Community Efforts against Drugs 

Cut by A/P Muhammad Faishal during Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) Committee of Supply Debate 2020 Community Efforts against Drugs  I thank the Ministry for the various outreach efforts on drug abuse and community involvements to protect our people from drug abuse and rehabilitate the offenders and help their families. Among these efforts are those targetted at the Malay/Muslim community. Can MHA provide an update on the ongoing efforts to engage the Malay/Muslim community with regards to drug abuse,....

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Bilateral Relations with Malaysia

Cut by A/P Muhammad Faishal during Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) Committee of Supply Debate 2020 Bilateral Relations with Malaysia Several bilateral issues with Malaysia took a turn in end 2018, such as on the maritime and airspace fronts. While a number of these issues appear to have made progress, other issues still require discussions from both sides. This includes key connectivity projects, such as the Singapore-Johor Bahru Rapid Transit System Link and the Singapore-Kuala Lumpur High Speed Rail.....

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Honouring our Merdeka Generation

500 Merdeka Generation Nee Soon residents received their Merdeka Generation Package during an appreciation dinner at Chong Pang Community Club on Sunday (June 2). Nee Soon GRC MPs Home Affairs and Law Minister K. Shanmugam, Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Social and Family Development and Education Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, Er. Dr. Lee Bee Wah, Mr. Kwek Hian Chuan Henry and Mr. Louis Ng were there to give out the welcome folders. The MPs aim to personally give out the welcome folders,....

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Strength of the community

SPEECH BY A/P MUHAMMAD FAISHAL BIN IBRAHIM DURING PARLIAMENT  MOTION ON RESTRICTING HATE SPEECH TO MAINTAIN RACIAL AND RELIGIOUS HARMONY IN SINGAPORE Mr. Speaker, I rise in support of the Motion. Freedom of speech comes with a cost. When this means excluding communities and fracturing our society, it is a cost that we cannot bear. In its simplest form, hate speech can manifest in a single tweet or a passing comment. Yet, malicious content and intent can easily create unfounded fear and suspicion.....

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