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KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 8 â€” Atheists in Malaysia should be â€œhunted downâ€� by authorities as there is no place for groups like this under the Federal Constitution, a minister said today.
Minister in the Prime Ministerâ€™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 punitive action could be taken.
â€œThe (Federal Constitution) does not mention atheists. It goes against the Constitution and human rights.
â€œI suggest that we hunt them down vehemently and we ask for help to identify these groups,â€� he said in a press conference at Parliament today.
The Arau MP added that most of these Malaysians especially Muslims turn into atheists as they lack religious education.
â€œThey actually donâ€™t want to be atheists but it happens because of the lack of religious education. They are misled with a new school of thought,â€� Shahidan said.
He also urged religious groups especially the muftis to help educate Muslims who have become atheists.
â€œWe need to return them to the faith and correct their aqidah if they are Muslims. To all Muftiâ€™s and state excoâ€™s, take note,â€� Shahidan stressed.
World stock markets and the dollar slid Wednesday after US President Donald Trump warned of "fire and fury" in retaliation to North Korea's nuclear ambitions, sending traders fleeing to safe-haven investments.
North Korea raised the stakes just hours later, saying it was considering missile strikes near US strategic military installations on the Pacific island of Guam.
China is worried it could face fresh criticism over its actions in the South China Sea when Singapore becomes chairman of the Association of South East Asian Nations next year, and is putting pressure on the city-state to make sure that doesn't happen, according to people familiar with the situation.
They say that Chinese representatives have told Singapore counterparts in private meetings over recent months that they don't want trouble for Beijing when Singapore takes over the annual leadership of the 10-nation group in 2018.
Diplomats say they believe that Beijing has used its influence over countries who have chaired ASEAN in the past to dilute the group's stand on the South China Sea row, potentially one of the most volatile disputes in Asia.
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