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Sisters in Islam: Prove lesbian act really took place

Sisters In Islam (SIS) notes that the news report on the duo, nabbed on suspicion of having same-sex relations, has failed to show any criminal elements.

KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 1, 2014:

Sisters In Islam (SIS) has urged the Johor religious department to conduct a thorough investigation on the two female students nabbed on suspicion of having same-sex relations.

Citing section 26 of the Johor Syariah enactment, SIS legal officer Rashidi Abd Rahim argued that prosecutors must prove that the act had actually taken place.

Rashidi said that based on the report by Sinar Harian, one of the suspects, who was fully clothed, had opened the door, while another was naked in the bathroom.

The news report, Rashidi pointed out, failed to show any criminal element.

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