Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Pulak dah another U-turn ; Would the real leader of the Selangor State Government stand up so that we could see him

So who is the REAL Leader in the State of Selangor really?

Less than 12 hours after MPSJ clarified that:

Muslim ban only for ‘entertainment outlets’
By Shazwan Mustafa Kamal January 17, 2011

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 — The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) ruling barring Muslims from working in outlets selling alcohol will only affect nightclubs and pubs, while restaurants and hotels will not be affected.

Read in full here.

Yes barely 12 hours after the MPSJ press announcement, The Selangor MB Khalid Ibrahim has come out with this statement:

Khalid says no ‘Muslim ban’, MPSJ rule a guideline
UPDATED @ 07:37:52 PM 17-01-2011By Boo Su-Lyn January 17, 2011

SHAH ALAM, Jan 17 — Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim said today the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has not banned Muslims from working in outlets selling alcohol, clarifying a councillor’s claim that the rule has been in force since January 2010.

The Selangor mentri besar said the controversial ruling was merely a “guideline”.

“There is no ban,” Khalid told reporters today.

Read the rest of the bull here.

First the PKR MB say its a ban, then after much harassment by DAP Ronnie Liu, the ban is not a ban but a guide line. So since when is the Selangor Syariah Criminal Enactment, which bans Muslims from working at premises selling alcohol is just a guideline? What does MPSJ think about it now? What does JAIS think about it?

I fail to see how a Muslim who cannot take alcohol have a positive effect on a non Muslim who is served the liquor by a Muslim. Is the consumption of alcohol a more enjoyable and positive experience if it is served by a Muslim? So is it less enjoyable and less syiok if  it is served by a non Muslim? What a load of rubbish! 

The Non Muslims should be served alcohol by another non Muslim, that is logical and that is the right thing to do isn't it. This is simple logic, not quantum mechanics, and now what kind of study that the MB have in mind?

I think the MB might as well proclaim Ronnie Liu as Exco for religious affairs as well, it seems whatever he says even if its about what is not right for Muslims is  accepted by Khalid Ibrahim and his State Government. Hasan Ali should by right resign his Exco post as what ever he says about religious affairs in Selangor which matters most is worth zero ringgit to MB Khalid and the Pakatan Government.

To the Pakatan leaders, kindly note this unsolicited advise...DO NOT START WHAT YOU CANNOT FINISH, these are people's life you are mucking about,  its not a political foreplay among yourselves.

So who is the real leader in the Pakatan led State Government of Selangor? Can he please stand up. 

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