Freedom to Break the Law and to do what is FORBIDDEN in Islam?

On the night of 22nd May, 2013, an illegal assembly was held in front of Jinjang Police Station to demonstrate and show their support for Adam Adli as he was detained by the police to facilitate police investigations under Section 124 of the Sedition Act. The police arrested 18 people, of whom 14 were men and 4 were women who attended the assembly.

Please read: Police arrest 18 protestors at candlelight vigil for Adam Adli outside Jinjang police station

What is more interesting about the illegal event was that a lot of Muslims from the opposition parties took part in a candlelight vigil which was one of the main activities during of the assembly.

According to the Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan, taking part in any kind of candlelight vigil activity is forbidden in Islam which means that Muslims cannot participate in any candlelight vigil activities.

Please read: The Ruling on the Involvement of Muslims in the Candlelight Vigil Activity

As usual, the PR’s Muslims just ignore and do not respect the fatwas. Maybe they think that the fatwas are too out dated and they, the modern Muslims do not have to follow them. An example of such person is this…

Khalid Ismath Hadir-Bebas Adam Adli

Not enough with doing something that is forbidden for the Muslims, he also tweeted that whoever supports Adam Adli will go to heaven. Maybe he thinks that he understands Islam better than the muftis.

Khalid Ismath- Sokong Adam Masuk Syurga

Another Muslim who attended the assembly is Lembah Pantai MP, Nurul Izzah Anwar.

Nurul Izzah Hadir-Bebas Adam Adli

She even gave a speech during the illegal and forbidden event!

Nurul Izzah Ceramah-Bebas Adam Adli

Is this the freedom that they are fighting for? The freedom to break the laws of the country and also for the Muslims to do what ever they like, even if it is FORBIDDEN by their religions?

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