Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Malaysia Islamic Authorities Investigates "dog patting" event
Despite being in the 21st century some authorities of other countries are still living in the stone age. Islamic authorities in Malaysia are investigating a "dog patting" event that has the purpose of improving dog ownership in the multi-ethnic Muslim-majority country.
The event is called "I want to touch a dog" and held in a park on the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur last Sunday, October 19, 2014. The event encouraged people to pat dogs which are considered unclean in Islam. It was such a success that it drew hundreds of spectators majority are Muslims that it was noticed by crazy religious leaders.
One of a crazy Muslim leader, Nooh Gadut said it was an insult to them, "Don't try to create a culture that is opposite to Islam."
Syed Azmi Alhabshi is a Muslim who organized the event said that he did it to help people overcome their fear of dogs and promote compassion towards animals.
Maybe some of their clerics are supporters of ISIS.