快看!新加坡禁止两位极端的宗教司入境!其中一位更是来自大马!实在是丢脸咯!

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太爽了!想混入新加坡散播极端宗教主义?没门!新加坡禁大马伊斯兰传教士入境,极端宗教妖孽滚离狮城!

新加坡内政部禁止两名外国知名伊斯兰传教士入境,其中一人来自马来西亚。这两名传教士是受邀前往新加坡的游轮发表演讲。

据新加坡媒体报导,内政部周一正式拒绝了两名外籍伊斯兰传教士的入境申请,他们也不能在往来新加坡的游轮上传教。

两人不是第一次被新加坡当局拒绝入境。内政部的文告说,绝不允许两人借由在往返新加坡的游轮上传教的方式,回避禁令约束。

其中一名传教士依斯迈蒙克(Ismail Menk)来自津巴布韦,两年前曾申请工作准证到新加坡传教,但未获批准。他鼓吹隔离主义和分离主义,曾发表言论指,穆斯林祝贺非穆斯林圣诞快乐或屠妖节快乐,将犯下最严重罪行。

另一名传教士哈斯林(Haslin bin Baharim)则来自马来西亚,他曾多次发言挑拨穆斯林和非穆斯林社群之间的和睦关系。

报导称,两人受邀在下个月25日至29日之间,在一艘以宗教为主题的游轮上布道。游轮出发点和终点都是新加坡。
内政部是在征询新加坡回教理事会、旅游局、海事及港务局的意见后,拒绝两人入境。

另外,新加坡通讯及新闻部周一宣布,有4本伊斯兰教书籍被发现含有极端宗教观点,从周二(31日)起被禁止在当地流通。

当局在《不良刊物法令》下将以下书籍列为禁书,分别是:“Kitab Tauhid 1”、“Seri Buku Aqidah – Kitab Tauhid”、“Al-Wajiz – Ensiklopedi Fiqih Islam Dalam Al-Quran Dan As-Sunnah As-Shahihah”,以及“Bimbingan Islam Untuk Hidup Muslim – Petunjuk Praktis Menjadi Muslim Seutuhnya Dari Lahir Sampai Mati Berdasarkan Al-Qur’an dan Sunnah Rasulullah”。

在法令下,发行或持有违禁刊物都属违法,违例者可被判罚款、监禁或两者兼施。

当局表示,这些外国刊物印有不良教义,可能导致社会分离,并散播不信任、仇恨,甚至暴力。持有这些书籍的公众应主动交给警方。

根据新加坡回教理事会提供的资料,被列为禁书的4本书籍都是由印度尼西亚出版社出版的。

SINGAPORE: Singapore has banned two Muslim foreign preachers from entering the city-state because their views bred intolerance and were a risk to its social harmony, the government said on Monday.

The decision to block Ismail Menk, identified by local media as a Zimbabwean and Haslin bin Baharim as a Malaysian, is the latest move by the Singaporean authorities to put a curb on individuals from spreading divisive views.

Menk has preached Muslims are not allowed to greet people of other faiths on their religious festivals, Singapore’s home affairs ministry said in a statement.

It accused Baharim of holding views that promote discord between Muslims and non-Muslims, whom he described as ‘deviant.’

“(Their views) are unacceptable in the context of Singapore’s multi-racial and multi-religious society,” the ministry said.

Reuters was not in a position to reach out to the pair.
Singapore is predominantly Chinese, many of whom follow Buddhism and Taoism but 14 percent of the population is Muslim and nearly 19 percent Christian.

Authorities in the city-state, an outpost of stability in a region where religious tension is not uncommon, are sensitive to public remarks they deem might adversely affect religious and social harmony.

Over the past few years, Singapore increased its level of surveillance for Islamist radicalism as concern grew about the spread of Islamic State in the region.

Menk and Baharim planned to conduct religious sessions on a ship departing from Singapore next month after their applications for short-term work passes to preach in Singapore were turned down, the government said.

“They will not be allowed to get around the ban by preaching instead on cruise ships which operate to and from Singapore,” the home ministry said.

Last month, authorities said they rejected applications for two foreign Christian preachers to speak in Singapore as they had made “denigrating and inflammatory comments of other religions.”

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