Abu Sayyaf militants caught in KL


Armed and dangerous: Abu Asrie (left) in an undated picture taken on the Basilan Island in southern Philippines. The others in the photo are believed to be gunmen in the Philippines.

Police arrested the southern Philippine-based militants including one of the Abu Sayaff leaders, Hajar Abdul Mubin, in an operation in Cheras on the eve of National Day on Aug 30.

Hajar, also known as Abu Asrie, was arrested with another Filipino, Abraham Embung, 29, and six Malaysians of Filipino descent from Sabah.

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