Russia’s Justice Ministry on Thursday added the Jehovah’s Witnesses to a registry of banned organizations after the group was labeled extremist by the country’s Supreme Court.

Any activities by the Jehovah’s Witnesses Administrative Center in Russia as well as 395 local branches are now banned, in a move that puts the Jehovah’s Witnesses on a par with groups like Islamic State, another organization banned in Russia.

Russian state media reported news of the group’s inclusion on the registry by referring to the Jehovah’s Witnesses as an “extremist group,” likely to comply with Russian extremism laws.