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How is faith relevant in a changing world? Singapore’s Mufti says tackling this is one of his challenges

As Singapore’s fourth Mufti, Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir finds most satisfaction in providing fresh perspectives and getting the Muslim community to think differently, he tells executive editor Sumiko Tan

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Now Singapore’s fourth Mufti, Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir says he finds most satisfaction in providing fresh perspectives and getting the Muslim community to think differently.
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When Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir was 16, he decided that instead of moving on to a junior college after his O levels at Victoria School, he would attend a madrasah, or an Islamic religious school.

Little did he realise that he would be placed in a Primary 5 class there.

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