Singapore's Controversial Internal Security Act
National security or political persecution?
By: Murray Hunter
Singapore, which has long been the target of academics, historians, jurists, journalists, and international NGOs over its draconian Internal Security Act (ISA), has switched gears from surveilling Communists to Islamists, raising concerns that the government is overreaching as it did in going after leftist.
The government’s use of the IS…
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