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Question 1: December 2001 – Fifteen alleged members of the ________ (JI) militant group were arrested for involvement in the Singapore embassies attack plot.
Al-QaedaIslamic terrorism2003 Marriott Hotel bombingJemaah Islamiyah

Question 2: February 2006 - Alleged JI head ________ extradited from Indonesia and detained without trial under the ISA.
SingaporeMas Selamat bin KastariJemaah IslamiyahRoyal Malaysian Police

Question 3: 1966________, a member of the Barisan Sosialis, was detained without trial for 32 years under the ISA.
Chia Thye PohPolitical prisonerNelson MandelaSingapore

Question 4: During parliamentary debates, Malayan Prime Minister ________ stated that the ISA would only be applied against only the remaining Communist insurgents.
Abdul RazakTunku Abdul RahmanUnited Malays National OrganisationMalaysia

Question 5: The author of the ISA, ________, a British lawyer, author and professor, said in 1989, in connection with Malaysia:
BruneiDarwin, Northern TerritorySingaporeHugh Hickling

Question 6: The legislation originated in the wake of ________, when a number of countries around the world introduced legislation that severely curtailed the rights of known or suspected communists.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupationsCollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 7: He spent the last nine years under forms of house arrest and civil rights restrictions, including confinement on the island of ________.
Southern IslandsSentosaJurong IslandPulau Brani

Question 8: The Internal Security Act (ISA) of ________[1] confers on the government the right to arrest and detain individuals without trial in certain defined circumstances.

Question 9: British colonial Malaya introduced a set of 'Emergency Regulations' in 1948 during the ________ in response to a communist uprising.
Malayan EmergencyCommunist Insurgency WarNorth BorneoMalaysia


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