sometimes i wonder why must they intimidate normal people like this singer?!?... this only happen in 'small' places?!?...
are they afraid of doing the same to those who are 'higher ranking' than them?!?..
a very simple example would be... i would suggest the religious dept of kuala lumpur to pay a visit to the club opposite the old weld swimming pool/eden every nite and start confronting and reporting how many muslims behave 'indecently'.. you may ask why that club since it's happening almost everywhere?!?.. it's because EVERYTIME i go there, i have seen with my own eyes how those 'datuks' who is a father of God knows how many and their respective koncos hit on other women PUBLICLY... wanna nail, nail 'them' 1st... wanna show example, they should start showing 1st..
as reported... "Siti Noor Idayu said an officer even told her that the money she earned working in the outlet was duit haram (illicit money) and that her parents, children and future generations would all be tainted for using such money."...
quite funny lah the officer... is he also trying to provide some hints to the TOP govt officers?!?... :) ... anyway, if cari makan via singing in a pub is haram then wat about those who abuse the advantages provided to the poor (to be read as nep)?!?... then wat about those who receive millions of rinngit via submarines deal/s?!?... then wat about those who involve in the sukhoi deal/s?!?... then wat about those who can provide millions of rinngit of compensation to their ex-wife as divorce settlement whereby the husband is just a normal minister?!?... then wat about those who steal/rob fm their poor and make them richer (to be read as nep)?!?... etc.. etc... etc...
tajol, wanna say something which is basically under yr jurisdiction now?!?...
p/s ; mykad is najis saying is downright vulgar... bekulah dia orang is a downright 'threat'...
Singer held over dressing
IPOH: The Perak Religious Department (JAIP) has ordered a singer to appear before the Syariah Court for “exposing her body” during a performance and “encouraging immoral activities”.
However, an indignant Siti Noor Idayu Abd Moin, 22, said she was wearing a sleeveless top and long pants when JAIP officers raided an entertainment outlet in Sunway City where she was performing on Tuesday.
“Our band had just finished and it was a little past midnight when they came in and rounded up all the Muslims.
“They asked to see our MyKad but one officer refused to touch the cards, referring to them as najis (unclean),” she said.
Siti Noor Idayu said the JAIP officers later detained seven people, including four employees of the outlet, and brought them to the department office.
“They put us in a tiny room and turned up the air-conditioner. I heard one officer tell the other: Bekulah dia orang (Let them freeze),” she said.
Siti Noor Idayu also said the male officers kept taking photographs of her, adding that she was made to stay overnight in that room until 10am.
She said the officer who finally came to record her statement at 8am, accused her of consuming alcohol and drugs, being involved in immoral activities, and that her MyKad was a fake.
“I took the breathalyser test twice and when the reading remained at zero, the officers looked frustrated.
“I heard one tell the other: Tapi dia tak minum lah (But she did not drink),” she said.
Siti Noor Idayu said an officer even told her that the money she earned working in the outlet was duit haram (illicit money) and that her parents, children and future generations would all be tainted for using such money.
“They finally wrote me a notice accusing me of dressing sexily and encouraging immorality just because I sang there,” she said.
The notice ordered her to appear before the Syariah Court here on Aug 6.
When contacted, JAIP director Datuk Jamry Sury said he was confident that his officers had not acted outside of their jurisdiction in issuing the notice.
“According to Islamic laws, a Muslim woman is not allowed to serve or entertain a man who is not her husband in a place where immoral activities usually take place,” he said.