It is claimed that the incident happened during a Sea of Galilee tour and that the ship’s captain played the Negaraku song.
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According to Berita Harian, the police have opened an investigation into the dissemination of a video showing a group of individuals singing Negaraku while the Jalur Gemilang and the Israeli flags were raised.
Superintendent Ku Mashariman Ku Mahmood, deputy chief of police in Petaling Jaya, stated that an investigation was conducted after a police report was filed at 11:20 p.m. on Tuesday.
He claimed that the complainant had told the police that a 47-second video clip about the incident had been shared in a WhatsApp group.
Investigations found that the incident happened in September when a group of locals visited the Sea of Galilee, which is located under Israel’s jurisdiction.Superintendent Ku Mashariman Ku Mahmood, Deputy Chief of Police in Petaling Jaya.
The visit was made through Ziarah Kembara, which was conducted by a local travel agency. (And) during the visit, Negaraku was played and the Malaysian flag was raised,” he said in a statement today.Superintendent Ku Mashariman Ku Mahmood, Deputy Chief of Police in Petaling Jaya.
The case is being investigated in accordance with Section 8 of the National Anthem Act of 1968 and Section 233 of the Communications and Multimedia Act of 1988, according to Ku Mashariman.
In the meantime, Ku Mashariman advised the public not to issue statements or disseminate any content related to the incident on any platform.
The re-emergence of the video clip is believed to be linked to the current issue of Israel.Superintendent Ku Mashariman Ku Mahmood, Deputy Chief of Police in Petaling Jaya.
It was claimed that the video was shot during a tour of the Sea of Galilee and that the Malaysian flag was raised and the Negaraku song played by the ship’s captain.