JHEAINS fault effect on Quran verse ornaments sold at Nilai 3

SEREMBAN: Negeri Sembilan’s Department of Islamic Religious Affairs (JHEAINS) detected a fault in the Koran calligraphy ornaments that were widely sold by traders around the Nilai 3 Business Center here yesterday.

The Chief Religious Enforcement Officer of JHEAINS, Nik Azlan Nik Man, said that surprise inspections were carried out at several premises in an integrated operation starting at around 5pm yesterday with the cooperation of the Ministry of Home Affairs (KDN) and the Seremban City Council (MBS).

“We found that the sale of jewelry contains imperfect Quranic verses. There are writing errors in the text of the Qur’anic verse including tajwid errors, letters and verses that can bring lessons or different meanings,” he said when he was found in an operation at Nilai Business Center 3, Nilai here yesterday.

Nik Azlan explained, the investigation found that the traders were not sensitive and took the easy way of selling ornaments with the wrong verses of the Quran and violated Section 14 of the Quran Text Printing Act 1986.

“The concept of the Qur’an is zero defects, there can be no mistakes, even if they are small, they can have a big meaning. “Supposedly, before selling jewelry containing holy verses of the Quran, printing approval must be obtained from the KDN,” he added.

Nik Azlan said that his party has been carrying out intelligence since December 27 following the discovery of a pile of ornaments from the Qur’an by irresponsible parties that were thrown by the roadside in the Malaysian Arab Industrial Area, Nilai here.

“The public is reminded to be more careful, check before buying and warn traders, they can be punished if they sell ornaments of the Quran without KDN approval.

“The case is being investigated under Section 49 and Section 50 of the Negeri Sembilan Syariah Criminal Enactment 1992 which is insulting Islam,” he said.

The survey found that, during the operation of the premises, it was guarded by a 35-year-old Egyptian man who claimed not to know of any mistakes in the framed text of the Qur’anic verse.

Meanwhile, the Deputy Director of MBS Law and Enforcement Department, Saiful Saadon, said that a premise selling Quranic verse jewelery had been ordered to close for operating without a license for the past four months.

“The owner of this shop has many chains but has not yet applied for a license for the premises here. All items estimated to be worth RM20,000 were seized as evidence and only released when a license application was made. The investigation is conducted under Section 3 of the Trade and Industrial Licensing By-Law 1996,” he said. – MESSENGER.

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