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Tony Pua Hina Khutbah Jumaat?

DAP’s MP of Petaling Jaya Utara, Tony Pua Kiam Wee made a very silly statement in his Facebook page.

On Friday, February 14, 2014, JAKIM’s Friday sermon talked about why Muslims must not celebrate Valentine’s day.

Look at what Tony Pua wrote:

Image from Tonu Pua's Facebook.
Image from Tonu Pua’s Facebook.

From what he wrote, he clearly try to mock JAKIM especially by writing:

“Oh no. I feel so unclean and immoral now I might just burn in hell.”

May be Tony Pua does not know that Friday sermons are read in the mosques and to be addressed to the Muslims and not to the non-Muslims like him.

Is it fair for a Malaysian politician like Tony Pua to mock other people’s religion especially Islam which is the religion of the Federation?

DAP always talks about Article 11(3) of the Federal Constitution and now what is Tony Pua’s right to interfere with another religion which is not his?

Freedom of Speech? 

What would he say if a Muslim politician from UMNO make such an open rude statements to make fun of his religion?

On top of that, Tony Pua had clearly humiliate Article 3(1) of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia that says:

“Islam is the religion of the Federation; but other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation.”

Apart from mocking Islam, Tony Pua also failed to understand the phrase, “other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation”.

A very senior lawyer, Uncle Naser Disa says “other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation” means that people from other religions must practise their religions in peace and harmony with others from different religions especially Islam, which is the religion of the Federation of Malaysia.

Is Tony Pua proud of mocking other people’s religion?

But what about his integrity?

Well, may be integrity means nothing to him.

I wonder if Hannah Yeoh will call Tony Pua a racist?

Selangor’s MB Must Obey The Sultan Or Resign – Naser Disa

Yesterday I attended the Forum Islam Dan Cabaran Semasa – Polemik Isu Kalimah Allah at the Auditorium Utama, Universiti Islam Antarabangsa.

(Please click here for the full video of his speech: ‘Video: Naser Disa Polemik Isu Kalimah Allah’)

I  think Uncle Naser Disa’s speech was the most interesting because as a lawyer he always explains issues according to the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.

Uncle Naser said that according to the Federal Constitution, all politicians and all Malaysians must obey the decisions and the decrees made by the Sultans or the royal leaders of Malaysia on the ‘kalimah Allah’ issue.

However, the opposition parties, Pakatan Rakyat challenged the decree made by the Sultans that prohibited the word Allah from being used by non-Muslim to refer to their gods.

Uncle Naser went on saying that if the politicians failed to respect the Sultans’ decree on this matter, their nominations as the candidates in the coming general election should not be accepted because according to Section 298A of the Penal Code what they did is against the law.

And the Selangor’s Menteri Besar or the Chief Minister of Selangor and his excos should resign from their posts if they still cannot obey the supreme leader of Selangor, the Duli Yang Maha Mulia Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah Alhaj Ibni Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Alhaj.

As I wrote in, ‘PAS Says, “Yes” For The Word “Allah” In The Malay Version Bible, I think that the opposition parties do not understand Article 3(1) and 11(4) of the Federal Constitution, so Uncle Naser Disa is right; those who fail to understand and respect the law and the Federal Constitution should not be accepted as our leaders.

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In Photos: The Hardworking Press at Saturday’s SEMAIAN

I was very lucky to meet a lot of wonderful and friendly people from lots of medias such as AntaraPos, Utusan, Astro Awani, RTM, TV AlHijrah, Radio IKIM and others during the Seminar Mendaulatkan Islam Agama Negara which was held at Dewan Muktamar Pusat Islam on Saturday, January 5, 2012.

Please click:

  1. Special Photos During Seminar Mendaulatkan Islam Agama Negara

  2. Seminar Mendaulatkan Islam Agama Negara

Here are some of the photos of them that my big sister Kashah and I snapped during the event:

(Please click the photos for bigger images)

A New Malaysian Flag – A Sign Of PR’s Revolution?

After the  Janji Bersih’s new flag for Malaysia incident, I had the chance to discuss the matter with a lawyer and a politician.

Please click here for: ‘Janji Bersih: Are They Trying To Make Malaysia A Republic?’

The demonstrators showing their new flag during the Janji Bersih demonstration.

When I met Uncle Naser Disa who is a lawyer on Friday, I asked him if it is okay to put up a new flag and suggesting the idea to change the Malaysian flag during our Merdeka celebration?

He answered that the action is wrong and those people should not do it if they respect the law and love our country.

He also said that it is not a good idea to change our flag.

And when I asked him if ‘disrespecting the flag’ is a humiliation to the country, he said,’Yes’.

On Sunday when I went to Uncle Kamaruddin Mohd. Nor’s  house, I asked him if it is all right to change our flag.

(Please click here for: An Exciting Day)

I (R) was asking Uncle Kamaruddin (L) questions about the ‘new flag incident’.

He said that we should not change our flag.

He explained that there are things that can be changed but there are things that should not be changed.

For example, the Americans don’t change their flag and so do the people of the United Kingdom who are proud of their Union Jack.

Uncle Kamaruddin said we must love and respect our flag.

So, why did some people try to change our flag?

I guess only Janji Bersih and PR who wants the new flag and they even have a name for the flag, Sang Saka Malaya. Please read here ,  here and here.

My question is, since Libya has a new flag after the revolution, is PR ready to start a revolution by introducing the new flag?

And does PR wants Malaysia to be a ‘Republik Malaysia’? 

The demonstrators showing their new flag during Janji Bersih demonstration.