingdom[12]
Tamil Nadu Liberation Army  India[39]
Tamil National Retrieval Troops  India[39]
Tanzim  Israel[41]
Third Republic of Vietnam  Vietnam[173]
Ulster Defence Association  European Union,[107]  United Kingdom[12]
Ulster Volunteer Force  United Kingdom[12]
Unification movement  Kyrgyzstan[29]
United Liberation Front of Assam  India[39]
United National Liberation Front  India[39]




United States Armed Forces, CENTCOM and DoD  Iran[174]
Vanguards of Conquest[note 17]  Canada[7]
Việt Tân  Vietnam[175]
White Flags  Iraq[63]
White Helmets  Iran,  Russia,  Syria[176][177]
World Tamil Movement  Canada[7]
World Uygur Youth Congress  China[78]
Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade  United States[178]

Organizations officially designated as terrorist in the past[edit]

Below is the list of organizations that have officially been designated as terrorist in the past, by the respective parties, but have since been delisted.

Organization Designators
Abu Nidal Organization  United States[13]
African National Congress  South Africa (16 December 1961 – 11 February 1990[179]),  United States (August 1988[180] – 2008[181][182])
United States branch of al-Haramain Foundation  New Zealand (-2014)[166]
Armed Islamic Group of Algeria  United States (8 October 1997 – 15 October 2010[13])
Aum Shinrikyo  European Union (? – 18 July 2011[83][183])
United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia  European Union (? – 18 July 2011[83][183]),  United States (2001–2014[13])
Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine  United States (10 August 1997 – 10 August 1999[13])
Front de libération du Québec  Canada (1 April 1963 – 1971)
Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council  India (16 November 2000[184] – 2011[39][185])
Kach and Kahane Chai  European Union (? – 12 July 2010[186][187])
Japanese Red Army  United States (8 October 1997 – 8 October 2001[13])
Khmer Rouge  United States (8 October 1997 – 8 October 1999[13])
Libyan Islamic Fighting Group  United Kingdom (? - November 2019[188]),  United States[13]
Manuel Rodríguez Patriotic Front  United States (8 October 1997 – 8 October 1999[13])
Moroccan Islamic Combatant Group  United States[13]
People's Mujahedin of Iran  Canada (24 May 2005[189] – 20 December 2012[190]),  European Union (May 2002 – 26 January 2009[191]),  United Kingdom (28 March 2001 – 24 June 2008[191]),  United States (8 July 1997 – 28 September 2012[13])
National Council of Resistance of Iran  United States (15 August 2003[192] – 28 September 2012)
Palestine Liberation Front  United Kingdom (? – 12 July 2010[186][187])
Palestine Liberation Organization  United Kingdom (1988[193] – 1991[194])
Revolutionary Nuclei  United States (10 August 1997 – 18 May 2009[13])
Revolutionary Organization 17 November  United States[13]
Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement  United States (10 August 1997 – 8 October 2001[13])
Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia  European Union (2001 – 13 November 2017[195])
Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist)  United States (? – 6 September 2012[196])
Oromo Liberation Front  Ethiopia (? – 2018[197])
Ogaden National Liberation Front  Ethiopia (? – 2018[197])
Ginbot 7  Ethiopia (? – 2018[197])

Process of designation[edit]

Among the countries that publish a list of designated terrorist organizations, some have a clear established procedure for listing and delisting, and some are opaque. The Berghof Foundation argues that opaque delisting conditions reduce the incentive for the organization to abandon terrorism, while fuelling radicalism.[198]

Australia[edit]

Since 2002, the Australian Government maintains a list of terrorist organizations under the Security Legislation Amendment (Terrorism) Act 2002.[14] Listing, de-listing and re-listing follows a protocol[14] that mainly involves the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation and the Attorney-General's Department.[199]

Bahrain[edit]

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs maintains a public list of designated terrorist individuals and entities.[6]

Canada[edit]

Since 18 December 2001, section 83.05 of the Canadian Criminal Code allows the Governor in Council to maintain a list of entities that are engaged in terrorism, facilitating it, or acting on behalf of such an entity.[200]

Entities are reviewed by the Minister and the Chief Justice of the Federal Court, and finally published in the Canada Gazette.[200] The list is also published on the website of Public Safety Canada.[7]

European Union[edit]

The European Union has two lists of designated terrorist organisations that provide for different sanctions for the two groups.[201] The first list is copied from the United Nations, and the second is an autonomous list.[202] As of 13 January 2020, there are 21 organizations in the autonomous list.[203]

India[edit]

Under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, the Ministry of Home Affairs maintains a list of banned organizations.[39]

Kazakhstan[edit]

The Government of Kazakhstan publishes a list of terrorist organizations banned by courts.[27]

Kyrgyzstan[edit]

Kyrgyzstan maintains a consolidated list of "destructive, extremist and terrorist" organizations officially banned by courts. As of 26 December 2018, the list includes 20 organizations and 12 of them are designated as terrorist organizations.[29][204]

Malaysia[edit]

The Ministry of Home Affairs of Malaysia maintains a sanction list of individuals and organizations involved in terrorist activity. The list is regulated by the Anti-Money Laundering, Anti-Terrorism Financing and Proceeds From Illegal Activities Act 2001 and is complementary to the United Nations Security Council sanction lists.[205][206][16]

Myanmar[edit]

In Myanmar (formerly Burma), the Anti-Terrorism Central Committee is responsible for designating terrorist organisations in accordance with the country's counter-terrorism law. Designations must be approved by the union government before being official.[207] There are only two groups on Myanmar's terror list: the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army and Arakan Army, declared on 25 August 2017[94] and January 2019[208][209] respectively in accordance with the counter-terrorism law.

New Zealand[edit]

The New Zealand Police are responsible for coordinating any requests to the Prime Minister for designation as a terrorist entity. The designation of terrorist organizations is also guided by the Terrorism Suppression Act 2002. New Zealand also abides by several United Nations resolutions dealing with counter-terrorism including UN Resolutions 1267, 1989, 2253, 1988, and 1373.[210][8][87]

Pakistan[edit]

Government of Pakistan under section 11-B of Anti Terrorism Act can declare an organization believed to be concerned with terrorism as a Proscribed Organization or put it under surveillance. Ministry of Interior issues the formal notification of proscription of an organization. National Counter Terrorism Authority is primarily concerned with monitoring for any signs of re-emergence through intelligence coordination, once an organization is proscribed.[citation needed]

People's Republic of China[edit]

The Ministry of Public Security maintains a list of terrorist organizations on its website mps.gov.cn. This list has been translated to English by the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the US.[211]

Philippines[edit]

The first group to be officially listed as a terrorist organization under the Human Security Act of 2007 is the Abu Sayyaf on 10 September 2015 by the Basilan provincial court.[17] The Department of Foreign Affairs publishes a list of designated terrorist organizations under the Human Security Act or the Terrorism Financing Prevention and Suppression Act of 2012.[102]

Russia[edit]

A single federal list of organizations recognized as terrorist is used by the Supreme Court of the Russian Federation. The National Anti-Terrorism Committee maintains a list of terrorist organizations on its website nac.gov.ru, named "Federal United list of Terrorist Organizations".[212]

Serbia[edit]

Serbian authorities and their Yugoslav predecessors regard the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) as a terrorist group.[143][144]

Tajikistan[edit]

The National Bank of Tajikistan publishes national lists of individuals and organizations declared terrorist or extremists by the Supreme Court.[32]

In 2015, the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan was banned in Tajikistan as a terrorist organization.[213]

Ukraine[edit]

In Ukraine, the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics are designated as terrorist organizations. Ukrainian authorities claim that the two organizations are made up of a rigid hierarchy, financing channels and supply of weapons with the purpose of deliberately propagating violence, seizing hostages, carrying out subversive activity, assassinations, and the intimidation of citizens.[104][105]

United Arab Emirates[edit]

The Cabinet of the United Arab Emirates periodically issues resolutions to include individuals and organizations on its terrorist list. As of 4 March 2020, issued resolutions are 2014/41,[214] 2017/18,[215] 2017/28,[216] 2017/45,[217] 2018/24[218] and 2018/50.[219]

United Nations[edit]

The United Nations does not have a list of all terrorist organizations. Instead, it has several lists focusing on international sanctions in particular contexts.[220] The United Nations Security Council Resolution 1267 established lists focused Al-Qaeda, the Taliban and their associates. The listing process was later extended to include the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.[3][4]

United Kingdom[edit]

The United Kingdom Home Office maintains a list of proscribed terrorist groups.[12]

United States[edit]

The United States Department of State maintains a list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations.[13]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ United States designation of Al-Mourabitoun was done as an alias of Al-Mulathameen.[21]
  2. ^ Al-Nusra Front is considered an alias of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham by Canada,[7] New Zealand[8] and the United States.[23] It is considered an alias of Al-Qaeda by the United Kingdom.[12] Australia acknowledges that Al-Nusra Front is part of the umbrella group Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, but it does not list Hayat Tahrir al-Sham as a terrorist organization.[24]
  3. ^ United States lists Ansar al-Sharia in Lybia as two separate organizations: Ansar al-Shari’a in Benghazi and Ansar al-Shari’a in Darnah.[47]
  4. ^ Boko Haram and Islamic State's West Africa Province are listed as two separate entities by the United Nations[4] and the United States.[13]
  5. ^ Egyptian Islamic Jihad is considered an alias of Al-Qaeda by Canada.[7]
  6. ^ Harkat ul-Ansar is considered an alias of Harkat-ul-Mujahideen by the United Nations.[4]
  7. ^ The United Kingdom considers Hayat Tahrir al-Sham as an alias of Al-Qaeda.[12]
  8. ^ Jama'at Nasr al-Islam wal Muslimin is considered an alias of Al-Mourabitoun by Canada.[7]
  9. ^ Turkistan Islamic Party is considered an alias of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan by Canada.[7] Bahrain[6] and Malaysia[16] list it under its former name, East Turkestan Islamic Movement.
  10. ^ Ansar Bait al-Maqdis is considered an alias of Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant – Sinai Province by Australia,[14] Canada,[7] New Zealand[87] and the United States.[13]
  11. ^ Australia lists Ansar Khalifa Philippines under the Islamic State East Asia entry.[92]
  12. ^ Australia lists Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters under the Islamic State East Asia entry.[92]
  13. ^ Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades are subsumed into Hamas by Canada[7] and the United States.[113]
  14. ^ a b Canada,[7] Malaysia[16] and the United States[13] list Hezbollah as a whole.
  15. ^ Kazakhstan[27] and Kyrgyzstan[29] list the Kurdistan Workers' Party as the Kurdistan People's Congress.
  16. ^ Mujahideen Shura Council is considered an alias of Islamic State by Canada.[7]
  17. ^ Vanguards of Conquest is considered an alias of Al-Qaeda by Canada.[7]

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