On 31st December last year, Malaysia High Court ruling on that Catholic weekly "the Herald", had the constitutional rights to use the word “Allah” to describe “God” in its Malay-language edition. Right after the news spread, a couple of churches in Malaysia have been the victims of arson attack.
Many people were shocked with the church arson incidents, and many are worry the similar incidents will continue to happen anytime. Just on yesterday, the only incident 'witness' claimed himself that he was around when the explosives were being made to one of the churches. And guess what, this youth post his witness in his Facebook. For sure, his Facebook is achieving new hits with so many visitors and comments.
With the prevalent of Facebook, police is also pay attention to it, not only individual. This youth is very lucky that he was picked up by police at his residence in the same day's evening. After a couple of hours of interrogation, the youth finally confessed that he made a hoax on his Facebook. In the end of the day, the youth was released after he was warned sternly of his actions.
So what's the moral of this story? If you want get popular on Facebook, you may try this? Definitely no! If you want to make a hoax, don't ever make it on Facebook, please!