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It was banned on 16 November 2000 and appeared on the list till 2011. EDIT: Updated Wikipedia.
A 2010 FIDH monograph lists the group as one Islamic Jihad (''Mujahedeen Jamaat''), linked to the Muslim Brotherhood movement, which would identify it with the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine, usually referred to as the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) in the West. The Russian Wikipedia offers Harakat al-Jihad al-Islami fi Filastin and Jamaat Mujahideen ...
It appears that the Terrorism Exclusion List ("TEL") is still used. It has actually been updated with some regularity since its creation in 2001, most recently in 2012. The TEL is used to deny individual access at the immigration level. It is often referred to as a black list. The list originally had 39 members, and is currently at 59 members. The State of ...
I'm going to say going from here that it is 1961, as it seems to be when they start engaging in terror practices although I doubt the list goes back that far. Yet from the graph of incidences I see the first one recorded here is on 1976-11-30. I'd need to coordinate these with when the list really started though. So I did some more checking and really the ...
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