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Terrorist plot during SEA Games, Merdeka Day foiled, 19 arrested

Newly minted IGP Fuzi Harun says 11 foreigners were among those arrested in Malaysia with active links to the Islamic State terrorist network in a two-month operation.

Report: More attacks likely in Southeast Asia after Marawi

Indonesia and Malaysia will face new threats in the form of returning fighters from Mindanao, says think tank.

Khalid: Pengganas Malaysia Mahmud Ahmad mungkin lari dari Marawi

Khalid Abu Bakar berkata, Mahmud Ahmad mungkin melarikan diri dari bandar itu dengan pemimpin Abu Sayyaf, Isnilon Hapilon selepas serangan tentera Filipina.

Malaysian terrorist Mahmud may have fled Marawi, says IGP

Khalid Abu Bakar says he may have escaped from the city with Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon after an onslaught by the Philippine army.

IGP: Terrorist Mahmud still alive and fighting in Marawi

Khalid denies earlier media reports that Malaysia's most wanted terrorist was killed in Marawi.

KPN nafi perancang pengganas warga Malaysia terbunuh di Marawi

Polis percaya Mahmud Ahmad itu masih berada di bandar Marawi.

Militan Malaysia paling dikehendaki dipercayai terbunuh di Filipina

Laporan dari Manila berkata bekas pensyarah Mahmud Ahmad terbunuh dalam pertempuran antara pengganas IS dan pihak berkuasa Filipina di Marawi.

Malaysia’s most wanted militant believed killed in Philippines

Reports from Manila say ex-Universiti Malaya lecturer Mahmud Ahmad died in fighting between Islamic State-allied terrorists and Philippine security forces in Marawi.

Becoming Mahmud, Malaysian terrorist leader

Youths join terrorist groups in the hope of destroying existing structures and creating their version of an ideal society, with some hoping it will bring about the approval they crave.

What drives people to join terrorist groups?

Young people looking for hope and support, which is lacking in Malaysia, are more inclined to participate in terrorist groups although there is a sudden drop in the number of educated people joining IS, says expert.

As foreigners fight in the Philippines, a new hub for IS

The source said they included Indonesians, Malaysians, at least one Pakistani, a Saudi, a Chechen, a Yemeni, an Indian, a Moroccan and one man with a Turkish passport.

Former UM lecturer may lead IS in Southeast Asia

Mahmud Ahmad is said to be one of two representatives trusted by IS caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in this region.

4 linked to Islamic State cell in Sabah nabbed

IS plans to use Sabah as transit for militants to enter Philippines, says IGP Khalid Abu Bakar on arrest of 3 Bangladeshis, 1 Filipino.

‘200 in Malay-speaking IS terror group’

Report tells of fighters chosen specially for sniper work and suicide bombings.