Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Too much anger in the AG decision not to prosecute Ibrahim, Lets Keep Calm and move on

I think there has been too much anger and complaints on the Peguam Negara decision not to prosecute Ibrahim Ali, despite the unprecedented in-depth explanation as posted in the M'kini article:

'Kenyataan Ibrahim Ali tiada kecenderungan menghasut'

We even have Cabinet Ministers, MPs from both side of the divide particularly MPs from the DAP,  joining in their condemnation of the Peguam Negara decision not to prosecute Ibrahim Ali for the reasons that he has given. 

For now I am leaning to think that they genuinely wanted justice to be seen to be done as they strongly believe that Ibrahim Ali is wrong for saying what he said. 

OK, everybody have said their piece and I am quite sure the Peguam Negara won't budge even if the Prime Minister said his piece. So what else to do? 

I really think this has to stop. Do you people want to see Malaysia burn? I am sure not. So Lets move on.

Talking about the word ALLAH, For the Christians of Sabah and Sarawak who have been using the word ALLAH in their AlKitabs, maybe you ought to read this FB posting by Ms Lim Sian See (FB link provided):

Dear DAP and PKR politicians,

I hereby give you a red-card and ban you from talking about the "Kalimah Allah" issue and pretending that you are "protecting" the interests of the Christians in Sabah and Sarawak.

Firstly, under Federal Govt's ten points solution, non-Muslims in Sabah and Sarawak has the right to use "Allah".

Secondly, Sabah and Sarawak has the 18/20 points agreement when they joined with Malaysia where Point 1 itself says that clearly.
"While there was no objection to Islam being the national religion of Malaysia, there should be no State religion in North Borneo, and the provisions relating to Islam in the present Constitution of Malaya should not apply to North Borneo"

Thirdly, there is a court ruling in Malaysia that has ruled that non-Muslims in Malaysia (specifically peninsular Malaysia) that said that non-Muslims cannot use the "Allah" word.

Do you really want Federal Govt to ignore the court ruling or do you think that the Federal govt control the courts? Have you heard of judicial independence and separation of powers? It was not Federal govt or UMNO-BN who put this ban, it was the court of law!

Therefore, based on all the 3 points above, the Christians in Sabah and Sarawak does not need you to protect their interest. They are already protected.

However, this red-card to DAP and PKR CAN be revoked if DAP and PKR can do the following: two points.

1) GET your Pakatan partner, PAS to agree in writing that non-Muslims can use "Allah" in peninsular Malaysia coz they don't seem to agree with this:
See for yourself: or read:

2) USE your two-third majorities in Penang and Selangor to abolish your state laws prohibiting the use of "Allah" in these two states.

Specifically the Selangor Non-Islamic Religions (Control of Propagation Among Muslims) Enactment 1988.

And also the Penang Islamic Religious Administration Enactment 2004 where your Penang Mufti got the 40 words banned to be published in 2010 State Gazette and hence the decree was enforced on April 29, 2010. under the watch of Lim Guan Eng and the DAP govt.

So far, Lim Guan Eng has absolutely refused to comment on this despite many people including Karpal Singh asking him to do so.

Anwar in helping to defend the silent Lim Guan Eng even said " the enactment, including the usage of the word ‘Allah’, has never been a problem."

Read Anwar's lame defending of Lim Guan Eng on this issue:

Even if the Federal Courts over-turned the "Kalimah Allah" ban nationwide, the words still cannot be used in Kelantan, Penang and Selangor because your various state laws forbid it.

Therefore, DAP and PKR, please don't be hypocrites and lead by example. Use your 2/3 majority in the 3 state govts to abolish your various state law first before you want to comment on the same issue in Sabah and Sarawak.

Friends just beware of those among us who seemed to champion certain issues but are actually instigating hate between us for political gains.

No comments: