LGE Lantik Pengkhianat Raja Sebagai Pegawai Penerangan Tentang Islam?

28 09 2017

Penang Chief Minister’s Office today announced the appointment of PKR liberal activist Wan Ji Wan Hussin as the information officer “to help counter false narratives hurled at the state government on matters concerning Islam”.

The infamous Wan Ji whose plan to remove the monarchy system in Malaysia was exposed on video, took his oath of office before Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng in Komtar today.

And as a lawmaker, Lim Guan Eng must be aware that the Section 121B of the Penal Code says that anyone whoever compasses, imagines, invents or intends the deposition or deprivation of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong from the sovereignty of Malaysia shall be punished with imprisonment for life and shall also be liable to fine.

Isn’t it an insult to the Royal Institutions, for a state government to appoint a person who plans to bring down the Sultans who are Heads of Islam to a position related to Islamic matters?

Or does Lim Guan Eng agree with Wan Ji’s illegal plan as well?

 As they say, birds of a feather flock together.

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Apakah Tindakan Sivarasa Satu Contoh “Good Governance” PKR?

31 05 2017

Sivarasa menyampaikan ucapan di dalam Masjid An Nur, Kampung Melayu Subang.-Foto/Media sosial
(Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd )

Ahli Parlimen PKR Subang, Sivarasa Rasiah telah membuat satu kenyataan membela diri setelah Sultan Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah menzahirkan rasa teramat murka dan dukacita dengan tindakannya yang memasuki Masjid An Nur, Kampung Melayu Subang pada minggu lalu dan menggunakan ruangan solat sebagai tempat berpolitik.

Dipetik daripada Free Malaysia Today, Sivarasa berkata:

“Saya hanya buat ucapan ringkas menyampaikan salam Ramadan kepada hadirin dan menegaskan keyakinan saya kepada komitmen kerajaan Selangor terus bimbing institusi surau dan masjid di Selangor,” Sivarasa Rasiah.

Saya merasakan kenyataan Sivarasa itu amat biadap dan tidak masuk akal, malah pemimpin PKR itu bukan sahaja telah  melanggar titah tuanku Sultan Selangor, malah telah mempertikaikan titah tuanku Sultan.

Pemimpin mesti memahami Perlembagaan Persekutuan.

Menafikan menggunakan masjid untuk tempat berpoltik, Sivarasa tidak boleh menafikan kenyatan telah berucap di kawasan solat saf hadapan masjid tersebut; di mana peristiwa itu telah dibuktikan melalui gambar-gambar yang tersiar di media.

Tuanku Sultan Selangor sebagai Ketua Agama Islam Negeri Selangor berhak menentukan adab bagi orang-orang bukan Islam di masjid-masjid kerana baginda bukan sahaja mahu menjaga kesucian dan kemurnian masjid-masjid di negeri Selangor, malah menjaga kesucian agama Islam; dan Sivarasa Rasiah sebagai rakyat Selangor mesti patuh akan titah baginda.

PKR berbangga dengan apa yang mereka dakwa sebagai mengamalkan “good governance” dalam mentadbir negeri Selangor; apakah sikap tidak menghormati agama Islam ini satu contoh “good governance” PKR?

Sivarasa Rasiah sebagai pemimpin di Selangor sepatutnya menghormati agama Islam dan adab di masjid dan bukannya mempertahankan tindakkannya yang telah menghina masjid, iaitu berada di kawasan saf hadapan masjid tersebut.

Soalan saya:

  1. Apakah ini contoh “good governance” yang dibanggakan oleh PKR, iaitu pemimpin tidak menghormati Islam, agama bagi negeri Selangor dan agama bagi negara Malaysia dan melanggar titah tuanku Sultan Selangor?
  2. Apakah ada keperluan bagi Sivarasa Rasiah sebagai seorang bukan Islam berada di kawasan solat masjid, dan berucap di kawasan saf hadapan masjid?
  3. Apakah “ucapan ringkas menyampaikan salam Ramadan kepada hadirin dan menegaskan keyakinan saya kepada komitmen kerajaan Selangor terus bimbing institusi surau dan masjid di Selangor” oleh pemimpin bukan Islam mesti dibuat di kawasan solat saf hadapan masjid?
  4. Apakah sumbangan yang disampaikan boleh menjustifikasikan tindakannya yang menggunakan ruang solat untuk berucap?
  5. Adakah ini satu contoh cara kerajaan Selangor dalam membimbing institusi surau dan masjid di Selangor?




Flag Of Muar Flown Upside-Down At Sime Darby Property’s Bandar Universiti Pagoh

22 05 2017

District of Muar flag flown upside-down at the Sime Darby Property’s Bandar Universiti Pagoh Sales Gallery.

Last Wednesday, May 17, 2016, on our way home from Mersing, we drove to the Sime Darby Property’s Bandar Universiti Pagoh Sales Gallery to have lunch at Kafe Haji Masjuki which serves delicious Mee Bandung Udang Galah.

Entering the area, I noticed something’s terribly wrong about the flags flown at the entrance of the sales gallery’s complex – the district flag of Muar was flown upside down, with its upper left canton at the bottom and the lower right canton at the top!

Flags, especially district’s, state’s and country’s flags must always be respected and must be flown in the right way.

Flying the district of Muar’s flag upside down is a sign of disrespect not only to the district of Muar, but also to the religion of Islam, the Sultan of Johor and the state of Johor, as I explained in my previous article on the flag of Johor being flown upside down at Desaru Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort.

In the flag of Johor, the white crescent and white star denote Islam and Johor’s sovereign ruler, respectively.

Hence, by flying the fag upside down, the position of the white crescent and star is placed at the lower part of the flag, which is debasing the position of the Sultan of Johor and Islam to a position even lower than the people which were represented by the black fields.

And the worst and the saddest part is, the flag was still flown upside down when I went to the site again on May 21, 2017!

My question are:

  1. How could such a respected company like Sime Darby do not bother to make sure that its staff understand how to fly the flags in the proper manner and follow the flag protocols?
  2. The flag was flown upside down for at least 5 days, do people do not bother about their flags anymore?

This is a very serious matter, I’m urging the authorities to be more serious about flag protocols and Sime Darby must issue an apology to the Sultan of Johor, and the government of Johor.

Please click the photos foe larger images:

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Why Was the Johor Flag Flown Upside Down at the Desaru Tunamaya?

6 02 2017

Yesterday, as we drove in front of Desaru Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort I saw something that really shocked me.

I just can’t believe my eyes when I saw the flag of the state of Johor being waved upside down in front of the building.

Flag of Johor flown upside down at Desaru Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort

Flag of Johor flown upside down at Desaru Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort

State flags are patriotic symbols of the state, therefore they must never be flown upside down.

By flying the flag of Johor upside down, Desaru Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort is not only disrespecting the state of Johor but also belittling Islam as the religion of the State, the DYMM Sultan of Johor and the Johor Royal Institution because the white crescent and star represent Islam and the sovereignty of the Sultan of Johor.

When the flag is flown upside down, the crescent and star are placed in the lower part of the flag, which is wrong because the are supposed to be at the upper part of the flag as it symbolises the fact that the Sultan is the supreme leader of the state and that Islam is the religion of the state.

The upside down flag is belittling the position of the Sultan of Johor and Islam as the supreme leader and religion of the state respectively, hence, it is a humiliation to the Johor Royal Institution and Islam.

The question is, was the flag accidentally flown upside down, or did the resort or the staff purposely did it?

Both ways are wrong for even if it was an accident, it’s still wrong because the company must understand that the flag is an important symbol of the sovereign state which must be respected, therefore it should be taken seriously.

And worse if it is purposely done, for it symbolises bad intention to humiliate, belittle and a show of disrespect towards the Johor Royal Institution and Islam as the religion of the state.

Therefore, the Desaru Tunamaya Beach & Spa Resort must issue an official apology to the Sultan of Johor and the government of Johor.

Please click the photos for larger images:





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The Malays of Malaysia – The Unique, Generous Race

27 04 2016

Malaysia is a country of many races, ethnics, cultures, and languages.

But despite of the variety of races and religions of its people, there is only one race and one religion that is mentioned in the Federal Constitution of Malaysia which is the supreme law of the Federation; that is Malay and Islam.

The Article 3(1) of the Federation Constitution of Malaysia states that Islam is the religion of the Federation while the Article 153 of the Federal Constitution wrote about the special position of the Malays and natives of any of the States of Sabah and Sarawak and the legitimate interests of other communities.

Article 152 states that the Bahasa Melayu or the Malay language is the national language of Malaysia.

Not only “Malay” is specifically mentioned in the supreme law but the Federal Constitution also gives the interpretation of the Malays.

The Article 160(2) of the Federal Constitution:

 “Malay” means a person who professes the religion of Islam, habitually speaks the Malay language, conforms to Malay custom 

So, that makes the Malays of Malaysia so unique, for it is the only race in this whole world that is legally bound to a religion, which is Islam, the religion of the Federation.

Islam, the Malay language and the special position of the Malays are not only protected by the Federal Constitution but are also protected by the Section 3(1)(f) of the Sedition Act of Malaysia, which protects the four sensitive issues: 

  1. Article 153: Special Rights For The Malays
  2. Article 152: Malay As The National Language
  3. Part III: of the Citizenship Rights
  4. Article 181: Rights, Status, Sovereignty Of The Malay Rulers

In respond to critiques regarding the Article 153, our great forefathers, Tun V. T. Sambanthan and Tun Tan Siew Sin said that the Malays are very charitable, polite and “generous enough to relax the citizenship laws of this country”.

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If the Malays were not generous, the Chinese and Indians who were immigrants at the time, would not be given the citizenship of this country and therefore became stateless people.

Article 153 of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia was based on the Social Contract where the Malays and the Malay Rulers agreed to accept the immigrant races to become citizens of Malaysia.

In the contract, it was agreed that while the immigrant races were given citizenship, the Malays who are the subjects of the Malay Rulers must be given special position.

The great Malay Rulers of nine Malay Kingdoms had sacrificed their own absolute powers over their own sovereign countries to unite into the Federation of Malaya, which later becomes Malaysia with the addition of Sabah and Sarawak.

With the motto, “Bersekutu Bertambah Mutu” or “Unity is Strength”, the Malay states becomes a Federation and is now a great country.





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