Religious bodies' inaction over smut VCDs questioned


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  • Wednesday, 21 May 2003

UTUSAN MALAYSIA questioned the role of Islamic religious authorities in investigating the spread of pornographic VCDs following the controversy over the videos involving flight assistants of the national carrier, Malaysia Airlines. 

Writer Salleh Buang said in the paper’s legal column, Peguam Menulis, that a reader, who assumed that the “players” in the controversial VCD were Muslims, asked why the syariah court had not taken any action. 

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