Re: M'sia not exporting Islamic militancy, says Najib
- From: "Acharya" <harinam108@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 24 Nov 2005 18:44:29 GMT
"pluto" <pluto@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> M'sia not exporting Islamic militancy, says Najib
> [pluto note: REALLY? ]
Al-qaeda terrorists do not respect any law or government accept their own.
> Nov 21, 05 10:57am
> Malaysia has rejected being a source of Islamic militancy and stressed
> it has helped resolve conflicts involving armed Muslim groups in Southeast
> Kuala Lumpur had mediated to end fighting in the Philippines and Indonesia
> and stayed clear of any involvement in the unrest in mainly-Muslim
> Thailand, said Deputy Prime Minister Najib Razak.
> "It's best to study the underlying causes and not be quick to lay blame on
> others without any concrete evidence," Najib was quoted as saying by the
> official Bernama news agency.
> "We do not see what is happening as having its root in Malaysia."
> Malaysian extremists have come into the spotlight recently with the
> Indonesian police killing of bombmaker Azahari Husin this month and a
> large-scale police hunt for his militant compatriot, Noordin Mohammad Top.
> The two have been accused of being members of the al-Qaeda linked Jemaah
> Islamiah network and of orchestrating a string of bloody attacks,
> the 2002 Bali bombings that killed 202 people.
> "It's very unfortunate that Malaysians like Dr Azahari Husin and Noordin
> Top played leading roles in the Jemaah Islamiah terrorist organisation in
> Indonesia, but these are matters beyond our control," said Najib.
> [pluto note: and yet najis help to bring the killed JI back to my.. isnt
> najis overtly supporting JI?]
> Indonesian media reports have recently claimed that sympathisers in
> Malaysia had funded militants linked to Azahari and Noordin.
> And Thai politicians have in the past blamed Malaysia for the insurgency
> Thailand's south, saying militants were training across the border.
> All JI members behind bars
> [pluto note: which bars?]
> Najib said Malaysia was not exporting militancy and had actually mediated
> in disputes involving Muslim separatists in the southern Philippines and
> Aceh province in Sumatra, far-western Indonesia.
> "The militancy in the southern Phillipines, it is not caused by us," said
> the deputy premier.
> "We played hosts for negotiations between the Philippine government and
> Moro Islamic Liberation Front, who were at odds with each other. We also
> placed our soldiers there for two years as part of a peacekeeping mission.
> "Malaysia also helped out in Aceh, where now the warring parties have
> agreed to peace, and in southern Thailand we never interfere at all as it
> is their internal matter," he said.
> Najib said Noordin was still believed to be in Indonesia and that
> authorities would hunt him down if he came home.
> Malaysia's Deputy Internal Security Minister Noh Omar said Saturday that
> all known Jemaah Islamiah suspects in Malaysia were now behind bars, with
> 67 detained at the Kamunting detention camp, the New Straits Times
> Azahari's family slams the media
> 02:42pm Fri Nov 18, 2005
> Crowds gather for funeral of Azahari
> 11:55am Thu Nov 17, 2005
> Family to pray for a place in heaven for Azahari
> 10:08am Thu Nov 17, 2005
> Azahari's remains flown home after Islamic rites
> 09:59am Thu Nov 17, 2005
> Azahari's funds not from Malaysia, says Noh
> 11:02am Wed Nov 16, 2005
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