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Hambali, Asia#8217;s most wanted terror suspect with links to Osama bin Laden#8217;s al-Qaeda movement, had at least RM2mil cash in hand to run his campaign of terror while he was operating in the region, according to intelligence reports.
It was a case of biting the hand that feeds #8211; a senior government official allegedly approving a tender contract for Hambali, the leading terror suspect in South-East Asia.
Hambali, the operations director for Osama bin Laden#8217;s al-Qaeda terrorist movement, is on the run, but for over 10 years he was in Malaysia planning and recruiting like-minded radicals for his campaign of terror to hit Western targets in South-East Asia. Malaysian police have collected new information on Hambali and his involvement in Jemaah Islamiah in their continuing war against terrorism, write WONG CHUN WAI and LOURDES CHARLES.
Kumpulan Militan Malaysia (KMM) leader Nik Adli Nik Aziz, the son of the Kelantan Mentri Besar and PAS spiritual leader, have been implicated in a meeting with clandestine groups in the region, which took place near the International Islamic University in Petaling Jaya.
There is a close link between the Jemaah Islamiah and the Kumpulan Militan Malaysia. They share the aspiration of setting up an Islamic state in Malaysia through violence and by overthrowing a democratically-elected government. One person, who was able to forge that link, was Hambali, the operations director of Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda movement, write WONG CHUN WAI and LOURDES CHARLES in the concluding part of a two-series article.
Heryati Abdul Rahim, the second wife of former deputy prime minister Tun Ghafar Baba, who admitted to committing I>khalwat /I>with three Bosnian students in the Syariah High Court here recently, is determined to clear her name.
b>By Wong Chun Wai/b>
B>K/B>angar has never been known as an attraction for entertainment. In fact, the only cinema in town has shut down. The people of Perlis probably visit nearby Hatyai town, located just across the Thai border, if they want to patronise entertainment outlets.
From ONE WAY of Kuala Lumpur(I>via e-mail/I>).
IT'S sheer hypocrisy but no one is surprised. According to news reports, PAS politicians enrol their children in government-owned schools but tell their supporters to send their children to privately-run Sekolah Agama Rakyat (SAR). On The Beat with Wong Chun Wai.