Sarjana Muda (Sains Sosial dan Sains Politik), National University of Singapore (NUS) Diploma (Kajian Islam) Universiti Islam Antarabangsa (IIUM), Malaysia
Ketua, DayaTahan Masyarakat, Muis
1. (2005). Ziarah ke Makkah dan Madinah. Dalam Al-Busyra: Wadah Informasi MWTI, hal. 33.
Peluang mengerjakan umrah memberi ketenangan kepada penulis di tengah-tengah kesibukan beliau dalam tugasan madrasahnya. Dengan kefasihannya berbahasa Arab, beliau dapat berkomunikasi dengan masyarakat tempatan.
2. (2010). Internet and the new crucible of faith: prospects and challenges in the age of globalization. International Conference on the Future of Faith in the Age of Globalization, 12-20 Sep 2010, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. 23 p.
Addresses the crucial dimension of religious identity that is thought to have eroded by the harmonization of culture brought upon by globalization. The concept of ‘imagined’ communities is explored.
Islam & Teknologi
3. (2012). Islamic political revivalism in Indonesia: from Authoritarianism to democratization. In Muslim Revivalism in Contemporary Society. Edited by Ahmad F.Yousif. New York: Legas, p. 175 – 186.
Politik – Asia Tenggara, Masyarakat Islam – Luar Negara
4. (2014). Towards a cosmopolitan Muslim identity: Singaporean Muslims in a globalizing world. An unpublished thesis submitted in fulfillment of of the requirement for the degree of Master of Arts in Muslim world issues. International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilizations.
This research attempts to critically examine the evolving identity of Singaporean Muslim society. Muslims in Singapore constitute a dominant minority group and play influential role in maintaining the stability of Singapore as a harmonious multicultural and secular state.
Masyarakat Melayu / Islam Singapura
5. (2016, Jan-Apr). Religion and secularism: seeking the convergence. Ar-Risalah 20, p. 12-14.
Religious beliefs of various groups are cherished as part of Singapore’s religious diversity landscape. The state adopts a “utilitarian approach towards religions and aims to promote religious harmony in citizenship education” or known as “religious pragmatism”.