Monthly Archives: June 2018

Reviving kampung spirit via “Ketupat-thon” 

Reviving kampung spirit via “Ketupat-thon”  More than 3,000 ketupat casings, weaved from stripped young coconut leaves, were hand-made in a marathon dubbed “Ketupat-thon”, a 12-hour feat for charity at the newly-opened Wisma Geylang Serai yesterday. “Ketupat-thon Charity” was led by … Continue reading

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Singapore mosques hold Khatam Qur’an as Ramadan ends

Singapore mosques hold Khatam Qur’an as Ramadhan ends The World Qur’an Hour is a day during which Islamic institutions and mosques in Muslim communities in a number of countries hold Qur’an reading for an hour on a day in Ramadhan … Continue reading

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Eh!  She did all the hard work and I got the name! 

Eh!  She did all the hard work and I got the name!  I do not know if any Malay Muslim lady had ever got her name mangled into a rojak (food that has a mixture of various fruits and raw … Continue reading

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Qur’an reading: Capturing the Qur’anic spirit for better living

World Qur’an Hour Qur’an reading: Capturing the Qur’anic spirit for better living The Qur’an is the greatest blessing that God – “Allah” in Islam – has been given to Muslims. This Islamic Holy Book ensures that, by following its guidance, … Continue reading

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