Eid ul Adha.
The design may be radical for those who expect mosques to have tall minarets and huge domes, but the Masjid Almukminin on Street 21, Jurong East in Singapore is as good as the next mosque for one to pray to God. It is also active as a learning centre as well as a community hub for the neighbourhood Muslims. I used to park my car at the mosque whenever I visit my sister there.
At the end of the same street on the same side of the road is a Hindu temple.
I am not sure why I've decided on the picture of this mosque for this year's greetings, but there you are: Selamat Hari Raya to all Muslims and Malaysians.
Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Selamat Hari Raya Korban
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