MEMBERS

Member Countries of the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition
Forty-one countries form the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition, led by Saudi Arabia, due to their unique status and Islamic legitimacy developed globally. The IMCTC is the first unified Islamic front to combat extremism and terrorism around the world.
The alliance consists of the following countries:
 
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
 
Kingdom of Bahrain
 
People's Republic of Bangladesh
 
Republic of Benin
 
Brunei Darussalam
 
Burkina Faso
 
Republic of Tchad
 
Union of the Comoros
 
Republic of Côte d'Ivoire
 
Republic of Djibouti
 
Arab Republic of Egypt
 
Republic of Gabon
 
Republic of The Gambia
 
Republic of Guinea
 
Republic of Guinea-Bissau
 
Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
 
State of Kuwait
 
Republic of Lebanon
 
State of Libya
 
Malaysia
 
Republic of Maldives
 
Republic of Mali
 
Islamic Republic of Mauritania
 
Kingdom of Morocco
 
Republic of Niger
 
Federal Republic of Nigeria
 
Sultanate of Oman
 
Islamic Republic of Pakistan
 
State of Palestine
 
State of Qatar
 
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
 
Republic of Senegal
 
Republic of Sierra Leone
 
Republic of Somalia
 
Republic of Sudan
 
Republic of Togo
 
Republic of Tunisia
 
Republic of Turkey
 
Republic of Uganda
 
United Arab Emirates
 
Republic of Yemen
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