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Leaders of the Singapore Muslim community describe Muslim religious life in the city since 1968 when the Singapore Parliament passed the the Administration of Muslim Law Act, which led to the formation of Muis (Islamic Religious Council of Singapore).
The Government maintains a semiofficial relationship with the Muslim community through the Islamic Religious Council (MUIS), which was set up under the Administration of Muslim Law Act. The MUIS advises the Government on concerns of the Muslim community, drains the approved weekly sermon, regulates some Muslim religious matters, and oversees a mosque-building fund financed by voluntary payroll deductions.
The Government maintains a semi-official relationship with the Muslim community through the Islamic Religious Council (MUIS), which was set up under the Administration of Muslim Law Act. The MUIS advises the Government on concerns of the Muslim community, drafts the approved weekly sermon, regulates some Muslim religious matters, and oversees a mosque building fund financed by voluntary payroll deductions.
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