Aftermath of The Singapore Riot Photos

I was really surprised to read about how the first riot in Singapore since 40 years started.

Last night, a 33 year old Indian died after being run over by a bus in Little India; and that was how the riot started.

Yahoo News reported that two police cars were overturned as the front mirrors were crashed while 25 emergency vehicles were damaged and five vehicles were set on fire in the riot at the Race Course Road and Hampshire Road.

Please click the photos for larger images:


Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Columnist at Utusan Malaysia. Secretary at Pertubuhan Permuafakatan Pendidikan Malaysia (ME'DIDIK).

3 thoughts on “Aftermath of The Singapore Riot Photos”

  1. Assalamualaikum Ahmad Ali! I am a singaporean reader and I am amazed by reading your blog.
    You dont seem to have any grammatical errors and you write just fine.
    I have a few questions to ask.
    1. Do you study in a school or home-school?
    2. Other than mastering in English language, what other languages you are able to write? How about Malay?
    Have you ever heard of this quote by Hang Tuah “Takkan melayu hilang di dunia”?

    Thats All. I hope you can change the Ummah to be a better servant ameen. (:


    1. Dear Kak Aisyah,
      Amin. Thank you. I study at home and my mother is my teacher :mrgreen: I have a Quran teacher and I attend MUAFAKAT’s hadith class and Kelas Bahasa Al-Quran at Pak Cik Amin‘s house. My father always takes me to seminars and talks and I learn a lot from my parents and my father’s friends. I askes them questions; for example before I write about COMANGO, I attended talks and the lawyers help me if I do not understand anything. My mother’ll make sure that I understand something before writing about it and make sure that my facts are right. If not, my mother will explain until I understand and I have to rewrite my article. I can speak Malay better than I can write (in Malay) because my Malay is always mixed with English 🙂 May be because I read mostly English books. Yes, I’ve heard of Hang Tuah’s name, but I do know much about him. I’m sorry because I’ve not heard “Takkan melayu hilang di dunia”.
      Please doa that I’ll be a good Muslim. May Allah help and protect us always. Please visit my blog again :mrgreen:


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