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Chemist reveals findings

A chemist found brown patches suspected to be bloodstains in a car which was allegedly used to abduct Hasleza Ishak, who was found dead three months ago, the High Court heard yesterday.


Bomoh jailed 30 months for molest

A bomoh was sentenced to 30 months' jail by a magistrates court here yesterday for outraging the modesty of a 16-year-old Indonesian girl.


Bomoh: I’ll go to hell if teachings are deviant

Bomoh Ismail Harun, 67, has claimed that he had never intended to preach deviant teachings when he introduced the I>Ajaran dan/II>Fahaman Perjalanan 21 Laduni Rahmatullah,/Iwhich has been banned by the state Islamic Religious Council (MAIPP).


Bomoh’s wife: Princess sought cure for spells

Raja Nor Mahani Raja Shahar Shah, the wife of the Raja di-Hilir Perak, sought the services of a I>bomoh/Iinvolved in the murder trial of her husband's second wife to help 'strengthen her marriage' and rid her of 'black magic spells,' the High Court heard yesterday.


Witness tells of brother’s claim

A carpenter accused of murdering Hasleza Ishak, the second wife of the Raja di-Hilir Perak, told his brother not to worry about money because they were protected by some 'palace people,' the High Court heard yesterday.


Ex-driver’s deviant teachings banned

The Penang Islamic Religious Council has issued a fI>atwa /I>(edict) banning deviant teachings initiated by a former ambulance driver in Permatang Kerai Besar, Kepala Batas.


Court hears how Hasleza was abducted

A witness in the murder trial of Hasleza Ishak, the second wife of the Raja di-Hilir Perak, told a High Court that he saw a man dragging a woman out of her car and forcing her into another car at Taman Pinji Perdana in Ipoh.


Trio missing at sea still alive, insists family

A fisherman and his two sons have not returned home since Dec 8 when they went to fish in waters off Pulau Aur, and their family believes they are alive on some Indonesian island.


Singer's suit over libellous articles dismissed

Singer and actress Safura Ya'cob failed in her RM500,000 suit against dangdut singer Ifa Raziah Mustafa over two allegedly libellous articles published in an entertainment magazine implying that she was an ill-hearted and immoral person.