Singapore detains businessman who sponsored Malaysian Islamic State fighter and was planning attack on Freemasons lodge

A Singaporean man, who gave financial support to a Syria-based Islamic State (IS) militant from Malaysia, has been detained under the city state’s tough internal security laws, authorities said on Friday.
The 48-year-old businessman, Mohamed Kazali Salleh, was among seven men nabbed by Singapore and Malaysian authorities for suspected involvement in terrorism-related activities.
The arrest highlights the continued influence of Southeast Asian militants fighting with IS in Iraq and Syria…