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Singapore jails teenager for hurting God's feelings

Amos Yee, a 17-year-old blogger in Singapore, is to spend six weeks in jail for "wounding religious feelings." It is his second such jail term: he spent a month in jail last year for criticizing Christianity. The teenager's latest trial was closely watched by rights groups, who argue that the case threatens freedom of expression. Phil Robertson of Human Rights Watch said Singapore now needs to review its approach in dealing with cases like Yee's, who is likely to benefit from the publicity.
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