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Rakankongsi PKR dalam Pakatan Rakyat PAS sudah merasakan bahang dan amat tidak selesa dengan sikap Kepimpinan Pembangkang yang mengambil kedudukan liberal sehingga bertentang dengan peruntukan Perlembagaan Persekutuan Malaysia mengenai Islam dan hubungan seksual luar tabii. Mereka akan bertindak untuk menyuarakan rasa tidak puas hati akar umbi ahli dan penyokong mereka mengenai kenyataan Naib Presiden PKR Nurul Izzah Anwar Sabtu lepas.

Difahamkan Dewan Pemuda PAS Pusat akan mengadakan satu perhimpunan aman dan penyerahan memorandum membantah kenyataan YB Nurul Izzah berhubung isu menyamakan islam dengan agama-agama lain dan tindakan beliau menyokong LGBT. Ini akan diadakan di Ibu Pejabat PKR, Merchant Square, Tropicana, Petaling Jaya selepas Sembahyang Jumaat 9 November ini.

Ini merupakan tekanan dari akar umbi ahli dan penyokong PAS makin memuncak dengan kedudukan dan sikap beberapa pemimpin PAS sendiri seperti Khalid Samad dan Mohd. Nizar Jamaluddin atas isu isu yang dekat pada sanubari orang Melayu, seperti soal aqidah dan semenjak lewat ini, usaha memurtadkan orang Melayu secara terancang dan terbuka.

Mantan Pesuruhjaya PAS Selangor Dato’ Dr Hassan Mohd Ali dipecat dari PAS kerana mempersoalkan kedudukan PAS menyokong Anwar Ibrahim atas isu pendakwaan kes liwat beliau bawah Seksyen 377B Kanun Keseksaan, yang pada masa itu masih lagi dalam proses perbicaraan Mahkamah Jenayah.

Apa yang dikesalkan oleh ramai pemimpin PAS sendiri terutama dikalangan ulama ialah kegagalan parti itu mengambil kedudukan mengenai isu ‘Kalimah Allah’ dalam penggunaan ktab Injil dalam Bahasa Melayu, orang Melayu dimurtadkan (sebagaimana sisatan keatas Damansara Utama Methodist Church Ramadhan 1432H) dan sikap condong kearas liberalism apabila PAS selepas Muktamar Agung tahun lepas menggugurkan perjuangan ‘Negara Islam’ kepada ‘Negara Kebajikan’.

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Dalam pada itu, DYMM Raja Raja Melayu terus mengeluarkan titah yang merakamkan kekecewaan mereka mengenai kenyataan Nurul Izzah itu. DYTM Pemangku Sultan Perak Raja Nazrin Shah Ibni Sultan Azlan Muhibuddin Shah bertitah agar senstiviti mengenai kesucian Islam dan kedudukan sebagai ugama Persekutuan Malaysia hendaklah dijaga dan tidak sewenangnya diperbincangkan secara terbuka.

Titah teguran ini ditujukan khas kepada pihak pihak yang cuba menangguk diair keruh, terutama dikalangan orang Bukan Islam dan bertujuan untuk meraih keuntungan politik.

DON’T TOUCH ON THE SENSITIVITIES OF ISLAM.

The Regent of Perak, Raja Dr Nazrin Shah says the people, particularly the non-Muslims, should not touch on the
sensitivities of Islam which had been agreed upon together in the formation of the country purely for political gains.

He said that in order to ensure the survival of a peaceful, sovereign and prosperous nation, the people must continue to respect the original charter that
had been agreed upon by everyone and had become the main pillar in the setting up of the Federation of Malaya, which was to stay away from issues pertaining to religious sensitivities.

Raja Nazrin said religious sensitivity did not allow the religion to be debated openly because those with shallow knowledge could make the wrong
interpretation.

“Lately, the boundary relating to Islamic religion appears to have been breached, in fact, there are some non-Muslims who are becoming more vocal in
challenging issues relating to Islam through speeches which appear to ridicule syariah, belittle the faith of Muslims and degrade Islamic practices.

Acts of breaching the boundary of other religions in an extreme and openly manner could lead to serious tragedy because religion was highly sensitive and
had great potentials to lead to conflicts and quarrels,” the Regent said.

This was one of the six projections presented by Raja Nazrin when delivering a premier lecture entitled “The Institution of Constitutional Monarchy: The Survival of the Nation”, in Kuala Lumpur to ensure that the desired survival of the nation could be achieved.

The programme was organised by the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture.

Describing the acts as showing disrespect for the Malay Rulers, the Regent said such acts must be stopped immediately and firmly.

As the head of religion, he said the palace institution was always open to discussion to whoever wished to present their views in order to gain guidance and direction through closed-door discussions without the need to publicise them.

The second projection presented by Raja Nazrin was the aspect of loyalty to the country which must be manifested by every citizen, that is, their obligation to respect the two national symbols, namely the ”Jalur Gemilang” and the national anthem ”Negaraku”.

He said the acts by a small group of individuals who stepped on the Jalur Gemilang and ridiculed the lyrics and beat of ”Negaraku” showed that they were
unpatriotic.

In addition, he wanted the transparency and integrity of the administration upheld by the three branches of government, namely the executive, the legislative and the judiciary, to be free of shortcomings because such
weaknesses could have a negative impact on the sovereignty of the Rulers if it were to spread to the implementing institutions.

In the other projections, the Regent reminded that the greatness of the constitution and sovereignty of the law which were key to ensuring public peace and political stability were not selectively enforced.

Raja Nazrin also called for a new set of arrangement between the powers of the state and the Federation so that it would not pose problems to the civil servants in discharging their trust and that they did not become victims of
continued political conflicts.

“The concept of Federalism must be understood and that there must be a new orientation especially among the civil servants so that the political
differences did not affect relations between the people, to the extent that they might develop feelings of parochialism which would erode their loyalty to the country,” he said.

In his final projection, the Regent reminded political leaders to play a role to ensure that the political climate did not become too hot and not to turn the general election into a ”civil war”.

He said the general election was one of the main instruments in the system of government that practiced parliamentary democracy with the people given the right to determine the government. — BERNAMA

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Perkara yang amat serious ini bukan sahaja menarik perhatian pelbagai pihak dikalangan orang Melayu dalam pelbagai peringkat, malah juga cukup penting sehinggakan DYMM Raja Raja Melayu turut mengeluarkan titah.

Published in: on November 7, 2012 at 18:00  Comments (14)  
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