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Siti Noor Aishah’s Conviction Stays But Gets Lesser Jail Term

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PUTRAJAYA – Former public university Master’s student Siti Noor Aishah Atam will spend a shorter time in jail for allegedly possessing 12 books related to terrorism. This follows a decision by the Court of Appeal three-man panel today, comprising Datuk Ahmadi Asnawi, Datuk Kamardin Hashim and Datuk Abdul Karim Abdul Jalil, to reduce her jail…

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Mechanic Pleads Not Guilty To Supporting Terrorist Act

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KUALA LUMPUR – A mechanic pleaded not guilty in the High Court here today to two counts of giving support to a terrorist group and act involving the use of explosives last year. Nur Redzwan Wan Redzmann (rpt: Redzmann), 30, made the plea after the charges were read out before Judge Datuk Azman Abdullah. The charges were…

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Band Of Youths Terrorising Residents

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SITIAWAN – Hooligans, who have sprayed a school wall here with the Gang 04 symbol, are giving some residents sleepless nights with their antics. “These boys know they can’t do anything during school hours. So they are up to no good after 2pm right till past midnight,” said a staff member of SJK (T) Ladang…

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Man Charged With Providing Financial Sercive To Terrorist

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TAIPING – A man was charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with two counts of providing financial services for the benefit of a terrorist group. Ahmad Junaidi Omar, 29, nodded after the charges were read out before Magistrate Sharifah Izura Syed Mashor. However, no plea was recorded. He was charged with providing financial service…

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2 Online Traders Charged With Involvement In Terrorist Activities

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SUNGAI PETANI – Two online traders were charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with providing services for terrorist purposes Three charges were made against Muhammad Hassan Syauqi Omar, 23, and one charge against Mohd Shaiful Mohd Jaafar, 31. They were charged before Magistrate Adibah Husna Zainal Abidin. On the first count, Muhammad Hassan was…

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Govt Will Not Bring Back Body Of Killed Terrorist

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BAGAN DATUK – The government will not make arrangements to bring back the body or bodies of Malaysians who are killed in conflicts or combat after joining terrorist groups. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid said families are free to make their own arrangements. “This is because such individuals who are killed while…

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US Blacklists Kuwait-Based Terrorist Financier

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WASHINGTON – The US Treasury Department on Tuesday imposed sanctions on a Kuwait-based financier for providing support and services for terrorist groups, China’s Xinhua news agency reported. In a statement, the Treasury Department accused Muhammad Hadi al-Anizi of providing extensive material and financial support to al-Qaeda since at least 2007 and al-Nusrah Front since at…

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Police Nab Two Suspects Allegedly Involved In Last Month’s Bandung Terrorist Attack

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The National Police’s counterterrorism unit Densus 88 has arrested two men for their alleged involvement in a terrorist attack in Bandung, West Java, last month, a spokesman said on Monday (13/03). A low-explosive device was detonated near Pandawa Park in Cicendo, Bandung, on Feb. 27. No casualties were reported in the attack but police shot…

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Terrorist Armed Attack In Central Istanbul, Turkey

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PUTRAJAYA – Malaysia strongly condemns the terrorist attack that took place at Reina nightclub in Istanbul on 1 January 2017. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs understands that from the initial reports, the attack left 39 people dead and 69 injured. Malaysia expresses deepest condolences and sympathies to the families of the victims who lost their…

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Nur Misuari Blames Malaysia For Sipadan Kidnappings

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PETALING JAYA: Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) leader Nur Misuari has blamed Malaysia for the Sipadan kidnappings in 2000. According to a report by the news portal Rappler, Misuari, 77, claimed that Malaysia was behind the kidnap-for-ransom activities in Sulu, singling out the 2000 Sipadan kidnappings that the Philippines had attributed to the Abu Sayyaf…

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Businessmen Charged With Giving Support To Terrorist Group

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KOTA BHARU – Two businessmen were charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today with two counts of giving support to the Daesh militant group. However, no plea was recorded from Tengku Shukri Che Engku Hashim, 30, and Hizmi Razli Abdul Rahim, 32, after the charges were read out to them before Magistrate Nik Habri Muhamad.…

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At Least 6 Killed 1 Injured In Terrorist Attack On Kenyan Border

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MANDERA – At least six people were killed and another one seriously injured early Thursday after suspected al-Shabaab militants attacked a residential plot in Kenya’s Mandera county on the border with Somalia, China’s Xinhua news agency reported. “We have confirmed six people have been killed and 13 others rescued. The militants used a grenade to…

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Air-conditioning Technician Charged With Promoting Terrorism

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KUALA LUMPUR – An air-conditioning technician was charged in the Magistrate’s Court here today to charges of promoting terrorist act and possession of terrorism-related items. However, no plea was recorded after the charges were read out to Ahmad Faris Zulkefli before Magistrate Siti Radziah Kamarudin . Ahmad Faris, 20, is charged with knowingly promoting the…

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Attack On Eve Of National Day Foiled

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KUALA LUMPUR: For months, the three men laid low, going about their daily routine while waiting for the signal to attack to come from Syria. When at last the instruction came from notorious Islamic State (IS) militant Mohamad Wanndy Moha­mad Jedi at the end of July, the men quickly started gathering arms and putting together…

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M’sia’s Tourism Sector Not Affected By Terrorist Threats

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IPOH – The fear of terrorism which is sweeping across the world is not affecting the tourism sector in the country, says Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz. He said inspite of that fear, Malaysia continued to be popular among international tourists. “If we look at terror threats, not a single…

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