Monday, January 13, 2014

Penang mufti outlaws 40 words to non-Muslims

Here's another example of Muslim tolerance and brotherly love from modern and progressive Maylasia.

So anyway, here I am, a filthy kuffar publishing and so using all the forbidden words.  Bite me mufti.

11 January 2014| last updated at 12:00AM

Penang mufti outlaws 40 words to non-Muslims


CRIMINAL OFFENCE: Flouters face jail, fine or both, says spokesman

GEORGE TOWN:  "SOLAT", "Surau" and "Masjid" are words non-Muslims in Penang are prohibited from using in their writings.

The words are among the 40 decreed by the Penang mufti, as provided under subsection 48(3) and (4) of the Penang Islamic Religious Administration Enactment 2004, as exclusive to Muslims.

The other words are "Allah", "Firman Allah", "Ulama", "Hadith", "Ibadah", "Kaabah", "Qadhi'", "Illahi", "Wahyu", "Mubaligh", "Syariah", "Qiblat", "Haji", "Mufti", "Rasul", "Iman", "Dakwah", "Wali", "Fatwa", "Imam", "Nabi", "Sheikh", "Khutbah", "Tabligh", "Akhirat", "Azan", "Al Quran", "As Sunnah", "Auliya'", "Karamah", "Syahadah", "Baitullah", "Musolla", "Zakat Fitrah", "Hajjah", "Taqwa" and "Soleh".

A Penang Mufti's Department spokesman said besides prohibited from using the words, non-Muslims were also forbidden to write or publish any of the words in any form, version or translation in any language or for use in any publicity material in any medium, including print, electronic and any form, that could insult the sanctity of Islam.

The decree was enforced on April 29, 2010.

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