Mohd Firdaus Kamal Intdzam
Place of Birth: Malaysia;
Mohd Firdaus Kamal Intdzam is a 34-year-old radicalised man deported from Singapore to Malaysia for possessing items related to the Islamic State terrorist group.
Firdaus was sentenced to three years in jail, and he was charged with six counts of possessing items linked to the terrorist group, including two memory cards, a flag, four books and a mobile phone.
He committed the offences at the arrival hall of the Customs, Immigration and Quarantine Complex at the Sultan Iskandar Building in Johor Baru last year.
Firdaus planned to travel to Syria with his Singaporean wife to take up armed violence for the Islamic State terrorist group.
His wife was radicalied by him and wanted to go with him to Syria.
Investigations revealed that he started being radicalised in 2016, when he went online to deepen his religious knowledge and was exposed to pro-Islamic State content.
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