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  • Sunday, 26 Mar 2017

Controversial game: Malacca mufti Datuk Syeikh Muhamad Baderudin Ahmad holding a newspaper article on Pokemon Go. If the state has a fatwa against playing the game, you can be charged because you are giving an opinion contrary to the fatwa, says Fahda.

If PAS president Datuk Seri Hadi Awang’s motion to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act is approved by Parliament, what impact will the enhanced punishments have on syariah offences like expressing an opinion contrary to a state fatwa or discussing Islam with non-family members – including friends – without getting a tauliah (credentials) from the state’s religious body?

IF you hold a breastfeeding clinic, tell mothers to breastfeed their newborn for two years, and quote the Quran as the source of that advice, can you be charged by the state Islamic religious authorities?

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