Sunday, May 8, 2011

Agenda to make Christianity official religion serious matter.

بسم الله الر حمن الر حيم

Home Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein has described as serious a purported meeting of pastors in Penang allegedly to discuss making Christianity the official religion of the federation.

He said any action by followers of a religion would invite reactions from followers of others.

"The same goes in racial issues. If certain races resorted to raising issues in an excessive manner, it will invite reactions from other races," he told reporters after opening the Besut Umno division meeting.

Hishammuddin, who is Umno vice-president, said he was now awaiting reports over what transpired at the meeting.

"But I prefer to face those who don't understand the actual situation. We should give explanation over such issues that are being fanned by certain quarters.

"If they are adamant on creating disunity even after we have given explanations, then I think the police will make a decision (on the actions to be taken).

"It's the police, not me, (who are taking actions), otherwise we'll be accused of playing politics," he said, adding that in handling such matters, the government gave priority to security.

"I will monitor, not just this group, but also extremists among Muslims who want to avenge the death of Osama bin Laden," he said.

In another development, he said police would investigate claims about the existence of another sex video implicating an opposition leader believed to have been produced in Thailand.

Meanwhile, in Kuala Lumpur, secretary general of the Malaysian Chinese Muslims Association, Ann Wan Seng, cautioned Muslims against attempts by certain quarters to undermine the position of Islam as the country's official religion.

He said Muslims were taking too much comfort over the position of Islam as enshrined in the Federal Constitution.

Speaking at an Islamic organisations' leadership forum, he said, there were numerous issues affecting Muslims to date which he said should be given attention.

Among them were apostasy, burials of the bodies of Muslim converts and the requirement for new converts to inform their family members before they were allowed to register their religious affiliation, he added.

He also claimed that apostasy issues were connected to what he described as clandestine operations by certain quarters.

Kulim Bandar Baharu MP Datuk Zulkifli Noordin said there were young Muslims in the country who had gotten carried away with liberalism to the point of neglecting their own religion.

He said they were easily confused by the issue surrounding the use of the word "Allah" and attempts to convert Muslims to become Christians.

In Tumpat, Malay rights group Perkasa said it would lodged police reports nationwide over the alleged attempt to make Christianity the official religion of the federation.

Its president Datuk Ibrahim Ali said until this evening, 10 police reports had been lodged, urging the authority to investigate the matter. - Bernama

Umno needs to carry out a more daring and drastic political transformation to ensure that it remains relevant under the current political environment and accepted by the people, said party vice-president Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.
He said that at the same time, Umno must also continue with the tradition of listening to the woes and demands of the people and to meet these demands.

"We are fortunate that, by meeting the demands of the people much earlier, we were able to avoid the situation occurring in other countries such as in the Middle East

"The opposition made their move prematurely. They staged street demonstrations much earlier, protesting against the ISA (Internal Security Act) and they intended to seize Putrajaya on Sept 16 (last year), but they were unsuccessful because we had implemented what the people desired," he told reporters after opening the Besut Umno divisional delegates meeting, here Saturday.

Also present were Besut Umno division head Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh and a representative of the Terengganu Umno Liaison Body, Datuk Wan Ahmad Farid Wan Salleh. Earlier in his opening speech, Hishammuddin, who is also the Home Minister, said Umno leaders and members must strive to strengthen the party's struggles and be prepared to face the opposition parties in the 13th general election.

He said this was appropriate as the parties in the opposition pact were now at loggerheads with each other.

He said that Umno should also not fear PAS, which was now divided and had lost in several recent by-elections.

"We are not afraid of PAS, they are now divided. This shows how brittle they are in facing the BN (Barisan Nasional) which is bold, sincere and honest in championing the cause of the people and country," he added. - Bernama

 Marilah bersama sama memperjuangkan kedaulatan Islam . Jesteru Islam adalah agama yang telah ditentukan oleh Allah sebagai agama yang mesti dijadikan anutan semua manusia didunia . Orang bukan Islam bebas menjalankan kehidupan disamping umat Islam asal saja tidak cuba merosakan persekitaran dan halaman negara yang telah jelas Islam adalah agama bagi Persekutuan Malaysia .

1 comment:

Penditakainsingkat said...

yes bro...very very serious!!!

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