Terengganu’s former chief Shariah judge today panned a so-called “Islamic” medical expert’s claim that paranormal beings was a possible cause for Malaysia’s humiliating 10-0 loss to UAE in the World Cup qualifier.‘Spiritual virus’ behind Malaysia’s paranormal obsession, ex-Shariah judge says | Malaysia | Malay Mail Online
Datuk Ismail Yahya said the penchant for these Malaysians to fall back on such claims could be because they were infected with a “spiritual virus” inside them that made them resort to practices that were not consistent with the teachings of Islam.
“My view about the supernatural which Malaysians always make a connection [with], between a disaster or loss means spiritual virus (sic),” Ismail told Malay Mail Online by email when contacted.
“Spiritual virus can come through magic, the environment such as their homes, the attitude of someone obsessed with things or the practice of the teaching of ‘unreligious’ mysticism,” he added.
Ismail had been asked to comment on a report earlier today by Malay tabloid Kosmo, which cited a purported “Islamic” medical expert Datuk Shamsuri Shafie as claiming that “makhluk halus” or paranormal beings may be to blame for Malaysia’s loss in the qualifying match on Wednesday.
Saturday, September 12, 2015
‘Spiritual virus’ behind Malaysia’s paranormal obsession, ex-Shariah judge says | Malaysia | Malay Mail Online
So we have a "so-called 'Islamic' medical expert” claiming bad juju. Then a former "Shariah" judge said that such a pronouncement, regarding “paranormal beings” causing such events, was false and indicative of a “spiritual virus” infecting the “medical expert” and members of the public, and that this was a straying from Islam. A wholly made up religion based on an all powerful sky daddy. Makes sens to me, how 'bout you?