Cops bust terror cult


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  • Sunday, 07 Oct 2018

Arrest in Muar: Counter Terrorism officers leading away the 32-year-old Malaysian suspect.

KUALA LUMPUR: Eight men suspected of terrorist links with groups in Yemen had been planning to spread Salafi Jihadi extremist teachings in the region by making Malaysia its central hub.

Under the guise of an Islamic Learning Centre in Perlis, the cult aims to recruit new members and promote their teachings, which permit the killing of non-Muslims and even Muslims who do not follow their ways.

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