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Topic: Datuk Kong

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Authorities should help to reduce tension
THE issue over the fisherman in Tanjung Piandang, Kerian, Perak who was videoed offering prayers to a roadside deity commonly known as Datuk Kong while dressed in typical Malay attire (T-shirt, sarung...
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Man in sarong, skull cap says sorry over ‘Dato Kong’ worship video
PARIT BUNTAR: A fisherman tendered an open apology to all Muslims today for his indiscretion in conducting a ritual at a “Dato Kong” altar dressed like a Muslim.
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Sex video targets minister, and 9 things that happened yesterday
KINI ROUNDUP | Here are key headlines you may have missed yesterday, in brief. 1.
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Cops nab man suspected of placing statues of deities at mosque
KLANG: A 37-year-old man who is suspected of causing a stir by placing statues of Chinese and Hindu deities at a mosque in Pandamaran here was arrested by police on Sunday.
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No doubts should exist over use of vaccines, says Mujahid
SUBANG JAYA: All vaccines produced in Malaysia have been approved by the authorities and the question of whether they are haram did not arise, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Mujahid Yus...
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Pranksters strike again with Hindu figurines
KLANG: Pranksters, who placed the idol of a Chinese deity at a mosque here on Wednesday, probably struck again yesterday when they left two small figurines of Hindu deities at a mosque in Pandamaran, ...
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Pranksters leave stolen idol in mosque
PORT KLANG: Mischievous individuals created a stir at a mosque here when they stole a statue of a Chinese deity from a house and left it in the compound of a mosque nearby at Taman Pendamar Indah 1 he...
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