It is high time that our Malay community ask what’s the contribution of the Malay PAP MPs so far. We know they failed to speak up for the Malay Muslim community about the hijab issue. They placed the sole burden of responsibility on the shoulder of our Mufti. In fact, they went underground and agree with the gov’s position contrary to the very people that they are supposed to represent.
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- Contrary to What PM Lee Said
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PM Lee announced today that the government is accepting all the recommendations of the Committee to Strengthen National Service (CSNS) and will be working with MINDEF to implement all the changes. The CSNS has been on a yearlong feed-back exercise to work out new ways to strengthen National Service and keep it relevant in today’s society.
Temasek Holdings announced that they will be appointing three new directors to its board so that they will have 13 directors in total. The three new additions are Mr Robert Ng Chee Siong, Mr Bobby Chin Yoke Choong and Mr Peter Robert Voser. Ng and Chin will be joining from June 10 while Voser will only start serving on the board from 1st January next year.
StarHub has confirmed that they are having difficulties with their 3G network and customers have been unable to make calls since this morning. Starhub said that they are aware of the problem, and have asked subscribers to switch to the 2G network in order to make calls. The issue is affecting customers in the West and Central areas.
After Roy Ngerng’s apology to Hsien Loong and his withdrawal of some posts in his blog, the defamation suit is now in court pending a hearing in July. This is becoming a case where Hsien Loong cannot lose and it would be a matter of how much would the damages be for tarnishing his reputation. The big question in everyone’s mind, and in Hsien Loong’s as well, is whether he wants to pursue and win this case.
THERE have been many comments about the inflexibility, necessity and transparency of the Central Provident Fund (CPF). However, the scheme is beneficial, despite the perceived disadvantages. If the CPF scheme is done away with, then we must be really disciplined in order to save enough for the down payment of our property. All the grants related to the CPF would also be gone. Some ask why CPF pays only a 2.5 per cent to 4 per cent return on our money.
British Foreign Talents, Timothy Nicholas Goldring, 60, and John Andrew Nordman, 55, were sentenced to 7 and 8 years in jail for 18 charges of cheating. The two men had been part of a sham investment scheme where investors were mislead into believing that investing into their land banking firm, Profitable Plots, would be a fairly safe investment which could yield about 12.5% profits over 6 months.
After 50 years, Pete Cahall, the principal of Woodrow Wilson High School in Washngton, D.C came out at the school’s annual gay pride celebration. "I never made this declaration before because I did not want my kids to think differently of me or to not respect me," Cahall told the students. "I have been in the shadows, but I am liberated today." David Catania, the D.C. Council’s first openly gay member who came out as gay when he was 20, said he knew the “silent, quiet, isolating sense of desperation” of living in the closet, and said Cahall’s announcement sent a message not just about acceptance and courage, but also about honesty and integrity. “I think this is the most important lesson that these students will learn this year."
Hasil kajian yang dilakukan Jawatankuasa Suara Musyawarah mendedahkan berlaku penindasan atau diskriminasi yang serius mencakupi semua aspek kehidupan terhadap orang Melayu Islam di Singapura walaupun mereka juga adalah warganegara bertanggungjawab. Kajian itu yang dipetik daripada Suara Musyawarah Perbincangan dengan Masyarakat - Laporan Jawatankuasa Julai 2013 memberitahu, walaupun masyarakat Melayu Islam Singapura memiliki semangat nasionalisme serta kekitaan yang tinggi, namun pandangan stereotaip dan persepsi negatif terhadap mereka masih lagi wujud dan dilihat sebagai satu bentuk diskriminasi.