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  1. Propagating religion other than Islam a crime under Syariah law (The Brunei Times)
    “PRIVATE education institutions have been cautioned against propagating religions other than Islam as it is a crime under the Syariah Penal Code Order. During a briefing in Tutong on the law yesterday, legal experts from the Ministry of Religious Affairs and the Prime Minister’s Office told 300 representatives of private education institutions it was an offence to propagate religions other than Islam to a Muslim or atheist. The offence is punishable by a fine of up to $20,000, imprisonment for up to five years or both under Section 209. Exposing beliefs and practices other than Islam to a Muslim child, or a child whose parents are atheist, carries the same punishment. Under Section 212, it is an offence to “persuade, tell, cause, offer payment to, influence, incite, encourage or let” the child accept such teachings. Additionally, it is a crime to expose the child to any ceremony, act of worship or religious activity of any religion beside Islam, or to participate in any activity held for the benefit of other religions. Several provisions relating to the publication, possession and distribution of materials that propagate religions other than Islam are also included in Brunei Darussalam’s Syariah Penal Code Order. This law applies to both Muslims and non-Muslims. However, there are certain offences that are applicable only to Muslims. Brunei is set to enforce the first phase of the new law in April, ushering in Ta’zir or general offences that are punishable by fines, imprisonment or both…”

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