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Sharlinie alive and will be found, predicts bomohs

PETALING JAYA: The home of five-year-old Sharlinie Mohd Nashar, who has been missing for two weeks, was abuzz with activity yesterday.

The family invited about 50 bomohs and their followers to perform prayers and conduct rituals at the home.

Dressed in black with most of them wearing songkok, the bomohs arrived at 9.45am at the double-storey terrace home in PJS2, Taman Medan, and got down to work right away.

There was some relief for the parents Mohd Nashar Mat Hussain and Suraya Ahmad.

The bomohs were unanimous in saying that Sharlinie, who was reported missing on Jan 9, was alive and would be found within

a week. One of the bomohs,

Nasir Mahmud, claimed that Sharlinie was being held captive in a flat nearby.

“I believe that two men and one woman are involved in the kidnapping (of Sharlinie).

“The kidnappers wanted to test their black magic on her,” said Nasir, who also believed that the kidnappers used black magic to kidnap Sharlinie.

After the prayers, the group proceeded to the playground where Sharlinie was last seen.

The followers of the bomohs circled the playground while Sharlinie’s family knelt on a red cloth and prayed for her safe return.

Sharlinie’s sister, Sharliena was asked to call out to her sister while her parents held a pigeon in a cage which was later released. A coconut was also cracked.

“Releasing the pigeon is symbolic of the release of Sharlinie by her captors. Cracking the coconut is akin to softening the captor’s heart,” said Nasir.

“From my divination, the kidnappers are arguing among themselves. Two of them want to return Sharlinie,” said Nasir.

After the rituals, Nashar said: “I’m confident my daughter will return safely in less than a week as predicted.”

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