Suspected Abu Sayyaf terrorist nabbed upon arrival from Malaysia

Suspected Abu Sayyaf terrorist nabbed upon arrival from Malaysia

Suspected Abu Sayyaf terrorist nabbed upon arrival from Malaysia

MANILA: A suspected Abu Sayyaf terrorist, wanted for kidnapping, was apprehended on his arrival from Malaysia at the airport here.

Hajar Binadbul Mubin, 30, had just arrived at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) in Pasay City on Thursday night when he was apprehended, Philstar.com reported.

Southern Police District (SPD) director Brigadier General Jimili Macaraeg said Hajar was stopped at the NAIA Terminal 3 on arrival from Malaysia around 11:30 pm. He was later brought to the Taguig station for further investigation.





It was revealed Hajar has been on the run since 2012 after the Zamboanga City Regional Trial Court Branch 15 issued a warrant for his arrest on charges of kidnapping for ransom.

Meanwhile another suspected Abu Sayyaf terrorist, with links to a drug ring, was killed in an alleged shootout with the Army Special Forces in Parang, Sulu a week earlier.

Lieutenant Colonel Benito Ramos Jr., 2nd Special Force Battalion commander, said the deceased identified as Gan Salahudin was known to be part of a group linked to Abu Sayyaf sub-leader Apah Salah.


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Ramos said an M16A1 rifle, an M203 grenade launcher, a bandoleer with magazines loaded with ammunition and drug paraphernalia were recovered from the deceased.

Salahudin had kept a low profile with the Abu Sayyaf in 2020 to evade military offensives, but apparently continued to be engaged in the illegal drug trade in Parang town.





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Suspected Abu Sayyaf terrorist nabbed upon arrival from Malaysia


 

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