Sikh woman's conversion to Islam disputed

Susan Loone

Modified 2 Apr 2019, 5:01 am

A Sikh woman's conversion to Islam has been disputed by certain quarters after her brother allegedly claimed that she is a Muslim following her death on April 1 due to a head injury.

Surinder Kaur Bedi's conversion was purportedly confirmed by Penang mufti Wan Salim Wan Mohd Noor (above) in a letter dated April 1.

Signed by Wan Salim, the letter confirmed that the 37-year-old woman was a Muslim and her funeral should be conducted according to Muslim rites...

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