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INHERITANCE CLAIMS IN S’PORE ARE OPAQUE AND BADLY MISMANAGED!

However, I was shocked to learn that my late father's devious sisters who were non-muslims, had obtained a district court order laying hands on $150,000 of my late father's assets from NTUC Income and Prudential! I later found out they had falsely declared to the police and court that my late father had no other surviving kin and they would like his estates to be distributed under civil law.

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MUIS: ISIS TARNISHES ISLAM, BLACK FLAG MYTH MANIPULATED FOR POLITICAL AGENDA

The Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (MUIS) said in response to queries: “Muis would like to reiterate that the acts of ISIS tarnishes the Islamic faith and image of Muslims in general. We have communicated this through our Friday sermons previously.” No symbol or slogan, not even the writing of the two testimonies of the Islamic faith, can justify acts of terror and extremism, said MUIS quoting the scholars.

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MUFTI: MOSQUES SHOULD STAY NEUTRAL IN THE FIGHT BETWEEN PRO-GAY GROUP AND PRO-FAMILY MUSLIM GROUP

THE Office of the Mufti yesterday sent an advisory to mosque officers with guidelines on how to address issues related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender, or LGBT, lifestyles. The Mufti, Singapore's highest Islamic authority, also advised mosque management boards (MMBs) and staff not to get caught in the crossfire between a pro-family Muslim group calling itself the Wear White community and the annual Pink Dot picnic, organised in support of the LGBT community.

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PERGAS: MUSLIMS SHOULD NOT ATTEND LGBT EVENTS

On the same day that MUIS issued an internal advisory to mosques on the LGBT issue, a group of Islamic scholars and clerics called on Muslims to refrain from attending events that support the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender lifestyle or movement.

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MUIS: HELP THOSE LEADING LGBT LIFESTYLES TO ABSTAIN FROM IT

We do not agree nor approve the pervasiveness of the LGBT lifestyle, and we cannot agree to the efforts in promoting such a lifestyle. Nevertheless, we have to plan for something which will not only strengthen the resilience of our community to the LGBT lifestyle, but to also help those who have been leading this lifestyle to abstain from it, and at the same time help those who have inclinations towards this lifestyle overcome those inclinations by provdng support to them.

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89.7 Supper Club Food Court is NOT 100% Halal Certified

I am XXX, a concerned member of the public. I am a frequent diner at most Halal food Establishments in Singapore. When I mentioned Halal, I meant it to be Food Establishment that belong to Chinese owners but are certified Halal by your good office. I’m writing you this email as I noticed a few incidences that occurs at one of the Halal food establishment that is very concerning and disturbing. I feel that it’s time to bring up the matter to MUIS about this matter and for your good office to take necessary action, as the place is frequent by many Muslims.

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Amrin Amin: Potential PAP candidate for Sembawang GRC

A new face, who could be a potential election candidate for the People's Action Party, was spotted at the groundbreaking ceremony for a new integrated development in Woodlands on Saturday. He was later introduced to the media by Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Education and Manpower Hawazi Daipi - who is also the MP for Marsiling division of Sembawang GRC. He is 35-year-old Amrin Amin, a corporate lawyer with Watson, Farley and Williams Asia Practice LLP. Amrin, a member of Marsiling's Citizens' Consultative Committee for about a year, has been helping with Meet-the-People sessions.

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Public accounts watchdog concerned over continuing procurement lapses

One lapse was in the tender evaluation of construction works by the Islamic Religious Council of Singapore (Muis). For four tenders totalling $17.38 million, seven of the eight evaluation criteria were not made known to potential tenderers and incorrect information was also given to the quotation approving authority. The Ministry of Finance, which is responsible for public procurement policies and rules, said that it is requiring all the permanent secretaries and heads of agencies to report on the key findings from the procurement audits and the follow-up action each year.

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