Aiseyman! Muslimahs at Pink Dot are the epitome of religious acceptance and tolerance!

  Three cheers for the 2 Muslimahs who were all dressed up in pretty pink to attend Pink Dot 2017! They have successfully shoved it in the faces of the wear white movement! Who says Muslims have to be condemned for being part of the LGBT community? Who says Muslims cannot stand in solidarity with their LGBT friends? Not these

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Aiseyman! Malaysia to hold its very own Gay Pride Parade!

The incident of teachers from Crest Secondary School encouraging students to participate in religious activities has garnered considerable interest and concern from some in the Muslim community. In response, web they have sent a letter to MOE highlighting their concern that the secularity of our public educational institutions may have been compromised.   Dear Minister Ng, Attached is a screenshot

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Kesian siol~ Gay Muslims are the most discriminated against in Singapore!

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Think about it. If you’re Muslim, and you’re gay, chances are you are most likely to have a hard time in Singapore. Why? Although you call Singapore your home, your country doesn’t trust you enough to safeguard your homeland. Although you belong to a race which originally inhabited this island, you are now a minority in this society and looked

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Aiseyman! Conservative Christians and Muslims gang up against LGBT Community siol~

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Looks like this year, the LGBT Community will not be able to celebrate Pink Dot in peace as the same bunch of conservative religious folks are once again rallying their flock to wear white on 13 June 2015 and 18 June 2015. Besides wearing white, which is supposed to represent the purity and integrity of the institution of heterosexual marriage,

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

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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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