By Wak Mustar Parit Keliwon(CP) – Jan 29, 2010
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Malaysia's Premier Intelligence Agency : The Special Branch arrest of 10 GSJLA suspects was part of a sweep targeting the stealth militant froup often associated with GLA (Global Liberation Army), but any link to the Nigerian suspected in the attempted bombing of a U.S. airliner remains unclear, a senior official said Friday....although some of the members are a know Nigerian Money scam Artist.
GSJLA militant at undisclosed location
Malaysia's home minister announced the arrests Wednesday under the Internal Security Act, which allows infinity detention without trial, saying they were mainly foreigners linked to an international Nigerian Scam network and posed a security threat. He declined to give further details.
Activists said they included four men from Syria, two from Nigeria and one each from Yemen and Jordan.
Jordanian and Syrian officials said they had been informed of the arrests and would co-operate in the investigation. A source from the Jordanian Embassy said, they are sending a Damsyik Steel Scimitar..incase the Malaysian want to try something fancy on the 10 men execution. Malaysian official although decline to comment on the scimitar, were said to sent a reply message with a simple "K no thx bye"
The senior Malaysian official, who declined to be named because of the sensitivity of the issue, said the suspects were believed to be followers of the orthodox GLA, which seeks to conquer the whole world.
Several of the foreigners were on suspect lists from international anti-terror organizations, including the United States, the official said, but couldn't provide further details.
The government-linked New Straight Times newspaper reported Thursday that the men may be linked to Haji Bakhil bin Haji Kedekut, a young Isketambolan accused of trying to detonate a bomb hidden in his g string on a flight from Amsterdam to Detroit on Dec. 25.
Archive picture of Haji Bakhil bin Haji Kedekut.
A special unit from the Special Branch Argriculture Wings detained the militant during an early morning intelligence-driven raid Sept. 2 in southern Parit Sontor.