The issue involving Nur Sajat dressing as a woman and mingling with other female pilgrims while performing her umrah has caused a massive commotion over the past few days.

In fact, a lot of people have been expressing their disappointment over the fact that she’s disrespecting the religion and argued that her actions are against Muslim teachings. Even Haneesya Hanee felt the same way.

Source: Twitter

The 20-year-old reacted after Nalisa Alia Amin took to her Twitter to share her opinion about the drama surrounding Sajat. She tweeted, “The amount of hate and transphobic comments Sajat received because she’s on her umrah right now is nasty. What kind of religious faith that they believe on to say such things?”

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She continued by questioning, “I thought Mecca accepts all Muslims. What makes them think they have the authorisation on whether Sajat can perform her umrah? God appointed them to be the gatekeepers ah?” However, the tweet has been removed by her as at time of writing.

Refusing to stay silent, Haneesya responded by tweeting, “I think people are just concerned that he’s a male. Normally, people in the mosque will not mix between men and women because they’re not considered as mahram (family members).”

She further added by assuring netizens that she doesn’t hate Sajat. She just felt that the matter of religion is not something that can be taken lightly. Haneesya’s tweet has in turn received a number of mixed reactions from local netizens.

In response, the “Cik Reen Encik Ngok Ngek” actress came up with a series of statements on Twitter to clarify the situation. She opened the thread by addressing the misunderstandings between her and Nalisa. Haneesya said she tried to explain that what Sajat did is still wrong according to Islamic law.

She further added by addressing the confrontation between her and a netizen who accused her of being a transphobic. According to Haneesya, she is okay with people criticising her. However, she admitted her mistake of referring to Sajat as a “he” and didn’t meant to be disrespectful.

Meanwhile, local rapper Caprice has also voiced out his opinion about the ongoing controversy. He shared a clip on his Instagram showing a screenshot of actor Fizz Fairuz’s post on social media that reads, “Breaking news: Muhammad Sajjad has been arrested at Airport Jeddah”, much to the “Baby Sayang” hit maker’s dismay.

“Why bother with Sajat’s arrest issue in Saudi Arabia?” Caprice said in the clip, before adding, “Brother Sajat has been wearing female clothes in Malaysia for a long time.” He continued by saying, “If this issue is considered a defamation of the Islamic image, why there has been no action taken against him in all this time?” He concluded by reassuring that no matter where we are, God’s rules and laws are still the same.

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