Malay sex websites

28-May-2017 03:28

In Malaysia last week, Communications and Multimedia Minister Salleh Said Keruak announced that the MCMC had blocked 11 websites and 22 URLs allegedly involved in propagating the ideology of IS in the Malay language – variations of which are spoken in Malaysia, Indonesia, southern Thailand, Brunei and the southern Philippines.The commission also called on the public to report any websites that promote IS or help spread its propaganda, and has set up a hotline so people can tip off authorities to such sites.Malaysian authorities have blocked a website that disseminated an electronic newspaper published by the Southeast Asian wing of the extremist group Islamic State (IS), Malaysia’s police chief told Benar News on Tuesday.The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC), which regulates internet inside the country, has blocked alfatihin.com, the website associated with the e-publication by the same name, Police Inspector-General Khalid Abu Bakar confirmed. In the last month, perhaps – almost certainly in the last year.

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“IS is losing ground and manpower [in the Middle East].

“It is hoped that continuous monitoring and action by MCMC and other agencies will contain the spread of the ideology by this terrorist organization through social media,” state-run news agency Bernama quoted the minister as saying.

According to reports, the 20-page electronic newspaper version of Al Fatihin was published on June 20 by Katibah Nusantara, IS’s Southeast Asian wing that has a combat unit in Syria and Iraq made up exclusively of Malaysian, Indonesians and other Malay-speaking fighters.

“This is part of the IS strategy and propaganda to suggest to the world that they have a strong support in southeast Asia region, where there are significant populations of Muslims such as in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei,” Zaini Othman, who directs the Center for Strategic and Security Studies at Universiti Malaysia Sabah, told Benar News.

‘The conquerors’ In Indonesia, computer users can no longer access the Al Fatihin website, but users there and in other countries can access a PDF version of the newspaper via the Internet Archive website – through which Benar News obtained a copy. If it is inaccessible now, it could be that they [the owner] blocked it themselves,” Ismail Cawidu, a spokesman for the Indonesian Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, told Benar News on Tuesday.

“IS is losing ground and manpower [in the Middle East].“It is hoped that continuous monitoring and action by MCMC and other agencies will contain the spread of the ideology by this terrorist organization through social media,” state-run news agency Bernama quoted the minister as saying.According to reports, the 20-page electronic newspaper version of Al Fatihin was published on June 20 by Katibah Nusantara, IS’s Southeast Asian wing that has a combat unit in Syria and Iraq made up exclusively of Malaysian, Indonesians and other Malay-speaking fighters.“This is part of the IS strategy and propaganda to suggest to the world that they have a strong support in southeast Asia region, where there are significant populations of Muslims such as in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei,” Zaini Othman, who directs the Center for Strategic and Security Studies at Universiti Malaysia Sabah, told Benar News.‘The conquerors’ In Indonesia, computer users can no longer access the Al Fatihin website, but users there and in other countries can access a PDF version of the newspaper via the Internet Archive website – through which Benar News obtained a copy. If it is inaccessible now, it could be that they [the owner] blocked it themselves,” Ismail Cawidu, a spokesman for the Indonesian Ministry of Information and Communication Technology, told Benar News on Tuesday.The result is that very few Malay dishes taste totally alien; almost all prompt some kind of comparison, whether that's to Thai or Chinese or Indian.