steadyaku47

Thursday, 2 June 2016

Muslims have never interfered in other religion? Huh! Go tell that to the Marines!




LET ALL MUSLIMS AND MALAYS, NO MATTER ON WHAT POLITICAL DIVIDE, SAY A BIG AND EMPHATIC 'NO' TO MCA, MIC, GERAKAN AND ANY OTHER ORGANISATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS ON THEIR STANCE AGAINST ISLAM. MUSLIMS HAVE NEVER INTERFERED IN THEIR RELIGIONS. SO WHY SHOULD THEY? WE, THE MUSLIMS ARE FED UP BEING TOLD WHAT TO DO AND WHAT NOT TO DO. WE ARE NOT CATTLES. WE ARE HUMANS AND EXPECTED TO BE TREATED AS SUCH. OTHERWISE...........




steadyaku47 comment : Mohd Ghazali says that "Muslims have never interfered" in other  religion?"...what then do the following images and news report indicate? 

What we must bear in mind is that places of worship for Muslim have also been the target of attacks....so let us just leave it to the reality that in all religion there are always adherents to those religion who think it is their duty to do bad things to other religion.

What cannot be denied is that in Malaysia there are individuals and also well organised Muslim groups with the backing of political parties and politicians who have "interfered in the religion of others!" as the images below indicates. 

As for MCA, MIC and GERAKAN and their stance "against" Islam. (as Ghazali says) ...let us take what politicians do with a grain of salt.....MCA, MIC and GERAKAN, no matter what I think of them, do have enough sense to NOT take a stance against ISLAM...anybody in Malaysia with some brains would have enough sense to NOT take a stance against ISLAM simply because they know the consequences of upsetting even a small group of Muslims....die standing ma!    

Hell I would not want to say anything to upset any Muslim...so if I have upset any Muslim.....maaf!






Malaysia men guilty in 'Allah' row church attack



Image caption The offices of one church were destroyed by a fire-bomb
Two Malaysian men have been found guilty of setting fire to a church in January in a row over non-Muslim use of the word "Allah".
The two had claimed their burn injuries were sustained at a barbecue.
But a judge in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, said this was a fabrication and jailed them for five years.
The attack on the Metro Tabernacle Church in Kuala Lumpur was the first of a series of attacks on houses of worship following the "Allah" row.
Eleven churches, one Sikh temple, three mosques and two Muslim prayer rooms became targets of arson and other incidents.
Raja Muhammad Faizal Raja Ibrahim, 24, and Raja Muhammad Idzham Raja Ibrahim, 22, were both convicted of "mischief by fire".

Judge S M Komathy Suppiah said that their crime struck "at the very foundations and tenets of a civilised society".
A crowd is seen in front of the Sree Muneeswarar Amman Temple along Jalan Hospital in Ipoh, April 24, 2016. — Pic by Farhan NajibA crowd is seen in front of the Sree Muneeswarar Amman Temple along Jalan Hospital in Ipoh, April 24, 2016. — Pic by Farhan NajibIPOH, April 25 — The Perak government is to provide RM30,000 to a Hindu temple here to restore idols damaged in an incident yesterday, as well as for a religious ceremony.
State Health, Transport, National Integration, Non-Muslim Affairs and New Villages Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, who made the announcement, advised the people to remain calm and allow the police to conduct their investigation.
A 29-year-old man believed to be of unsound mind had smashed several idols at the Sree Muneeswarar Amman Temple in Jalan Hospital here at 5.10pm yesterday.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/perak-government-gives-rm30000-to-repair-damaged-idols-at-temple#sthash.RDQd7vnc.dpuf
A crowd is seen in front of the Sree Muneeswarar Amman Temple along Jalan Hospital in Ipoh, April 24, 2016. — Pic by Farhan NajibA crowd is seen in front of the Sree Muneeswarar Amman Temple along Jalan Hospital in Ipoh, April 24, 2016. — Pic by Farhan NajibIPOH, April 25 — The Perak government is to provide RM30,000 to a Hindu temple here to restore idols damaged in an incident yesterday, as well as for a religious ceremony.
State Health, Transport, National Integration, Non-Muslim Affairs and New Villages Committee chairman Datuk Dr Mah Hang Soon, who made the announcement, advised the people to remain calm and allow the police to conduct their investigation.
A 29-year-old man believed to be of unsound mind had smashed several idols at the Sree Muneeswarar Amman Temple in Jalan Hospital here at 5.10pm yesterday.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/perak-government-gives-rm30000-to-repair-damaged-idols-at-temple#sthash.RDQd7vnc.dpuf


Muslim group claims Hindu temple renovation 'disrespects' Malaysia's ...

www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/.../muslim-group-claims-hindu-temple-renov...
Oct 31, 2013 - Muslim group claims Hindu temple renovation 'disrespects' ... Last month, ISMA had attacked a planned 500-acre mega tourism project in ...


Apr 28, 2016 - Are the Malaysian police shying away from sensitive and potentially explosive problems that have been created and sustained by politicians ... The police have no right in saying that the criminal is mentally unsound. ... Well, if he had been an insane person, why would he want to attack a particular temple?



Fanatic Muslims are opposing renovation of old Hindu Temple in Kuala Lumpur.

A boy stands next to an idol of Hindu Lord Shiva at a temple during a flood in this file picture taken on September 2, 2013. Muslim residents at Puncak Alam today protested against the planned construction of a Hindu temple in the area. — Reuters pic.

A boy stands next to an idol of Hindu Lord Shiva at a temple during a flood in this 
file picture taken on September 2, 2013. Muslim residents at Puncak Alam today 
protested against the planned construction of a Hindu temple in the area. 
— Reuters pic.

Muslim residents protest against planned building of Hindu temple in Kuala Selangor 

Melissa Chi | MMO | Kuala Lumpur | May 17, 2015:: Muslim residents at Puncak Alam, Kuala Selangor, protested today against the planned construction of a Hindu temple in the Muslim-majority area, a lawmaker has said.
Kuala Selangor MP Datuk Irmohizam Ibrahim, who was not at the protest, told Malay Mail Online he was informed that some 300 to 500 residents showed up to express their dissatisfaction against the Pakatan Rakyat (PR) state government for purportedly approving the construction of the temple without consulting residents.
“The argument is that 95 per cent is Muslim population; they wonder why the state government did not discuss with them before approving the development,” Irmohizam told Malay Mail Online over the phone.





An Indian man cleans a statue at a Hindu temple ahead of the Hindu festival of Diwali in Ampang, in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur on October 30, 2013. — AFP picAn Indian man cleans a statue at a Hindu temple ahead of the Hindu festival of Diwali in Ampang, in the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur on October 30, 2013. — AFP picKUALA LUMPUR, Oct 31 — A RM10 million budget to renovate a Hindu temple in Klang, Selangor has drawn the ire of Muslim activists who today claimed  the project promotes “infidel religions” and jeopardises Malaysia’s position as an “Islamic country”.
Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (ISMA) said the Sri Sundaraja Perumal temple renovation, if allowed to proceed, would lower Malaysia’s image as a modern “Islamic country” in the eyes of Muslim tourists—especially those from the Middle East.
“A project like that has gone beyond the Constitution’s meaning which guarantees freedom of religion because it has exceeded the Constitution’s provision which promises the right to practise a religion,” said ISMA president Abdullah Zaik Abdul Rahman in a statement.
- See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/muslim-group-claims-hindu-temple-renovation-promotes-infidel-faiths-stains#sthash.WLTNXAbn.dpuf