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Malaysia arrests 3 Filipinos in anti-terror raid - Inquirer.net

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Malaysian police said Saturday they have detained four locals and four foreigners suspected of militant activities, the latest arrest of alleged Islamic extremists in the Muslim-majority country. The group, who include three ...and more »

Eight suspected militants arrested in anti-terror raid in three Malaysia states - TODAYonline

Counter-terrorism operatives mounted its second round of raids last night to smoke out possible foreign terrorist fighters (FTF) who could be hiding inthe country. NSTP file photo. Published07 October, 2017. Updated 07 October, 2017 ? Shares. KUALA ...and more »

Budget 2018: Police submits proposals to enhance crime fighting capabilities - Malay Mail Online

Malaysian police leave a security briefing at the 27th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) summit in Kuala Lumpur, November 18, 2015. The police department has sent several proposals to the government for consideration in Budget 2018 ...and more »

8 nabbed for terrorism links, attacks on places of worship thwarted - Free Malaysia Today

IGP Fuzi Harun says one of the Malaysians was allegedly recruiting people in prison to launch attacks on places of worship in the country. Fuzi-Harun-+-terrorist PETALING JAYA: Malaysian police have arrested eight individuals, including three Filipinos ...and more »

8 arrested over suspected terror links in Malaysia - Dhaka Tribune

Malaysia has arrested four foreigners and four Malaysians for suspected involvement in terrorist activities linked to Abu Sayyaf, the Islamic State and Jemaah Islamiah, the police said on Saturday. Among the foreigners arrested were three Filipinos ...and more »

Malaysia's prisons under threat of radicalisation - The Straits Times

Malaysia is facing a militant radicalisation threat in its prisons following the arrest of a 53-year-old former detainee, whom the police found had been actively recruiting inmates while he was serving time. National police chief, Tan Sri Mohamad Fuzi ...and more »

Report: Terror groups now recruiting from prisons - Malay Mail Online

IGP Tan Sri Fuzi Harun was reported as saying that prison wardens and inmates were being targeted for recruitment by terror groups. ― Bernama picKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 8 ― Malaysian prison wardens and inmates are being targeted for recruitment by terror ...and more »

Foreign lecturer among eight nabbed in anti-terror swoops - The Star Online

KUALA LUMPUR: A foreign lecturer working here and a former Internal Security Act detainee planning attacks on houses of worship were among eight suspected militants detained following anti-terror swoops in three states. Five of them are Abu Sayyaf ...and more »

Prisoners radicalised by detainee with militant links identified - Free Malaysia Today

IGP Fuzi Harun says the recruitment among prisoners has been going on for some time. Mohamad-Fuzi-Harun-militant-isis-malaysia-1 PETALING JAYA: Police have identified and taken action on a number of inmates in Tapah Prison who have allegedly been ...and more »

Malaysian police arrest 8 suspected militants, including foreigners - Channel NewsAsia

KUALA LUMPUR: Eight suspected militants, including those with alleged links to Abu Sayyaf and Islamic State, have been arrested in anti-terror raids, Malaysian police revealed on Saturday (Oct 7). The arrests were made in the states of Sabah, Selangor ...and more »