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    Malaysia and Australia will exchange information on terrorists returning from Iraq

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    Malaysia and Australia will exchange information on terrorists returning from Iraq Empty Malaysia and Australia will exchange information on terrorists returning from Iraq

    Post by Rocky Wed 15 Mar 2017, 1:35 am

    Malaysia and Australia will exchange information on terrorists returning from Iraq

    Arab and International Since 14/03/2017 16:19 pm (Baghdad time)

    Follow-up scales News
    Malaysian minister large, Tuesday, said that Malaysia and Australia will exchange intelligence on militants in Southeast Asia at a time when the two allies countries are preparing for the possibility of the return of terrorists Daesh from Iraq.
    And regained the Iraqi forces, with the support of the American Alliance, 30 percent of western Mosul of terrorist Daesh in a military operation began in October in order to expel the organization of the last strongholds in Iraq.
    Said Hishammuddin Hussein, Malaysia's Defence Minister said the success of the process of Mosul could push hundreds of terrorists from al Daesh and sympathizers from Southeast Asia to return to their countries.
    He said Hishammuddin told reporters after a meeting with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in parliament "is a joint discount Daesh we have to confront."
    "If the military operation in Mosul succeeded we will see the return of a lot of experienced terrorists and sympathizers to, especially in Malaysia, Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and southern Thailand region."
    He pointed out that Australia has agreed to provide technological support and equipment in the context of dealing with the growing threat to organize Daesh in the region, particularly from the Abu Sayyaf group, which announced its allegiance to the organization.
    And Malaysia have arrested more than 250 people between 2013 and 2016 against the backdrop of possible links with al Daesh.
    Malaysian police said Monday they had arrested seven people, including five Filipinos possible to organize Daesh to their prayers.
    The Malaysia has declared a state of alert since gunmen launched a number of attacks in Jakarta, the capital of neighboring Indonesia in January 2016 ended 29 / tc n

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