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11/10/2017

Pakistan      Five militants and a soldier killed in FATA
Pakistan      DIG among three Policemen killed in a suicide attack in Balochistan
India      Policeman shot at and injured in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Pakistan violates CFA in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Maoist explosives recovered in Chhattisgarh
India      Five militants arrested in Meghalaya
India      Indian origin woman among three persons arrested for supporting IS in Singapore
India      Trial in first IS-related case in Kerala begins
India      NIA questions two suspected IS sympathisers in Tamil Nadu
Sri Lanka      No war hero will be subject to foreign tribunals, says President Maithripala Sirisena
Bangladesh      Militants are trying to reorganize, says IGP AKM Shahidul Hoque
India      Nothing wrong in raising demand for Khalistan, says SGPC president Kirpal Singh Badungar
India      Draft MoS between HPC-D and Mizoram Government approved by apex Hmar body
Nepal      CPN-Maoist Center expels rival candidates







 
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Indian origin woman among three persons arrested for supporting IS in Singapore

A woman originally from India was among three Singaporeans arrested under the Internal Security Act (ISA) for supporting the Islamic State (IS) and terrorism-related activities, authorities in Singapore said on November 8, reports The Indian Express. Of the three, Adzrul Azizi bin Bajuri (19) was issued with a Restriction Order, while Abu Thalha bin Samad (25) and Munavar Baig Amina Begam (38) were issued with Detention Orders, the Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore said in a statement. Amina, a housewife and a naturalised Singapore Citizen originally from India, is an ISIS supporter and harboured the intention to make her way to the conflict zone to join IS, the Ministry said. She was radicalised by a foreign online contact, who shared pro-IS materials with her and convinced her that ISIS was fighting to defend Sunnis in the conflict zone, it said. “She was radicalised to the extent that she was prepared to undergo military training and take up arms to fight for ISIS in the Middle-East if called upon by ISIS to do so,” the statement said.

Amina shared on social media materials promoting terrorism. She was issued a Detention Order for a period of two years this month. Of the two men, Abu Thalha was found to be a member of the terrorist group Jemaah Islamiyah (JI). He was educated in JI-linked schools in the region and also underwent paramilitary training in some of the schools he attended.

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