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KUCHING: It will be a quiet Hari Raya Aidilfitri at Kampung Bako Hilir here after the village was placed under the enhanced movement control order until May 25.
KUCHING: The Hari Raya celebration in Sarawak is now limited to the first day of Syawal and only for immediate family members, says the state disaster management committee.
KUCHING: There will be no open house this Hari Raya but households can host their immediate family members, except in areas under the enhanced movement control order, says the Sarawak Islamic Council.
KUCHING: Hari Raya open houses will not be allowed in Sarawak but households can host their immediate family for the celebration, except in areas under an enhanced movement control order.
KUCHING: The coming Hari Raya Aidilfitri celebration in Sarawak will be limited to immediate family members only, says the state disaster management committee.
KUCHING: Mosques and surau in Sarawak have reopened for Friday prayers, with attendance limited to not more than 12 mosque officials and committee members.
KUCHING: The Sarawak Islamic Council will allow Friday prayers to be held in mosques and surau starting May 22, but to be restricted only to mosque officials.
KUCHING: Sarawak will allow Friday prayers to be held in mosques and surau in the state starting May 22, subject to certain conditions.
KUCHING: It is up to the new Federal Government to decide on the re-tabling of a constitutional amendment to restore Sarawak and Sabah's status as equal partners in Malaysia, says Datuk Patinggi Abang Johari Tun Openg.