Daily Archives: 2010-11-25

MSK saga: S’pore security force “vindicated”, says Straits Times

First escape: Mas Selamat Kastari escaped capture first in 2001. He escaped from Singapore in 2001 before authorities conducted a massive operation to arrest 13 suspected JI members in December 2001. (Wikipedia) Mas Selamat had earlier been arrested in February 2003 in the island of Bintan, Indonesia, to assist Indonesian police in their investigations of several bombings in Indonesia in 2001 …

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Blaming Malay-Muslim community? Who?

It seems that the President, the Government and the mainstream media are all urging Singaporeans not to lay blame at the Malay-Muslim community for the escape of suspected terrorist, Mas Selamat Kastari. An article in the TODAY newspaper yesterday (24 November 2010) claimed that “some netizens have resorted to lazy analysis and convenient stereotypes in explaining the actions of Mas …

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“Match Made” with the Reform Party this Saturday

Press release from The Reform Party: The Women’s Wing of the Reform Party takes great pleasure in announcing that it will be holding a Gala Film Screening Evening on the 27th November 2010.  The event will be held at the Sinema Old School (www.sinema.sg/about/gettingthere), 11B Mount Sophia from 6pm to 8pm. Directed by Mirabelle Ang, “Match Made”, follows at a …

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