Tag: Pahang Mufti
Abdul Rahman Osman says Malaysia should prevent and curb LGBTs from becoming an epidemic in society as they violate Islamic law.
Only God can determine whether a person's haj is 'mabrur', says Abdul Rahman Osman.
In a world where Islam has taken centrestage for reasons both good and bad, conscientious Muslims must rise to separate the former from the latter.
Party spokesman says such a term will divide Malaysians and there is no need to introduce it in our culture.
'This is the kind of thinking that is used to justify the establishment of groups like IS.'
It does not necessarily mean that non-Muslims who are against Islam should be killed, says Jakim man, and calls for simple language to be used communicating with the public.
DAP supremo Lim Kit Siang questions Putrajaya over lack of action in stopping the 'rhetoric of hate, intolerance and bigotry'.
Abdul Rahman Osman also says that while he was not forcing non-Muslims to do so, he urged them to embrace Islam so they can be safe in the afterlife.
Controversial preacher wonders if non-Muslim community is really affected by the Pahang mufti's remark.
Pahang police chief confirms Abdul Rahman's statement was taken on Wednesday morning, following the uproar and reports filed over 'kafir harbi' remark.
Abdul Rahman, who is under fire over his "kafir harbi" remark, says it is absurd for him to trigger chaos as he has Indian and Chinese friends as well.
PM’s Office says non-Muslim Malaysians cannot be categorised as kafir harbi as they are citizens of this country, are protected by the country's laws and are not at war with the government.
IGP says this follows two reports against the mufti in Penang and Kuala Lumpur.
Expressing disappointment with the Pahang Mufti for his statement on “kafir harbi”, G25 says it is dangerous, confusing and in conflict with the Federal Constitution and Rule of Law.
Abdul Rahman Osman dismisses lawyer Syahredzan Johan's statement that a fatwa is not official until it has been gazetted.
Constitutional law expert Syahredzan Johan says mufti can be held accountable for his statements, if charged under Section 505 of the Penal Code
MCA's Ti Lian Ker says Liow Tiong Lai has never stooped so low as to snigger at the DAP secretary-general on his absolute silence on certain issues.
Opposition stalwart says BN should call a supreme council meeting, noting that no one has so far challenged what the mufti said about kafir harbi.
Amid controversy over so-called death sentence, Abdul Rahman says remark was not aimed at DAP.
All BN component party leaders must speak up and urge the government to take stern action against the Pahang Mufti and not just sit on the sidelines.