Noor Farida: Perpetrator posing with weapon and ISIS logo


  • Nation
  • Sunday, 20 Dec 2015

PETALING JAYA: Datuk Noor Farida Ariffin has lodged a police report against an Islamic State-minded individual who threatened to draw her blood for opposing khalwat raid.

Noor Farida, who is the G25 Eminent Malay Group spokesperson, said the person who threatened her went by the name Al Mujahid Arman on Facebook.

“His display photo is that of a man holding a Kalashnikov weapon, with ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) logo in the background.

“The man commented on Bongkar Ajaran Sesat Facebook posting saying halal darahnya untuk dibunuh (her blood is permissible to be killed),” she said.

Al Mujahid commented on Dec 11, a day after the administrator of Bongkar Ajaran Sesat Facebook posted “10 teachings of Bonda Pin” that came together with Farida’s photograph.

The group apparently likened Farida to the infamous Ayah Pin, a deviant preacher from Terengganu.

“They had posted a poster of me and falsely accused me and G25 of supporting repeal of laws against adultery, sodomy, same sex marriage, and LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender).

“The discussion got pretty heated and I was subjected to all kinds of verbal abuse,” she said.

Al Mujahid also threatened to kill another commentator if he was a follower of deviant Syiah.

Noor Farida made a report at the Pudu police station yesterday.

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