Sunday, February 21, 2021

Hindu man allegedly apostatised Muslim wife out of Islam - JAKIM & Police investigating

MM Online:

Jakim calls for calm, says authorities investigating video of man claiming to have converted his Muslim wife to Hinduism

Jakim’s Director-General Datuk Abdul Aziz Jusoh reminded the public that action can be taken against someone apostatising any Muslim person out of their religion. — Picture by Yusof Mat Isa

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 21 — The Department of Islamic Development Malaysia (Jakim) has called for calm from all quarters and for the public to refrain from speculating as the relevant authorities investigate allegations of a man converting his Muslim wife to Hinduism.

Jakim’s Director-General Datuk Abdul Aziz Jusoh through a statement today said the department is aware of the viral video where the Hindu man explains how he allegedly apostatised his Muslim wife out if Islam.

“Jakim has been made to understand that the issue is under the attention of the Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM) after receiving several complaints from several parties.

“Therefore, Jakim urges the public to allow the issue to be handled by the relevant authorities for them to decide on the next course of action,” he said in a statement today.

Abdul Aziz reminded the public that action can be taken against someone apostatising any Muslim person out of their religion under the Control and Restriction Of The Propagation of Non-Islamic Religions Enactment, that is enforced in several states in the country.

He said action can also be taken against the Muslim individual looking to convert out of the religion under the Shariah Criminal Offences Enactment.

Abdul Aziz then reminded all Muslims to instead work on strengthening the spiritual understanding and appreciation towards the virtues of Islam.

“Everyone is reminded not to push the blame around when it concerns issues involving Muslims, and to instead work on strengthening the institution of Islamic families, foster the attitude of taking care of each other, and looking out for one another in times of trouble,” he added.

A video of a man narrating how he managed to convert his Muslim wife to Hinduism had recently surfaced on social media, triggering a large part of the Muslim community.

Malaysian Shariah law prohibits Muslims from converting out of the religion while non-Muslims looking to get married to Muslims are required to convert to Islam for the matrimony to be officially recognised.

A second video later surfaced depicting the man’s wife explaining to the camera how she is a citizen of Indonesia, and that she had gone through the process of converting out of Islam while in Indonesia.

However, several outraged netizens felt compelled to report the incident to authorities, with a few even uploading their police reports on social media.


  1. y god allow this to happen? sleeping on the job?

    1. The zombieic god is to busy with all those intercult conflicts happening around its birth place.

      So everything else outside that place have been outsourced to its mfering instigators/provocateurs masquerading as its spokesmen!

  2. The Hindu guy is probably going to be castrated and strung up by wire until he dies.

    As far as Race and Religion Supremacist Zombies are concerned,
    The penalty for apostasy is Death.

  3. In SGP so much easier. Don't even have to reach the age of 18. Just tunjuk your bulu sudah cukup.

    Renouncing Islam in Singapore: Procedure and Implications
    November 2, 2020

    How Do You Renounce Islam in Singapore?

    Renouncing Islam means taking your name off the Majlis Ugama Islam Singapura (MUIS) list of Muslims. In Singapore, this is a straightforward process. If you have already decided to renounce Islam, the next few paragraphs explain the steps you need to take to complete the process.

    There is no minimum age to renounce Islam in Singapore. However, you must have at least reached the age of puberty and have an understanding of the nature and consequences of renouncing Islam.

    To renounce Islam in Singapore, you must first make a statutory declaration stating that you you want to renounce Islam. The statutory declaration needs to be signed by a Commissioner for Oaths, who can be found at the State Courts, Supreme Court or certain law firms that have a Commissioner for Oaths.

    You will have to bring an official identity card so the Commissioner for Oaths can verify your identity before signing the statutory declaration. A statutory declaration should cost you around $20-$25 (excluding fees for commissioning any exhibits referred to in the statutory declaration).

    Next, you will have to go to MUIS to submit your statutory declaration, go through a brief interview where a representative will ask you why you are renouncing Islam, and fill in a form stating the reason why you are renouncing Islam. You are encouraged to make an appointment with MUIS before visiting them.

    MUIS will then present you with a letter acknowledging that you have renounced Islam, and will also remove your name from their database.

    1. A Singaporean Malay I have known for a long time renounced the Islamic religion about 5 years ago.
      He mentioned later it was like lifting a huge burden and drag on his psyche.

      Islam , in trying to be a complete way of life instead of just a spiritual belief, often becomes a mental and physical handcuff to its followers.

      Especially where the religious officialdom is narrow-minded, intolerant and regressive, like in Malaysia.

  4. There is no compulsion in islam - what a joke!