DUSHANBE (Reuters) - A Tajik court has jailed 53 people for terrorism, most of them members of a group closely allied with al Qaeda, and all of them involved in a suicide car bomb attack in September 2010, it said on Monday. "Forty-three of those on trial had been identified as members of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan," the court said, referring to a group that wants to create an Islamic caliphate in the region and has fought alongside the Taliban in Afghanistan. It was the largest group of people sentenced by a Tajik court after a single trial since the Central Asian state's independence from the Soviet Union 20 years ago.