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Sunday, October 22, 2017

KETUA POLIS NEGARA PERLU SEGERA BERSUARA

Sejak Peguam Negara, Apandi Ali mengumumkan penubuhan pasukan petugas khas untuk memantau penyiasatan terhadap Ketua Pesuruhjaya SPRM, Dzulkifli Ahmad, belum terdengar lagi reaksi pihak polis mengenai perkara itu.
Dzulkifi, sebagaimana yang disebut oleh Ketua Polis Negara, Mohamad Puzi Harun sebelum ini, sedang disiasat dibawah Seksyen 489 Kanun Keseksaan iaitu memikat wanita yang sudah bersuami dengan niat untuk melakukan persetubuhan haram.
Di bawah seksyen berkenaan, jika didapati bersalah, pesalah akan berdepan hukuman penjara selama dua tahun atau denda atau kedua-duanya sekali.
Sehingga ini sudah tiga video mengenai skandal Dzulkifli itu tersebar di youtube dan laporan polis oleh orang awam juga turut dibuat terhadap beliau.
Berikutan itu, siasatan sedang dijalankan oleh pihak polis untuk menentukan kebenaran segala dakwaan itu, selain untuk mengetahuo siapakah yang menyebarkan video-video berkenaan.
Bagaimanapun, ketika siasatan masih di peringkat awal, Apandi Ali kemudiannya mengumumkan penubuhan pasukan petugas khas untuk memantau siasatan pihak polis itu.
Penubuhan pasukan petugas khas untuk memantau siasatan pihak polis berhubung dakwaan salah laku dan kesalahan jenayah biasa terhadap seseorang individu, terlihat sungguh luar biasa dan tidak pernah berlaku sebelum ini.
Pihak polis seharusnya diberikan kebebasan penuh untuk menjalankan siasatan tanpa gangguan atau campurtangan mana-mana pihak sebelum kertas siasatan diserahkan kepada Pejabat Peguam Negara untuk tindakan selanjutnya.
Pejabat Peguam Negara sepatutnya hanya menunggu saja kertas siasatan diserahkan kepada mereka untuk menentukan sama ada pendakwaan akan  dilakukan atau sebaliknya.
Tidak munasabah bagi Pejabat Peguam Negara untuk campurtangan lebih awal di peringkat siasatan yang biasanya hanya dijalankan oleh pihak polis untuk melakukannya.
Apa perlunya Pejabat Peguam Negara mahu memantau siasatan, sedangkan mereka boleh menunggu kertas siasatan pihak polis itu diletakkan di atas meja mereka sebaik penyiasatan selesai dijalankan?
Adakah tindakan itu kerana kedudukan Dzulkifli sebagai Ketua Pesuruhjaya SPRM atau disebabkan beliau merupakan bekas kakitangan Pejabat Peguam Negara sebelum ini?
Rata-rata masyarakat amat meragui niat dan nawaitu di sebalik keputusan Apandi Ali mengumumkan penubuhan pasukan petugas khas tersebut.
Masyarakat seolah-olah sudah dapat menjangka apa hasil siasatan nanti berikutan adanya pasukan petugas khas yang diwujudkan untuk memantau siasatan polis itu.
Dalam hal ini, demi nama baik dan intergriti pihak polis, Ketua Polis Negara, Mohamad Puzi Harun perlu segera bersuara menyatakan pendiriannya mengenai penubuhan pasukan petugas khas itu.
Jika setuju, katalah setuju tetapi sekiranya beliau tidak bersetuju dan merasakan langkah itu bakal menjejaskan nama dan intergriti pasukan pihak polis, Mohamad Puzi mesti berani menyatakan pendiriannya.
Beliau tidak harus hanya berdiam diri dan akur dengan segala tindakan pihak lain yang akhirnya akan menjejaskan nama baik pihak polis sendiri.
Tampillah bersuara wahai KPN!!!
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MUSTAFA ALI TELLS HADI: FORM PACT WITH UMNO IF YOU DON’T WANT HARAPAN OR PAS WILL PERISH

PAS should accept Umno’s invitation to discuss cooperation for the sake of the country, said veteran PAS leader Mustafa Ali today.
“PAS should accept Umno’s offer to discuss possible cooperation,” said the former PAS election director at a press conference in Kuala Terengganu today.
He was responding to Umno information chief Annuar Musa’s offer to the Islamist party to cooperate ahead of the next elections.
Mustafa said PAS need not rejoin Barisan Nasional but needs to have official talks with Umno on the cooperation. – October 22, 2017.
Mustafa said his suggestion was in line with PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang’s view that the party and Pakatan Harapan had no more “chemistry”.
He said that PAS’ plans to become a kingmaker would not work under Malaysia’s electoral system.
“Kingmakers only have a role to play when the country has a hung parliament. But this is an election where the government and opposition are defined,” said Mustafa.
The veteran PAS election director, who was dropped ahead of the next election, said he was confident that his party could not improve on its popular vote.
As such, the only viable option left was to work with Umno, he said.
“Based on this, I would like to see PAS work with Umno because both parties represent the Malay vote,” said Mustafa, who was one of the few PAS leaders who pushed for the party to join Pakatan Harapan.
Mustafa, who has led PAS since 1974 after winning the Kuala Terengganu federal seat, was appointed to the board of advisers by deputy president Tuan Ibrahim Tuan Man during the period Hadi was on medical leave after his heart operation.
– https://www.themalaysianinsight.com

Not meddling when non-Muslims speak up on Islam, forum told

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KUALA LUMPUR: Prominent social activist Marina Mahathir today defended the right of non-Muslims to speak up on issues dealing with Islam, in view of its greater role in the public sphere.
“If Islam is used as the source for law and public policy, which affects everyone, then everyone including non-Muslims have the right to question it,” Marina told a forum organised by the Islamic Renaissance Front (IRF) today.
A non-Muslim participant at the forum had earlier related how she was accused of interfering in Muslim affairs whenever she spoke on Islamic topics.
In the past, leaders from PAS and Umno had warned non-Muslims against criticising PAS’s private member’s bill to introduce heavier punishments under the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965, saying it amounted to meddling in Islamic affairs.
Meanwhile, Marina said she welcomed the statements by the sultans of Johor and Selangor over a recent controversy involving a Malaysian Islamic Development Department (Jakim) officer.
But she said political leaders should have taken a stand earlier.
“Does religion tell us to be bigots? Does Islam tell us to discriminate? Absolutely not.
“Political leaders should speak out. If they know their religion, they have an absolute solid basis to reject all this rubbish. There is no need to wait for anyone.,” she told FMT.
Earlier this month, Jakim officer Zamihan Mat Zin criticised Sultan Ibrahim Sultan Iskandar for the Johor ruler’s condemnation of a laundrette operator in Muar for refusing to serve non-Muslim customers.
In a speech at the royal Masjid Diraja Tengku Ampuan Jemaah in Shah Alam, Zamihan also made derogatory remarks about the hygiene of Chinese Malaysians.
He was subsequently arrested for sedition, and his religious teaching credentials were revoked by the Selangor palace. -FMT

Reason is part of Islamic scholarship, says academic

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KUALA LUMPUR: The religious authorities’ aversion to the use of reason in understanding Islamic texts is against the spirit of challenging prevailing views on the religion as practised by Muslim scholars during the early stage of the development of the Islamic jurisprudence, a theologian told a forum today.
Speaking at a forum convened by Islamic Renaissance Front (IRF) on the question, “Is reason a threat to faith and society?”, Isham Pawan Ahmad said it was this that allowed a Muslim scholar like Imam Shafie to challenge the prevailing religious ideas of his time including those of Imam Malik and Imam Abu Hanifah, whose teachings led to the development of the Maliki and Hanafi schools in Sunni Islam.
He said had Shafie’s criticism of other scholars been made in this era when dissenting views are silenced, he would have got into trouble with the authorities.
“The religious authority would have arrested the guy,” said the associate professor in Theology at the International Islamic University of Malaysia.
Isham said Shafie had opposed many ideas by Imam Malik, who founded the Maliki school of jurisprudence.
He said Prophet Muhammad too rebelled against his society in the early stages of his prophethood.
“Islam is a religion that rejects the idea of authority. If it wasn’t for the Prophet rebelling against the authority of the time, Islam would have never been established,” he said. FMT

Vague definition of ‘tauliah’ allows for abuse, says academic

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KUALA LUMPUR: Law professor Azmi Sharom today said religious authorities should clearly define “tauliah”, or teaching credentials, a requirement under shariah enactments that has led to the arrest of prominent Turkish journalist Mustafa Akyol at the end of his Malaysian lecture tour recently.
The Universiti Malaya academic said the term was vague and would lead to more problems in discussing matters related to Islam, including the push for stiffer penalties under shariah.
He said Akyol’s arrest by the Federal Territories Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) last month showed how the law on “tauliah” could be abused.
Akyol was arrested by Jawi over a speech at a roundtable discussion in Kuala Lumpur, where he spoke about Islam and apostasy.
The Turkish intellectual and New York Times columnist was detained for 18 hours for the offence of “teaching Islam without credentials”. Akyol had defended himself, saying he was neither an imam, nor did he deliver a religious sermon.
Azmi agreed, saying Akyol merely discussed religion from a socio-economic context.
“If you need a tauliah for that, it’s going to open all the doors to other things. How about discussing Islam and the law, like RUU 355?” Azmi asked at a forum organised by Islamic Renaissance Front (IRF) today.
RUU 355 refers to the private member’s bill mooted by PAS to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965, which seeks to increase the penalties for certain shariah offences.
Azmi said as a law lecturer, he too had the right to discuss RUU 355.
“But would I need a ‘tauliah’ to do so?” he asked, adding that the term was “open to abuse” without a proper definition. -FMT

DAP Says Zahid Must Issue Statement On Zakir Naik

(FMT) – DAP’s M Kulasegaran has asked Home Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi to make a ministerial statement on fugitive Islamic preacher Zakir Naik when the Dewan Rakyat convenes on Monday.
The Ipoh Barat MP said this is in view of new developments that have taken place after India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) submitted a detailed investigation report on the alleged terror activities of Naik to India’s Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in New Delhi.
The Times of India (TOI) had reported that the agency has sought prosecution sanction from the ministry against Naik, who fled India and who has been given permanent resident status by Malaysia, and citizenship by Saudi Arabia.
It said this was a step towards seeking his extradition from Malaysia and Saudi Arabia where he has been known to be residing.
“In the last Dewan Rakyat sitting I had asked if Zakir Naik is a Malaysian citizen or if he will be deported.
“And now in view of the developments that have taken place and the cordial relationship with India, the present home minister must be bold enough to make a ministerial statement,” Kula told FMT.
He said it would not be acceptable if Zahid, who is also deputy prime minister, ignores this call as he has a duty to explain to Malaysians on his stand.
Naik was last seen on Sept 29 participating in Friday prayers at the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque in Putrajaya. Photographs of him among the congregation were uploaded on Facebook and spread via social media.
Citing sources, the Indian daily said MHA was informed that the investigation was complete with strong evidence to support allegations that Naik had a role in radicalising Muslim youths to join “jihad” (religious battle).
It said there was also proof gathered on his alleged spreading of enmity between religious groups, disturbing communal harmony and attempting forced conversions through his NGO called the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF).
Times of India also reported that NIA will be filing its charge-sheet against Naik, his associates and IRF, as soon as MHA gives prosecution sanction.
“This would then be used to send a formal extradition request to Malaysia and Saudi Arabia, where he is said to be living and travelling frequently,” the report said.

Dr Mahathir Punca Segala Kerosakan – Hadi


(Utusan) – Pas menyifatkan mereka yang mengundi DAP, PKR, PAN dan Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (PPBM) dalam Pilihan Raya Umum Ke-14 (PRU-14) seumpama bersetuju dengan ‘kezaliman’ yang telah dilakukan oleh Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad di negara ini.
Presiden Pas, Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang berkata, ini kerana Pengerusi PPBM itu adalah penyebab kerosakan sistem negara apabila mengurangkan hak dan kuasa Melayu-Islam dan Majlis Raja-Raja, mengamalkan demokrasi tempang dan mentadbir negara secara diktator serta mengamalkan politik wang.
Katanya, Dr. Mahathir perlu segera bertaubat di atas segala kesalahannya kerana beliau adalah penyebab kerosakan kepada sistem negara ketika ini.
“Selayaknya Dr. Mahathir bertaubat kerana dialah penyebab kerosakan sistem negara. Semua kesalahan ini dia tidak me­ngaku dan tidak minta maaf kepada mangsa, bahkan masih lagi mempertahankan salahlakunya,” katanya seperti dipetik Harakah Daily semalam.
Abdul Hadi menambah, perkara tersebut jelas menunjukkan Dr. Mahathir tidak jujur dalam perjuangannya untuk menyelamatkan Malaysia.
“Yang dia mahu jatuhkan ialah Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak sahaja. Hakikatnya, mengundi DAP, PKR, PAN, PPBM adalah mengundi dan mengiakan kezaliman Dr. Mahathir,” tegasnya.
Mengenai polemik hubungan politik Pas-UMNO yang sering diperkatakan, menurut Abdul Hadi, Pas mengambil pendekatan tahaluf siyasi dan taawun bagi menghadapi pilihan raya umum iaitu bekerjasama dengan parti-parti dalam Gagasan Sejahtera bagi menghadapi Barisan Nasional (BN) dan Pakatan Harapan diketuai DAP.
“Adapun dengan UMNO-BN, kita mengambil pendekatan taawun iaitu menyokong apa yang baik dan positif demi ke­utamaan Islam dan Melayu dan kita membantah apa yang negatif dan salah,” katanya.