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August 18, 2012

Filed under: 1Malaysia,Barisan Nasional — Pengayau @ 8:07 pm
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“Undi lah Pembangkang jika anda setuju untuk jadikan Kristian sebagai Agama rasmi Persekutuan Malaysia”

The same tactics they use in Sarawak in the last state election whereby posters of YB Baru Bian (Sarawak PKR Chairman) implicating that Sarawak would become a Christian state if PKR won in Sarawak and that has scared away some Muslims voters

The fact is, Sarawak is a Secular State with no Official Religion vis a vis Point No.1 of our 20/18 Point of Agreement prior to formation of Malaysia in 1963 which read:

Point 1: Religion
While there was no objection to Islam being the national religion of Malaysia there should be no State religion in North Borneo, and the provisions relating to Islam in the present Constitution of Malaya should not apply to North Borneo

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/20-point_agreement

Of course, BN wont admit it. That is typical “Baling batu, Sembunyi tangan”

UMNO style/modus operandi is similar to NAZI propaganda in the 2nd World War, Racist to the core!

Khairy Jamaluddin said they have taken down that pic, and now investigating who’s that foolish site admin that uploading that image. The pic went viral in just few minutes. He does not know that, that FB page exist, could have been setup by anyone or fanboy. Well, damage is already done.

 

Excerpt from the Wikipedia :

Article 3 of the Constitution of Malaysia establishes Islam as the “Religion of the Federation”However, Malaysia’s law and jurisprudence is based on the English common law. Sharia law is applicable only to Muslims, and is restricted to family law and religious observances. Therefore, there has been much debate on whether Malaysia is a secular state or an Islamic state.

Originally, the draft Constitution of Malaysia did not specify any official religion for the state. This move was supported by the rulers of the nine Malay states, who felt that it was sufficient that Islam was the official religion of each of their individual states. However, Justice Hakim Abdul Hamid of the Reid Commission which drafted the Constitution came out strongly in favour of making Islam the official religion, and as a result the final Constitution named Islam as the official religion of Malaysia.

Nine of the Malaysian states, namely Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang, Kedah, Perak, Perlis, Selangor, Johor and Negeri Sembilan have constitutional Malay monarchs (most of them styled as Sultans). These Malay rulers still maintain authority over religious affairs in states. The states of Penang, Malacca, Sarawak and Sabah do not have any sultan, but the king (Yang di-Pertuan Agong) plays the role of head of Islam in each of those states as well as in each of the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya.

On the occasion of Tunku Abdul Rahman (Malaysia’s first prime minister)’s 80th birthday, he stated in the 9 February 1983 edition of the newspaper The Star that the “country has a multi-racial population with various beliefs. Malaysia must continue as a secular State with Islam as the official religion.” In the same issue of The Star, Abdul Rahman was supported by the third Malaysian Prime Minister, Hussein Onn, who stated that the “Nation can still be functional as a secular state with Islam as the “Official Religion”

Although the constitution declares Malaysia to be a secular state, there is much confusion on this subject. Several Muslims have argued, especially after former Prime Minister Mahathir bin Mohamad’s declaration that Malaysia is an Islamic state, that Malaysia is in fact an Islamic state.

One Member of Parliament (MP), Badruddin bin Amiruldin, has stated in the Dewan Rakyat house of Parliament that “Malaysia ini negara Islam” (“Malaysia is an Islamic state”) and that “you tidak suka, you keluar dari Malaysia!” (“You don’t like it, you get out of Malaysia!”) Badruddin refused to retract his statement, and a motion to refer him to the House Committee of Privileges was rejected by a voice vote.

However, the first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, contradicted this stance in the 1980s, saying, “All talk on Islamic States is just an empty dream. No man in his right sense would accept a nation which bases its political administration on religion, and in a country like Malaysia with its multiracial and multireligious people, there is no room for an Islamic State.” In 1988, the courts rejected the argument that Malaysia was a theocratic state http://www.loyarburok.com/2010/01/09/criminalizing-liberty-second-segment/

Despite the Federal Government’s denial that Malaysia is an Islamic state, the previous administration under Abdullah Badawi have gradually furthered the agenda of Islamic supremacy at the expense of other religions. The spread of Christianity is a particular sore point for the Muslim majority. The Malaysian government has also persecuted Christian groups who were perceived to be attempting to proselytize to Muslim audiences. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_in_Malaysia

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