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They passed around his photo, calling on Muslims to kill him.
In an interview with Malaysian newspaper , Koh’s son Jonathan said that since 2011 “we have been evading them. We also received a lot of death threats on the internet.
“At this time we look to God and [hope that] he’ll be safe and we’ll meet him again.” The morning of Feb.
13, while Koh was on his way to a friend’s house in Petaling Jaya near Kuala Lumpur, three black SUVs surrounded his car and forced it to stop.
"This concept may seem controversial but it has arisen as certain Muslim women here are showing sympathy for the ISIS struggle," an intelligence official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told The Malaysian Insider news site.
One of the women, who is in her 30s, had travelled to Turkey in December last year to meet up with middlemen who helped her to complete her journey to Syria via land routes, said the official.
They sent a bullet to his home and stopped by his house to ask him to leave the country.The division intensified recently as thousands marched in Kuala Lumpur last month in support of a bill that would impose stricter forms of punishment in the Islamic court system, which rules on religious and family matters for Muslims.Non-Muslims are tried in secular civil and criminal courts.Another Malaysian woman in her 40s is believed to have linked up with ISIS forces sometime in April this year, the official added.Besides the three Malaysians, Sunni Muslim women from Australia and the United Kingdom have also joined up with ISIS, the Insider reported.