People walk through the Merlion Park in Singapore on June 11. The country has laws that empower the state to act against anyone who causes feelings of enmity between different religious groups. Photo: EPA-EFEPeople walk through the Merlion Park in Singapore on June 11. The country has laws that empower the state to act against anyone who causes feelings of enmity between different religious groups. Photo: EPA-EFE
People walk through the Merlion Park in Singapore on June 11. The country has laws that empower the state to act against anyone who causes feelings of enmity between different religious groups. Photo: EPA-EFE

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People walk through the Merlion Park in Singapore on June 11. The country has laws that empower the state to act against anyone who causes feelings of enmity between different religious groups. Photo: EPA-EFEPeople walk through the Merlion Park in Singapore on June 11. The country has laws that empower the state to act against anyone who causes feelings of enmity between different religious groups. Photo: EPA-EFE
People walk through the Merlion Park in Singapore on June 11. The country has laws that empower the state to act against anyone who causes feelings of enmity between different religious groups. Photo: EPA-EFE
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