Aiseyman! ISURAMUYA Japanese Restaurant claims to be Halal but it is NOT MUIS certified!

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In a reddit thread posted yesterday, web the user lattakia revealed his intentions to organise 2 concurrent Gay Pride Parades in Malaysia (tentatively Johor Bahru and Ipoh) soon and has even secured an anonymous sponsor!

He said that his goal for the event is to promote inclusiveness and LGBT rights where people of all walks of life (whether gay/trans) will be invited to join in.

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Quite a few LGBT supporters who commented on his post have expressed their worry that the Malaysian authorities would not take too kindly to the event, and may use force to clamp down hard on the LGBT community and attendees. Others have expressed their reservations that conservative and religious Malaysian public is not ready for such an event, which may deter people from attending.

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However, there are also a few supporters who feel that such events are necessary, even though it may be dangerous, to make a point and stand up for LGBT rights to be acknowledged in Malaysia.

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What do you think? Do you think Malaysia should have their own Gay Pride Parade just as we have Pink Dot in Singapore?

 

 
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In a reddit thread posted yesterday, web the user lattakia revealed his intentions to organise 2 concurrent Gay Pride Parades in Malaysia (tentatively Johor Bahru and Ipoh) soon and has even secured an anonymous sponsor!

He said that his goal for the event is to promote inclusiveness and LGBT rights where people of all walks of life (whether gay/trans) will be invited to join in.

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Quite a few LGBT supporters who commented on his post have expressed their worry that the Malaysian authorities would not take too kindly to the event, and may use force to clamp down hard on the LGBT community and attendees. Others have expressed their reservations that conservative and religious Malaysian public is not ready for such an event, which may deter people from attending.

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However, there are also a few supporters who feel that such events are necessary, even though it may be dangerous, to make a point and stand up for LGBT rights to be acknowledged in Malaysia.

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What do you think? Do you think Malaysia should have their own Gay Pride Parade just as we have Pink Dot in Singapore?

 

 
malaysia-gay-pride-parade

In a reddit thread posted yesterday, here the user lattakia revealed his intentions to organise 2 concurrent Gay Pride Parades in Malaysia (tentatively Johor Bahru and Ipoh) soon and has even secured an anonymous sponsor!

He said that his goal for the event is to promote inclusiveness and LGBT rights where people of all walks of life (whether gay/trans) will be invited to join in.

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Quite a few LGBT supporters who commented on his post have expressed their worry that the Malaysian authorities would not take too kindly to the event, advice and may use force to clamp down hard on the LGBT community and attendees. Others have expressed their reservations that conservative and religious Malaysian public is not ready for such an event, viagra dosage which may deter people from attending.

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However, there are also a few supporters who feel that such events are necessary, even though it may be dangerous, to make a point and stand up for LGBT rights to be acknowledged in Malaysia.

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_3

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_4
What do you think? Do you think Malaysia should have their own Gay Pride Parade just as we have Pink Dot in Singapore?

 

 
malaysia-gay-pride-parade

In a reddit thread posted yesterday, web the user lattakia revealed his intentions to organise 2 concurrent Gay Pride Parades in Malaysia (tentatively Johor Bahru and Ipoh) soon and has even secured an anonymous sponsor!

He said that his goal for the event is to promote inclusiveness and LGBT rights where people of all walks of life (whether gay/trans) will be invited to join in.

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Quite a few LGBT supporters who commented on his post have expressed their worry that the Malaysian authorities would not take too kindly to the event, and may use force to clamp down hard on the LGBT community and attendees. Others have expressed their reservations that conservative and religious Malaysian public is not ready for such an event, which may deter people from attending.

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_2jpg

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However, there are also a few supporters who feel that such events are necessary, even though it may be dangerous, to make a point and stand up for LGBT rights to be acknowledged in Malaysia.

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_3

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_4
What do you think? Do you think Malaysia should have their own Gay Pride Parade just as we have Pink Dot in Singapore?

 

 
malaysia-gay-pride-parade

In a reddit thread posted yesterday, here the user lattakia revealed his intentions to organise 2 concurrent Gay Pride Parades in Malaysia (tentatively Johor Bahru and Ipoh) soon and has even secured an anonymous sponsor!

He said that his goal for the event is to promote inclusiveness and LGBT rights where people of all walks of life (whether gay/trans) will be invited to join in.

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016
Quite a few LGBT supporters who commented on his post have expressed their worry that the Malaysian authorities would not take too kindly to the event, advice and may use force to clamp down hard on the LGBT community and attendees. Others have expressed their reservations that conservative and religious Malaysian public is not ready for such an event, viagra dosage which may deter people from attending.

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_2jpg

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_5
However, there are also a few supporters who feel that such events are necessary, even though it may be dangerous, to make a point and stand up for LGBT rights to be acknowledged in Malaysia.

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_3

Gay_pride_malaysia_LGBT_2016_4
What do you think? Do you think Malaysia should have their own Gay Pride Parade just as we have Pink Dot in Singapore?

 

 
Dear Muslim people, what is ed Please take note!

ISURAMUYA Japanese Restaurant at Jcube is NOT HALAL CERTIFIED BY MUIS. The restaurant DO NOT HAVE any Halal certification awarded by MUIS. However, illness the restaurant FB page indicates that it is a Halal certified restaurant, and the shopping mall Jcube has also advertised them as Halal, and has abused the Halal MUIS sticker, as displayed in the image below.

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Please understand and know that only Halal certified restaurants are ALLOWED to use the Halal MUIS sticker. Any restaurant or eatery who is in the process of application, have yet to apply or are deemed unsuitable to be awarded the Halal cert ARE NOT ALLOWED to display the Halal certification. However, Jcube has displayed the Halal sticker below, misleading the Muslim consumers into believing that it is a Halal certified restaurant. It is an offence under the Administration of Muslim Law Act.

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Unless the restaurant claims that it is Muslim-owned, it is NOT safe for consumption as long it is NOT properly certified by MUIS. Ingredients such as the sauces contain mirin, sake, mentsuyu sauce usually has ALCOHOL CONTENT, and only MUIS can verify the ingredients used for the sauces. The chicken meat in the restaurant might also not be properly slaughtered in accordance to Halal standard.

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Dear consumers I urge all of you to refrain yourself from eating at such restaurants that do not have a valid Halal certificate, although they claim they are in the process. Be safe, because the food we consume affects the ibadah we make.

Check on the list of Halal restaurants by MUIS here:
http://www.halal.sg/Consumer/general.html

Nadia S