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This is the moment an irate man slapped a Muslim woman in Malaysia when she told him it was her 'right' not to wear the hijab.Footage shows the attacker berating a number of women sitting at a bus stop in the state of Penang, north west Malaysia and asking one about her faith and why she was not wearing a headscarf.The man, who wears a jumper and a pair of jogging bottoms, had approached a group of women sitting at the bus stop.He asked the women, who were wearing stylish, fashionable clothing, what religion they followed.But when she explained that the hijab 'is our right' and a personal choice, he lashed out with the back of his hand, striking her across the face.The video has sparked fury online in Malaysia and has been viewed more than 700,000 times.To do this we will link your Mail Online account with your Facebook account.
Some doors swing open to reveal dishevelled men, woken from a lonely sleep. After half a dozen fruitless attempts, the officers persevere at the door of a room registered to a young man in his 20s.When they finally get the door ajar, the team crowds in, led by the female officer who's snapping pictures to use as evidence.Inside the room, the young man and an unregistered occupant – a woman in her twenties – hand over their identity cards to the officer.More than 60 per cent of Malaysia's population of over 30 million people are Muslim and social attitudes - particularly outside cities - can be conservative.
Religious conservatism has also been rising in Malaysia in recent years, chipping away at a one-time reputation for moderation and tolerance.
"We have received complaints from members of the public about offenses relating to close proximity," he tells me.