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Wednesday, May 25, 2005

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Government identifies militant group operating in the country (Star 23/5/2005)
SUNGAI SIPUT: A new militant group has surfaced, which may pose a threat to national security. "We had detected the group activities for quite some time now,・said Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Noh Omar. We are carrying out a thorough investigation to see whether there is a need to use the Internal Security Act (ISA) against the leaders and their followers." he told reporters after opening the Sungai Siput Utara district Youth Day carnival here yesterday. - Wah ! negara dalam bahaya!
It's not a militant group, says Noh (Star 24/5/2005)
KUALA LUMPUR: Deputy Internal Security Minister Datuk Noh Omar clarified that the group that he said was being investigated by the authorities was a religious deviationist sect and not a militant group as reported in the media. He said the sect was non-militant and had no connection with militant groups KMM and Jemaah Islamiah (JI) whose network of cells had been broken up by the Government. We hope there will be no misconception that a new militant group has surfaced in Malaysia"he told Bernama yesterday. - Silap rupanya, tapi merbahaya juga untuk golongan muslimin. Memang patut dipantau ni.
Deviant sects under control (Star 25/5/2005)
KUALA LUMPUR: The activities of deviationist sects in the country are under control and not a cause for worry, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Abdullah Md Zin said. He said the sects operated in small groups. “What remain are small groups. The larger ones like Ayah Pin in Besut (Terengganu) have been broken up. There is no problem,” he said after presenting zakat (tithe) from the Federal Territory Islamic Religious Council here yesterday. - La. . . dah bukan masalah pulak?

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