Dr Amalina Gets Sexual Remarks On Her 9-Week-Old Baby, Calls For Media To Be Reprimanded

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Dr Nur Amalina Che Bakri, the Malaysian born physician who often shares educational content on medicine, has received sexual comments regarding her 9-week-old daughter.

It all started in a Q&A session the doctor held on her Instagram story, where one user had asked if there are medical services that provide female circumcision in the UK where Dr Amalina is currently residing.

She responded by saying that the procedure is illegal in the UK. However, male circumcision is allowed in some hospitals.

Source: Oh Media

According to her, khitan (circumcision for female babies) is categorised as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) or Female Genital Cutting (FGC) in the UK.

“There are various opinions regarding the ‘khitan’ procedure according to the fatwa and the respective countries.”

“If you’re still not satisfied, you can ask the ‘imam’ in the UK yourself. If you still have doubts, just abide to the opinion of the mufti (Muslim legal expert) at your own country. There’s no need to denounce the Muslim community in other countries.”

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This educational content was then picked up by some local media outlets and made the rounds on Facebook, where the comments sections had contained sexual remarks about her 9-week-old daughter.

According to NST, Dr Amalina claimed that they were “disgusting, insulting, and obscene.”

“I am not affected by words thrown at me, but they had crossed the line when they made sexual comments about my innocent daughter. Please leave my daughter alone.”

 

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She then posted a thread on Twitter regarding the events, along with screenshots of the lewd comments she’s received.

 

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Now, she is in the midst of seeking legal recourse “as a lesson to all”.

“I also want to reprimand the writers of articles who like to come up with clickbait headlines or take trivial stories from my IG to sensationalise and encourage Muslim Malays to fight and slander each other.

“Where are your ethics? Even the comments section has no moderation. I hope this matter gets the attention of the authorities.”

Dr Amalina said she had never criticised Islamic laws.

“I have always maintained (to my followers) that if they are in Malaysia, follow the fatwas and laws in Malaysia,” she said.