Or else, non-highly religious people might hear it and shake their heads.
Messages disseminated by highly religious organisations should receive ratings from the Singapore authorities, as these messages can be offensive to the practices of non-highly religious people.
Singapore works hard to protect religious and non-religious harmony, but the government could do more.
The authorities has regularly given performances and movies restricted ratings for provocative content. But is that sufficient?
If performances and fictional works such as movies have been given ratings, shouldn’t highly religious organisations also be given a rating for their highly religious messages too? Why are they so special as to be exempted?
Highly religious organisations put forth their messages at places that are highly accessible to the public as they boasts of having open architecture.
So non-highly religious people, including underaged persons, can listen to the messages just standing outside these highly religious venues, which might cause them to be at a loss for words and shake their heads.
Jiang Fei Hua