PPMM’s NGI Round Table Discussion On UPR Human Rights Council 2013

23 01 2013
Uncle Azril Mohd. Amin (L) and I at the Auditorium Utama, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa.

Uncle Azril Mohd. Amin (L) and I (R) during the Forum Islam Dan Cabaran Semasa – Polemik Isu Kalimah Allah at the Auditorium Utama, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa.

I was very proud and honoured when the vice-president of Persatuan Peguam Muslim Malaysia (PPMM), Uncle Azril Mohd Amin invited us to a round table meeting organised by PPMM at the Putrajaya Marriott Hotel yesterday.

It was a closed discussion and lots of lawyers were there as well as some Islamic NGOs or  NGIs activists.

My siblings and I were the only kids and teens whom were invited to that important discussion.

It was a great experience but I am sad because I don’t really understand what Uncle Azril said in his speech as he was speaking  in Malay language, using difficult words.

And I can’t even read words on the English written slide show for I forgot to wear my glasses.

But fortunately Uncle Azril, my parents and my big sisters helped me to understand more about the it later on.

What was discussed was about the demands made by the Coalition of Malaysian NGOs in the Universal Periodic Review Process (COMANGO) and also about the treaty made by the United Nations regarding LGBT which Malaysia haven’t sign because Malaysia is an Islamic country.

I was shocked when I read the demands made by COMANGO.

I think that most of the demands are unfair and bias because lots of them are against the human rights of most Malaysian and also against our Federal Constitution.

Furthermore a lot of important NGOs are not part of COMANGO, so COMANGO does not represend the voice of the majority of Malaysian.

Is it fair to force a sovereign country to change parts of its Federal Constitution and to go against the human rights of the majority of its citizens or robbing their human rights; just to a make small group of people happy?

How about my human rights if their demands were accepted; because some of their demands are against my human rights.

As a citizen, I also want my human rights to be protected even though I am just a kid and I do not want my human rights to be robbed by others who fight for their own agendas.

The United Nations must understand that every country is unique and the values and the needs of its citizens is different from others so nobody must be forced to accept a universal value as the only standard of human rights.

If Malaysian eat rice, nobody must force us to eat bread instead of rice; so if Malaysia do not accept or recognise certain values, nobody must rob our rights by forcing Malaysia to accept the values.

I want to thank Uncle Azril for inviting me to the discussion because it was an important discussion about an interesting topic about Human Rights, and I learned a lot of thing from it.

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PR, Please Don’t Lie During Ramadhan!

26 07 2012

Muslims should never tell lies, especially during the holy month of Ramadhan.

So, its time for PAS to give true answers to the below questions:

  1. Does PAS follow the Orange Book or the Islamic Law?

  2. Is Malaysia an Islamic country?

    Islam is the religion of the Federation of the Malay States of Malaysia but PAS says that Malaysia is a secular country.

  3. Is PAS teaching their supporters the true Islam or is PAS actually using Islam to win their supporters votes?

    PAS claims that Malaysia is a secular country, told people that supporting UMNO is haram, UMNO is not fighting for Islam and Muslims, let the non-Muslims use the word Allah, said that it is ‘wajib’ to join Bersih 3.0 and a lot of other lies which are actually against the Islamic teaching.

  4. Is Malaysia a secular country?

  5. Did PR plan Bersih 3.0 riot?

  6. Does PAS fight against LGBT?

  7. Does PAS fight against Syiah?

  8. Is there no corruption in PAS and PR?

  9. Do the PAS leaders ever lie to their supporters?

  10. Do PAS leaders trust and really like DAP and PKR?

  11. Is PAS lying about FGVH shares?

    PAS claimed that FGVH will not be profitable and took part in Himpunan Oren but Kedah PAS’s government bought and made lots of profit from FGVH shares.

And some questions to the PKR Muslim leaders:

  1. Did PKR protect the Rights of the Muslims by serving halal and non-halal food together during the dinner with Anwar?

  2. Did PR plan the Bersih 3.0 riotand who started the Bersih 3.0 riot?

  3. Did Anwar signal Azmin to break the barricades during Bersih 3.0?

  4. Do PKR leaders never lie and always tell the truth?

  5. Does PKR support LGBT, Liberalism and Pluralism and the Rights to become murtad?

  6. Will PKR be buying MPs to win the PRU 13?

  7. Is it true that there are lots of corruptions in PR government?

I hope that PAS will not lie during Ramadhan since their leaders claim that PAS is an Islamic party …

Related post:

  1. Does ‘Demi Rakyat’ Supports Gay?

  2. Ustaz Azhar Idrus, A PAS Candidate for PRU 13?

  3. Does PAS Still Like YB Nasharudin?








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