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《Southeast Asian Studies》 2018-03
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A Brief Analysis of Singapore's Religious De-radicalization Program——A Case Study of Religious Rehabilitation Group

FU Yu;Institute for 21st Century Silk Road Studies,Jinan University;  
In response to the terrorist and extremist threats faced by Singapore,"Religious Rehabilitation Group"was established in 2003 as a crucial organization to deal with radicalization from a religious perspective. "Religious Rehabilitation Group"seeks to correct the detainee extremist religious ideology,to help them return to society after being released and also to protect the Muslim community against religious extremism through public education. For more than a decade,"Religious Rehabilitation Group"has succeeded in blockading the spread of religious extremism,but it still faces a series of challenges. The paper introduces the aim,method and feature of "Religious Rehabilitation Group"and seeks to provide references for coping with radicalization-related issues based on a brief literature review.
【Fund】: 2016年度教育部人文社会科学重点研究基地项目“华侨华人与我国‘一带一路’战略的实施”(16JJD810006)
【CateGory Index】: D733.9
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