Malaysia cops capture 9 suspected IS activists

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Kuala Lumpur, Aug 13: In a four-state swoop, Malaysian police have kept nine suspected Islamic State (IS) aggressors, incorporating two purportedly required in a shooting at a dance club here as of late.

The Counter Terrorism Division captured the suspects in Kuala Lumpur, Johor, Sabah and Kelantan between July 20 and August 9.

Controller General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said in a public statement that three of the suspects captured matured somewhere around 17 and 56 were nonnatives.

He said the three were utilizing Malaysia as a travel point while they got produced fly out records to dispatch an assault on a nation in the Middle East.

Khalid said the 17-year-old suspect kept in Sabah had gotten orders from an IS aggressor in Syria to dispatch a solitary wolf assault by executing non-Muslims in Sandakan.

Khalid distinguished the two night club shelling suspects as Jasanizam Rosni and Md Saifuddin Muj who were caught in an uneven region in Kuala Krai, in Kelantan state on Tuesday.

“They were additionally sitting tight for further requests to dispatch an assault on a stimulation outlet in Johor Baru,” said Khalid.

He included that a M67 projectile was seized, saying that the two had wanted to utilize it in the assault.

Two different suspects confined in Batu Pahat and Kuala Krai were kept for harboring the twosome, said Khalid.

On the last suspect captured, Khalid said the 26-year-old man caught in Johor was included in an arrangement to assault the police base camp government edifices in Putrajaya.