Teen ISA detention: Rejecting incendiary material a must to avert far-right terror

Brenton Tarrant was sentenced to life in jail without parole last August for the March 2019 attacks on two mosques.PHOTO: REUTERS

SINGAPORE - How did a white supremacist terrorist who killed 51 people in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, two years ago influence a 16-year-old student in Singapore to plan acts of terror on two mosques near his home on the second anniversary of the attacks?

And how can Singapore try to ensure others do not go down a similar pathway?

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