Our heartfelt appreciation to Ustaz Ali Haji Mohamed for his inspiring leadership of the RRG
For the last 20 years, Ustaz Ali Haji Mohamed, together with Ustaz Hasbi Hassan, has provided leadership and guidance to the RRG volunteers. Ustaz Ali has decided to relinquish his leadership appointment as RRG Co-Chairman. Ustaz Dr Mohd Ali will take over as Co-Chairman with effect 1 Sep 2022, and together with Ustaz Hasbi, will lead the RRG.
Ustaz Ali has devoted a huge part of his life in selfless service to the community. In 1993, Ustaz Ali took over as the Chairman Khadijah Mosque and dedicated his time and energy to redevelop and expand Khadijah Mosque to what it is today. In setting up the RRG in 2003 and the RRG Resource and Counselling Centre in 2014, Ustaz Ali fully embraced the idea that it is an extension of Mosque’s service to the community and congregants. We salute him for his determined effort in rallying the support of the Mosque and the RRG volunteers to share his vision.
Apart from the development of Khadijah Mosque and the RRG, Ustaz Ali has also volunteered and served in various leadership roles in the community including as Chairman of the Asatizah Recognition Board (ARB), MUIS Council, Fatwa Committee.
RRG recognises Ustaz Ali’s wealth of experience, wisdom, and religious knowledge, and has requested him to remain in a consultative role in RRG. Ustaz Ali has agreed to take on the honorary appointment of Emeritus President of RRG, to provide advice and guidance to the RRG’s leadership.
The RRG would like to record our highest gratitude and appreciation to Ustaz Ali for his inspiring leadership and selfless dedication in serving the RRG as the founder and pioneering member.
The RRG RCC virtual tour was officially launched by Mr K Shanmugam on 24 Nov 2020 at the RRG Annual Retreat. Please access the link for more information of the virtual tour. For those interested to explore the Centre virtually kindly contact the RRG Secretariat at email@example.com or 1800-7747747. Thank you.
Resource And Counselling Centre
“And beware of going to extremes in religious matters, for those who came before you were destroyed because of going to extremes in religious matters.” An-Nasa’i 3057
“The greatest jihad is to battle your own soul, to fight the evil within yourself” Prophet Muhammad (pbuh)
Al Wala Wal Bara
Enmity towards non-Muslims is completely against the true Islamic teachings.
“Ask Allah for beneficial knowledge and seek refuge with Allah from knowledge that is of no benefit.”
Sunan Ibn Majah
The Qur’an makes no mention of Khilafah in the specific sense of political institution.
“Invite to the way of your Lord with wisdom and good instruction.” Qur’an, An-Nahl 16:125
“Be moderate and adhere to moderation, for there is no one among you who will be saved by his deeds.” Sahih al-Bukhari 39
A Friday Sermon by Hamza Yusuf
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What Our Visitors Say
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“Thank you RRG for your courageous and good work guiding the Muslim community towards the true interpretations of the faith and setting right those who have strayed.”
“We spent a very interesting instructive hour at RRG learning about the extremely important work that is done here. A very positive and constructive approach in what can be difficult circumstances. I laud the noble efforts of the volunteers in their selfless task. May they meet with all success and do justice to the image of Islam as a faith of justice and peace.”
“To the team behind the formation of RRG,
Keep up the commendable work you are doing. It is a worthwhile cause. Though you don’t ‘fight’ with weapons, you are our unsung heroes.”