Perak mufti: Stop people travelling to high-risk countries

21 08 2009

SHAH ALAM: Perak Mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria urged the government to act more strictly in curbing the spread of influenza A (H1N1) virus by banning Malaysians from travelling to high-risk countries for the time being.

He requested the government to order Malaysians living or studying in high-risk countries not to return home until the disease is contained.

He said the lack of strict action and instruction from the government contributed to the increase in the number of cases.

Harussani said during the era of the Caliphs, Prophet Muhammad ordered the residents of a city plagued by a dangerous virus not to venture out, and stopped outsiders from entering the city.
“While the government is busy trying to control the spread of the virus, we are allowing people to travel and return from high-risk countries.

“That is why the number of cases has been increasing, with between 20 and 30 people testing positive for H1N1 every day,” he said before launching a book Rahsia Khazanah Ilmu Pyrocosmic by Prof Dr Ahmad Lothfi Ibrahim here yesterday.

The book deals with “pyracosmic energy therapy”.

On another matter, Harussani said Malays would lose their special privileges if they continued to fight among themselves.

Noting the political schism among Muslims, he said Islam called for Muslims to be united, adding it was not wrong to have different opinions.

Petikan Arkib NST Online : 05/07/2009

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