Thursday, 6 April 2017

Indian imam to be repatriated from Singapore over offensive remarks

Singapore: An Indian imam is set to be repatriated from Singapore after he made hostile comments against Jews and Christians amid a sermon.

The Imam had a week ago apologized before Christian, Sikh, Taoist, Buddhist and Hindu delegates and also individuals from the Federation of Indian Muslims, saying that he was "loaded with extraordinary regret" for the burden, strain and injury brought about by his comments.

Nalla yesterday met Home Affairs and Law Minister K Shanmugam who told the Imam that he valued the earnestness of the his statement of regret.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said in an announcement on April 3 that the imam will be repatriated.

The Imam will return home today under repatriation arrange, The Straits Times announced.

Recently, the imam said he completely comprehended and acknowledged the choice to indict him and the scene was a "precious lesson" to him.

He said he was consoled that the charge against him "was not one out of witch chase, but rather exclusively to save the sacredness of interfaith concordance". Read more:-International Database

"This is the thing that I am taking with me back to India," he said.

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