Khamis, Januari 16, 2014

Berita ni betul ke atau tin kosong?

Dalam kita percaya dia nak ambil tindakan, nanti dia pass ke JAIS. JAIS pass ke MAIS, sampai ke JAKIM dan JPM. Balik ke Zahid di KDN, hanya kata bukti grade A dah kasi pada JAKIM. Serupa tin kosong.

Paderi Andrew ugut nak saman dalam tiga hari, tapi tin kosong juga, takde pun saman.

Isy isy isy ... salah orang, bukan paderi tapi Mat Sabu.

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PETALING JAYA, Jan 14 — A Christian pastor has urged both Muslims and Christians to stop spreading their faith amid deepening tensions over the “Allah” row between the two Abrahamic religions.

Rev Dr Hermen Shastri, general secretary of the Protestant umbrella body, Council of Churches of Malaysia (CCM), said that religious discourse could not continue if non-Muslims are prohibited from propagating their beliefs to Muslims, while the reverse is allowed under the law.

“So it is better for Christians and Muslims to declare ‘we don’t proselytise anybody’, and we’ll live in peace,” Shastri told a forum on freedom of religion here last night that was mostly attended by non-Malays.

Article 11(4) of the Federal Constitution prohibits non-Muslims from propagating their faith to Muslims, which has been used as the basis for various state laws throughout Malaysia — except for Penang, Sabah, Sarawak and the Federal Territories — to ban non-Muslims from using certain Arabic words and phrases, including the word for God, “Allah”.

The Christian minority in Malaysia has been accused of attempting to proselytise to Muslims, with Terengganu Mufti Dr Zulkifly Muda reportedly commending the Selangor Islamic Religious Department (Jais) for confiscating Malay and Iban-language bibles to stem such purported conversion attempts.

At the forum, Dr Ahmad Farouk Musa, chairman of Muslim think tank Islamic Renaissance Front (IRF), questioned why Muslims could not put themselves in the shoes of Christians who are banned from sharing their faith to Muslims.

“If I were to live in Australia, and Australia says that I can’t share my beliefs with my friends, I’ll feel like I’m being persecuted,” said Ahmad Farouk.

“Why can’t Muslims feel the same? Feel what Christian brothers feel when they are prevented from sharing what they believe. Just because we’re the majority in this country, we can do what we like? That’s wrong,” he added.

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