Dato’ Naser Disa, Dato’ Zainul Rijal, Dr Yusri Di Himpunan 355

17 02 2017

Anda masih belum betul-betul faham tentang apa itu Pindaan Akta 355?
Datanglah ke Himpunan 355 di Padang Merbok untuk mendengar penjelasan daripada peguam-peguam terkenal negara pada malam Sabtu 18 Februari 2016.

Aturcara tentatif:

Dato’ Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar (Presiden Persatuan Peguam Peguam Muslim Malaysia – PPMM)
9:16 P.M.

Dato’ Prof Hj. Mahamad Naser Disa (Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Institut Kajian Strategik Islam Malaysia – IKSIM)
9:32 P.M.

Dr. Yusri Mohamad (Majlis Amal Islami Malaysia – MAIM)
10:10 P.M.

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“Malaysia was created as a secular nation” – Aidil Khalid Answers Clive Kessler

21 01 2016

On January 19, 2016, The Malay Mail Online published an article by Clive Kessler, “Enough of this nonsense! Malaysia was created as a secular nation”.

Stating that ,” Malaya and then Malaysia was created as a secular nation”, Clive Kessler who is an Emeritus Professor of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of New South Wales maliciously called Uncle Azril Mohd Amin as a “creative legal innovators and myth-maker” when it is him (Clive Kessler) himself who had maliciously distorted the facts about the Federal Constitution of Malaysia in his article.

I sent the article to Uncle Azril and he sent me Uncle Aidil Khalid’s statement:

It was with interest, if also great bemusement, that I read the article entitled “Enough of this nonsense! Malaysia was created as a secular nation” by Professor Clive Kessler and published on January 19, 2016 in The Malay Mail Online. Without citing any binding or persuasive legal authorities whatsoever, the professor had had the audacity to dismiss those affirming the constitutional position of Islam as the religion of the Federation (and thus rejecting the alleged secular notion of our nation), like Datuk Zainul Rijal Abu Bakar of the Malaysian Muslim Lawyers Association and Azril Mohd Amin of the Centre for Human Rights Research and Advocacy, as mere “creative legal innovators and myth makers.”In 2014, I wrote an article, also published in The Malay Mail Online, entitled “Wither the Myth of a Secular Nation”, wherein I argued that the secular notion of our nation is actually a myth not supported by any legal or constitutional basis. I shall reconstruct my arguments therein, albeit trancated, as a response to Professor Kessler herein, but for a more complete and holistic perspective, it is advisable to read my full arguments there.When one reads the provisions of the Federal Constitution, it is important that the provisions be read as it is, and not to disingenuouosly add words that are not there just to satisfy a certain ideology that one believes in. In Dato’ Menteri Othman bin Baginda & Anor v Dato’ Ombi Syed Alwi bin Syed Idrus [1981] 1 MLJ 29, the Late Royal Highness Raja Azlan Shah (as HRH then was) cautioned that “[r]espect must be paid to the language which has been used and to the traditions and usages which have given meaning to that language.”In this regard, a plain reading of the language used in Article 3(1) says that “Islam is the religion of the Federation.” So to suggest, as Professor Kessler did, that Islam is merely the “official emblamatic religion” of Malaysia, when neither the word ‘official’ nor ‘emblamatic’ ever appeared in the provision, is nothing short of constitutional fraud, not to mention intellectual dishonesty. It makes a world of a difference here, between the former and the latter.

Islam is the religion of Malaysia and not merely the official religion of Malaysia, please watch my latest video: 





In Photos: Wacana Agenda Kristian Se Dunia: Rujukan Khas Malaysia

21 08 2013
Dr. Yusri Mohamad, former president of ABIM and Chairman of PEMBELA

Dr. Yusri Mohamad, former president of ABIM and Chairman of PEMBELA welcoming the participants to the discourse.

Dr. Ashraf giving his speech

Dr. Ashraf Wajdi Dusuki, the president Islamic Da’wah Foundation Malaysia (Yadim) president officiated the program.

A. Karim Omar presenting his slideshow during the Wacana Agenda Kristian Se-Dunia

My father, A. Karim Omar, the secretary general of Muafakat and PEMBELA is presenting his paper and slideshows during the Wacana Agenda Kristian Se-Dunia.

Abdul Razak telling the tale of his daughter/son who also murtad.

Uncle Abdul Razak shares his experience with the participants.

Mat Som telling the story about her daughter, Azlina Jailani that was converted to Christian

Puan Kalthum Omar or Nenek Som , the mother of Azlina Jailani or Lina Joy is telling the sad story about her daughter.

Dato' Zainul Rijal bin Abu Bakar during his speech

Uncle Dato’ Zainul Rijal bin Abu Bakar the president of Persatuan Peguam Muslim Malaysia talks about the ‘kalimah Allah’ case on August 22, 2013.

Abdul Karim bin Omar answering questions

A. Karim bin Omar and Dr. Yusri during the question and answer session.

From Left, Uncle Zainol Rijal, Ustaz Nasharudin Mat Isa, ____, Dr. Ashraf, ---, ---, ---, ---, Dato' Aidit Ghazali

Before the program started.

Zulkifli Noordin (C)

The participants are listening to the speech.

Sitting on the wheelchair is Mat Som

Beside Nenek Som (R) is Aunty Liza (in black jubah).

With Ustaz Nasharudin Mat Isa

Ustaz Nasha (R) and I (L).

Ibrahim Ali and Ustaz Nasharudin Mat Isa having a secret discussion hiding behind a plant.

A secret meeting behind a plastic plant! I wonder what is Datuk Ibrahim Ali (L) from PERKASA telling Ustaz Nasharudin Mat Isa (R).

From left: Uztazah _______ _____, Uztaz Nakhaie

At the VIP dinning room. From left is Datuk Nakhaie Ahmad’s wife, Datuk Nakhaie Ahmad and Uncle Norman.

From Left: Uncle Mahmud, Uncle Anuar, Abang Razak. Atuk Mansor, Aunty Zaharah Sulaiman, __________, Uncle YB Zulkifli bin Noordin

At another table, from left is Uncle Mahmud, Uncle Anuar, Abang Razak, Atuk Mansor, Aunty Zaharah Sulaim, ex Suara Keadilan editor and Uncle Datuk Zulkifli bin Noordin.

From Left: Mat Som(Lina Joy's Mother), ______, Dr. Yusri Mohammad.

From left is Nenek Som, her grandson and Uncle Yusri.

From Left: Aunty Liza, Mat Som, _____, Asmahan Ahmad, Dr. Yusri Mohammad

From left is Aunty Liza, Aunty Som, her grandson, my mother and Uncle Yusri.

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From left, Uncle Sheikh Karim (not my father…), me, Uncle Zul and Uncle Mahmud are having our lunch.

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We are enjoying our lunch.

With Zahrah Binti Sulaiman

My photo with Aunty Zahrah Sulaiman, a historian.

With Mat Som

A photo with Nenek Som. From left is Uncle Yusri, Aunty Liza, my big sister Kashah, Ahmad Ali (me) and Abang Nik.

Mat Som is carried on her wheelchair to go to the car.

Nenek Som is carried on her wheelchair to go to the car.

Mat Som is carried on her wheelchair to go to the car.

I’m  trying to help too ,,,,,





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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