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Muslim-only launderette now open to all

KANGAR: The owner of the launderette in Jalan Kampung Bakau here which served only Muslims has decided to extend its services to non-Muslims.

Pieces of white paper cover the sign at the launderette

Launderette owner covers 'Muslim-only' sign

KANGAR: The owner of the self-service launderette in Jalan Kampung Bakau here has covered a sign that says the laundry "is dedicated for Muslim use only."

The sign that says the shop is opened to Muslims only is now covered with paper

‘It is okay as long as there is no visible unclean elements’

PETALING JAYA: There is no problem in Muslims and non-Muslims sharing the washing machines at launderettes “as long as there are no visible unclean elements”, said Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) senior lecturer and independent religious speaker Dr Shauqi Othman.

Muslim-only launderette in Perlis

KANGAR: Another launderette serving only Muslims has been found to be operating in Perlis – just as the Sultan of Johor and the Government have sent out a message that such segregation must not happen in Malaysia.

Not for all: The green sign on the left inside the launderette in Kangar, Perlis, states that it is for Muslims only.

Laundrette issue raises concern

PETALING JAYA: The Muslim-only policy adopted by a self-service laundrette in Muar, Johor, has raised concern that it will lead to more narrow-minded decisions that will not augur well for multicultural Malaysia.

Perlis mufti: 'Muslim only' launderette narrow-minded

ALOR SETAR: Datuk Dr Mohd Asri Zainal Abidin has joined the criticisms thrown at a launderette's "Muslims only" policy in Muar, Johor.

Stop the violence, Suu Kyi told

PETALING JAYA: Myanmar ambassador to Malaysia U Sein Oo was summoned by the Government over the escalation of violence against the Rohingya in Rakhine State.

Perak Mufti: It’s zina if illegitimate kids take on fathers’ names

KUALA LUMPUR: Those who are in favour of illegitimate Muslim children taking on their fathers’ names are legitimising zina (sexual intercourse outside of marriage), says Perak Mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria.

Perak mufti: Allowing a Muslim child born out of wedlock to take father's name legitimises adultery

KUALA LUMPUR: The "new view" to allow a Muslim child conceived out of wedlock to take the father's name would legitimise adultery, said the Perak mufti.

Doing the right thing

Despite having to weather all sorts of criticisms, Faridah Khalid has persisted in her work to uphold values such as justice, accountability, unity and respect among Malaysians.

Words of wisdom: ‘If you have never been on the ground, don’t be judgmental,’ says Faridah.

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