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Monday, June 25, 2018

Sabah condemns ‘disrespectful’ dance by tourists near city mosque

Sabah condemns ‘disrespectful’ dance by tourists near city mosque
KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah government is livid over the behaviour of two foreign tourists who were caught on video dancing in an indecent manner in front of the city mosque here. 
The authorities have promised to take swift action against the tourists and their tour operator. The nine-second video, which has been making its rounds on social media, is believed to have been shot by a passer-by, earlier today. 
The video showed the women, in brief shorts and tops, dancing in an indecent manner on a concrete wall in front of the mosque. 
Tourism, culture and environment assistant minister Assafal Alian said the government strongly condemned the disrespectful behavior of the two tourists. 
“Once we identify their nationalities, strong action will be taken against them and the operator of the group who failed to brief and deter the foreigners,” he said. 
He said the actions of the tourists showed their lack of respect to Muslim worshippers as well as the hospitality extended to them.

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Blogger Pete Rowe said...

Shareef don't like it. Rockin' the Casbah. Rock the Casbah.

By order of the prophet
We ban that boogie sound
Degenerate the faithful
With that crazy Casbah sound

Is art imitating life or is it the other way around?

Monday, June 25, 2018 3:42:00 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If this was in the US then I'm all LMAO. But this IS Malaysia and I really believe that "when in Rome..." should be the default setting for the personal conduct of a visitor. Had they done this in Singapore they would likely be prosecuted. Lucky for them only men can be caned.

Monday, June 25, 2018 5:03:00 pm  

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