Singaporean man, 35, charged with providing money to support ISIS propaganda efforts

SINGAPORE - A Singaporean man was charged on Monday (April 15) with providing money to support the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria's (ISIS') propaganda efforts for terrorist purposes, said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in a statement.


Investigations found that Imran Kassim, 35, a former managing director of a logistics company, provided $450 to an individual in Turkey on Oct 31, 2014, for the publication of ISIS propaganda.


"This act of providing money in...