PERKIMPertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Malaysia (Malay: Malaysian Islamic Welfare Organization)
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Annuar claimed that PERKIM donated half of the 2.4 million ringgit ($631,579) it received from the sale to the PERKIM Trust Fund, which in turned channeled 10 percent of it to the PULO over a year ago.
He said the 1.2 million ringgit in question had been entrusted to a law firm in 2000 but is now missing and the PERKIM had lodged a complaint with police regarding the case earlier this year.
Also present were the Prime Minister's wife, Tun Dr Siti Hasmah Mohd Ali and Perkim's Honorary Secretary-General Tan Sri Mohd Yusof Noor.
On Perkim, Dr Mahathir, who is also the president of the organisation, reminded its members to indulge in missionary works guided by the true Islamic teachings.
'Hence, the other way is to take a majority decision and what is decided by the majority must be accepted with an open heart by the minority without any hue and cry,' he said in his speech at the 57th National Malaysian Islamic Welfare Association (Perkim) general annual meeting at Jalan Pahang here.
Earlier, the questionnaire was distributed to twenty Chinese Muallaf students from National University of Malaysia, each of them members of the PERKIM Student Movement (PSM).
The refugee camp in Kemumin was administered by PERKIM. The refugees were placed in the camps for 2 years and during that time they were given classes on Islamic education, the Malay language and culture and the Malaysian way of life.
In the pursuit of 'dakwah' (evangelism), Dr Mahathir, who is also Malaysia Islamic Welfare Organisation (Perkim) president, urged Muslims to show that Islam is not a 'hindrance or obstruction' to the success of the community.
Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Malaysia (PERKIM) / Muslim Welfare Organization Malaysia.
A patron of the Muslim Welfare Organisation of Malaysia (Perkim), Dr Mahathir is expected to break his fast with the group at Everly Hotel, Putrajaya.
The judgment referred to previous Federal Court rulings in the cases of Soon Singh a/l Bikar Singh v Pertubuhan Kebajikan Islam Malaysia (Perkim) Kedah and Another (1999), Lina Joy v Majlis Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan and others (2007), and Hj Ramli Abdullah v Siti Hasnah Vangarama Abdullah and another (2014).