Second Singaporean charged with terrorism financing after giving over S$1,000 to foreign radical

Second Singaporean charged with terrorism financing after giving over S$1,000 to foreign radical

16.9.2019

Second Singaporean charged with terrorism financing after giving over S$1,000 to foreign radical

SINGAPORE — A 34-year-old man has become the second Singaporean to be charged with terrorism financing. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said on Monday (Sept 16) that Ahmed Hussein Abdul Kadir Sheik Uduman had been detained under the Internal Security Act (ISA) in August last year and was charged on Monday with providing money for terrorist purposes.

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Singaporean man detained under ISA charged with financing terrorismSINGAPORE: A 34-year-old Singaporean man was charged in court on Monday (Sep 16) for providing money for terrorist purposes, the Ministry of Home ...

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