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Judge urges mosque officials who punished teen with corpse cleansing bath to apologise

17/1/2022 10:46:00 AM

Judge urges mosque officials who punished teen with corpse cleansing bath to apologise

Court also substitutes initial jail sentence, fine with 120 hours of community service at mosque.

Copy URLShah Alam High Court judge Abd Halim Aman has today recommended that mosque committee members who punished a teenager for stealing by giving him a bath meant for the dead apologise to the public so the incident would be a lesson for all. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 17, 2022.

MOSQUE committee members who punished a teenager for stealing by giving him a bath meant for the dead have been advised to apologise to the public by Shah Alam High Court judge Abd Halim Aman today.Free Malaysia Today reported that the judge was recommending the public apology and not ordering it, so that the incident would be “a lesson to all parties” and also help clear the air.

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× Copy URL Shah Alam High Court judge Abd Halim Aman has today recommended that mosque committee members who punished a teenager for stealing by giving him a bath meant for the dead apologise to the public so the incident would be a lesson for all. – The Malaysian Insight file pic, January 17, 2022. MOSQUE committee members who punished a teenager for stealing by giving him a bath meant for the dead have been advised to apologise to the public by Shah Alam High Court judge Abd Halim Aman today. Free Malaysia Today reported that the judge was recommending the public apology and not ordering it, so that the incident would be “a lesson to all parties” and also help clear the air. Effective July 2018, access to full reports will only be available with a subscription. Sign-up now and enjoy one (1) week free access!