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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Malaysian police arrest Bangladeshi over derogatory remarks on Diwali

Malaysian police have arrested a Bangladeshi man on charges of making derogatory remarks on social media regarding the Hindu festival Diwali, reports Free Malaysia Today (FMT).

Johor police chief Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay said the 29-year-old was arrested (without revealing his identity) in Muar district, Johor state, on Friday, for what police believed “could threaten public order and peace”.

“On November 5, a video was posted on social media about the suspect’s statement related to Hinduism, Muslims, and the Deepavali festival which could threaten public peace,” FMT quoted him as saying at a press conference on Saturday.

The investigation also found that the arrestee’s work permit had expired and he was overstaying  in the country, the police chief said.

The man has been placed on 14-day remand, he added.

(This article first appeared on November 7 in thedailystar.net)

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2 COMMENTS

  1. These ill-educated radical Muslims are a hazard to a any society. They forget or simply do not know that there is no room for violence in the Ouran and the Hadith which preach “Follow one and respect all”. The Prophet of Islam said, “God grants to non-violence what He does not grant to violence.” By ignoring these basic principles of Islam, these people breed hate, social discrimination, violence, genocide, and inflame riots. The religious teachers of Islam should take care of this, for due to some misguided souls slurs are cast on the whole Muslim world.

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