Fake news of planned Islamic State attack on churches in Sibu and Bintulu!

http://dioceseofmiri.blogspot.com/p/churches-and-parishes.html

https://www.kkrconline.com/places/malaysia/sabah-1/kota-kinabalu/sarawak/st-teresas-church-sg-merah-sibu/

15 May 2019

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Cops: Stop spreading message about planned IS attack


  • NATION
  • Wednesday, 15 May 2019

SIBU: Police have advised the public to stop circulating a message about three Islamic State members out to attack churches in Sibu and Bintulu.

Sibu OCPD Asst Comm Stanley Jonathan Ringgit said on Wednesday (May 15) that circulating this unfounded message would cause panic among the public.

According to the message, three members of the Islamic State group were now in the state and would be planting bombs in churches in Sibu and Bintulu.

The author of the message also asks Christians to pray for the attack not to occur.

ACP Stanley said the three individuals had been arrested.

Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/05/15/cops-stop-spreading-message-about-planned-is-attack/#qg1EgxbxMmfJ87Bk.99

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BINTULU: Mesej tular di media sosial yang mendakwa kumpulan IS memasuki Sarawak serta merancang membuat serangan bom terhadap gereja di Bintulu adalah tidak benar, kata polis.

Ketua Polis Bintulu, Zulkipli Suhaili menyifatkan mesej tular yang bersertakan wajah 3 lelaki yang didakwa anggota kumpulan tersebut dan sedang diburu polis sebagai berita palsu.

“Keadaan keselamatan secara keseluruhannya terkawal,” katanya ketika dihubungi Bernama malam tadi.

Selain Bintulu, mesej tular tersebut turut mendakwa kumpulan berkenaan sedang merancang untuk melakukan serangan bom terhadap gereja di Sibu.

Ketua Polis Sibu, Stanley Jonathan Ringgit dilaporkan oleh akhbar tempatan hari ini menafikan wujudnya rancangan serangan bom terhadap gereja di Sibu dan berkata ketiga-tiga lelaki dalam mesej tular itu ditangkap polis.

Polis nafi rancangan serangan IS di Bintulu

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