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Facebook user Abdul Halim recounted how he had participated in an online debate of Muslims in the Navy by posting the Singapore Pledge on Channel NewsAsia’s Facebook page on the topic.
Another Facebook user Jeanne Hu reacted to Abdul’s post and accused Muslims of being unable to compromise. Abdul responded to Jeanne is a mature manner.
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In the current debate of Muslims in the Navy, posted the article which many people left comments.I posted our…

Posted by Abdul Halim on Friday, April 8, 2016

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