K'tan warns parties against meddling in public caning decision

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The Kelantan state government has warned non-Muslim political parties against meddling in Islamic affairs, particularly in the state's decision to impose public whipping for syariah offenders.

State Islamic Development and Propagation, Information and Liaison Committee chairperson Mohd Nassuruddin Daud said MCA, Gerakan and DAP, which had questioned the punishment, have no right to talk about matters related to Islamic affairs.

"The (syariah) law and the punishment has nothing to do with them (non-Muslims). They should not be commenting without understanding...

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