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Stamford Law did not draft any will of the late PM Lee Kuan Yew, said Lee Hsien Yang

  Stamford Law did not draft any will of the late founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew, said his youngest son Mr Lee Hsien Yang on Friday (Jun 16), as the dispute between Prime Minister Lee...

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Jun 16 · 2 min read >

Kesangsian dalam penukaran wasiat terakhir Encik Lee

Rumusan tentang apa yang Perdana Menteri Lee Hsien Loong sudah beritahu kepada Jawatankuasa Menteri mengenai wasiat terakhir Lee Kuan Yew: – Terdapat 6 wasiat oleh Encik Lee Kuan Yew sebelum yang terakhir yakni pada 17 Disember...

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Jun 16 · 1 min read >

JUST IN: Singapore’s first female extremist detained is an infant care assistant

Singapore has detained its first female citizen for radicalism under the Internal Security Act (ISA), said the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday (June 12).   Syaikhah Izzah Zahrah Al Ansari, a 22-year-old contract infant-care...

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Jun 12 · 1 min read >

Halal-Restaurant Serving “Marinated Pork Chunks”

Some time back, I received a Whatsapp forward claiming that a halal-certified restaurant was serving pork. Supporting this claim was an attached snapshot of the evidence: a newspaper article reviewing the restaurant, with the words “marinated...

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Apr 13 · 1 min read >

Lessons We Can Learn From Imam Nalla’s Case

It’s been a difficult time for our community with the unfolding of events involving Imam Nalla of Jamae Chulia Mosque. In February, Terence Helikaon Nunis uploaded Imam Nalla’s sermon on to social media. In it, Imam...

Apr 6 · 4 min read >

This Story May Make You Rethink of Your Choice of Knowledge

Born Muslim or a Muslim convert? Doesn’t matter. This story may make you rethink– about whether you are ready to read the flooding facebook comments about liking/sharing posts about posting your own comments We came across...

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Apr 5 · 2 min read >

The Trap of Complaining

If anybody says “Singaporeans like to complain”, very few Singaporeans will disagree. Don’t try hitching a ride with a driver-friend (or even just being in a taxi with a grumpy driver) in rush hour. The driver...

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Mar 13 · 1 min read >

How much should we pay for water?

Jokes about ponding aside, Singaporeans are no strangers to the issue of water scarcity. Thanks to our endless water campaigns and nagging parents or teachers, we generally do acknowledge being fortunate enough to have unfettered access...

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Mar 13 · 1 min read >