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DON’T HIDE YOUR FACE NAJIB HADI: CATHOLIC BISHOP FIRES SALVO – IF ‘HUDUD’ BILL WON’T AFFECT NON-MUSLIMS, WHY IS KELANTAN FORCING ALL SHOPS TO CLOSE DURING MAGHRIB PRAYERS

Catholic Bishop Emeritus Dr Paul Tan Chee Ing said the ruling of the Kelantan state government that all shops, including non-Muslim-owned ones, must close during maghrib prayers is “confirmation if at all that is needed” that Muslim strictures will eventually be imposed on non-Muslims in Malaysia. “All this while, we have heard with great scepticism assurances by proponents of Islamic ordinances that these won’t be imposed on non-Muslims,” said the former head of the Catholic Church in the Malacca-Johor diocese. “It s not that we needed this instance of a ruling by the Kelantan state government requiring not only Muslim-owned but also non-Muslim owned shops to be shuttered during maghrib prayers to convince us non-Muslims that the assurances won t be upheld,” he added. “We were flabbergasted at the evidence that some Muslims don’t quite get the drift of their religion or are engaging in deliberate deception which is that theirs is a supremacist religion which will seek to impose its strictures on non-Muslim

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