Raja Bomoh performs ritual over Kim Jong-nam's death

Raja Bomoh performs ritual over Kim Jong-nam's death
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KUALA LUMPUR - Malaysia's 'Raja Bomoh Sedunia' has performed another ritual, this time outside the National Institute of Forensic Medicine (IPFN) at Hospital Kuala Lumpur here over the death of Kim Jong-nam.

Ibrahim Mat Zin, who calls himself the Raja Bomoh Sedunia Nujum VIP, caused a media frenzy when he arrived outside the IPFN at 6pm yesterday.

He performed a ritual using sticks as binoculars while reciting prayers before leaving about five minutes later.

A three-minute video of Ibrahim conducting a ritual on a beach to protect Malaysia from a North Korean nuclear attack went viral on Sunday.

The video featured Ibrahim and three assistants ankle-deep in water with two coconuts, a pair of sticks used as binoculars, five bamboo cannons, a carpet, and a bowl of seawater.

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"This time, the ritual is to protect Malaysia from any threat or attacks from other countries especially North Korea," Ibrahim was quoted as saying in a Malay portal.

A controversial figure, Ibrahim first made headlines in March 2014, when he conducted two rituals at the KL International Airport to supposedly locate the missing Malaysia Airlines MH370 flight.

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