A screenshot of a man referred to by his nom de guerre as 'Ukashah al-Iraqi' is seen in this image taken from an undated video. REUTERS/al-Hayat Media Center
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Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said ISIS is a "very real" threat to the country, hours after a video from the regional wing of ISIS warned of attacks in the Muslim-majority nation for arresting its supporters.Police said the video, featuring operatives from the militant group Katibah Nusantara speaking under the ISIS logo, was significant because it was the first from ISIS in Malay. Police said on Sunday they had arrested seven members of an ISIS cell who were planning attacks across the country.The video that surfaced online warned Malaysia against the crackdown on ISIS supporters and featured two Malaysians based in Syria, said Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay, director of the police counter-terrorism unit.
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