Throughout the world, oral cancer is the 6th most common cancers and annually there were 350,000 new cases reported worldwide.The survival rate of oral cancer is lower than that of cervical cancer, skin melanoma and breast cancer.In 2017 Malaysia tried to censor Beauty and the Beast over some gay moments but eventually caved in to pressure and let the movie be shown.
“Maybe these anti-Islam quarters and portals that use the tactics of ‘infidel djinns’ don’t want to play up the issue of sodomising wives in Islam because they know that this is forbidden in Islam,” added the editor of the Muslim right-wing group’s portal.reported Monday Perak Mufti Tan Sri Harussani Zakaria as saying that a Muslim woman has “no right” to reject her husband’s demand for sex, claiming that Prophet Muhammad had said women must have sex if their husbands want it even if they are on the back of a camel.Ismaweb.net’s Razali said he believes that most Muslims will not rape their wives if their spouses have good reason for rejecting sex.“Even if the wife continues to reject sex, Islam has shown another way for the husband to release his desires - not one, in fact Islam encourages men to marry up till four women if they can afford to,” he said.Giroud header seals Arsenal win in season-opening thriller Contaminated eggs scandal hits Asian shores as crisis grows The Edit: Australia cafe applies ‘man tax’ for male customers KTMB to give out 60,000 free Komuter Link cards from Aug 16 to Sept 16 KUALA LUMPUR, April 30 — Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia’s (Isma) news portal has decried the focus on Islam in an ongoing marital rape debate, claiming that other religions are worse as they may permit anal sex in marriage.
senior editor Razali Zakaria pointed out that DAP assemblyman Yeo Bee Yin’s rape awareness campaign did not target any particular religion, accusing “liberal” news portals that are “close to the Jews” of trying to denigrate Islam by reporting that Muslim women are prohibited from denying their husbands sex.
Human Rights Watch states that "Discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people is pervasive in Malaysia" Malaysia retains its colonial era criminal ban on sodomy (as well as oral sex), broadly defined to include both heterosexual and homosexual acts, with possible punishment including fines, prison sentences of up to twenty years, and even corporal punishment.
A subsection of the Criminal Code also provides additional punishment for men convicted of "gross indecency with another male person".
Oral cancer commonly occurs at buccal mucosa (cheek), tongue, floor of the mouth and lip.
This is fortunately one of the best cancers to detect early, because it presents in a part of your body that is so prominent and easily seen by yourself or, even if you fail to identify it in a mirror, your family and friends.
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