World Leaders at Asian Meetings Warn on Middle East Extremism
Singapore, Australia to boost intelligence sharing on extremists
Singapore Islamic group launches centre to help counter extremist ideologies
‘Land Grabbing’: Foreign Investors Buy Up Third World Farmland
Malaysia Tops Bribery Table
Tapping Into a More Moderate Islam — in China
Panetta: Pentagon to shift warships to Pacific
Australia takes lead in Afghanistan’s Uruzgan
Authorities arrested Jemaah Islamiyah operatives Mohamed Rafee Abdul Rahman and Abd Rahim Abdul Rahman, two brothers, and Sahrudin Mohd Sapian after they were deported to Singapore earlier this year. Sahrudin helped the network with recruiting and attack planning, and Mohamed Rafee provided logistical support; both men had received terrorist training in Afghanistan.
Exclusive: US military seeks more access in Philippines
Zulkifli bin Hir, Abu Sayyaf commander Umbra Jumdail, and Muhamad Ali are among 15 terrorists killed in an airstrike in Sulu province, according to the military’s Chief of Staff.
US Not Seeking Military Bases in Southeast Asia
Singapore – Escape of Mas Selamat not a reflection of the Muslim community
The Malaysian government repatriated Mas Selamat Kastari, the leader of Jemaah Islamiyah’s network in Singapore. Kastari escaped from Singaporean custody in 2009 and was arrested in Malaysia in 2009.
Singapore man admits to 2001 airport terror plot
Singapore: Reward offered for capture of terror suspect
Terror Suspect Eludes Posse of 4 Million
Hundreds of leads in JI-leader manhunt
Singapore confident of recapture of JI militant: PM
Mas Selamat Kastari, the former leader of Jemaah Islamiyah in Singapore, escaped from prison. Kastari plotted to bomb the Singapore Changi Airport and conduct attacks in the city-state using seven bomb-filled trucks. He was arrested by Indonesia’s anti-terror squad on the island of Java in Indonesia in January 2006.
Jemaah Islamiah detainees released