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Muslim leader wants T&T gov’t to name known local ‘terrorists’ - Latest News - PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad (CMC) — The leader of the Islamic Front Umar Abdullah is calling on the Attorney General Faris Al-Rawi to name the people whom the Trinidad and Tobago government has labelled as terrorists.

Al-Rawi, speaking on television here on Thursday night, said that within the last five months the number of “entities” listed as terrorist bodies in Trinidad and Tobago under local anti-terrorism laws had increased from 80 to 333.

“If you want to prosecute in Trinidad and Tobago you have to cover all of those bases already. So you have to list…Boko Haram…all of these entities as entities under our anti-terrorism laws.

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