BFM presenter Aisyah Tajuddin is fortunate that she is a “citizen in the land of Malay people, who are known for their civil behaviour,” said an Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) leader.
"If she was in certain countries whose people are radical, there is a likelihood she would have been murdered without any warning," said Isma information chief Mohd Hazizi Ab Rahman.
He was responding to the death and rape threats Aisyah received following a satirical video on Kelantan government’s move to implement hudud laws in the state.
Hazizi also refuted Aisyah’s father, retired UTM lecturer Tajuddin Mohd Rasdi’s remarks linking Isma and Perkasa to the issue.
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