PUTRAJAYA, Nov 30 ― The Federal Court today raised concern on Muslim convert Muhammad Riduan Abdullah’s continued absence and failure to clear his contempt of court in a case on his unilateral conversion of his three children to Islam.
Chief Judge of the High Court of Malaya Tan Sri Zulkefli Ahmad Makinudin, who chaired the panel, asked for progress on a previous court order compelling the Inspector-General of Police to execute a warrant of arrest against Muhammad Riduan over his unpurged contempt.
“Otherwise it’s as if the court is not bothered by an order made by court…The record must be made known. What is the progress? Otherwise anybody can just run away, not bothered by order of the court.
“This is a case of public interest. We don’t want that to be treated as if the court is not concerned. We are indeed concerned,” he said today. Read more