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FORMER TODAY EDITOR P N BALJI INVITING ISIS TERROR TO SINGAPORE?

Among all the commentaries arising from the Paris attacks, Mr Balji’s provocatively titled piece on Singapore being an “elusive” terrorist target stands out oddly. No matter how it is read, it just can’t seem to sit upright. If we put on our cynical lens, this article takes on a darker and more troubling tone: an implicit criticism of our heavy handed security policies, our social policies which has festered an underclass that should invite a terrorist retaliation.

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