It says it has been cooperating with MACC to clear its name after being accused of receiving 1MDB-linked money.
Minister says the Perak Sultan's order is in line with national policy of 'Masjid Rahmah' for Islamic administration.
The money will be given to 40 suraus and 12 mosques, with each receiving RM1,500 and RM2,000 respectively.
Residents in Muslim parts of North Western Province said mobs had attacked mosques and damaged shops and businesses owned by Muslims for a second day.
Calling for courage and conviction to change obsolete policies, PKR president says grand mosques and temples should not come at the expense of education.
The minister in charge of Islamic affairs wants mosques to remain free of politics that could divide Muslims.
Police had raided the 54-year-old man's home on Tuesday night and found a cache of firearms after receiving a tip-off from the public.
UN secretary-general Antonio Guterres offered 'solidarity with the Muslim community from New York to New Zealand and beyond.'
So far 21 victims have been formally identified by coroners, and authorities say they are doing all they can to speed up autopsies.
Jacinda Ardern will push for s a ban on semi-automatic weapons and Wellington has made in-principle decisions to change gun laws which she will announce next Monday.
Social media users used several methods to create a version of the video with a different digital fingerprint to avoid detection.
Brenton Tarrant's alleged crimes could warrant the heaviest sentence imposed by a judge in New Zealand since the abolition of the death penalty in 1961.
David Tipple said he would continue to sell weapons to anyone with the same credentials as the gunman.
Brenton Tarrant was charged with one count of murder.
Police on Monday said they had executed two search warrants in towns on the New South Wales mid-north coast related to the investigation into the mass shootings.
The shop owner says all sales to the attacker followed a police-verified process.
London has previously heightened security measures around mosques following terror attacks.
Three are injured and the status of the fourth is unknown.
The motive behind a shooting today at mosques in New Zealand was mooted by "The Great Replacement", a 73-page document created by the gunmen.
New Zealand police detained three men after the attacks, but have not provided their identities.
New Zealand media have reported that between nine and 27 people were killed in the shootings.
He says 45 deviant teachings have been discovered by the Selangor Mufti Department until December last year.
Police will extend the 1Masjid 1Polis programme to all mosques from March and introduce a similar programme to churches and temples later.
Terengganu Islamic Religious and Malay Customs Council urges them to use the money for benefit of community.
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