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Financial Times: Militants seek to establish a state succession of Southeast Asia

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Financial Times: Militants seek to establish a state succession of Southeast Asia

Post by rocky on Mon 19 Jun 2017, 3:21 am

Financial Times: Militants seek to establish a state succession of Southeast Asia

Monday, June 19, 2017 9:35

newspaper published the Financial Times in its edition on Monday, an article by Bill Michel deals with the transfer of Islamist militants for their activities to Southeast Asia .

The author of the article, " The radical Islamists are working to realize their dream of the establishment of the State of the caliphate in Southeast Asia."

He added that "every day that passes with the continuation of the long bloody siege of the city of Marawi southern Philippines, is a warning sign of increasing their influence."
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He explained that "what we are seeing today is a move widely to recruit fighters from the region."

The article added that " the number of Muslims in Southeast Asia is much larger than the present in the Arab world," adding that " the citizens of Southeast Asia , numbering 250 million people , including a large number of Muslims."

The article said that "There are intelligence reports that on 18 May there was a scheme by militants put their hands on Aj and the flag of the organization of the Islamic state there."

And he added that the increased interest in the organization of "Daesh" in South East Asia began last year when the group launched calling itself the emir Esenlon Hableon name, and participated with the Abu Sayyaf group in the fighting in Maroaa. "

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