Is Marina Mahathir Scared Of Hudud?

27 05 2015

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Referring to the article above, I have several questions for Marina Mahathir, who is a daughter of former Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad.

  1. What kind of Muslim is Marina, to say that she wants to leave Malaysia if hudud is implemented in this country?
    A Muslim should be happier when Islamic law is implemented in his or her country. It will be safer for them because it can turn our country into a more peaceful country. 
  2. “I cannot live in a country where people want to cut off hands, I’m sorry, or stone people to death,” Marina told Malay Mail Online in a recent interview here. What does she understand about Islam and hudud?
    I’m sorry for her because at her age, she still does not understand Islam and the Islamic law; but yet she still want to talk about hudud as if she is an expert on the subject.
  3. Is she scared of hudud? Has she done something wrong that might cause her to be punished under hudud?
    Contrary to what Marina thinks, Islamic law is fair and just. Islam is a peaceful religion.
  4. Marina claims to be a Muslim activist fighting for Muslim rights through an NGO called Sisters in Islam. Why would an ‘Islamic’ activist hate the Islamic law?
    I hope that Marina will understand that it is wrong for a Muslim to belittle the Islamic law.
  5. “She said the Iranian women, who were middle-class elites living in New York, had sounded bitter and were aggressive about keeping religion out of everything, noting that their counterparts had stayed back in Iran and fought from within, when women’s rights were rolled back after Iran became an Islamic state following the 1979 revolution.” Does Marina understand the difference between Syiah and Ahli Sunnah Wal Jamaah?
    Syiah is a deviant teachings which claims to be as a part of Islam. The rules of Syiah is against the rules of Islam. Like other liberals and plurals Marina does not understand Islam. Not only they refer Syiah as a part of Islam, but they are also forcing the Malaysian government to accept the teaching of Syiah as part of Islam; but at the same time they complain about the Syiah law as practiced in Iran.
  6. “It’s natural to me, if I see something wrong, to say something, or to do something,” said Marina. Does she see hudud as “something wrong”?
    If she does, I’m so sorry for her.
  7. “It’s a form of worship. It’s how I act out my life as a Muslim. If you say it’s a way of life, it’s not just about rituals. It’s acted out by trying to do good, to be charitable and to ensure justice,” she added. Is Marina trying to tell others how a Muslim should lives their life?
    A person with no proper knowledge on a subject must not talk as if they are an expert on that subject. Marina who fights for lots of things that is against Islam such as LGBT rights, liberalism and pluralism of religion should not talk about Islam as if she really understands Islam better than others.
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Penyokong Wan Azizah Kecewakan Hannah Yeoh?

28 03 2014

Opposition leaders call UMNO leaders and members racists and boasted that Pakatan leaders and supporters are open minded and against racism.

(Image credit to helenang.wordpress.com)
(Image credit to helenang.wordpress.com)

As we drove around Kajang on the election day of the N25 Kajang, we saw lots of party supporters by the roadside waving their parties’ flags, especially around the voting centers.

The Muslim PKR supporters shouted to my parents that they must vote for PKR’s Wan Azizah because she is a Malay Muslim and must not vote for BN because BN’s candidate is a non-Muslim and a Chinese.

After we put on the BN T-shirts that were given to us by the BN’s team, a lot of PKR supporters shouted bad and foul words because they said that we are supporting a non-Muslim.

Some old men even stuck their tongues out at me, which is very rude.

Will Hannah Yeoh call them racist and tweet about it?

But of course Hannah Yeoh won’t call them racist because they are Pakatan members and supporters!





Abby Abadi Protest Against COMANGO?

24 12 2013
Photo credit to Blog MIK

Photo credit to Blog MIK

Looking at the picture above, you could see that the protesters are Muslim Pakatan Rakyat’s supporters.

I can see the word ‘BANTAH’ or object on the posters but it is interesting that I can’t see any poster that reads, ‘BANTAH COMANGO’.

(Please click here to learn more about COMANGO)

As Muslims, they should first protest against some of COMANGO’s demands instead of electricity tariff and other issues as written on their posters.

The lady pointed by the two red arrows, is someone who PAS supporters regard as ‘ustazah’. 

She should fight for Islam and hold a poster written, ‘BANTAH COMANGO’ because she claims that she is fighting for Islam.

Or is money more important to them than akidah issues?

And PAS should had organised a big protest against COMANGO if they really care about protecting Islam; but instead PAS leaders join hands with COMANGO leaders and activist to organise protests and demonstrations about other issues other than fighting for Islam.

And PAS or Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party accuse others but their members and allies as un-Islamic.

How sad …





PAS’s Khalid Samad On Allah Issue

11 09 2013

Above is the conversation between Sir ZAPA and Khalid Samad who is a PAS Member of Parliament on twitter.

May be that is why there was no PAS’s flags nor PAS’s leaders at the court yesterday.

Islam is the religion of Malaysia and the government must protect the religion.

Even if there is no word in neither the Quran nor the Hadith about the matter, that does not mean it is okay if it can cause problems to the Muslims later as what is happening in Indonesia.

For example, I jogged for an hour and I’m hot and thirsty.

After that I saw a glass full of sweet, red, cold, rose flavoured syrup with lots of ice.

I could drink it but I know that I am allergic to red artificial colouring.

So, should I just drink it even though I know that it is bad for me and could make me sick just because there is no word in neither he Quran nor the Hadith saying that a Muslim should not drink syrup?

That is just about food but this is a much more serious matter and it is sad when PAS’s leaders who always claim that they are very Islamic can become more and more liberal.





Pakatan Rakyat, Pluralism, Socialism And Revolusion

28 01 2013

In Penang, a small group of people had attended a ‘Holy Book Reading’ session yesterday.

Among them was Mislina Mustaffa who had earlier participated in other illegal demonstrations organised by the oppositions such as the ‘Occupy Dataran Merdeka’ and the’ KL112′.

From Occupy Dataran Merdeka, to the HKR #KL112 and all the way to here.

From Occupy Dataran Merdeka, to the HKR #KL112 and now the ‘Holy Book reading’. Thank you Sel 13, Cucu Tok selampit and info 4 the truth for the photos.

I don’t know which holy books they were reading because I was not there.

Anyway I saw a lady wearing hijab in the photos. 

I wonder; if she is a Muslim, does she understand what she was doing?

A part of the people who attended the event.

But reading the sign below, maybe she does not understand …

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I wonder if they wrote this sign to tell that they are confused … 

This is part of Pluralism of Religions and for the Muslims, this is not the right way  to respect other religions.

And there was a sign in one of the photos below that said …

“Read it, NOT BURN IT!!

We RESPECT other RELIGIONS!!”

Who wrote this sign and why?

What issue are they referring to, and who are they accusing as the bad person?

(Please click the photos for larger image)

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Who are these people?

And look at the words written on the man’s t-shirt, ‘socialism’ and ‘revolt’. (Please read: KL112: Is PR After A Revolution? and A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?

So are they part of those groups who want to start a revolution and support socialism?

Socialism has lots of similarities to communism.

So, is this a part of the oppositions’ plans to make people hate the Muslims and UMNO?

So, what will PAS leaders say about this?

Can we trust PR to uphold our Federal Constitution especially Article 3(1)?





Video: Naser Disa Polemik Isu Kalimah Allah

27 01 2013

Please click here for my post on Uncle Naser’s speech, ‘Selangor’s MB Must Obey The Sultan Or Resign – Naser Disa‘.





Ngeh Koo Ham, Majlis Syura Ulama PAS And ‘Kalimah Allah’

16 01 2013
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Please click the above image to read the Sinar Harian’s article.

Today Sinar Harian (SN) publishes an article about YB Ngeh Koo Ham’s statement on the ‘kalimah Allah’ issue.

The ‘kalimah Allah’ issue, became a hot topic again after DAP’s Chief Minister of Penang, Lim Guan Eng’s statement about using the word “Allah” in the Malay version of bible.

Ngeh told SN that he agrees with PAS’s Majlis Syura Ulama that ‘kalimah Allah’ is universal and can be quoted by everybody.

SN wrote, “Beliau berkata, setiap agama mempercayai bahawa wujudnya satu tuhan iaitu ALLAH cuma setiap agama berbeza perspektif dalam mempercayainya” or he quoted, all religions believe that there is one god which is Allah but they believe in Him in different prespectives.

SN reported YB Ngeh saying:

“Saya yakin kebanyakan agama di dunia meyakini tuhan itu satu tetapi konsep ketuhanan itu sedikit berbeza. Saya juga bersetuju bahawa bukan Islam tidak boleh menggunakan kalimah ALLAH untuk maksud yang lain.”  

or

 “I am confident that most of the religions in this world believe that god is one but their concepts of god is slightly different. I also agree that the word ALLAH can’t be used by the non-Muslims for other meanings.”

His statements made me sad and surprised.

So does Ngeh mean that all religions believe in the same god that is Allah or the Muslim’s Allah is the same as other gods of other religions?

Is Ngeh referring to Pluralism of Religion?

If he means that; then he is totally wrong; for in Islam (which is the religion of this country as in Article 3(1) of the Federal Constitution), we do not believe in Pluralism of Religion.

The DAP’s Perak Chairman always made untrue statements about Islam when he is not a Muslim and does not understand Islam.

PAS should advise its ally …but PAS leaders themselves seems to be very confused over lots of issues regarding Islam.

They put all the blame on UMNO or Umno related medias for what ever mistakes they made including this issue!

So, can we trust the oppositions?








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