The newly-formed Malaysian government has ordered the Saudi-backed anti-terrorism center to be immediately closed roughly a year after being launched.

No reasons were given for the decision.

All operations carried out by the King Salman Center for International Peace (KSCIP) in Kuala Lumpur will be ceased, while the Malaysian Institute of Defence and Security shall absorb all its functions.

In a related context, Malaysian Defense Minister Mohamad Sabu told the parliament about his plans to pull back Malaysian troops from Saudi Arabia.

The troops were sent by former Prime Minister  Najib Razak to facilitate the evacuation of Malaysian nationals in Yemen.

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lying zio wahabbis cannot buy awakened govts with their money to sell their vile propaganda when they are the real main funder of terrorism

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Precisely!

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yes many reports Saudi hate preachers sent all over the world. The Saudi’s are responsible for radicalization of the Middle East. Recruiters for ISIS and AL-Qadea. CAIR is another which needs to be exposed.

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Qatari, Turkish, Iranian and Pakistani regimes are doing exactly the same if not worst…

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Matija Tomac

“ISIS used US, French-made equipment in east Syria – SANA”

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Joe Yousef

THEY SHOULD REMOVE THE ANTI PART OUT.

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Even little Belgium told the Saudis to stop such activities. The report that the British Government is sitting on warns about Saudi funding of madrassa, etc. There is an urgent need to shut down all Saudi funded institutions in places such as in S.E. Asia eg. Indonesia, Malaysia, etc. Pakistan, unfortunately, is to a large extent funded by Saudi Arabia and thus has multiple Saudi funded institutions which are divisive.

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Actually, even Saudis ended understanding they fücked-up at funding the wahhabi-ideology spread as a response to Iran becoming a competing aggressive theocracy, especially since Muslim-Broterhood affiliated bigots oppose the monarchy. In fact, you don’t fight extremist bigotry with another extremist bigotry : you fight bigotry with science, reason and militant atheism. In fact, MBS already cracked on rich princes who were into funding extremists, thus, considering how the wahhabi clergy is imbricated with the state, it’s not an easy task. Well, despite the al-Saouds are serious slime, there’s a good point with them : they’re VERY elastic, have understood that… Read more »

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Salute to Dr. M, saviour of Malaysia! Now get rid of the snake’s head, the PAS Buku Haram Party by legal means in addition.