I DISAGREE with this view.
Muslims in Singapore have been very active in inter-religious dialogues and other related activities.
I must say that at times some quarters of our community even say that we are even “overdoing” those things because we seem to have to keep on proving to others that we are indeed Singaporeans.
It seems, time and again Muslims in Singapore must always prove themselves to be okay.
Muslims in Singapore have contributed so much in ensuring racial and religious harmony, over and above the contributions we’ve made in other aspects of nation building.
And yet now, we are being accused of having grown more distant.
Why must the authorities cast aspersions on Muslims in Singapore?
Source: Mohd Khair