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Malaysia seeks Saudi govt's help to resolve visa issue of 82 haj pilgrims

KUALA LUMPUR: The Government is seeking cooperation from the Saudi Arabia to resolve the backlog of 82 prospective haj pilgrims who are still waiting to depart to the Holy Land due to online visa problems, the Parliament heard.


Activist Kassim Ahmad freed of insulting Islam

PUTRAJAYA: Social activist Dr Kassim Ahmad has been acquitted and discharged by the Syariah Court over charges of insulting Islam and defying Muslim authorities.


238 underage marriages approved in KL in six years

A TOTAL of 238 marriage applications involving underage Muslims were approved in the city over the past six years.


Special panel to look at ways to strengthen Syariah Court

KOTA BARU: A special national committee to discuss ways to further strengthen the Syariah Court has been mooted due to the controversy involving initiatives to enhance punishment under Islamic laws, says Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom.

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Aceh moves to make syariah canings private

JAKARTA: Two months after Indonesia's most conservative province drew international headlines for publicly caning two young gay men for having sex with each other, the governor is considering making such whippings private to avoid negative media attention and prevent any adverse impact on outside investment, reported the New York Times.


‘Don’t make public caning an issue’

YAN: Public caning for syariah offences in Kelantan must not be condemned because it is not new to the country, says Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom.


King performs Aidilfitri prayers at Federal Territory Mosque

KUALA LUMPUR: Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Muhammad V performed Aidilfitri prayers at the Federal Territory Mosque along with over 17,000 worshippers.


Thousands gather for recital

PUTRAJAYA: Thousands of Mus­lims assembled at 1,660 locations to recite the Quran in a nationwide campaign to promote the teachings of the holy book.


Quran production plant up and running

PUTRAJAYA: The world’s second-largest Quran production centre has begun operations here.


Reject extremist teachings, says PM

PUTRAJAYA: Muslims in Malaysia must reject all extreme teachings which could lead to animosity or suicide attacks, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.