Malaysia remains transit hub for terrorists due to visa-free travel, says Bukit Aman


KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia remains a transit point for terrorists as those coming from most Middle-Eastern countries and some African nations do not require a visa, says Deputy Comm Datuk Ayob Khan.

The Bukit Aman Special Branch Counter-Terrorism Division (E8) head said entering the country without a visa has made Malaysia the first choice of foreign terrorist fighters.

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Terrorism , Ayob Khan , Crime , Islamic State , IS , Bukit Aman , E8 , LTTE , al-Qaeda

   

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