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Friday, June 24, 2016

ISIS terrorist from Negeri Sembilan in gruesome beheading video warks Bukit Aman on attacks

In this Ramadan, the so-called Islamic State is still busy declaring their war through propaganda videos, the latest being one from its Southeast Asia counterpart, Khatibah Nusantara division, on Tuesday.

Another beheading video showing three captives deemed as “spies of the crusader alliance” has emerged as a group of three Southeast Asian ISIS fighters from Philippines, Indonesia and Malaysia, called for jihad against non-believers, taking turns to urge ISIS supporters in their home countries to stage attacks.

The over 20-minute video featured the Malaysian fighter who called himself Abu Aun al-Malysi, which was identified as Mohd Rafi Udin from Negeri Sembilan.

Rafi urged Malaysians to swear allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghadi, as well as join other fighters under the leadership of Abdallah al-Filipini “who is appointed by the Islamic State to be the leader of the Caliphate soldiers in the Philippines.”

He tells them to “kill the polytheists, hit them with cars. You have knives, stab them in their chests. My brothers in Malaysia, launch your operations. We are here to support you.”

“For those who cannot move to the land of Syria, join the Mujahideen in the Philippines. If you cannot do that, send your sons to the land of jihad in the Philippines.

“And if you cannot send your sons, then send your money to support the Mujahideen,” he said in the video.

Rafi also issued a threat to Bukit Aman, saying the police will no longer have peace.

“We will slaughter you... when we return. Our friends back home will hunt you down,” was the threat of the man who left Malaysia to pledge allegiance to ISIS in Syria in 2014.

Bukit Aman Special Branch counter-terrorism division chief Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay told New Straits Times his force is “preparing for potential attacks within six months by two sources, Khatibah Nusantara in the Philippines, and central IS”, using another acronym for ISIS.

“Targeted attacks will likely be carried out the minute the pledge of allegiance to IS from these groups outside Syria is accepted and the areas they operate in are declared theirs,” Datuk Ayob said.

The video which was deemed amateur was posted on pro-ISIS Telegram channels, with the executions believed to have been filmed and produced in Syria.

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