2005 in Malaysia

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2005 in Malaysia is the 48th anniversary of Malaysia's independence.

Severe haze affecting Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in August 2005
Ariffin Mohamed known as Ayah Pin standing in front of the large teapot and the vase in the Sky Kingdom compound prior to its demolition on 1 August.

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State level[edit]









  • July – Dr Judson Sakai anak Tagal, the Sarawak state assemblyman for Ba'kelalan, was killed in a helicopter crash in Ba'kelalan, Sarawak.[8]
  • 10 July – The NKVE-Jalan Meru flyover (now Setia Alam Interchange) collapses onto the New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), killing two Bangladeshi workers and injuring seven others.[9]
  • 18 July – A group of masked vigilantes attacked the Sky Kingdom's headquarters, smashing windows and torching buildings. Two days later, 58 followers were arrested, and on 31 July three of Ariffin Mohamed known as Ayah Pin's four wives were also arrested in Kelantan. Ariffin escaped arrest and remains at large as a fugitive wanted by the Malaysian authorities. Forty-five members face charges of failing to observe the government fatwa (i.e. for continuing to be members of a sect declared as deviant), which carries a fine up to RM 3,000 or two years in prison. One of those arrested faced an additional charge of "humiliating Islam" (for claiming not to be a Muslim).[10]




  • 1 October – Kota Bharu, capital of Kelantan state, was declared as the first Islamic city in Malaysia.[18]
  • 9 November – Azahari Husin, a Malaysian national and Islamic terrorist was killed in a police raid on his hideout in Indonesia.[19]



National Day[edit]

Main theme[edit]

Keranamu Malaysia (Theme of Educations)

National Day Parade[edit]




See also[edit]


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