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AUSSIE MUSLIM LEADERS: JUST DUMP SYDNEY TERRORIST’S BODY AT SEA, NO FUNERAL FOR HIM!

SYDNEY’S chief Islamic ­funeral director yesterday declared no Muslim funeral home would accept the body of terrorist Man Haron Monis and authorities should just dump his corpse at sea or “chuck him in the bloody shithouse”. The 50-year-old extremist’s body remains in the morgue and is awaiting a complex ­autopsy. His body will be ­released before Christmas, but nobody has yet claimed it. If Monis’s partner does not claim his body he will be given a “destitute funeral” by the Department of Health.

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ISLAMIC MILITANT GROUP MEMBERS BURN SCHOOL TEACHER ALIVE

"I saw six or seven people walking class-to-class and opening fire on children." "As soon as we hid under tables, they fired bullets at our legs and our heads and then they burned our madam. They burned our madam. The firing continued but we didn't move because whoever moved got shot at."

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TERRORISM EXPERTS: DETAINING HARDLINERS INDEFINITELY IS THE SOLUTION TO TERRORISM

When it comes to the most hardline of terrorist suspects, the solution for now would be to detain them indefinitely, as it is challenging to rehabilitate them even after years of effort. This was the general sentiment shared by speakers yesterday — including the Republic’s former security tsar Wong Kan Seng — at the RSIS-Singapore Press Holdings Seminar on the emergence of the Islamic State militant group and its implications.

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MODERATE MUSLIMS IN SINGAPORE MUST SPEAK UP

Under such context, the Malay Muslim community in Singapore should unite and speak up to counter the image that ISIS and local extremists have portrayed on the whole Muslim community. Funnily, the local Muslim community were so vocally anti-Israel when the Jewish state launched ground offensive against Hamas with some even called for the boycott of McDonalds but the community were muted when it comes to ISIS and its local supporters.

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INDONESIAN MUSLIMS PLEDGE SUPPORT FOR TERRORIST GROUP ISIS

SEVERAL hundred supporters of hardline groups gathered at a mosque in Solo, central Java, on Tuesday to show their support for Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of the recently declared caliphate of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). A similar gathering is planned on Sunday in Malang, East Java. These come on top of two similar ISIS gatherings that had already been held near Jakarta and in Bima this month, raising concerns about young Indonesians travelling to the battlefront and returning to carry out terror attacks back home.

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PALESTINIAN BLOODSHED: A VICTORY FOR VIOLENT EXTREMISM

Regardless of your faith, pray for the people of Palestine and Israel that sane moderate voices would emerge from both sides and put a stop to this mutual violence. The use of violence seldom bring about its desired outcome but guarantees only misery, hardship and suffering. History has demonstrated time and again the pitfalls of such violent extremism and it is up to humans to recognise this and stop such extremism from taking root.

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4 NEW TERRORIST GROUPS DISCOVERED OPERATING IN MALAYSIA

The Malaysian security authorities have identified four new terror groups bent on creating a "super" Islamic caliphate to rule parts of South-east Asia, including secular Singapore. The four organisations, identified only by their acronyms BKAW, BAJ, Dimzia and ADI, are believed to be operating from states such as Selangor and Perak. The four outfits currently operate independently of one another but sources said they subscribe to the same "salafi" Jihadi ideology, similar to extremist groups Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS). ISIS, also known as the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant, has been gaining swathes of territory in northern and western Iraq in its quest to set up a mediaeval-style Islamic caliphate.

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Be brave like ISIL fighters, Najib tells UMNO

Umno must emulate the bravery of a Middle Eastern militant group that defeated an Iraqi force outnumbering it nearly 30 to one if the Malay nationalist party is to survive, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said yesterday. The Umno president and prime minister was listing virtues that were needed to allow the Malay nationalist party to continue in power, during a dinner to commemorate the 20th anniversary of its Cheras branch yesterday.

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