Mufti Nazirudin welcomes the likely shift in policy on nurses wearing the tudung with their uniform and expressed deep appreciation of the opportunity to continuously provide feedback on many national issues including the tudung. In his reply, PM Lee thank the Mufti and MUIS for their support in Government's deliberations on the matter and said that change has to be carefully considered and gradual so that when it comes, it is understood by all communities and thus strengthen, rather than weaken, our social cohesion.
It is irresponsible of the Workers' Party Faisal Manap to raise the issue in Parliament.
His approach is divisive and clearly political. It's meant to stir the angst of people. One must remember that Faisal also famously declared in Parliament that politics and religion cannot be separated. Just imagine if believers of every other religion adopt the same stand in Parliament and freely mix politics with religion on every occasion.
This precarious harmony that we have so diligently and conscientiously built, that is the envy of the world, will be fragmented in no time.
While discussions behind closed doors had been ongoing for many years, Faisal chose to raise it in Parliament to score political points and claim credits when change has in fact evolved.
Main focus for students with gender dysphoria is to provide them with a conducive learning environment and support their overall wellbeing.
Tackling inequality: a collective effort by the Government, educationists, social workers, employers, unions, community, individuals & families.
Sudhir's 'analysis' of the 4G leadership, scant on substance, is nothing but a reproduction of his friends' opinions and his own conjectures.
Heading to a hawker centre for breakfast or lunch? You're stepping into a UNESCO's intangible cultural heritage of humanity.
The harmful effects of cannabis are proven. Who decide on the medicinal benefits of cannabis? Doctors or companies seeking to make huge profits?