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    Sunday, July 18, 2010




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    famiLEE LEEgime declared war against it own gallows' ghosts






    There shouldn't be any funny about death penalty, but famiLEE LEEgime had achieved it! These clowns and made things so ironical, it can not be not funny any more!




    Jul 18, 2010

    UK man arrested over book

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    Mr Alan Shadrake's arrest comes just two days after a police report was lodged by the Media Development Authority. -- PHOTO: COURTESY OF ALAN SHADRAKE

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    A BRITISH national who was in Singapore to launch his book which discusses the death penalty in this country was arrested on Sunday morning.

    Mr Alan Shadrake's arrest comes just two days after a police report was lodged by the Media Development Authority.

    In response to queries from The Straits Times on Sunday, a police spokesman said that amongst other things, Mr Shadrake is being investigated for alleged offences of criminal defamation.

    The veteran freelance journalist has also been served with an order by the Attorney-General to attend court for contempt of court, based on the contents of the book.

    The Straits Times understands that the alleged offences are related to the 75-year-old's latest book titled Once A Jolly Hangman: Singapore Justice In The Dock.

    The 219-page book is filled with accounts of high-profile cases in Singapore involving the use of the death penalty and includes interviews with the country's former executioner Mr Darshan Singh.


    There are 2 unrelated news today, but more funny if you read them together, as they all appeared together at http://news.google.com">news.google.com site.




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    Jul 18, 2010

    http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_555075.html">Photographer handcuffed

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    <!-- end left side bar --> http://www.straitstimes.com/STI/STIMEDIA/image/20100718/photog.jpg" class="stimage" width="330" /> Wanbao's chief photographer Shafie Goh shows the cudd marks on his arm. -- PHOTO: WANBAO

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    THE flood last Saturday morning not only dampened the mood of residents who woke up surrounded by rainwater but also that of photojournalist Shafie Goh.
    The 57-year-old veteran Lianhe Wanbao photojournalist was snapping shots of the flood in the Bukit Timah area when he was told by a policeman to move away. Minutes later, he was handcuffed.
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    Jul 17, 2010

    http://www.straitstimes.com/BreakingNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_554811.html">Policies on bullying needed

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    Bullying has become a growing concern among educators here. A survey by the Singapore Children's Society in 2006 found one in five pupils was a bully victim in school. -- ST PHOTO: LIM SIN THAI

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    JUST as schools have strict policies about plagiarism, they should have the same for bullying too.

    That is what experts called for on Saturday at the Bully Free Forum 2010, an event organised as part of the Bully-Free programme, which aims to promote bully awareness.



    So where is the policy against bullies by famiLEE LEEgime? The arrest of photographer and authors are clearly the oppressive bullies conducted by lame bastard famiLEE LEEgime!












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    I arrested this Ang Moh to prevent him from RADICALISATION against PAP GOVT.
    Understand?



    http://news.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne...19-227704.html


    Intervene early to prevent radicalisation
    Mon, Jul 19, 2010
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    SINGAPORE is not immune to the global concern of jihadist radicalisation and a multi-pronged approach must
    be taken in order to counter the spread and influence of jihadist ideology, said Deputy PM and Minister for
    Home Affairs (MHA) Mr Wong Kan Seng.

    He also said that early intervention is the best way to "save someone from the road to radicalisation" and
    that it should not be seen as a betrayal, as it is the "socially and morally responsible thing to do".

    Mr Wong was responding to questions posed by MP of Holland-Bukit Timah GRC, Mr Christopher de Souza, on
    what more can be done to prevent jihadist radicalisation in Singapore at a parliament session on Monday.

    MP of Marine Parade GRC, Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, also asked Mr Wong on how Singaporeans can tackle the
    issue of accessing terrorist-related information on the Internet.

    Early this month, a self-radicalised full-time national serviceman was detained under the Internal Security
    Act early July and two Singaporeans were placed on Restriction Orders (RO).

    In his speech, Mr Wong addressed these concerns by advising mosques and Islamic institutions in Singapore
    to be vigilant and "keep a close watch on individuals who teach, preach or conduct activities at their
    premises".

    Foreign religious teachers or speakers who wish to teach or give speeches on religion here, will need to
    obtain a letter of support from the Islamic Religious Council (MUIS) before an Employment Pass or Work Pass
    can be granted by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM).

    Mr Wong also advised local Islamic institutions and Muslims to only engage properly qualified teachers.

    Although it has been suggested that the government block radical websites, the Deputy PM said that it would
    be a "futile exercise", as the reach of the Internet makes it "practically impossible to interdict all
    radical websites."

    Therefore, educating the general Muslim public and alerting them to the "falsehoods of jihadist ideology"
    is critical, said Mr Wong.

    Singaporeans must play a part

    Singaporeans must not turn a blind eye or be unwilling to heed warning signs when they notice someone close
    to them is on the path of radicalisation, warned Mr Wong.

    He raised the example of self-radicalised national serviceman, Muhammad Fadil bin Abdul Hamid, 20, who had
    been detained for two years, and Muhammad Thahir bin Shaik Dawood, 27, who was placed on RO.

    Mr Wong said that the two had let people close to them know that they were interested in militant jihad and
    these people had noticed they were surfing radical websites, but none of them sought help from the
    religious or government authorities.

    Instead, they had "brushed aside Fadil and Thahir's jihadist talks as not serious".

    Security and integrity of SAF, MINDEF not affected

    During his parliamentary speech, Mr Wong also expressed that the recent jihadist cases "have not affected
    the security and integrity of the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), or Ministry of Defence's (MINDEF) view of
    other Malay or Muslim servicemen".

    He reiterated that "investigations have shown that Fadil was a solitary individual who took the wrong path"
    and that security agencies in MINDEF and MHA worked closely tgoether and acted as soon as there was
    sufficient indication that Fadil was a security risk.

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    How about MSK??? Mr. Wong?...and the two non-jihad artists???

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