Name of Organization   Jaish al-Adl (Army of Justice)

 

Formation  

Established-2012

The organization is an ethnic Baloch Sunni group[1] established in 2012[2]. It is an incarnation of a Sunni extremist group, Jundullah (God’s Soldiers), that has been involved in suicide bombings and raids in Sistan-Balochistan province of Iran since 2003 [3]. Jaish al-Adl carries out attacks against the Shia Iranian state that discriminates against the the Sunni Muslim population in Sistan-Balochistan [4].
 

 

Leadership   Two of the most important leaders of Jaish ul-Adl are:

• Salahuddin Farooqui
• Mullah Omar


The Sunni group Jundullah, after the execution of their leader Abdolmalek Rigi, is renamed as Jaish ul-Adl under the command of Salahuddin Farooqui [5].

Mullah Omar is brother of Maula Bux Darakhshan, founder of Sipah-e-Rasoolallah (Army of the Prophet of Allah”) [6]. He is one of the key commanders of Jaish ul-Adl and runs the group’s camp in Balochistan, Pakistan [7].
 

Other leader:
• Abdul Salam Rigi

Abdul Salam Rigi is a cousin of Jundullah chief Abdolmalek Rigi [8] and a leader of “ethnic Baloch Sunni group Jaish al-Adl (Army of Justice)”[9].
 

School of Thought  

Sunni [10]

The Army of Justice is a relatively new Sunni jihadi group that has carried out terrorist attacks before in the Sistan-Balochistan province of Iran [11].

 

Structure of the Organization  

Unknown.

 

Financial Resources  

Unknown
 

Status  

Jaish al-Adl is not enlisted in the proscribed organizations of Pakistan. The designated terrorist group Jundullah lead by Abdolmalek Rigi is renamed as Jaish al-Adl [12].

 

Recruitment tools & demographics  

No significant information is available regarding the recruitment tools of the organization.
 

Ideology  

The organization opposes active support of the Shia Iranian government to the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad [13].
 

Areas of Operation   The militant group is based in Balochistan, Pakistan and carries out cross border operations between the border of Pakistan and Iran [14].
 
Linkages   It is believed that Jaish al-Adl is an offshoot of Jundullah, a designated terrorist organization [15], as both the groups are pursuing similar goals [16]. It is also believed that this organizations aim to destroy the national security of Iran in relationship with Al-Qaeda and United States [17].
 
Tools  


 

   

Audio / Video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2Y7XJsVtWc

 


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojusUW6238Y&feature=youtu.be

 


https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=918384074850564

 

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=909041842451454

http://tune.pk/video/2505363/balochistan-army-of-justice-jaish-ul-adl-attack-against-irgc

Blog:


http://jaishuladl.blogspot.com/

Twitter:

https://twitter.com/jaishaladl_

 


https://twitter.com/armyojustice

Google + :


https://plus.google.com/u/1/114282909884070533165/posts?hl=en


 
 

web site   Not Available
 
Name Variations  
 
   

References:

[1] Shehzad Baloch, (March 1, 2015). Jailed abroad: Jundullah commander arrested in Quetta. The Express Tribune. Accessed online from: http://tribune.com.pk/story/845999/jailed-abroad-jundullah-commander-arrested-in-quetta/

[2] Jaish al-Adl (Army of Justice). Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium. Accessed online from: http://www.trackingterrorism.org/group/jaish-al-adl-army-justice

[3] Obscure Sunni Faction in the Spotlight After Iran, Pakistan Spat. Accessed online from: http://gandhara.rferl.org/content/sunni-faction-iran-pakistan-spat/25271962.html

[4] Iran Sunni Group Jaish al-Adl claims border attack. (October 27, 2013). Accessed online from: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-24690883

[5] Sajid Hussain, (December 11, 2013). The Other Jihad. The News. Accessed online from: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-9-219446-The-other-jihad

[6] Zia ur-Rehman, (May 2014). The Baluch insurgency: linking Iran to Pakistan. Norwegian Peace building resource centre. Accessed online from: http://www.peacebuilding.no/var/ezflow_site/storage/original/application/31c68a20991b5a98b0dece4fd929c9c8.pdf

[7] Sajid Hussain, (December 11, 2013). The Other Jihad. The News. Accessed online from: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-9-219446-The-other-jihad

[8] Shehzad Baoch, (March 9, 2015). A tale of two Rigis: Iran seeks extradition of Jaish al-Nasrchief. The Express Tribune. Accessed online from:  http://tribune.com.pk/story/850172/a-tale-of-two-rigis-iran-seeks-extradition-of-jaish-al-nasr-chief/

[9] Shehzad Baloch, (March 1, 2015). Jailed abroad: Jundullah commander arrested in Quetta. The Express Tribune. Accessed online from: http://tribune.com.pk/story/845999/jailed-abroad-jundullah-commander-arrested-in-quetta/

[10] Sunnis accept the first four Caliphs as the rightly guided rulers who followed the Prophet (PBUH). Sunnis believe that the leader of the Muslim Community should be selected on the basis of consensus and on a leader’s individual merits.

[11] Arash Karami, (October 27, 2013). Sunni Group Takes Credit for Attack That Killed 14 Iranians. Iran Pulse. Accessed online from:  http://iranpulse.al-monitor.com/index.php/2013/10/3123/sunni-group-takes-credit-for-attack-that-killed-14-iranians/

[12] Sajid Hussain, (December 11, 2013). The Other Jihad. The News. Accessed online from: http://www.thenews.com.pk/Todays-News-9-219446-The-other-jihad  

[13] Jaish al-Adl (Army of Justice). Terrorism Research and Analysis Consortium. Accessed online from: http://www.trackingterrorism.org/group/jaish-al-adl-army-justice

[14] Ibid

[15] List of Terrorist Organizations Labeled. Accessed online from: http://s1-manajemen.villa-batu-malang.web.id/id1/pelajaran-indonesia-505/organisasi-teroris_147113_s1-manajemen-villa-batu-malang.html

[16]Zia ur-Rehman, (May 2014). The Baluch insurgency: linking Iran to Pakistan. Norwegian Peace building resource centre. Accessed online from: http://www.peacebuilding.no/var/ezflow_site/storage/original/application/31c68a20991b5a98b0dece4fd929c9c8.pdf

[17] Nurul/Folda, (April 2, 2014). Iran Build 120 patrol post Border With Pakistan. Voice of Indonesia. Accessed online from: http://id.voi.co.id/voi-komentar/5993-iran-bangun-120-pos-penjagaan-di-perbatasan-dengan-pakistan