Threat emerging in far-flung camp

Sheltering an idealogical campaign: The Al-Hol camp, has been described as the ‘most dangerous camp in the world’ with a huge ISIS presence and where radicalistion is believed to be taking place.

KUALA LUMPUR: At the height of the Islamic State’s (ISIS) stranglehold in Iraq and Syria, more than 100 Malaysian fighters joined the so-called holy war, some even with family in tow. Many recorded their fight on social media, too.

But seven years later, following the defeat of the terror group, and with 16 Malaysians repatriated to Malaysia, over 50 fighters and their families remain in refugee camps or have unknown location status.

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