Manisnya senyuman mu

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  1. Good that BD put out smiling and happy faces in here during the fasting month.

    But, in case there are readers who think that Muslims should say only nice things and not counter the adversaries during the fasting month, I want to say that Islam does not expect us to only smile and laugh when others out there are doing nasty things to us Malays and Muslims in this country even during the fasting month.

    Blokes like Lim Kit Siang and the DAP are even trying to whack TS Muhyiddin for cautioning the rakyat on their words and deeds by mentioning the race riots of 13 May 1969 when interviewed by Utusan. No respect even for a Deputy Prime Minister and on a matter like reminding the rakyat about racial harmony.

    The guilty-conscious DAP goons who don’t like history and opposed History being made compulsory in schools, not wanting the younger generation to know the anti-Malay and anti-Islam DAP caused the race riots of 1969, are making an issue of it. They should be whacked back prim and proper.

    Let it be known that, historically, Muslims are even allowed to go to war during the fasting month in defence of Islam, their country, etc

    • For those wanting to know more about the anti-Malay and anti-Islam DAP causing the race rots of 1969, read the White Paper on the race riots. Google the words

      “13 May 1969: A Tragedy, by The National Operations Council, October, 1969.”

    • Well written tuan isa

      • Following what Haba said above, below is what can be hit back even during fasting month:

        Joshua Neoh, a Malaysia-born lecturer with the Australian National University said at a seminar in Subang Jaya that Malaysia’s constitution is worded in “double speak” and differing narratives, which enabled both Muslims and non-Muslims to back up their respective legal arguments in the “Allah” dispute.

        The current tussle over the word “Allah” is due to an “internal contradiction” in the Federal Constitution, said he.

        I would like to say “Balls” to the fellow.

        Doesn’t he know that where there is a specific clause, especially high up in the order of things like in Article 3 of the Constitution, stating “Islam is the religion of the Federation”, it overrides the general clauses on freedom, equality etc. Otherwise, why the hell put in such clauses like on Islam and on the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak?

        Like freedom to practice other religions “in harmony”. Sure other religions may be practiced, but the religion of Islam has to be practiced, respected and treated like stated in Article 3 and all other laws enacted in pursuit of Article 3 – “the religion of the Federation”, and therefore has precedence over other religions which are not even mentioned by name. Said so by a former Appeal Court Judge, Dato Mohd Noor.

        What he stupidly and seditiously calls “double speak” are actually made clear in the laws that are enacted pursuant to the Articles concerned, like in Article 3 on Islam and in Article 153 on the Special Position.

        Neoh stupidly pointed out that the Federal Constitution guarantees the rights of a Malaysian to profess a religion of choice, yet at the same time, Muslims are not allowed to leave Islam. Doesn’t he respect the law on Muslims not allowed to leave Islam? What a nerd.

        And saying “Muslims can propagate to non-Muslims but not otherwise… Muslims cannot come out of Islam but non-Muslims can convert into Islam”, yet not saying whether the laws enacted by Parliament on the administration of Islam in this country are ultra vires the Constitution.

        Is he that stupid? I had thought all lecturers are clever. Not so, judging from the Neoh fellow.

    • In History, there is a long list of battles fought by Muslims during Ramadhan. I’ll re-produce only those up to the Mongols were defeated by the Muslims in Palestine in the 13th Century:

      624 – Battle of Badr. Versus the Makkan idolaters. “The great Battle of Badr”, was the first battle between Muslims and non-Muslims.
      627 – The Battle of the Trench. Muslims trained for this battle during Ramadan, though it occurred in the following month of Shawal.
      630 – Battle of Tabouk (also called the Battle of Tabuk). The soldiers of Islam, under the leadership of Muhammad, established a training and fighting camp in Tabouk during the month of fasting, the Byzantine army shown no aggression so the Muslims returned peacefully without fighting.
      653 – Conquest of Rhodes.
      710 – Muslims led by Tariq ibn Ziyad, invaded Spanish southern frontier cities on the Andalusian coast defeating King Roderick. They stayed for eight hundred years, disseminating Islam.
      1099 – Battle of Ascalon. Took place on 22 Ramadan (August 12), the newfound crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem defeated Fatimid Caliphate Egypt.
      1187 – Battle of Hattin. Took place at dawn—after the Night of Power (Lailat ul-Qadr) (or “Night of Destiny”). Sultan Saladin (Salah Al-Din Al-Ayubi) wiped out the Frankish army and went on to reclaim Jerusalem for Islam. The battle took place on July 4.
      1260 – Battle of Ain Jalut. Qutuz defeated the Mongols in Palestine.

      But of course we will not do battles or verbally whack others by starting them; we will only defend Islam and Islamic interests.

      Right now Lim Kit Siang certainly needs to be verbally battled. He appears wanting to incite another 13 May race riots in this Muslim-led and Muslim-majority country.

      • Sorry having to repeat this comment here – it was wrongly placed earlier on:

        Following what Haba said above, below is what can be hit back even during fasting month:

        Joshua Neoh, a Malaysia-born lecturer with the Australian National University said at a seminar in Subang Jaya that Malaysia’s constitution is worded in “double speak” and differing narratives, which enabled both Muslims and non-Muslims to back up their respective legal arguments in the “Allah” dispute.

        The current tussle over the word “Allah” is due to an “internal contradiction” in the Federal Constitution, said he.

        I would like to say “Balls” to the fellow.

        Doesn’t he know that where there is a specific clause, especially high up in the order of things like in Article 3 of the Constitution, stating “Islam is the religion of the Federation”, it overrides the general clauses on freedom, equality etc. Otherwise, why the hell put in such clauses like on Islam and on the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak?

        Like freedom to practice other religions “in harmony”. Sure other religions may be practiced, but the religion of Islam has to be practiced, respected and treated like stated in Article 3 and all other laws enacted in pursuit of Article 3 – “the religion of the Federation”, and therefore has precedence over other religions which are not even mentioned by name. Said so by a former Appeal Court Judge, Dato Mohd Noor.

        What he stupidly and seditiously calls “double speak” are actually made clear in the laws that are enacted pursuant to the Articles concerned, like in Article 3 on Islam and in Article 153 on the Special Position.

        Neoh stupidly pointed out that the Federal Constitution guarantees the rights of a Malaysian to profess a religion of choice, yet at the same time, Muslims are not allowed to leave Islam. Doesn’t he respect the law on Muslims not allowed to leave Islam? What a nerd.

        And saying “Muslims can propagate to non-Muslims but not otherwise… Muslims cannot come out of Islam but non-Muslims can convert into Islam”, yet not saying whether the laws enacted by Parliament on the administration of Islam in this country are ultra vires the Constitution.

        Is he that stupid? I had thought all lecturers are clever. Not so, judging from the Neoh fellow.

      • The bloke is an anarchist. He was quoted by the Malaysian Insider as saying, “The court does not have the final word, the courts never have the final word in any Constitutional matter.”

        So, who does? He does? Crazy fellow.

        And nobody has heard his name before. The well-respected Malaysian Constitutional Law expert, Professor Emeritus Shad Saleem Faruqi, must be laughing at him.

  2. This “anti-Malay, anti-Islam party that caused the race riots of 1969” – DAP – is now stirring up emotions again. Started by the very man who was in charge of DAP at the time preceding, during and after the race riots in 1969 – Lim Kit Siang. Out of the blue, he wildly accused Tan Sri Muhyiddin’s call for “efforts to preserve inter-ethnic harmony” as a “threat” to bring on “13 May”.

    The son, current Secretary General and Penang Chief Minister, Lim Guan Eng, followed suit, provoking MCA and Gerakan by calling them “BN lackeys”. Then the Deputy Chief Minister II, Ramasamy, raised the stake, by challenging, worse than like a gangster, to “bring it on”.

    Just what kind of people are these? Why are they allowed to do so with impunity? I think a lot is due to DS Najib having removed the ISA, the Emergency Ordinance and the Restricted Residence Act, and talking about replacing the Sedition Act. These people have become emboldened.

    Perhaps it is understandable (though not condonable) of Lim Kit Siang, having involved in events leading to the 1969 race riots, having been ISA-ed at Kamuniting for a few years, and of Guan Eng, the acid- tongue fellow who was imprisoned in Kajang for nearly 2 years, but is Ramasamy trying to be a Karpal Singh, who talked even of suing the Registrar of Societies when DAP refused to provide the information required on the DAP CEC Re-Election that were complained on by many members?

    • Ramasamy battled Karpal Singh big time one time before, competing for leadership of the Indian community in Penang.

      Alas, Karpal is no more. And Ramasamy wants to battle some more. In nasy, seditious way this time. Gila fella talking about 13 May and saying “Bring it on.’

      Good that former CID Director TS Zaman Khan and one NGO made Police Reports against the Dep CM bloke 2 days ago, asking that Ramasamy be investigated under the Sedition Act. The pathetically poor specimen of a Dep CM. And a former Professor at that. Apa daaaaaaa.

      Oh my dear DS Najib, please don’t remove the Sedition Act. People already talking of resigning from UMNO if you do that. The PERKASA Sec Gen, an UMNO member, has even been reported by the media of going to do so if you remove the Sedition Act.

      • Halahhhh india sorang nak jadi seperti Bush dulu ketika dia hantar troop ke iraq. Perkataan ni laa Bush semak tu ckp.

  3. TS Muhyiddin merely said –

    “Malaysia could see another bloody incident if no efforts were made to preserve interethnic harmony, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said in a report published by Utusan Malaysia.”

    And the above was a report by a pro-Opposition so-called news portal. He did not even use the words “13 May” – those were interpreted and added by Utusan in their report.

    Instead of making some effort to promote inter-ethnic harmony, the DAP fellows exploit it, turn it around, to make the rakyat hate the Malays and the government. Yet it was the DAP members and supporters who caused the 13 May race riots.

    It shows the extent these DAP leaders go to exploit situations, to twist and spin, to spread hate and instigate the public, in their anti-Malay and anti-Islam attempts to put down the Malay-led government that has been democratically elected in the country.

    They must be damned and condemned, endlessly, to prevent them ever reaching Putrajaya. There will be endless riots if they are allowed to do so.

  4. The problem is there are Malays who are supporting them that is making them very big headed. They are in fact so confident that if MAY 13 were to occur its going to be between the MALAYS. The person responsible for all these is just not bothered what is going to happen to the MALAYS or the country as long as he can have his revenge. Puas hati dia.What I dont understand is why is it taking so long to put him away

    • Nak tunjukkan liberal konon, tak mahu hantam the fellow on as many sodomy charges as I think could be preferred against the bloke.

      It’s an open secret that top Opposition politicians are watched to ensure they don’t sell the country like the bloke has already tried to do in terms of arranging for Neocons, Jews and Zionists sending money to NGOs supporting him. Like the Sodomy I charge, he was observed to have gone to the places concerned, meeting those sodomized, and the CCTV recordings might even have shown some unusual acts except the actual sex acts.

      No such thing and only propaganda by them of Malays’ May 13 – only throwing of plastic chairs among the PKR factions so far!

      Those fellows should read the White Paper and be informed that the DAP kind won’t treat them as buddies in a May 13 situation.

      • Anwar is getting more and more desperate. He’s going to prison, his ‘Kajang Move” failed, he got a prison sentence instead, had to put his wife as the Kajang candidate.

        Now dia sure mau lagi jadi MB Selangor, the so-called gateway to Putrajaya. Cilaka Khalid (sorry, borrowing the bugger DAP ADUN Ayer’s word), don’t want to follow his wishes, don’t want to resign or step down. Once dia masuk penjara, nobody cares about promoting the meek wife Azizah to be Selangor MB.

        Then, when in prison, Anwar won’t be able to tell the MB what to do and not to do. So, Khalid’s intransigence will continue.

        What’s the connection with defending Islam? The whole lot. Because Anwar allows the enemies of Islam to try and topple the legitimately elected Muslim-led government of this country. Not sure if it’s sinful having nasty thoughts but I don’t mind Anwar following Karpal Singh’s way.

        Have a good day, every one.

  5. One thing I’m not smiling and will not be smiling about is Ambiga’s Negara Ku.

    Why the hell is she using the title of the national anthem for an anti-national political programme? Surely there are laws that prohibit doing such things.

    And who says it’s not anti-national? She is whipping up the rakyat’s sentiment against the Government and wanting to topple it by other means than through the ballot boxes.

    Ambiga is a lawyer and should know the law? But she even organized and carried out Bersih 2.0 without Police permit. The Peaceful Assembly Act came into existence only just before Bersih 3.0. Even so, it required informing the Police such things as the date, time and place and she showed intransigence in insisting to hold the rally at Stadium Merdeka. She should have been hauled in, charged and imprisoned for her role in Bersh 2.0.

    What is her purpose in doing these things without forming or registering a political entity? Wanting cheap publicity? Without the responsibility of filing applications to the Registrar of Societies, submitting reports of activities and complying with the rules and regulations? Why is she allowed to carry on with impunity?

    She should be constantly observed and acted upon the moment she does not comply strictly with the PAA from now on.

    • MSN Malaysia News says

      “Within days of its formation, the Negara-Ku movement has already come under attack from three sides: the Islamist group Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma), Malay rights group Perkasa and Malay daily Utusan Malaysia.”

      Ambiga says she has 68 NGOs behind her, of course not revealing Anwar Al Juburi being smack behind her and will come out openly later, like in the case of Bersih.

      But each one of those “three sides” has over 100 NGOs under their wings. So maybe 500 NGOs already shitting Ambiga’s Negara Ku now.

    • Hahaha, this is another case for smiles and laughter –

      Ibrahim Ali wants to “date” Ambiga for the sake of national unity.

      Perkasa president Datuk Ibrahim Ali took a dig today at the newly formed Negara-Ku, saying he wanted to “date Ambiga to exchange views in the interest of national integration.”

      “Where is the democracy and basic human rights that Ambiga champions? I hope one day, I am able to date Ambiga,” said Ibrahim in a statement today.

      He added he was willing to change his name to “Samyhim”, if that was what it took to allow Perkasa to become a part of the Negara-Ku, he joked. In turn, he suggested Ambiga change her name to “Aminah” to begin the process of national integration.

      Ibrahim said he also wanted his name changed to Ah Him, to avoid criticism from the DAP and the Bar Council.

      “To the DAP and the president of the Bar Council, please do not condemn me anymore because I have long changed my name from Ibrahim Ali to ‘Ah Him’. “I did this as a sacrifice to fulfil their desires,” said Ibrahim sarcastically.

      Ibrahim also asked DS Najib to reshuffle the National Consultative Council members, as it has ill intentions. He said the Malay members of the NUCC were blind to the fact that they are being used.

      He suggested that PAS central committee member Dr Mujahid change his name to “Muntahik” for wanting Perkasa and Isma to be outlawed.

  6. To day is Nuzul Al Qur’an, the commemoration of the revelation of the Holy Qur’an. It is very fitting for us Muslims to speak in defence of Islam and to promote Islamic values. And to whack the anti-Islam DAP, which is allowable even in the fasting month.

    As all Malays are Muslims, being anti-Malays also means anti-Muslims and anti-Islam. It is common knowledge, and it has become the standard phraseology, that “DAP is both anti-Malay and anti-Islam and they caused the race riots of 1969”. It needs endless repeating until DAP is no more or until they change their mentality and racist, seditious attitude.

    DAP is clearly anti-Malay. They picked up the Maha Chauvinist and racist Lee Kuan Yew’s so-called Malaysian Malaysia slogan, wanting equality without simultaneously acknowledging the Special Position of the Malays and the Bumiputeras of Sabah and Sarawak. In so doing they are subverting that Malay and Bumiputera Special Position and the Constitution of the country that spells it out under Article 153.

    DAP is also anti-Islam. DAP Vice-President Teresa Kok even complained about the azan, the morning call to the Muslim prayer, completely ignoring the Constitution Article 3 stating “Islam is the religion of the Federation”. DAP CEC (illegal, not recognized by RoS since 2012) member Jeffry Ooi and others had meetings with Christian clergy at the Red Rock Hotel in Penang a year or so ago proposing that Christian be made one of the “official religions” of the country. Ridiculous. Incongruous. Even seditious. Clearly going against the Constitution Article 3 which clearly states the position of Islam. Doing anything contradicting Article 3 clearly shows they are anti-Islam.

    Many DAP members and supporters have “become” Evangelical Christians, the kind that differ from the original Christians – the Roman Catholics. They are not within the control of the Pope and I wonder if the Roman Catholic Archbishop in this country even has any influence on the Evangelicals. One such Evangelical headed a Church in Petaling Jaya but announced he was going to New York to meet his boyfriend and thereafter get married in California – he was a gay priest. Catholicism does not allow ordinary marriages among their clergy, let alone gay marriages.

    Muslims have therefore always to be on the alert to the anti-Islam activities of the Christians – especially the Evangelicals – and denounce them each and every time such is detected or found to be taking place. The DAP is among the vocal blokes on the use of the Kalimah Allah, despite the recent Federal Court decision.


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