Allah ruling: Five reports against woman who “warned” non-Muslims

 

By John Isaac

POLICE in Miri have received five reports lodged against a woman over her alleged inflammatory remarks on social media over the recent High Court ruling on the ‘Allah’ issue.

Miri police chief ACP Hakemal Hawari when contacted said the five reports were lodged by individuals and local non-governmental organisations (NGOs).

“The police reports were lodged between March 13 and 15. We have opened an investigation paper for further action,” he said.

The widely-circulated video shows a woman, who claimed to be from Selangor, making several remarks, among them warning non-Muslims in the country not to challenge the patience of the Muslim community.

She also questioned why the court had allowed the word ‘Allah’ to be used by Christians in their Bible, reported Borneo Post.

She said Islam’s position as the country’s official religion should not be challenged and vowed that she and ‘her team’ would take action against Christians in the country.

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