KUALA LUMPUR: The High Court, here, fixed three days from April 18 for the trial of a tahfiz (Quran memorising) class assistant charged with involvement in terrorist activities.
Judicial Commissioner Datuk Nordin Hassan set the dates when the case was mentioned before him today.
Hadharami Hashim, 38, was charged with entering Syria to lend support to armed terrorist acts for a continued ideological struggle and the action is deemed as threatening public security in Syria.
He was charged with committing the offence under Section 130J(1)(b) of the Penal Code, between Aug 31 and Nov 29, 2014.
If found guilty, he can be jailed for life or not exceeding 30 years, or fined, and any assets used in committing or meant to be used in committing the offence be forfeited.
Deputy public prosecutors Hayda Faridzal Abu Hassan and Nabila Ahmad Poad appeared for the prosecution, while the accused was represented by counsel Shahredzan Johan. – BERNAMA