Malaysian militant believed killed


Strong allegiance: Joraimee when he joined the Abu Sayyaf terror group in Southern Philippines. (Inset) Joraimee before leaving Malaysia for the Philippines.

EXCLUSIVE: PETALING JAYA: Militant Muham­mad Joraimee Awang Raimee, who is believed to have been killed by Filipino security forces on Thursday, was a former Selayang Municipal Council officer employed on contract.

He became the most trusted lieutenant of Universiti Malaya professor-turned-militant Dr Mahmud Ahmad while hiding in the jungle with the Abu Sayyaf terror group in Basilan, southern Philippines.

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