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Bangladeshi held in Malaysia for terror link deported

  • Published at 12:38 pm September 22nd, 2016
  • Last updated at 10:36 pm September 22nd, 2016
Bangladeshi held in Malaysia for terror link deported
Malaysian police have deported three people, including a Bangladeshi citizen, who had been detained for their alleged involvement with Islamic State and other terrorist groups. The other two are from Nepal and Morocco, who have been deported to their countries. However, there was a Malaysian to had arrested with them. The detainees are allegedly involved in the IS in Iraq and Syria and multiple terrorist groups, said a report published by the Straits Times on Thursday morning. Inspector General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar said the suspects were detained by the Bukit Aman Special Branch Counter Terrorism Division between August 2 and September 17. Of the detainees, 37-year-old Bangladeshi suspect was arrested on August 19 for smuggling weapons for an international terror group.
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Khalid said: “He [Bangladeshi national] owns a restaurant in Bukit Bintang and was placed in Interpol’s Red Notice. He was deported on September 2.” Peyar Ahmed Akash, hailing from Feni, came into light in 2005, after RAB had arrested him for selling off four AK47 rifles – stolen from the 10-truck arms seized in 2004 – to Delwar alias Azrail Delwar, a listed terrorist linked to Shibir. But he managed to come out of jail on bail by the grace of his brother-in-law Abu Yusuf – the nayeb-e-ameer of Feni district unit Jamaat. Akash joined Jamaat-e-Islami’s radical student wing Shibir while studying in Shaheen Academy School of Feni town, run by Jamaat. He passed SSC in 1993 and eventually got engaged in arms trading. RAB arrested him along with two of his associates in Feni on September 18, 2005 based on information given by Delwar, who was killed in an alleged gunfight with RAB at Fatikchhari of Chittagong on May 7, 2005. [caption id="attachment_17546" align="aligncenter" width="500"]Peyar Ahmed Akash (red shirt) and three of his associates after their arrest in 2005  Peyar Ahmed Akash (red shirt) and three of his associates after their arrest in 2005[/caption] Jailed for seven years in the case, he secured bail after some time and resumed arms trading, according to sources in Feni police. Akash went to Malaysia after the 1/11 changeover and got engaged in manpower and hotel businesses, and soon became an influential leader of the Feni community in Kuala Lumpur. He is also accused of campaigning against the war crimes trials in the Bangladeshi community in Malaysia for long. Being informed, Bangladesh government last year requested Interpol for his arrest, and later Interpol issued the red alert. Meanwhile, the 38-year-old Nepalese businessman was arrested on August 19 and deported on the same day while the 26-year-old Moroccan was arrested on August 2 and deported on September 21. Regarding the Nepali national, he said: “We have discovered that he ran entertainment outlets and a hotel. We believe he was responsible for falsifying documents to facilitate the travels of terrorists.” The Moroccan man who worked as a welder, and the 34-year-old local man were ISIS operatives in Malaysia with ties to Mohamad Wanndy Mohamad Jedi, the report said. Turkish authorities had earlier arrested the Moroccan national for trying to enter Syria. “After his release, he managed to find his way into Malaysia in May,” the police official said. The local man is suspected of promoting ISIS propaganda and ideologies through his Facebook account, he added.
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