Malaysian Minister Declares to Hunt down All Atheist in The Country

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All atheists in Malaysia should be “hunted down” by authorities. This statement was made by Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim. He made this statement believing that as there is no place for groups like this under the Federal Constitution.

Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Shahidan Kassim said the public should aid authorities in locating groups like the Kuala Lumpur chapter of Atheist Republic so that action could be taken.

He said that “The ( Malaysian Federal Constitution) does not in any way mention atheists. It goes against the Constitution and human rights.

“I suggest that we hunt them down vehemently and we ask for help to identify these groups,” he said in a press conference at Parliament today.

The Arau MP added that because of lack of religious education especially the Muslims turn to atheists

“They actually don’t want to be atheists but it happens because of the lack of religious education. They are misled with a new school of thought,” Shahidan said.

He also encourages religious groups especially the muftis to help educate Muslims who have become atheists.

“We need to return them to the faith and correct their aqidah if they are Muslims. To all Mufti’s and state exco’s, take note,” Shahidan stressed.

A photo of the gathering by the Kuala Lumpur chapter, or “consulate”, has caused an uproar from some in the Muslim community recently after it was highlighted by pro-Islamist blogs, leading to violence and death threats on social media.

The Deputy minister in charge of Islamic affairs Datuk Dr Asyraf Wajdi Dusuki said yesterday that Putrajaya will investigate the local group, even roping in the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission, as it allegedly involved the faith of Muslims in the country.

And it was discovered that the Atheist Republic has over a million followers and supporters on social media, with hundreds of “consulates” worldwide including in neighbouring Indonesia and the Philippines.


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