Cops told to stop Bible burning

Free Malaysia Today

H/T to Fjordman

The Penang Chief Minister asks Penang’s police chief to ensure that Sunday’s ‘festival’ does not happen.

PETALING JAYA: Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng has asked police to stop this Sunday’s Bible-burning programme planned by Pasukan Bertindak Anti Bible Bahasa Melayu, a previously unknown group.

“I would like your cooperation to stop them and increase the security level to ensure public safety and harmony,” he wrote to Penang police chief Abdul Rahim Hanafi in a letter made available to the media.

“We hope that the police can control the situation to avoid any untoward incidents.”

Lim’s call came a day after the discovery of a flyer urging Muslims to attend what the group called a “festival” to burn Malay-language Bibles at the Bagan Luar Municipality field in Butterworth.

The flyer reads: “Our children and grandchildren will end up being apostates if you want to wait for our impotent government to act.

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