Prove my husband spread Shia teachings, says Amri’s wife

Source: FMT News

Amri Che Mat's wife, Norhayati Ariffin says if Muslims' faith is strong, they wouldn't be influenced. Pic from FMT News.

Amri Che Mat’s wife, Norhayati Ariffin says if Muslims’ faith is strong, they wouldn’t be influenced. Pic from FMT News.

PETALING JAYA: Perlis activist Amri Che Mat’s abduction was recently linked to allegations that he had in the past, attempted to spread the teachings of Shia.

His wife, Norhayati Ariffin, drew a parallel to allegations surrounding another abducted activist, Pastor Raymond Koh.

Koh had been accused of proselytising Muslims, following a raid by the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) at a thanksgiving dinner in 2011.

Whether these allegation were true or false, they shouldn’t be a reason to silence these individuals through illegal means, Norhayati said.

She added that even if it was true that her husband was a Shia, the authorities should provide proof to back their claim. Read more