Non-Muslims see red over ‘seminar’


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  • Wednesday, 30 Oct 2013

KOTA BARU: The Kota Baru Municipal Council has raised another storm among non-Muslims when it “invited” them to take part in a seminar on doing business the Islamic way last week.

Participants claimed, however, they were not only required to pay a registration fee of RM60, there was also a condition that their business licence would not be renewed if they did not attend the event.

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