Ha! And Shivama thought getting banned from the domes
was bad. At least she has her fingernails left.

--- sparaig <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Heh. You want REAL "purity of the teaching?" Try
> being a Moslem in Malaysia...
> 
>
http://www.allamericanpatriots.com/m-news+article+storyid-16229.html
> 
> [...]
> 
> The Government opposed what it considered "deviant"
> interpretations of Islam, maintaining 
> that allegedly deviant groups' views endanger
> national security. According to the 
> Government's Islamic Development Department's (IDD)
> website, fifty-six deviant teachings 
> had been identified and prohibited to Muslims as of
> June 2006. They included Shi'a, 
> transcendental meditation, and Baha'i teachings,
> among others. The Government asserted 
> that "deviationist" teachings could cause divisions
> among Muslims. The IDD has established 
> written guidelines concerning what constitutes
> "deviationist" behavior or belief. State 
> religious authorities, in making their
> determinations on these matters, have generally 
> followed the federal guidelines. Members of groups
> deemed "deviationist" may be arrested 
> and detained, with the consent of a Shari'a court,
> in order to be "rehabilitated" and returned 
> to the "true path of Islam." In June 2005 the
> religious affairs minister told parliament that 22 
> "deviant" religious groups with an estimated 2,820
> followers had been identified in the 
> country. Neither the Government nor religious
> authorities provided data on the number of 
> such persons who have been subjected to
> "rehabilitation."
> 
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