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Muslim cemetery taking a wedding photo Muslim woman apologizes
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A Malay woman engaged in wedding photography service has been criticized by netizens for her wedding photos at the Christian Cemetery. She has already apologized.

Earlier, the filming team had a large lineup and filmed at the Christian Cemetery. Many netizens have condemned the cemetery as a sacred place. It is an irritating thing to take wedding photos in other people's graves. Some netizens believe that this move completely disrespects Christians and provokes ethnic and religious sensitivity in order to be out of position.

According to the Malay newspaper "Metropolitan Daily", the owner of the wedding photography service, Nur Amirah, has apologized. “I admit my mistakes and apologize to those who are offended.” Amira revealed that she took this photo for personal collection and did not want to make it public.

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