Terrorist Wants to Give Up Singapore Citizenship Because He’s Scared of the ISA

By the time he’s out of jail in Indonesia in 2027, Mohammad Hassan Saynudin will be 54 years old.

That’s when the terrorist, who also goes by the name of Fajar Talim, intends to give up his Singapore citizenship and stay on in Indonesia as a citizen.

His lawyer says he fears returning to Singapore because he could be detained under the Internal Security Act – which means the ISD can no trial, just tangkap (arrest).

Hassan is now serving into the 6th year of his 18-year jail term for killing a Christian school teacher and planning terror attacks on ang mohs.

He is a pal of Mas Selamat Kastari, the famous handicapped terrorist who escaped from a Singapore prison in 2008, outran all  the cops who were on a manhunt for him here, and made it across the Causeway to Johor Bahru.

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