- UN resolution 1267 imposed sanctions on the JuD, requiring that activists be disarmed. At the JuD HQ, though, gun-toting men move about.
- The JuD took out a public rally in December, protesting against the UN ban. A police convoy accompanied it.
- The outfit’s websites have been closed. But Urdu publication Ghazva continues to be printed, spitting venom against India, Israel, the US.
- JuD spokesman Abdullah Muntazir’s statement of Jan 6 threatened the government with dire consequences. The FBI says Muntazir impersonates as the Srinagar-based LeT spokesman.