Malaysia: Mufti forbids non-Muslims to use 40 words, including "Allah," "Qur'an" and "Sharia," on pain of fines or imprisonment

Gallopping Mohammedanism. 40 forbidden words? Worse is yet to come.

No doubt Hildebeast would agree with the mufti, she already signed the “Istanbul Resolution 16/18” that outlawed  all criticism of Islam; said she would “name and shame” all those like us who won’t submit, and went straight back  in the arms of her trusted  MuBro aide Huma Abedin. Then she put a filmmaker in jail to please her muselmanic sponsors….


Malaysia: Mufti forbids non-Muslims to use 40 words, including “Allah,” “Qur’an” and “Sharia,” on pain of fines or imprisonment

HassanAhmad.jpgPenang Mufti Hassan Ahmad

Islamic supremacism gallops on in modern, moderate Malaysia. “Penang mufti outlaws 40 words to non-Muslims,” by Predeep Nambiar for New Straits Times, January 11 (thanks to JW):

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.

Those found flouting the decree would be charged under Section 3 of the Syariah Criminal Offences Enactment (Penang) 1996.

The section says any person, whether he or she is Muslim or not, who develops doctrines or religious beliefs other than Islamic religious doctrine or belief among Muslims is guilty of an offence triable in the civil court and shall be liable to a fine not exceeding RM3,000 or imprisonment not exceeding two years or both.

The spokesman said so far, no action had been taken against any individual or group since the law was enforced.

Yesterday, the New Straits Times reported that Kelantan had enforced the law prohibiting non-Muslims from using 24 Islamic words and phrases, including “Allah” for more than 30 years.

2 thoughts on “Malaysia: Mufti forbids non-Muslims to use 40 words, including "Allah," "Qur'an" and "Sharia," on pain of fines or imprisonment”

  1. I don’t know why but all videos – everywhere that I can find – of the Somali problem in Maine have been deleted. the one I found won’t play the audio and it won’t download. Seems like CAIR, or obama, has gotten to this and even the link to the article doesn’t work, unless you go to the home page you can scroll down and still find it.

    I cut/pasted it in case it will disappear too.

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