Don’t cheat, mufti tells umrah pilgrims


PETALING JAYA: Umrah pilgrims who falsify their vaccination certificates are being “cruel” (zalim) and unjust to other pilgrims who are vaccinated against Covid-19, says deputy Perak Mufti Datuk Zamri Hashim.

The action by these irresponsible individuals can also mar the credibility of the country’s vaccination certificate which is extremely important for Malaysians who want to perform their umrah.

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