KUALA LUMPUR: The terror link that is being forged between Malaysian militants and the other fighters from Middle Eastern groups, including off-shoots of al-Qaeda, has become the primary concern of intelligence agencies in the region.
While veteran fighters have joined in the Syrian civil war, which has now turned into a battle between the Sunnis and Syiahs, new radical groups have also emerged.
It is this trend that is worrying Bukit Aman and their regional counterparts, especially those from Indonesia
The battle in Syria to set up the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has become pivotal in bringing togethe…
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