UPDATE: TAKZIAH and AL FATIHAH
Allahyarhamah Nurin Jazlin is to be buried today after Friday prayers.
This is from Nurinjazlin.blogspot.com:
Due to the overwhelming scientific evidence produced, the parents of Nurin Jazlin have decided to accept the body they inspected as of their daughter's.
The body will be claimed this morning and funeral (burial) would probably be held after Friday prayers today.
My earlier posting:
Looks like a controversy is emerging from the case of the murdered little girl who was stuffed in a sports bag.
DNA tests have confirmed that little Miss Jane Doe is Nurin Jazlin, the eight year-old who had been missing since Aug 20.
But her parents have denied that that the girl in the bag is Nurin.
Jazimin Abdul Jalil and Norazian Bistamin have insisted that the dead child is not their daughter because of some physical differences between the two children -- teeth and hair and the absence of a scar (on the dead girl's body).
Inspector-General of Police Musa Hassan has said that little Miss Jane Doe will remain "unidentified" pending further DNA tests to confirm her identity.
You know what...... okay, by all means, yes, do another DNA test. We need some kind of closure for the parents. The parents need it.
If it is indeed Nurin, then Jazimin and Norazian will be able to come to terms with the fact that their daughter is not out there somewhere. That she is no longer with them and they will be able to "doa" for Nurin.
It is painful. No parent should be going through this.
And our hearts go out to you both.
Al Fatihah to dear Nurin and may she rest in peace...
But if it is not Nurin...well then, who is this poor child and where is Nurin?
The police have to make these cases a priority -- a murdered child and another, a missing child.
The crime committed against the dead girl is very heinous, horrific, brutal and despicable, necessitating the highest urgency from the police.
Whether or not the child is little Nurin, the fact remains that a child had been brutalised and murdered by a person or persons.
The fact remains that the beast(s) is/are still out there.