Tag Archives: terrorism

Zulfikar Shariff’s Arrest and The Seeds of Terror

Zulfikar Shariff’s arrest under the Internal Security Act (ISA) came as a surprise to many, but not all. There were many warning signs, even from a decade ago. To me, at least, it is a wonder how he got away with such things for so long. I would argue that his arrest is a testament as to why there is a need …

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Four Bangladeshi workers convicted and sentenced for financing terrorism

Four Bangladeshi workers were convicted and sentenced by a Singapore court yesterday (July 12) for financing terrorism and sentenced them to jail terms. They were charged with providing or collecting money to fund terrorist acts in Bangladesh and had pleaded guilty on May 31. The four convicted Bangladeshi workers are Rahman Mizanur, 31; Miah Rubel, 26; Md Jabath Kysar Haje Norul Islam …

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The Fight Against Radical Islam in Singapore

“ISIS attacks Muslims and Islamic holy sites, therefore they have nothing to do with Islam,” or so the argument goes. To say that ISIS has nothing to do with Islam would be akin to saying that the Crusades had nothing to do with Christianity. Attacks like the one in Medina prove that the biggest victims of Radical Islam are none …

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