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LI SHENGWU LEFT SINGAPORE EARLIER, FEARED HE'LL BE DETAINED

In a Reuters interview, Li Shengwu said he left Singapore for the US more than a week earlier as planned as his friends were worried that he may be detained or interrogated due to his contempt of court case. Prime Minister's Press Secretary Chang Li Lin was quick to defend the legal system by saying it is inaccurate to make such statements because it is only part of legal procedures and laws.

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UNDENIABLE PROOF EMERGES OF IZZAH AL ANSARI SUPPORTING ISIS, TRIED TO LEAD YOUNG DAUGHTER ASTRAY

Yesterday Singapore's first radicalised female Syaikhah Izzah Zahrah Al Ansari (22 yr old) was detained for support Islamic State terror group but I see some citizens refuse to believe in her crime. They say Singaporeans should not blindly trust the government's words and asked to see proof of Izzah supporting ISIS. A simple internet search found pictures of Syaikhah Izzah Zahrah Al Ansari dressed in a niqab together with her so young daughter holding up their index fingers (tawhid; oneness of Allah) which has been misused by ISIS as their symbol of victory over the infidels. How could she do this and get her young daughter involved in her mistaken violent beliefs?

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FATHER OF DETAINED WOMAN REGRETS NOT REPORTING HER, ASK OTHERS TO BE ALERT

The father of the first woman who was detained under the ISA has expressed regret for not reporting her to the authorities. Mr Manaf did not seek help as he thought his daughter was getting better after she started watching movies and stopped wearing the niqab - a full veil that only leaves the eyes visible. He said she was good at hiding whatever she was doing.

It was only until she was called up for investigations did he realise that she got worse. Mr Manaf also regrets throwing away his daughter's documents which detailed her plans to move to Syria. He said he did that out of frustration and disgust. Now that he regrets it, he is encouraging other people who face similar problems to alert the authorities or the Religious Rehabilitation Group once they notice suspicious changes in someone.

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AUTHORITIES MAY TAKE ACTION AGAINST FAMILY OF DETAINED WOMAN

Authorities may take action against a family member of the detained woman, Syaikhah Izzah Zarah Al Ansari, for destroying important evidence on her plans to join ISIS. The family member attempted to erase the evidence after she was put under investigation. This comes even though they were against ISIS and did not support her radical ideas.

The Ministry of Home Affairs said "The Government takes a serious view of the withholding of information that is pertinent to the safety and security of Singapore and Singaporeans... This is especially so if the failure to report leads to violent activities that would kill or cause harm to others".

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ANG MOH GETS DETAINED BY ICA FOR 2 HOURS, RESPECTS S'PORE EVEN MORE AFTER RELEASE

The bus trip from Malacca Sentral Bus Terminal to exiting Malaysia was painless and went smoothly like clockwork. However, at Singapore's Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA), it hit a snag. For the life of me, I completely forgot to book a hotel and an onward flight, although I was spending the last few days looking for the cheapest deal.

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NEA OFFICER BEAR HUGS FEMALE SMOKER AFTER SHE TRIES TO ESCAPE SAMAN

Is this the way NEA officers are taught to detain females? NEA officer tried to detain lady to ascertain particulars bcos he accused her for lighting cigarette 1 meter away from smoking area. Lady deny doing it and so tried to walk away he then follow her and then another guy(in photo)who claims that he is also a NEA officer without even showing any pass to her started to bear hug her from behind thus outraging her modesty and police was called.

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S'POREAN MAN UNLAWFULLY DETAINED & INTIMIDATED BY AIRPORT ICA OFFICER

This afternoon at 3.20pm , after collecting my luggage at Changi , I was asked by Officer Eugene Ng , an Immigration & Custom Authority personnel to scan my belongings. I was angry because he was holding me without cause . I asked him again for the purpose of taking down my details ; instead of answering me , he ordered me to follow him to the search room.

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MINISTER MASAGOS: S'PORE HAS REHABILITATED & RELEASED 57 TERROR SUSPECTS, 9 REMAIN IN CUSTODY

Thirteen years ago, Singapore rounded up 13 men in its first terrorism-related detentions and foiled a Jemaah Islamiah (JI) plot to bomb key spots. Today, just nine of the 66 men detained over the years for terrorism-related activities remain in custody, Senior Minister of State for Home Affairs and Foreign Affairs Masagos Zulkifli told The Straits Times. He gave this update in an interview where he touched on Singapore's rehabilitation efforts, which have attracted attention from several countries.

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MALAYSIA DETAINS 3 MILITANTS HEADED TO SYRIA TO JOIN ISIS

Malaysian police have detained three Muslim men suspected of wanting to go to Syria to join the militant Islamic State group, a senior police official said today (Sept 26). The three were detained yesterday at the Kuala Lumpur international airport while waiting for a flight to Turkey, said Mr Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay, who heads the national police counter-terrorism unit. “From Turkey, the men were planning to make their way to Syria to join the Islamic State terror group,” Mr Ayob Khan said.

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