Minister orders Jakim to lodge report on woman sharing explicit content on sex life

13 May 2023 08:06pm
Mohd Na'im
Mohd Na'im

SHAH ALAM - Minister in the Prime Minister's Department (Religious Affairs) Datuk Dr Mohd Na'im Mokhtar has ordered the Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) to lodge a report about a woman being the administrator of a Telegram account with immoral content.

He said following revelations of the case on social media, a report has been made to the Malaysian Communications Multimedia Commission (MCMC) for further action.

"I have also instructed Jakim to summon and hold a meeting with the person to offer some advice and guidance," he said in a statement on Saturday.

Recently, the woman in question had been actively uploading sexual content in a Telegram group, exposing her partner and openly sharing explicit details about their sexual relationship as well as her's with her ex-husband.

Mohd Na'im added, every human being needs to have a sense of shame in order to preserve their morality.

He insisted that there were things that do not need to be discussed openly including the intimate relationship between a husband and wife.

"In the words of the Prophet, Peace Be Upon Him, "Indeed, among what had been obtained by mankind from the words (unanimously) of the Prophets are; "if you are not ashamed, do as you wish." (Narrated by Bukhari).

"Not to mention the subject involves profanity. This is not Islamic or moral," he added.

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Yesterday, a Twitter account revealed that a woman, masking herself as an Ustazah, had been managing a Telegram group and sharing "knowledge" on how to treat husbands and how the wife should be a prostitute ready to serve him. Internet users later shared screenshots, photos and videos of the woman and her husband proving that she was an authentic person following claims that it could have been a fake account.

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