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Sunday, April 22, 2018

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A Malay friend  sent me this comment:

The Malaysian govt. allows, even encourages Muslims to convert non-Muslims to Islam. But it bans non-Muslims from converting Muslims to other religions.

Why? Are Muslims so weak in their faith or so bereft of reasoning or brainless they have to be protected? If so, then there must be something wrong in the way the so many Muslim religious bodies and hordes of religious middlemen are teaching Islam to their followers. 

As I see it, Islam in Malaysia exists only because of compulsion, coercion, intimidation, enforcement and no exit. Without them, there would be few or no followers.

My comments : More crutches. More tongkat. Agama pun kena pakai tongkat. 

In Indonesia, India and other places there is no such tongkat protection for Muslims.

Over 10% of the population in India is Muslim. Over 120 million Muslims. Yet in over two centuries of colonial influence  extremely very few Indian Muslims converted to christianity or any other faith.  

In Malaysia there is a tongkat for everything. 

Even the Mufti of Perlis who frequently makes unthinking political statements has a big tongkat. 

He is protected by the various syariah penal enactments. Disagree with them you can go to jail. Question them you can go to jail. If you are Shiah they can put you in jail. 

So many tongkats. 

Malaysians caught in sex-romp party at Pattaya hotel

They were part of a larger group which had paid an admission fee of RM190 per person to attend the party.

The raid was prompted by complaints from local residents that the hotel had frequently organised such parties.
PETALING JAYA: Several Malaysians and Singaporeans were among 11 men and 14 women detained on Saturday night in a raid on a hotel in South Pattaya.
They were said to be attending a swingers’ party where they could swap partners for sexual activities, Bangkok Post reported.
The others included Americans, Canadians, Germans, Chinese, Thais, Cambodians, Indians and Ukrainians.
The party was held in a room on the hotel’s ground floor. The 25 people were found naked, performing sexual activities.
They were detained for further legal action.
The raid on Ban Tulip Hotel in the Phra Tamnak area, South Pattaya, took place at about 11.30pm.
It was prompted by complaints from local residents that the hotel had frequently organised such events.
Those wanting to attend the party had signed up through a website, paying an admission fee of 1,500 baht (RM190) per person.
The hotel operator, a Chinese national, was arrested for violating the Hotel Act and illegally facilitating sexual activities. - FMT

Don’t make the same mistake in GE14, Kedah MB tells Pokok Sena voters

Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah says Pokok Sena has been deprived of development under opposition rule.
Kedah BN chairman Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah says only BN can bring hope to Pokok Sena constituents.
POKOK SENA: Kedah Menteri Besar Ahmad Bashah Md Hanipah has urged voters in the Pokok Sena parliamentary constituency to return the mandate to Barisan Nasional (BN) in the coming election, saying they have been living in “darkness” under the opposition.
Ahmad Bashah, who is also state BN chairman, said only BN could bring hope to the people of Pokok Sena, whom he claimed had been deprived of development.
“The people cannot be cheated again this time. Don’t repeat your past mistakes because the losers will ultimately be the people themselves,” he said yesterday.
Ahmad Bashah added that cooperation between state and central governments was essential to development projects by the BN government.
In the 2013 general election, Mahfuz Omar won Pokok Sena on a PAS ticket while the Bukit Pinang state seat went to Wan Romani Wan Salim, also from PAS. The Derga state seat was won by DAP’s Tan Kok Yew.
Only the Bukit Lada state seat was won by BN’s Ahmad Lebai Sudin. - FMT

DAP showing true colours by announcing ministers, says Najib

Najib Razak says only the prime minister has the prerogative to choose ministers.
Prime Minister Najib Razak says DAP’s announcement shows who is really holding power in PH.
KUALA LUMPUR: Prime Minister Najib Razak says DAP’s move to announce two of its members as candidates for ministerial positions has shown its true colours.
He said the power to determine candidates for ministers lay with the prime minister, and asked why DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng had made the announcement instead of Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) prime ministerial candidate Dr Mahathir Mohamad.
“It is clear which party is really holding the power in PH. The rest are just followers,” he said on Twitter yesterday.
Lim had recently announced that Perak DAP chairman Nga Kor Ming and Johor DAP chairman Liew Chin Tong would be made candidates for ministerial positions if they won the parliamentary seats of Teluk Intan and Ayer Hitam in the coming election. -FMT

Analyst: Hard for PAS to win Shah Alam

UM's Awang Azman Pawi says Khalid Samad will be a formidable opponent.
It is imperative for PAS to win over the urban Malay voters in Shah Alam to stay relevant.
PETALING JAYA: A political analyst has cast doubt on PAS’ ability to win the Shah Alam parliamentary seat.
Reacting to Selangor Amanah’s announcement that Khalid Samad would be defending the seat, Awang Azman Pawi of Universiti Malaya said PAS would find it hard to wrest it from the two-term MP.
He said Shah Alam would serve as a yardstick for how well PAS would do in urban areas with a middle-class Malay majority.
“But Khalid is a formidable competitor,” he told FMT, noting that it was he who delivered Shah Alam to the Islamist party in 2008.

“Previously, the fight was always between Umno and PAS, and PAS turned out the victor, starting in 2008,” he said.
“But now PAS has to compete not only with Umno, but also Khalid.
“In 2013, there was a battle between political personalities in Shah Alam, with Zulkifli Nordin representing Barisan Nasional, and Khalid again representing PAS. Khalid won for a second time.”
PAS research head Zuhdi Marzuki has been slated to contest for the seat. Barisan Nasional has yet to announce its candidate, but pundits believe it will be Shah Alam Umno division chief Azhari Shaari.
Awang Azman also said Umno had probably lost about 30% of its support in Shah Alam since the split in the party that gave birth to PPBM.
Khalid first sought election in Shah Alam in 2004, but lost to Umno’s Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin.
In 2008, he beat Aziz with a majority of more than 9,000, representing more than 57% of the votes. In 2013, he beat BN’s Zulkfili with a majority of close to 11,000 votes. -FMT

Longhouse fire leaves 236 people homeless

Nobody was hurt when the 32-door longhouse was razed in a fire.
KAPIT: The 236 residents of Rumah Panjang Leorie in Nanga Ibau, about an hour’s boat journey along the Rajang River from here, were left homeless after the 32-door longhouse was razed in a fire at 7.30pm yesterday.
A Sarawak Fire and Rescue Department spokesman said no one was hurt in the incident and that all the victims sought shelter at relatives’ homes.
He said the cause of the fire was still under investigation and losses were being assessed. -FMT