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ICC Note: Muslin non-governmental organizations call upon police to investigate and take actions against State Assembly speaker Hannah Yeoh, for allegedly trying to spread the gospel in Malaysia. They have also urged authorities to investigate a YouTube video made by a foreign Christian Evangelist movement led by Aseef Hadalah. They believe that Christianity brings hatred and disharmony to Malaysia and that people like Aseef should be prohibited from entering the country.

09/24/2017 Malaysia (New Straits Times) – Fifteen Muslim non-governmental organisations (NGO’s) lodged a police report against Selangor State Assembly speaker Hannah Yeoh for allegedly preaching about Christianity to the people in the country.

Amongst the NGOs which lodged the report were Jaringan Muslimin Pulau Pinang (JMPP), Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (ISMA) and Gabungan Pelajar Melayu Semenanjung (GPMS).

JMPP chairman Mohamed Hafiz Mohamed Nordin said that Hannah had the intention to preach Christianity by inviting Oversea Church Fellows (OCF) as per written in her book ‘Becoming Hannah’.

“What does she mean by building the Kingdom of God? Which God is she referring to? We believe it is an attempt to spread the Christian beliefs to others.

“She also should not use the state legislative assembly as a platform to do so. She better stop. With this report, we are calling upon the police to investigate and take action against her,” he said after lodging the report at Bayan Baru Police Station here today.

The group also lodged reports urging the authorities to investigate an allegedly seditious video uploaded on Youtube in 2014.

Hafiz said that the seven minutes and eight seconds video titled ‘Message to Malaysian Church 2014’ was made by a foreign Christian Evangelist movement led by Aseef Hadalah, who allegedly challenged Islam as the official religion of the country.

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