Sheikh warns of ‘divine wrath’ for planting false evidence

Sheikh warns of ‘divine wrath’ for planting false evidence
February 28 05:23 2018

A Maldivian cleric has warned of “divine wrath” for those who plant false evidence.

“In any Muslim country, whoever engages in planting false evidence and giving false testimony against someone is subjecting themselves to the wrath of Allah. You are never forced to trick people. You must escape, even if it means you have to resign,” Sheikh Ali Zaid tweeted Wednesday.

His comments came hours after police announced they were seeking prosecution of former president Maumoon Abdul Gayoom and two Supreme Court judges for destroying evidence.

Zaid has previously stirred controversy for claiming that 70 percent of people on an unnamed island do not fast during Ramadan. He has also called for the beheading of Muslims who advocate same-sex marriage.

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  1. Muslimor NOT?
    March 04, 12:22 #1 Muslimor NOT?

    Maldivians all demand that there people all be Muslim, and then scoff and laugh when a Maldivian preaches Islam like it’s some kind of a joke, or a threat. Well, do you want your ppl to be Muslim or NOT?

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