Indonesian ulema Syekh Ali Jaber stabbed in the arm during sermon, continues preaching- Bali News

Indonesian ulema Syekh Ali Jaber stabbed in the arm during sermon, continues preaching

Indonesian ulema Syekh Ali Jaber stabbed in the arm during sermon, continues preaching- Bali News


Indonesian ulema Syekh Ali Jaber was stabbed during a sermon at Lampung yesterday, prior to the celebrated preacher continued preaching after remedy into the wound in his arm. AA was apprehended by local authorities and investigation to his motivations remains underway.  The defendant, who police state liked to see Ali Jaber's sermons online, will face charges associated with aggravated assault but may undergo a mental examination as he might seem to be mentally challenged.Authorities said Ali Jaber needed a 4-centimeter deep wound in his armbut he resumed preaching elsewhere in town after that day following his wound was dressed.

"There were really officers guarding the positioning of this offense, but the defendant attacked the victim from nowhere," Lampung Provincial Police Chief Purwadi Arianto explained.Ali Jaber is set to keep on preaching from the state as scheduled in his excursion to the forthcoming days, but with increased police safety.The ulema, that has been commended by the authorities because of his continuous promotion of accountable health policies involving the COVID-19 pandemic, also called upon the public to not be actuated by the assault.

"I think that the government, specifically the authorities, can process this situation in line with this law and be clear with the general public," he explained during a live TV interview yesterday evening."I'm asking the folks and netizens to not be baited and triggered by this assault.  Don't join this to politics or what have you, I do not need that."Ulemas are becoming a subject of political controversy recently, especially following the authorities proposed a certificate program for preachers so as to maintain high standards of spiritual teaching in the nation.  The program was vehemently opposed by several Islamic groups, including the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI), who contended that the name of ulema is an honorific one, not a practical one.

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