Nur Sajat has once again received backlash after a video of her allegedly throwing some shade at the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (JAIS) began making its rounds on social media.
In the video, which was re-uploaded on TikTok, the queer figure is seen mocking the religious institution for their unsuccessful attempt in capturing her. If you recall, she was able to escape to Thailand, before settling down for good down under.
“Sajat is faster than JAIS. Just when JAIS was about to knock on Sajat’s door, I was already in Thailand. Sawadee Ka, sawadee ka. Meanwhile, the religious department only arrived at my doorstep to send their greetings. You were too slow, JAIS! (By the time you came) I’ve already made my move,” the 37-year-old could be heard saying in the video.
In issuing her response to Sajat’s statement, Dr. Rafidah Hanim Mokhtar, a lecturer of Physiology at the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) has advised young people to not be easily fascinated by the transwoman’s antics. “There is nothing surprising after seeing her mocking JAIS in her latest Tik Tok. In order for youngsters to not become too fascinated by the display, I’ll share a few advices,” she wrote on her FB.
In her post, Dr. Rafidah also shared a piece of Quranic verse that reads, “Indeed, the sinners are used to laugh at the believers.” She also added that she’s sure that JAIS has already done their best (in detaining Sajat). She then claimed that Sajat’s the one who’s obsessed with the religious department.
The educator also called for the “Makhluk Penggoda” songstress’ parents to pray for their child to change for the better. She wrote, “I hope that Sajat’s parents will pray for her to return to the right path. Provide a clear-cut explanation on where she went wrong.”
Dr. Rafidah also stated that although Australia fully supports gender and identity change, research found that trans people in the country similarly experienced discrimination. According to her, most of them suffered from mental illness including depression and anxiety.
For those who are interested, you can read Dr. Rafidah’s full post here.
Source: Lobak Merah.