Al-Manuah describes itself as a spiritual group whose leader (deceased), Amin Razali, studied paranormal science and claimed his followers possessed psychic powers to defeat their enemies.VideoVideo: Al-Ma'unah is a militant organization in Malaysia which set up a base in the forest area in the border village of Sauk, Perak  involved in a battle between the forces Tentera Malaysia and Malaysian Policy. 2 July 2000  ran a large number of firearms and stored weaponry.Video: 2010 Malaysia's largest military weapon heist that turned into a hostage crisis and a 5-day standoff with the police and army.  On July 2nd 2000, 15 men disguised as high-ranking army officers stole over 100 military-grade weapons and thousands of ammunition rounds from two Malaysian army camps. Police suspected the weapons were for regional terrorist groups. But not far from the crime scenes, Sauk villagers reported gunfire behind their school.  Two Special Branch police officers…

Al-Maunah, also known as Brotherhood of Inner Power is an inactive group formed c. 2000.
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