LET’S HOLD A DONATION DRIVE FOR WIFE OF MAN SHOT DEAD BY POLICE?

Salam admin allSingaporestuff.com,

I refer to article “DECEASED WIFE: IS THE POLICE JUSTIFIED TO SHOOT DEAD MY HUSBAND BECAUSE HE RUN AWAY?” [ http://www.allsingaporestuff.com/article/deceased-wife-police-justified-shoot-dead-my-husband-because-he-run-away ]

I am very sad to read the accounts of Miss Nassida Nasir. She is young and has a young 2 month old baby to look after. Her future is very bright. Unfortunately, her bright future is ruined following the death of his husband – who was shot dead by the Singapore Police.

I will not agree fully with what the police had done because the police officers could have shot the tyres instead. How come police has to use lethal force to take away a person’s life and destroyed a blissful family? No one has the right to take away a person’s life except God.. The police officer who killed a person will not sleep peacefully at night…. Remember, the driver who was shot dead is not a terrorist! Now Miss Nassida has to live without her husband..and her child is now fatherless…

I shall question whether the police was acting on bias because of the news hype around two young boys in our community who was detained under ISA for ALLEGED terrorism charges? And the security measures went into overdrive? Can our opposition members in parliament file questions to our Honourable Mr Teo Chee Hean? We need real oppositions in parliament to ask real questions that concerns our lives as Muslims.

I appeal to the kind hearted Singaporeans, Muslims and non-Muslims alike – let us hold a donation drive for Miss Nassida Nasir. She is going through a tough period and she needs financial assistance to buy baby necessities. Her husband’s life was wrongfully taken away but let’s give her and her child the life they deserve.

Mohammad Khairul
A.S.S. Contributor

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