Top leaders on IS kidnap list


KUALA LUMPUR: The Islamic State planned to kidnap top Malaysian leaders on its “hit list” to demand the release of militants detained here.

According to Malaysian intelligence, two soldiers of an IS cell who were arrested and charged earlier this year drew up an elaborate plan to lead the kidnapped leaders to a secluded spot in the Klang Valley.

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