Malaysians in IS trained to become snipers and suicide bombers

Suspected suicide bomber Fadzly Ariff Zainal Ariff, 31, also known as Abu Ubaidah, was killed in an attack in Fallujah, Iraq, on Sept 26.

KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians recruited by the Islamic State terror group in Syria are moving up the ladder in terrorism – they’re leaving their janitorial posts to become ­snipers and suicide bombers in Iraq.

Previously cleaners and guards at the camps, Malaysians who fell for the IS’ promise of a false “jihad” are now being trained to become ­snipers and suicide bombers with the specific goal of regaining its grip on Iraq.

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