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Muamar Gadaffi being led by police personnel to the magistrate's court in Kuala Kangsar on Friday.
KUALA KANGSAR: A plantation owner was charged in a magistrate's court here on Friday with providing militant training.
Muamar Gadaffi Mohamad Shafawi, 30, had allegedly conducted the training for the purpose of extending ideology that will pose as a threat to Syria.
He allegedly provided militant training at Bukit Ara Para in Kampung Ketior Dalam here between 2pm and 4pm from Dec 25 to 27 last year.
He was charged under Section 130F(c) of the Penal Code which carries a maximum 30 years imprisonment and fine.
No plea was recorded.
Magistrate Nooroudura Mohamed Din fixed July 18 for mention pending transfer of the case to the Kuala Lumpur High Court.
Later at the Sessions Court here, rubber tapper Mohamad Amin Abdul Rahman, 29, pleaded guilty to illegal possession of a homemade 0.22 gun at No 54, Kampung Kelebor here between 1.45pm and 2.15pm on June 18.
He further pleaded guilty to illegally possessing 41 live 0.22 bullets and seven live 12 Gauge bullets at the same time and place.
Mohamad Amin was also charged with illegally possessing a homemade shortgun and 23 live Gauge bullets between 11.30am and noon on June 25, to which he also pleaded guilty.
In the same court, another plantation worker Abdul Rahman Ramli, 46, admitted to possessing 293 live 0.22 bullets behind Lot 1547, No 46, Kampung Sementa, Kuala Kenas here between 6pm and 6.30pm on June 25 and one live SME 9mm bullet between 8pm and 9pm the same day.
Sessions Judge Johari Hassan fixed July 25 for mention in both cases.
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