Aiseyman! Muslims get married earlier, divorce also earlier siol!

Malay wedding

PEOPLE married for five to nine years made up the largest group of divorcing couples in Singapore in the past two decades. But Muslim couples are bucking this trend and splitting up earlier. In the 2003 marriage cohort, for example, 14 per cent of Muslim marriages dissolved before the fifth anniversary, compared with 10.5 per cent who did so between

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Trainee teacher should abandon her bumi-mentality and take responsibility for her own failures!

NIE

Aiseyman! MOE-sponsored trainee teacher fails her teaching practicum twice and still has the cheek to expect MOE to waive off her $76, 000 bond? This can only be a Truly Asia bumiputera mentality… And in true bumi-style, she is blaming everyone but herself for her failure. Her father claims that she is a diligent student, yet she failed her first

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Lee Kuan Yew’s Insights on the Future of Islamic Extremism (Part IV)

LKY

The late Lee Kuan Yew may have said some politically incorrect things about our Malay Muslim community but we at Aiseyman feel that his views on Islamic terrorism and extremism is worthy of being a bedtime read. Don’t worry, even if it’s too heavy for you to read at night, at least it can help you tidur!   What role

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Muslim customers also have the right to eat and shop in a dog-free environment!

cass dog

Aiseyman! Just because someone is visually impaired, does it gives her the right to demand access for herself and her guide dog to wherever? And when she is denied access to a shop because of her anjing she plays the victim by using her handicap status to call out the shop for discriminating her. If like that also can, then

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Lee Kuan Yew’s Insights on the Future of Islamic Extremism (Part III)

LKY

The late Lee Kuan Yew may have said some politically incorrect things about our Malay Muslim community but we at Aiseyman feel that his views on Islamic terrorism and extremism is worthy of being a bedtime read. Don’t worry, even if it’s too heavy for you to read at night, at least it can help you tidur!   What are

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Lee Kuan Yew’s Insights on the Future of Islamic Extremism (Part II)

LKY

The late Lee Kuan Yew may have said some politically incorrect things about our Malay Muslim community but we at Aiseyman feel that his views on Islamic terrorism and extremism is worthy of being a bedtime read. Don’t worry, even if it’s too heavy for you to read at night, at least it can help you tidur!   What are

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Lee Kuan Yew’s Insights on the Future of Islamic Extremism (Part I)

LKY

The late Lee Kuan Yew may have said some politically incorrect things about our Malay Muslim community but we at Aiseyman feel that his views on Islamic terrorism and extremism is worthy of being a bedtime read. Don’t worry, even if it’s too heavy for you to read at night, at least it can help you tidur!   What threat

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Stop treating Malays like kids and give us the respect we deserve!

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Aiseyman! When Masagos Zulkifli gets promoted, the entire Malay Muslim community gets a pat on the back for the “progress of the Malay community”. If it’s not enough that our Prime Minister patronises us, our very own Malay leaders lap up every drop of it like a primary 1 kid getting a star for successfully solving the equation 1+1=2. If

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Aiseyman! Malaysian regret not supporting Lee Kuan Yew when he ran for the Malayan elections siol!

Mahathir

FORMER Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad said Singapore has no racial issue (“Lee Kuan Yew was ‘kiasu’, says Mahathir”; Sunday). Yes, it is under control now. Mr Lee Kuan Yew was determined to solve it with a country-first approach. After Singapore’s independence, the Singapore Chinese business chamber approached him to ask that he make Chinesethe national language and official medium

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Aiseyman! Now got 2 Malay Muslim Ministers in Parliament siol!

Masagos

SINGAPORE – A reshuffling of roles within the Cabinet has resulted in a new labour chief, a new minister and three other ministers being given new appointments, as Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong renews his leadership bench ahead of the next general election. Mr Masagos Zulkifli, 51, will be promoted to a full minister from Thursday, making it the first

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