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    Multiple avenues for friends, family to report signs of radicalisation in loved ones: RRG

    The vice-chairman of the Religious Rehabilitation Group says counselling and advice is available and can be given to those who want to remain ...
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    Imperative for family members, friends to report suspected radicals: MHA

    Family members of the first Singaporean female to be detained for radicalism did not alert authorities when they knew of her leanings and, after ...
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    First woman detained for radicalism in Singapore after she planned to join Islamic State

    The 22-year-old infant-care assistant had been posting pro-ISIS material online since 2014 and was also looking for a terror supporter in Syria to ...
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    Attack by lone radical is Singapore’s ‘greatest concern’: MHA terrorism report

    A new Terrorism Threat Assessment Report urges family and friends to help detect and report radicalised individuals, as part of the wider ...
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    Terrorism threat remains at highest level in Singapore in recent years: MHA report

    The country is and will continue to be a target of the Islamic State militant group, says the Ministry of Home Affairs.