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7000 Hindus in Malaysia wrongly documented as Muslims: NGOs - Times of India;

7000 Hindus in Malaysia wrongly documented as Muslims: NGOs - Times of India

Times of India7000 Hindus in Malaysia wrongly documented as Muslims: NGOsTimes of IndiaKUALA LUMPUR: Nearly 7,000 Hindus in Malaysia have been wrongly documented as Muslims on their national identity cards, according to a group of NGOs in the Muslim-majority nation. The problem was widespread throughout Peninsular Malaysia and ...and more »

7000 Hindus wrongly documented as Muslims in Malaysia - India.com;

7000 Hindus wrongly documented as Muslims in Malaysia - India.com

India.com7000 Hindus wrongly documented as Muslims in MalaysiaIndia.comA task force of non-governmental organisations in Malaysia has said that some 7,000 Hindus living in the country are wrongly classified as Muslims on their national identity cards, the media reported on Tuesday. By Indo-Asian News Service | Published: ...and more »

Muslim legal group willing to help 7000 converted Hindus - Free Malaysia Today;

Muslim legal group willing to help 7000 converted Hindus - Free Malaysia Today

Free Malaysia TodayMuslim legal group willing to help 7000 converted HindusFree Malaysia TodayIf it is true that there are those who have been wrongly converted, PPMM is ready to provide them with syarie legal services. President-of-the-Muslim-Lawyers-Association-of-Malaysia-. KUALA LUMPUR: A Muslim legal group has offered to help 7,000 Hindus ...and more »

Muslim lawyers' group offers legal help to Hindus wrongly classified as Muslims - Malay Mail Online;

Muslim lawyers' group offers legal help to Hindus wrongly classified as Muslims - Malay Mail Online

Malay Mail OnlineMuslim lawyers' group offers legal help to Hindus wrongly classified as MuslimsMalay Mail OnlineDatuk Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar says PPMM is offering syarie legal services if there are Muslims who were forced to embrace Islam or if their conversion to Islam was not done in line with Islamic laws. ― Picture by Yusof Mat IsaKUALA LUMPUR, Feb 23 ― A ...and more »