BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 P.M.) – An Indonesian Islamic State (ISIS) leader that helped carry out several terrorist attacks in Malaysia has been killed in Syria, the Malaysia daily Bernama reported today.

Citing a report from the Bukit Aman (federal police), Bernama stated that the Islamic State leader, Bahrum Naim, was killed in a drone attack in Syria during Ramadan.

The Malaysian federal police said that the 34 year old terrorist leader had planned several attacks on places of worship in 2015 before traveling to Syria.

Naim has also helped plan terrorist attacks in both Indonesia and Singapore, including a rocket attack plot on the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

The terrorist leader was also involved in the online recruitment for the Islamic State terror organization.

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Droid
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2018-07-17 16:04

Any country that let Saudi/Qatari Wahhabi schools in their country, should wait for turmoil in their soil sooner or later. Indonesia, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afganistan, etc are all good examples.
Malaysians should thank president Assad for getting rid of these dangerous terrorists.

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2018-07-17 17:51
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Except that ISIS was created by Iran!
Zarqawi hid in Iran when Quds-Forces smuggled him in Iraq.
Soleimani made him split from Osama and ally to Iraqi Ba’athists…
BTW, al-Qaeda aren’t Wahhabists! They’re a Muslim-Brotherhood offshoot…
Wahhabists are in Saudi-Arabia.
Muslim Brotherhood holds Qatar, Turkey, Sudan, Palestine, Tunisia and Morocco are at high risk…

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2018-07-19 23:33
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A Deranged Mossad Troll.

You can call me AL
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2018-07-17 18:42
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Germany, France, Sweden, Denmark, the UK, India even the US are other examples.

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2018-07-18 09:50

There are NO GOOD GUYS in geopolitics! Everybody plays dirty, thus, the most disgusting one are the most of the time those posing like the heroes, that’s exactly what Soleimani or Nasrallah do… Nevertheless, do you want more totally bonkers sectarian so-called republics which are nothing else than dictatorships, ruled by totally incompetent bigots that blame their own mismanagement on e.g. USA or Israel while they will spend $100 billions to undermine full countries and gain influence in foreign policy when their own country is about to be self destroyed by a water crisis while their foreign policy ruin their… Read more »