Singaporean Resort Owner in Malaysia Arrested, Loses Permanent Residency, for Letting Buddhists Meditate in Muslim Prayer Room

The Malay Mail reports:

The holiday resort owner in Sedili Besar, near Kota Tinggi, was released on police bail yesterday, after being remanded for four days to facilitate investigations into him allowing the resort’s surau to be used for a Buddhist religious ceremony.

Johor police had said that the investigation papers of the case were, however, being finalised and had yet to be submitted to the public prosecutor for further action.

Today [Aug. 17], Home Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi announced that the Singaporean’s PR has been revoked, effective immediately….

Thanks to Prof. Howard Friedman (Religion Clause) for the pointer.