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(a) Indian Muslim who owned shophouses in Jalan Macalister.
(b) Muslim tourists staying in nearby city hotels.
(c) Worshippers from nearby offices.
(d) Good reason to leave it standing.
a)| i)| The founders of Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab traded in textile and religious books but did not do missionary work.| __| | ii)| Besides doing missionary work, the founders of Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab were involved in trade.| √| | iii)| The founders of Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab, being missionaries, were not involved in trade.| __| b)| i)| Some changes have been made to Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab since it was built.| √| | ii) | Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab has remained the same since it was first built.| __| | iii)| Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab has not changed since it was first built.| __| c)| i) | There will not be a place for people to pray in the proposed seven-storey Islamic building.| __| | ii)| The proposed seven-storey Islamic building includes a place for Muslims to pray in.| √| | iii)| The proposed seven-storey Islamic building will only be used for praying.| __|
(a) First worshipped in Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab were Indonesian residents of Kampung Deli and others were Indian Muslims who owned shophouses in Jalan Macalister. (b) Masjid Haji Wahab are used as a place of shelter for travelling missionaries during World War II and also once served as a religious school, besides used as a place of worship. (c) The signs of foreign influence on the architecture of Masjid Jamek Haji Wahab are the green porcelain pillars lining the prayer hall are of...