Using deception to go on umrah or haj, a black eye for Muslims | New Straits Times

THE admission of a controversial preacher recently that he took unvaccinated travellers to perform umrah has shed a bad light on Islam and the moral duty of the believers.

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15/1/2022 7:20:00 PM

NSTopinion The admission of a controversial preacher recently that he took unvaccinated travellers to perform umrah has shed a bad light on Islam and the moral duty of the believers.

THE admission of a controversial preacher recently that he took unvaccinated travellers to perform umrah has shed a bad light on Islam and the moral duty of the believers.

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You can cheat man, your state, why even your country..... but never ever play with GOD. He is watching over every move you make..... Why all this non vaccine fuss then....

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