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Archbishop Slammed for Perceived Sermon Remarks

Archbishop Slammed for Perceived Sermon Remarks

The Christian Post, 11 December 2009 The leader of the Singapore Anglican Church has been fiercely criticised by members of the public for some remarks he was perceived to have made in a sermon about family units with single, divorced or same-sex parents. Archbishop John Chew, who was reported by an established mainstream newspaper... 

Statement from the Singapore Anti-Death Penalty Campaign

Statement from the Singapore Anti-Death Penalty Campaign

(Article sent by posted by request of Ms Rachel Zeng) We are very encouraged by the Court of Appeal’s grant of hearing and second stay of execution to Yong Vui Kong that was made on 8 Dec 2009. It is a heartening turn of events for us at the SADPC. We congratulate Yong and our co-campaigner M Ravi on their success. Throughout... 

Singapore: censorship city

Singapore: censorship city

By Ben Bland for Index on Censorship When Reporters without Borders released its annual press freedom index last month, the Singapore government was not best pleased to find the city-state ranked 133rd out of 175 countries, below the likes of Kenya and Congo. Singapore’s law minister, K Shanmugam, dismissed the low ranking... 



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