Sunday, December 20, 2020

Big, Strong & Friendly Punjabi groom for Malay bride


Last thing I remember
I was running for the door
I had to find the passage back
To the place I was before
"Relax", said the night man
"We are programmed to receive
You can check out any time you like
But you can never leave"

- lyrics from Hotel Califormia

We'll probe religious status of M'sian who wedded Indian hockey player - deputy minister

A Malaysian woman who married a prominent Indian hockey player will be questioned over her religious status once she returns to Malaysia, said Deputy Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Religious Affairs) Ahmad Marzuk Shaary, after the matter went viral on social media.

The New Straits Times recently reported that the couple's wedding ceremony was held according to Sikh traditions at the groom's hometown in Mithapur village, Jalandhar, Punjab in India.

Manpreet Singh Pawar & Illi Najwa Saddique

"Based on preliminary information, the woman is still a Muslim and there was no application to convert to another religion.

"Neither did we receive an application from the woman to get married abroad... the issue will be cleared up once we get an explanation from the woman herself," Marzuk told the media in Kelantan today.

He added that based on information he read on social media, the woman is still a Muslim and her husband had converted to Islam last year.

The woman is believed to be the niece of a minister.

Indian news portal the Tribune quoted the woman's husband as saying that she would stay in India.

"She will stay with my family here. She is getting accustomed to the Punjabi culture and has already become fond of it,” he said.

Meanwhile, Malay daily Utusan Malaysia reported that the state Islamic Affairs committee chairperson Tosrin Jarvanthi said the matter is under investigation.


  1. For Race and Religion warriors, the penalty for Murtad is Death.

  2. There is no compulson in islam - the religion of peace and fairness.

    My toes are laughing

  3. I want to break free
    I want to break free
    I want to break free from your lies
    You're so self satisfied I don't need you
    I've got to break free
    God knows, God knows I want to break free.

  4. Indian PM Narendra Modi, who is Hindu, can respectfully kneel in a Sikh Gurudwara.

    Modi surprises with Sikh temple visit amid farm protests

  5. It's not too much to ask him to cut 1cm off the tip. After all he's well enough endowed to make a small sacrifice in the name of love.

  6. They fell in love
    They gone to marry
    Nothing to do with faith
    It is always to do with freedom

    Now they are legally married
    Why should another religion want to know?
    Faith is a personal journey in life
    It owes nobody any answers

    If they have the same faith
    Nothing to query nothing to hide
    Everything will be on board
    No busybodies to wrap it up

    Let love flourish
    Until the day they say they are done
    It has nothing to do with religion
    Let a person believe live in his own faith