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We are not involved in extremism or abduction, say Perkasa, Zakir Naik

November 14, 2017

They object to a report which they claim has cast them in negative light in connection to the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh.

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PETALING JAYA: Malay rights group Perkasa and Indian preacher Zakir Naik have objected to a report that quoted a witness in the public inquiry on the disappearance of Pastor Raymond Koh during its proceedings yesterday.

In a statement to FMT today, they said the report had conveyed a wrong and negative impression of their reputation and image, as though they had been involved in the incident.

They said they had never been involved in Koh’s disappearance and had never supported any extremist, terrorist or kidnapping activity.

They said they viewed with seriousness any reference to them being involved in the case, which is now being heard in the inquiry by the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam).

“We object to the statement that linked Perkasa and Zakir Naik to extremism, and it should not happen again,” the statement said.

It added that an allegation made in a multiracial country and not backed by evidence from investigations could motivate and incite certain quarters to ignite chaos among people of different religions.

FMT had yesterday reported investigating officer ASP Supari Muhammad from the Petaling Jaya police headquarters as saying that extremism could have played a part in Koh’s abduction.

Replying to a question from Jerald Gomez, one of the lawyers for Koh’s family, he also said the police had yet to probe Perkasa or Naik.

“No, we have not yet but yes they are (relevant to the investigation),” he had told the inquiry.

Gomez said that Naik had given talks and held a series of conversions that took place in Arau, Perlis, on Feb 10, 2017, three days before Koh was abducted.

Gomez also said Perkasa was known to have defended Naik, who is wanted in India for terrorism and money-laundering investigations.

When asked if the police were also investigating Naik’s activities or groups linked to him who had held a series of conversions of non-Muslims to Islam, Supari said the police had not.

He said extremism was a lead in the case, but he did not see the point in investigating them.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/11/14/we-are-not-involved-in-extremism-or-abduction-say-perkasa-zakir-naik/

Cops: Perkasa may be relevant in pastor’s abduction case

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KUALA LUMPUR: The police told a public inquiry today that Perkasa could be relevant to the abduction case of Pastor Raymond Koh but said the Malay rights pressure group had not been investigated.

Replying to a question from Jerald Gomez, one of the lawyers for Koh’s family, investigation officer ASP Supari Muhammad from the Petaling Jaya police headquarters said the police acknowledged that extremism could play a part in Koh’s abduction but it had yet to probe Perkasa or controversial preacher Zakir Naik.

“No, we have not yet but yes they are (relevant to be investigated),” he told the public inquiry by the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (Suhakam) on the disappearance of Koh and three others.

Gomez had told the inquiry that Naik had given talks and held a series of conversions that took place in Arau, Perlis on Feb 10, 2017, three days before Koh was abducted.

Gomez also said Perkasa was known to have defended Naik, who is wanted in foreign countries for various radical crimes.

When asked if the police were also investigating Naik’s activities or groups linked to him who had held a series of conversions of non-Muslims to Islam, Supari said the police had not.

He said extremism was a lead in the case but he did not see the point to investigate them.

 

“I take instructions from my superiors and any information I received (on the case). I did not see any point (to investigate them).”

“I agree (people with extremist thoughts should be investigated in relation to the case),” Supari said.

Former inspector-general of police Khalid Abu Bakar had previously said the police were looking at the possibility of extremism linked to Koh’s abduction.

http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2017/11/13/cops-perkasa-may-be-relevant-in-pastors-abduction-case/#sthash.koEDbZla.uxfs

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One Response to Investigation Officer ASP Supari Muhammad of the PJ Police HQ: Perkasa could be relevant to the abduction case of Pastor Raymond Koh but it has not been investigated.

  1. Doris Looi says:

    IMO,he,in,h,already,

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