Aiseyman! Under MENDAKI Halimah Yacob and Farid Khan would not qualify as Malay!

Dear admin, My younger sister is married to a Singaporean Arab. His son, that is my nephew, was accepted into NTU about 10 years ago. He applied for Mendaki Scholarship but was rejected because he was NOT considered a Malay by Mendaki. My nephew is considered of Arab race based on his identity card as my brother-in-law is an Arab

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“Historic” Muslim primary winner married her brother while she was already married

“Ilhan Omar: Her back pages, visit this site ” By Scott Johnson, approved   Powerline, and (thanks to Dr. Andrew Bostom):   Somali American Ilhan Omar defeated 22-term incumbent Phyllis Kahn for the nomination of the DFL to serve as the representative of House District 60B in the state legislature. Omar came in first in a three-way primary race for

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Aiseyman! ISIS sympathiser says that Singapore’s secular state needs to be replaced by an Islamic Caliphate!


In the wake of the violent attacks on France carried out by ISIS, sympathiser of the terror group and conservative Muslim activist Zulfikar Shariff has come out to say that the only way to minimise the conflict between Islam and the West is for the Khilafah to be re-established immediately, replacing our ‘Western imposed’ secular state.   So his peaceful

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Aiseyman! Why can’t Muslims be ambassadors for PinkDot?


This year’s PinkDot ambassadors include Maimunah Bagharib and Hirzi Zulkiflie of MunahHirzi fame. While it is not known how PinkDot chooses and decides on who gets to represent them, it is doubtful that Munah and Hirzi were forced into doing it. In other words, they did it on their own free will and made the conscious decision to participate. Both

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Aiseyman Art Fazil Spot On Lah: We Need More Local Heroes Please!

Art Fazil

For musician Art Fazil, sildenafil the exhibition he curated for this year’s Singapore Heritage Festival, Ole Ole Temasek: 50 Years Of Singapore Malay Pop Music, is more than just about music — it’s about culture. “The approach is more of an exhibition of Malay pop culture, or even Singapore culture, in a way,” he said. “Even though it’s about the

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