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Omar Jaafar says received verbal notice he is no longer Melaka Speaker after chaotic one-day sitting
MELAKA: Former Melaka Speaker Datuk Wira Omar Jaafar says he has received a verbal notice from the secretary of the state assembly informing him that he is no longer in office effective Monday (May 11).
KUALA LUMPUR: It has been almost two months that Malaysians persevered under the Movement Control Order (MCO), and then the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO). The order by the government, enforced since March 18, was to break the chain of the Covid-19 (coornavirus) infection in the country.
JAFFA, Israel (Reuters) - Shortly after sunset, Muslims in the ancient Israeli port city of Jaffa filed quietly into an empty parking lot for Ramadan prayers, after the coronavirus outbreak forced mosques to close in Israel and the Palestinian territories.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Governments of Asian nations with large Muslim populations urged people to keep their distance while observing their faith as Islam's fasting month of Ramadan began on Friday, shrouded in fear over the coronavirus.
GAZA/JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The electric lanterns and ornate decorations of Ramadan would normally be hanging in the streets of Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem by now, but not this year amid coronavirus restrictions and growing economic woes.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): While the majority of Muslims in Indonesia are waiting for a formal government announcement on the start of Ramadan, some Muslims in Maluku started fasting on Wednesday (April 22), performing their first tarawih (Ramadan night prayers) of the holy month on Tuesday.
ALGIERS/CAIRO/JAKARTA (Reuters) - Days before the holy fasting month of Ramadan begins, the Islamic world is grappling with an untimely paradox of the new coronavirus pandemic: enforced separation at a time when socialising is almost sacred.
KLANG; Selangor Ruler Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah has decreed that the suspension of all activities in mosques, suraus and musollahs will be extended until May 31.
The country’s Religious Affairs Ministry has issued prayer and worship guidelines for the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, asking Muslims not to hold joint breaking fast gatherings and pray at home instead, as part of the country’s physical distancing policy to curb the spread of Covid-19.