Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew has apologised for anti Muslim remarks he made in a book complaining about a lack of Muslim integration in Singapore.
Lee was correct to apologise for offending Singapore's Muslims almost 15% of the population in what he now accepts were "out of date" and in my opinion dangerous stereotypical views.
Muslims in Singapore have made enormous recent progress in education and employment along with seeing a rapidly reducing divorce rate according to Dr Yaccub Ibrahim Singapore's Minister in Charge of Muslim affairs.
LM is not in the least surprised that "Harry" has been strongly influenced by British culture and had an English education as a kid. I suggest "Harry" who appears to be going a bit senile spends more time on the golf course, being a bit more graceful in his retirement while perhaps ensuring his school of Public Policy has a course on Muslim contribution to Singapore.