Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020

Malaysian police is hunting down three people related to ISIS, including 1 Indonesian


IllustrationIllustration - Malaysian police announced that it is now hunting three people including an Indonesian citizen related to terror cells which connected to Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) who planned the attacks during Ramadan. The hunted Indonesian is named Fatir Tir.

"We are still trying to find three other suspected members (ISIS) who are believed to be part of a plan to attack non-Muslim places of worship" said Malaysian Police Inspector General Abdul Hamid Bador, as reported by Malay Mail and Bernama news agency on Monday, May 13th 2019.

The three people being hunted down by the police consisted of two Malaysians and one Indonesian citizen. The identities of the three are further revealed by Abdul Hamid, as Syazani Mahzan (27) and Muhammad Nuurul Amin Azizan (27) who are Malaysians, and Fatir Tir who is an Indonesian citizen.

Syazani and Muhammad Nuurul are said to be from Bedong, Kedah, and Fatir Tir, who worked as a construction worker in Malaysia, is said to live in Banting, Selangor. The three are being searched by police to solve the case which involving four suspects, including a 49-year-old Indonesian citizen, who was arrested during raids in Kuala Lumpur and Terengganu on May 5-7.

The four suspects are suspected of planning terror attacks and killings during Ramadan. The four are called cell members of the 'wolf pack' and allied with ISIS.

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