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JI chief training terror recruits

A FORMER Australian-based leader of Jemaah Islamiah has been discovered on the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, where the feared terrorist group runs military training camps for terror recruits. Abdul Rahman Ayub – named as one of the JI chiefs who set up a chapter known as Mantiqi4 in Sydney before moving to Perth – is believed to have been training JI operatives on the island for at least the past year. Terror expert Zachary Abuza said Ayub was one of 20 suspected JI members – including infamous bomb-maker Dulmatin, who has a $US10 million ($13.5 million) bounty on his head – hiding out on Mindanao. Full Story

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