This is obviously creating quite a stir online. And we are mad too!
One woman decided to share a comment about how she had once killed her neighbour’s dog and even added how she did it for others to follow suit, as showcased by the Malaysia Animal Association Facebook page.
Facebook Nurasia Nurasia mengajar masyarakat cara bunuh anjing paling berkesan. Wanita ini juga mendidik masyarakat…
They sarcastically wrote,
“Nurasia Nurasia’s taught the community how to kill dogs effectively. She also educated the people on the difference between the halal way of killing a dog and the sinful version. We hope that this woman doesn’t mistakenly eat the sardines mixed with rat poison herself, or accidentally feed it to her mother, father, family, husband or kids.”
The outrageous comment which caused a huge backlash writes,
“I killed my neighbour’s dog. How you do it is, to buy a can of sardines and mix in rat poison before feeding it to the dog. It’ll be dead by the next day. I asked a religious teacher, he said that dogs that can harm us can be killed. If your neighbour’s is not harmful then it is a sin to kill it. In your case, this dog can be killed as it can be harmful to you.”
This comment definitely struck a nerve amongst all Malaysians.
One wrote, “Please don’t tarnish our religion. It’s not okay to kill living things. Don’t try to lie to yourself and teach other people this disgusting action!”
Another said, “And you’re bragging about this online? This is just disgusting! Nothing says that it’s ever ‘halal’. Please don’t spread wrong messages!”
Some mentioned that the Ustaz probably meant that if the dog is a threat to her life and she is left with no choice, killing is not sinful. Hence, it’s despicable that she twisted the words for her own justifications.
What do you think about this? Let us know in the comments.
JUST IN: Swimming Pools Are Now Allowed To Be Open For Water Sports Training
Minister of Defence, Dato’ Sri Ismail Sabri bin Yaakob has just announced in a live broadcast that swimming pools will...
JUST IN: Resorts World Genting Confirms That They Will Be Reopening Starting 19th June!
Guys, this is not a drill. Genting Highlands will officially be reopening by this weekend to the public after an extended closure due...
JUST IN: Setapak Barber Confirmed Positive For Covid-19, 40 Close Contact Cases Identified
In an update from the case of a barber in Setapak allegedly testing positive for Covid-19, our Health Director-General Dr...
JUST IN: Barber in Setapak Suspected To Be Positive For Covid-19 Only After 2 Days of Opening Barbershop
UPDATE: Health Director-General Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah has come forward to mention that the barber’s diagnosis has not been officially...
BREAKING: SPM & STPM Students Will Return To School By 24th June
In his latest live telecast to the Malaysian public, Education Minister Dr. Mohd Radzi bin Md Jidin has announced that...
Stronger, Faster & Smarter: Here’s Why M’sians Can’t Wait to Get the HUAWEI P40 Pro+ Dropping This Friday!
In case you didn’t know, we’re just a couple of days away from the launch of the HUAWEI P40 Pro+...
The New Normal Reveals 6 Things M’sians Do That Unknowingly Help Spread Germs & Bacteria Faster
Life has been a lot more different since the Movement Control Order (MCO) was implemented on 18 March 2020, almost...
Here Are 6 Things Every Malaysian Should Know About Car Loans Before Even Picking One Out
So you’re ready to go out there and take on the world but there’s one aspect of adulting you are...
- Current Affairs20 hours ago
Junior Medical Officers Worry For Their Future As They May Not Be Absorbed Into MOH
- Current Affairs15 hours ago
Is Swine Flu Making A Comeback In Malaysia & Should We Be Worried?
- Culture18 hours ago
Feeling Stressed? Why Not Visit Huskiss, A Doggo Paradise Located In SS7, Kelana Jaya!
- Fashion19 hours ago
Malaysian Brand ‘Oxwhite’ Secures RM5 Million Investment Last Year, Now Has Huge Plans