DAP ball sucker Thasleem: To Report ISMA to religious authorities for abusing Islam

.It looks like DAP with Thasleem has stirred up another of cauldron of fire and hypocrisy that critics say can only burn up the last shreds of whatever credibility the party has left Titiwangsa MP Datuk Johari  told reporters  in Kuala Lumpur today.

the last hope of DAP in its bitter struggle against ? Many DAP leaders no longer believe they can win their in their bigotry anti Malay and Islam, The sacrifice of a parish like Thasleem is small change in the larger game.The problems are apparent, once you clear the gold dust of media coverage In theory, this strategy has its merits.Thasleem has  one asset in common.Thasleem  a fake Muslim will sell  his islam to support DAP”s anti Islam crusade

 DAP ball sucker Thasleem Beware the mistake you think you haven’t made, particularly if it seems innocuous. The unconscious slip reveals far more than vigorously polished truth, or indeed a lie carelessly exposed. Decipher the cipher and you could well discover a lump of golden illumination. This is as true of social gaffe as of political combat. Just in case you were getting misled,on racial issues has not always been as kind to opinion polls as it is now. It might whoop a bit with each projection this year, but it discovered a distinct distaste for them when,  decline started to turn euphoria into dread. All parties want messengers who only bring good news. You can’t blame them. Who wants to enter battle burdened with the omen of defeat? The greatest of warriors checked their fortunes with astrologers, chicken entrails, coffee dregs or tea leaves. UMNO has begun to take its own form of pre-emptive protection, . Even if ,DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang losesHE has won is  DAP’s most creative art form .
 DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang  do not deny that there may be a handful of non-Malays and non-Muslims who do not respect Malay and Muslim rights and sensitivities,
 DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang relax. Malays has survived worse. And will continue to thrive — Our various freedoms are definitely under threat. Make no mistake about that. It’s just a question of figuring out whose freedom scores in such wars. And whether there is something called absolute freedom in the first place. A difficult decision needed to be taken. And it was taken. It was not ‘fear’ alone  the rumoured death threats) that dictated ’s decision, I imagine. It was a question of not hurting public sentiment. There really are no winners here. Least of all the much-loathed The DAP has called for action against Umno mouthpiece Utusan Malaysia over the publication of what it called was a “vitriolic and inflammatory” article attacking non-Malays in its weekend edition yesterday.
DAP advisor Lim Kit Siang said the article, written by Mingguan Malaysia’s deputy editor Azman Anuar, was based on lies and could incite racial and religious hatred, conflict and tension

He called for immediate attention by the police and the Attorney General, and urged Barisan Nasional component parties to make a stand.
The strength of nations has more nuances than the single dimension of geography. If the new aspirants to high office do not understand this, they will serve neither their personal nor their national interests.Politics is carbon-dated by events, not time. Partnerships need tensile strength to survive misunderstandings when suspicion warps a relationship into a tangential curve. Mercury rather than blood flows through the vein of public life; politics is very human and turbulent, and ego floats beyond the reach of rational discourse.The best politicians are very talented, but often that blessing is flecked with problems characteristic of a maverick. The big chiefs like talent in their subordinates, but squirm at its attendant frailties. Bright sparks tend to possess an implacable desire to place a mirror before stupidity. The reverse mirror, however, displays a more provocative facet. Jealousy and intrigue are companions of ambition; if the talented were not ambitious, they would not be in politics Any institution, whether party or government, demands the stability of an uncontroversial script, or the comfort of silence from geniuses who can never find an equitable balance between their self-estimation and the role they have been given in what is essentially a Teresa Kok  ‘s opera.  is a sharp and well-read politician, except when his tongue goes to his head. He has been a good environment minister, willing to stand his ground and even take a risk or two. Bu collective responsibility demands caution: you have to keep space between your blow-drier and your brain.Teresa Kok may even have been right on Chinese, but he was wrong to say what was right.Actors slip easily into politics because they have MBAs in the management of adulation. They have studied the arts of froth and the science of glamour, most notably the cruel fact that it has an early sell-by date.Those who are still in a state of puzzled excitement over the denouement of the most exhilarating melange of soap opera and recial thriller to appear in the Imalaysia media, have clearly never read Agatha Christie’s classic ‘ Malay murder on the DAPt Express’.Or seen Albert Finney and Peter Ustinov as Hercule Poirot in the film and TV versions. Poirot’s priceless grey cells went into overdrive and overtime seeking the murderer, who had to be one of the dozen passengers on this fabled train. But those grey cells never failed: they hit upon the startling truth. Everyone was guilty.It is only by reducing this dependence that the likelihood of communities being manipulated by self-serving political and religious leaders will diminish. Obviously working out the modalities and details of how this will happen will take time but the first and most important step is an actknowledgment of the shortcomings and flaws within society. Sadly however, much like individuals, communities are quick to blame others and rarely have the maturity and will to reflect on their own weaknesses. We the people must look in the mirror and face the ugly realities of our societies and the ills we are perpetuating. latest stunt over the Teresa Kok Surrogacy video reaffirms her reputation as a serial blackmailer. The short history of her political outfit also stands testament to the fact that it thrives on coercing constitutional functionaries to gain political mileage. The danger of this approach to the very fabric that holds our democratic system together cannot be stressed enough. As Malay we must make it clear that we will not accept a political party like DAP that holds the entire country to ransom, and in the process makes a mockery of our Constitution.Our law defines coercion as the threat to commit an unlawful act with the intention of forcing another person to enter into an agreement. is an unlawful act under the penal code. Teresa Kok is a champion at road-rolling his point of view by threatening personal harm.  A more virulent example is outright criminal intimidation, which is the threat to either injure another person or bring harm to their reputation.  was shown threatening an officer of the K.L Police, only following procedure. In no other country in the world would it be forgivable for any person, commoner or politician, to threaten and insult an enforcer of the law who puts his life on the line, day
 im said the majority of Malaysians, whether Malays or non-Malays, were respectful of each other.
“I do not deny that there may be a handful of non-Malays and non-Muslims who do not respect Malay and Muslim rights and sensitivities, just as there are a handful of Malays and Muslims who do not respect non-Malay and non-Muslim rights and sensitivities,” he added.
PAS central committee member Khalid Samad, responding to the Utusan article, said it was representative of Umno and not the general Malay population.
“What they are doing will only fuel more hatred against Umno and Barisan Nasional. The Malays in general are not going to be affected,” said Khalid.

A Muslim NGO today urged the police to take stern action against Utusan Malaysia and Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) for allegedly threatening racial harmony in the country.

Thasleem Mohamed Ibrahim, speaking as president of Jihad for Justice, told reporters here that he lodged a report with the Brickfields police station yesterday against Utusan Malaysia deputy editor Azman Anuar and Isma over articles appearing in the Umno-owned daily and an online portal which he said accused non-Malays of insulting Islam, Muslims and Malay rulers.

He said the accusation had been “manufactured” to provoke anger among Malays against non-Malays.

“Both their articles, dated Feb 16, clearly provoked hatred against the non-Malays and this provocation is not healthy for peace-loving Malaysia,” he said.

He added that the “ulterior motive” of inciting hatred and fear was evident in both articles.

“I here challenge Isma and Azman Anuar to prove their allegations that Muslims are facing real conspiracies from Christians and chauvinists,” Thasleem said.

He urged Isma to be careful when quoting Prophet Muhammad and not let off like a “loose cannon” in order to create hatred.

Isma in its article urged Malays to be aggressive in fighting back against threats posed by non-Muslims. It’s president, Muhammad Fauzi, said an unnamed anti-Muslim group were baiting the country’s Muslim majority and causing social and religious tensions.

Thasleem also blamed police inaction for the tense situation.

“The police has been very selective in taking action and a few Umno-friendly NGOs have got away with daylight robbery and murder, figuratively speaking,” he said.

He called on Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar to demonstrate his assertion that there were no “selective investigation and prosecution” by immediately investigating anyone creating racial tension.

 

 

A Muslim NGO today urged the police to take stern action against Utusan Malaysia and Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) for allegedly threatening racial harmony in the country.

Thasleem Mohamed Ibrahim, speaking as president of Jihad for Justice, told reporters here that he lodged a report with the Brickfields police station yesterday against Utusan Malaysia deputy editor Azman Anuar and Isma over articles appearing in the Umno-owned daily and an online portal which he said accused non-Malays of insulting Islam, Muslims and Malay rulers.

He said the accusation had been “manufactured” to provoke anger among Malays against non-Malays.

“Both their articles, dated Feb 16, clearly provoked hatred against the non-Malays and this provocation is not healthy for peace-loving Malaysia,” he said.

He added that the “ulterior motive” of inciting hatred and fear was evident in both articles.

“I here challenge Isma and Azman Anuar to prove their allegations that Muslims are facing real conspiracies from Christians and chauvinists,” Thasleem said.

He urged Isma to be careful when quoting Prophet Muhammad and not let off like a “loose cannon” in order to create hatred.

Isma in its article urged Malays to be aggressive in fighting back against threats posed by non-Muslims. It’s president, Muhammad Fauzi, said an unnamed anti-Muslim group were baiting the country’s Muslim majority and causing social and religious tensions.

Thasleem also blamed police inaction for the tense situation.

“The police has been very selective in taking action and a few Umno-friendly NGOs have got away with daylight robbery and murder, figuratively speaking,” he said.

He called on Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar to demonstrate his assertion that there were no “selective investigation and prosecution” by immediately investigating anyone creating racial tension.

Titiwangsa MP Datuk Johari ask why Malay and UMNO? Decoding DAP script”s anti Malay and UMNO

One of the pressure groups livid with Seputeh MP Teresa Kok’s Chinese New Year satire explained they are angry because the character spoofed was recognisably the prime minister’s wife.

Does Malays have no future? If you were to listen to Lim Guan Eng  election rhetoric, that’s not honest takeaway. There’s so much chest thumping about how DAP, how we had the most amazing leaders, the finest  Chinese culture, the best  Chinese schools of learning, the most exciting Chinese politics. It’s all about  Destroying of  Malay rights?

There is a deep sense of unease about the present and future in the sprawling urban malignity that Penang turned into midway through the Left Front regime. The anxiety, stemming from the brutal Christians , reflects the foreboding that the folllowers son of Allah , primarily upper caste, respectable and privileged with some access to landed property or wealth and with a claim to a liberal education, are fast being supplanted by the Muslims” or the unlettered, uncultured lower order.It is a particularly grim reminder of DAP’s s prophetic words about the demise of theMalays in Penang: “We do not know how the end will come, whether through a cataclysmic holocaust or a slow putrid decay.
The admonishments keep flowing in and suddenly it seems as DAP that had fired so many imaginations can do nothing right. And while it does seem that the party has made some grave errors, some of the arguments being made against Islam are  unfair, and care needs to be taken to separate the party’s mistakes from some legitimate if unusual choices that it has made. The criticism that it is inappropriate for Muslims  has been widespread, and deserves some scrutiny. To argue that the act of governing carries with it an implicit decorum is another way of saying that rulers must embrace the surrounding aura of gravitas that has historically been associated with power. They must be seen to be spending time in acts of governance, and not be seen shouting slogans and confronting the police. Now while this is conventional wisdom, there is no intrinsic reason why this must be the case. Why is it all right for political leaders to spend time includes giving meaningless speeches, cutting ribbons and laying foundation stones and generally be so involved in the ceremony surrounding the act of administration and not acceptable if they agitate for what they believe in? A new political culture means that some old customs must give way to the new. Using the power of public opinion to agitate for a cause is an option available to everyone, the CM included. If anything, a protest like this, if held peacefully and for the right reason reinforces the idea that democratic persuasion is an on-going process and not a once-in-five-years phenomenon.

Christians went for Sunday mass in Penang yesterday and found banners which read “Allah is Great, Jesus is the son of Allah” outside several churches, at a time when the mercury is rising over the use of the word “Allah” by non-Muslims.
In short, this was a most clumsy but dangerous attempt to spark riots between the majority Muslims and minority Christians in Malaysia.

sop opera that was a tearjerker for DAP  Teresa Kok The group, comprising Chinese professionals from various fields, said the timing of Kok’s “Onederful Malaysia” release was bad.”Why must she release the video during Chinese New Year? If she wanted to politicise an issue, that is a separate matter.”But why do it during Chinese New Year?”The group, comprising Chinese professionals from various fields, said the timing of Kok’s “Onederful Malaysia” release was bad. Kok was only thinking of herself and had forgotten her responsibilities as an elected representative.

“We are against the culture of hatred. But it seems that many individuals are now only thinking of themselves and forgetting their duties and responsibilities,”
If there is one thing that the last year should have taught many people then it is this – the status quo in India is changing like never before.Any civilized person closely following events in Malaysia is bound to be struck numb with shock at the senseless rape, killing and burning of houses and property of the victims. The worst perpetrator seems to be Catholic Bishop Dr Paul Tan Chee Ing urged Christians No triumph without tribulation the Selangor Islamic Affairs Department (Jais) has no business questioning Christians on their religion, and questioned whether Jais was employing Gestapo-style tactics in raiding the premises of the Bible Society of Malaysia (BSM) yesterday. (The Gestapo is the Nazi-era police used by Adolf Hilter to oppress Jews and minorities.)“Has Jais, with the aid of the police force, become an insidious type of Gestapo in Malaysia?” .Tan said the raid by Jais and the questioning of BSM staff violated the 10-point agreement reached between Putrajaya and Christian groups on the controversy over the ‘Allah’ issue. repression by extremists who want to embellish their religious credentials. These extremists hope to make their mark by instigating Christians No triumph without tribulation.There is little point in trying to debate who started what and who did what to whom, though of course the perpetrators of the calamity should be punished in an exemplary manner – though chances are they wouldn’t. They wouldn’t, because a crowd action provides sufficient anonymity to bring out the depravity in us as a people.  It is as if anonymity emboldens us to be on our worst conceivable behaviour. After all, even an otherwise peaceful people of Malaysia,No, savagery is not limited to the Rawandan genocide. Something in us keeps us ever-ready to let our savage loose at the slightest or even no provocation, as long as there is an imagined excuse to do so and sufficient anonymity of numbers to hide behind.  That’s why we see gang rapes more than solo acts, perhaps.
The Penang government will not bow to UMNO religious extremists and racial bigots, said Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng following this morning’s attack on a church in Lebuh Farquhar.
He said the state government will instead use the “weapons of social justice and sustainable development” to defeat the acts of violence and hatred in Penang.
“In this critical hour with shadowy extremists and racist forces conducting sustained aggression to destabilise the Penang state government, the 1.6 million Penangites must reaffirm the commitment for the past 200 years to protect, preserve and promote respect for cultural diversity, racial and religious harmony by rejecting both violence and hatred,” he said in a statement today.
Whatever it is, the arrival of Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng  has shaken up the entire political establishment. Whether they succeed or not, whether their policies work or not, there is talk of innovation in the political process and the big guns are on their toes now, just like the competitive APP ecosystem. We can safely assume that the days of political complacency will be gone soon, for good.
Time for us,  to kickout  Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng rejoice and hope that  election r ‘20148 truly turns out to be a very Happy  to all of us
Utusan Malaysia today launched a stinging attack on non-Malays, accusing them of insulting Islam, Muslims and the Malay rulers, and warning them to know their “limits”.”laidback, compromising” attitude of the Malays had led to non-Malays overstepping their boundaries and daring to question previously off-limit subjects.”Non-Malays have apparently forgotten that Malaysia’s majority population is Malays. They have no respect at all for the Bumiputera. Why has this happened? It is because we are too compromising, too afraid to take action against those who have insulted Malays and Islam.”In the end, it appears as if non-Malays are the landlords and Malays are the tenants, immigrants and the minority in our own country,” wrote Azman Anuar in his article entitled “Melayu, Islam dihina di Tanah Melayu!”.
“Ever since respected and knowledgeable Malay leaders withdrew several years ago, non-Muslims have become emboldened in insulting the Malay community and Islam,” he said, without naming the Malay leaders.
He said non-Malays appeared to have forgotten that their ancestors became Malaysian citizens due to the Malays’ compromise.
“Now that they have prospered and gained a firmer foothold both economically and politically, non-Malays forget that it was given to them by the Malays,”
Saying non-Malays were playing with fire, Azman, who was recently promoted to his current post in the paper,  also accused them of refusing to respect Malay culture, language and customs.
“It is just a matter of time before the hornets who are attempting to defend their nests against intruders will retaliate.”
He said until today, “the hornets have not revealed their sting” as they are merely making noise and appearing to go on the offensive so that intruders would feel apprehensive.
“This is the actions of Malays who are still patient in the face of various provocations. But if pushed further, the hornets will not keep silent.
“If the nest is invaded and burnt just so that the honey can be taken away, Malays will not be so tolerant anymore,” he went on with his metaphors.
As such, the paper said the recent cash reward offer by several Malay organisation to anyone who slapped Seputeh MP Teresa Kok, over her satirical online video which angered Umno leaders, was merely a stern warning.
“There are a faction of Malays who are furious and frustrated. While these actions are not what we want to see, but one must take responsibility for their actions.
“Moreover, their actions are no longer secretive and discreet, it is being done openly. Look at the comments in the social media and blogs,”
A group of Chinese professionals have accused Seputeh MP Teresa Kok of being disrespectful for releasing a video mocking the country's leaders during the Chinese New Year. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, February 15, 2014.

A group of Chinese professionals have accused Seputeh MP Teresa Kok of being disrespectful for releasing a video mocking the country’s leaders during the Chinese New Year. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, February 15, 2014.
We cannot control the evil tongues of Teresa Kok ; but a good life enables us to disregard her. she  having engineered Kok had produced a Chinese New Year greeting video, entitled “Onederful” Malaysia CNY 2014,wants chinese renaissance, is its DAP mascot
Does Malays have no future?Titiwangsa MP Datuk Johari says  Slander attacks against UMNO typical of DAP  some irresponsible statements without any supporting evidence dragging UMNO along with that of Najib in an unnecessary controversy,  UMNO had rubbished the charge. Today, to further pursue the allegations which DAP has manufactured, the racialist UMNO IS convinced that DAP is a party of pathological liars. They create a falsehood and then convince themselves of its truthJoharir adds the video was also ‘nauseating and disgusting’. DAP Teresa Kok says Melayu mati or “Malai si ya ! thousand times why IGP have not arrested DAP Teresa Kok.

Teresa Kok’ needs to unite, not divide Malaysian Need to change the way DAP treat  Malays Cry hard but don’t cry again for the same reason Titiwangsa MP Datuk Johari says  Slander attacks against UMNO typical of DAP  some irresponsible statements without any supporting evidence dragging UMNO along with that of Najib in an unnecessary controversy,  UMNO had rubbished the charge. Today, to further pursue the allegations which DAP has manufactured, the racialist UMNO IS convinced that DAP is a party of pathological liars. They create a falsehood and then convince themselves of its truth Johari adds the video was also ‘nauseating and disgusting’. DAP Teresa Kok says Melayu mati or “Malai si ya ! thousand times why IGP have not arrested DAP Teresa Kok.”Kok is not practising the actual traditions of the Chinese community and her video shows disrespect towards CNY because it insults the country’s leaders,” said Loh Wei Jing, a member of the group.
He also accused Kok of violating the basic principles of the Rukun Negara.
Teresa Kok’ needs to unite, not divide Malaysian Need to change the way DAP treat  Malays Cry hard but don’t cry again for the same reasonThe unfortunate part of using the language of ‘us’ and ‘them ‘is that it leads to deterioration of relations between communities leading in some places even to riots. Therefore it would not be a matter of surprise if the communal situation in the country deteriorates in the next few months.  Incidentally  are being cited as the example of riots the likes of which will grip the country in the coming months  DAP. is being part blamed by analysts for the riots to happen.
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