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    Posted November 11, 2012 by
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    Selangor, Malaysia

    Image of Virgin Mary appears in Malaysia

     
    The image of the Virgin Mary has appeared on a window at a private healthcare facility in Malaysia.
    Since photos went viral of the supposed image of Mary appeared on a window of the Sime Darby Medical Center (formerly known as the Subang Jaya Medical Center), Christians in the predominantly Muslim nation of Malaysia have been arriving in the hundreds, with numbers swelling by the hour.
    The image was reportedly spotted at 4pm last Friday. Last night many began candlelight prayer sessions within the hospital compound.
    There have been unconfirmed reports on social media sites that eyewitnesses have claimed the image had 'moved' as attempts were made to cover it.
    Other unconfirmed reports state another image is forming on another window pane, bearing the image of the Sacred Heart.
    The news has made the national daily, The Star and currently remains a hot topic on social media in Malaysia.
    There has been no word from the authorities, but Christian leaders are calling for patience as investigations need to be conducted to verify the status and authenticity of the image.
    Meanwhile, many Christians this evening were seen congregating at the entrance and parking lot of the hospital which the window overlooks.
    The image, is startlingly obvious in form, though due to its distance, it has been hard to get a decent picture of it without the hospital's permission to get a closer look.

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