Singapore - At approximately 11 a.m. this morning, a debate was going on at the OPMUN conference in National Junior College, when three armed terrorists barged into the room and demanded for their leaders to be released from jail. Failure to comply would lead to killing of the missing religious leaders.
A debate was held relating to this crisis in the Presidential Council for Minority Rights.
Venerable Sik suggested that we could seek help from the UN to diffuse the issue. However, this brought about disapproval by Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam who claimed that contacting the UN for help would take up too much time.
Mr Abdulah Tarmugi agreed with Dr Tony Tan Keng Yam and said that the Singaporean military forces could be trusted to fight the terrorists as they have proved their ability before.
If the leaders of the terrorist group were not released, a decision would have to be made as one of the religious leaders would have to be killed. The other three would be released safely. For every thirty minute interval where a decision is not made, one leader would be randomly chosen to be poisoned to death.
Armed Forces have been deployed in each constituency to diffuse the situation. The public is urged to stay calm and report any suspicious activity that can be linked to terrorism immediately.
PM Lee Hsien Loong wants to tell the public that no one will be harmed. All races and religions are equal and terrorism will not be tolerated.