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However, we believe that he is well aware that not saying anything would not let him away from being responsible for all the negative impacts the message had given to rakyat.
Efforts from the media, especially Utusan Malaysia to expose the stories where through the message, relationships were broken when supporters start calling their own family members as kafir. It is because this message is not a small matter which can easily be solved.
Besides, this is the matter of 'debt' where Hadi Awang owe those who were involved, with an apology at least.
Especially when Nik Aziz urged Hadi to defend his message and to never take it back unlike what was Ulama told him to do.
In other words, Nik Aziz is asking Hadi to confirm the fact that UMNO members are kafir and those who held on to the message are right, and that Hadi does not need to apologize to anyone.
It is weird when Nik Aziz claim that we are afraid to face Hadi. How can we face him if he is not around? We are tired of calling him.
Whatever it is, we need to think positively. We know that such 'Grand Ulama' like Hadi is never a coward. Perhaps he has no time to respond to the media. We should understand the attitude of of celebrity-Ulama like Hadi himself.
Hadi however, would need to answer all the questions which has been going around. It might not be that hard for him to explain things considering Nik Aziz had already given the 'tips' to the answer when he said 'Yes, to PAS, UMNO is kafir.
Thus, if Hadi want to keep quiet, it is clear that PAS still defend its 1981 Message which turns all UMNO members to kafir, until the end of time. This is what PAS members would have to bear as long as the party is led by people like Hadi Awang and Nik Aziz.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Kelantan Land Issue: PAS Supporters Fail To Understand Between Letter Of Support And Letter To Transfer Land
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Karpal Singh, DAP’s chairman had outrightly, openly and stressed that PKR de facto chief Anwar Ibrahim would be PM.
However, PAS secretary-general Mustapa Ali, who attended the convention (wonder why PAS president Abdul Hadi Wang and spiritual chief Nik Aziz Nik Mat did not attend) said who would be PM would be discussed after the general election.
His reason was that the election had yet to be held and no one knows who would win or lose.
Thus, the ‘verbal war’ began again and this time, it would not be just a ‘war’ between leaders but this ‘war’ is going down to the grassroots.
PAS grassroots, who are fundamentalists, have been fighting and struggling to have a place in Malaysia’s political landscape and their support have been on the ups and downs, Malaysians still see them as very, very fundamentalism.
However, at present, Malaysians see PAS as somewhat moderate but adamant to imposed Islamic laws that would see the true fundamentalism out like what is happening in Kelantan right now.
Hudud laws meant only for Muslims are imposed on non-Muslims which has now become the ‘thorn in the flesh’ for DAP as the Chinese supporters called on the party to defend them while PAS does not listen and does not care less.
Mustapa’s reply was logical of course and rational too, but the reality is PAS does not want Anwar or any other person. The party has decided Abdul Hadi should and would be PM regardless of DAP or PKR agreement or not.
It is very simple as far as PAS is concern and of course, Karpal and DAP are just being hypocrite about the whole matter.
PAS knows the true Anwar and PAS is not for him to be a leader as Islam does not allow such a person who has doubts on his credibility and integrity to become leader.
DAP believes the same thing but for this time and purpose, thinking the tsunami wind is still blowing, DAP threw away its principles just to win at federal level, a dream the party has been living with the past 50 years.
PAS is following Islam in choosing a leader – a person whose image is unquestionable – no way that Anwar is their pick.
Of course, this criteria differs when come to a person of their ‘clan’ or the party leader. PAS, as usual will have all the verses and whatever from the Holy Quran or hadiths (sayings of the Prophet) to back their stand.
So DAP and PAS will have a ‘war’ from now until the general election and this ‘war’ is about personality – about Anwar Ibrahim – a man who wants to be PM regardless what happens and at what cost.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Utusan Malaysia today revealed on the logging issue in Kedah which is getting worse. This issue has been revealed by alternative media such as blogs and websites a long time ago, but it was ignored by Kedah state government, or even any PR leaders. As for PR supporters, they think that the expose was just another accusation even though some of the stories had pictures to prove the issue. That is why, it is not surprising if the stories published by Utusan Malaysia, complete with pictures, would still be perceived as BN's accusation to tarnish the image of PAS Kedah government and PR as a whole. Even if anyone accept the news, they would only tackle the matter by saying that the problem was triggered by BN, a standard excuse given by PAS Kedah government to respond towards all the issues in the state. Being too busy in blaming others, the logging issue in Kedah is not just unsettled, it gets even worse by the day and it might end up being disastrous. This is confirmed by experts through tests and evaluations brought by the Department of Environment. Few of the disasters expected to hit Kedah include mud floodings in huge scales, even bigger than what happened in Sik, Kedah back in 2010, which hit six villages - a news which was never published by Harakah, PAS's official media. Besides that, another disaster would be water quality, due to heavy logging activities, mining as well as sand digging, at catchment areas which contaminates water in the dam. As of now, the rate of turbidity at catchment in Kedah is at 8,000 - 18,600 Nephelometrik Turbidity Unit (NTU), way passes the normal rate which is 50 NTU, for catchment areas, and 1,000 NTU for rivers, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). However, Ustaz Azizan stressed that the issue was triggered by BN government and he does not have any jurisdiction to solve it. The question is, is that true? His political aide, Sanusi Md. Noor, responded to this matter in his blog around August 2011 by saying,"logging activities was approved during JHB meeting in August 25, 2005 and November 9, 2005, during BN's era as state government. The cutting down license was the final process in the logging process after the approval was passed. Prior to receiving logging license, the arroved areas should be through the process of bordering, tree tagging, waterways evaluation and other technical aspects. After all of those requirements fulfilled, then the logging license will be released by the forestry department. I have mentioned that the process between the approval and logging would take years. So for this area, it took five years before any trees can be chopped off." However, prior to the notice, on January 3, 2010, Harakahdaily reported how Azizan managed to raise income in logging through an open tender system. According to record, 10 companies received logging license from the government through this 'open tender system', but until today, Azizan has never mentioned on how big is the size of the project. The fact is, the process of rewarding license given by the forestry department as well as the environment department only takes six month. That is why, the response given by Azizan's aide who said that the process takes five years is surprising. And according to record, since Dato’ Seri Syed Razak and Dato’ Mahadzir Khalid became Kedah CM, no logging license were released at catchment areas. It was rewarded for Rimba Teloi but logging activities were made even before Beris Dam was built and it was a controlled logging. But what is happening to Kedah now is no longer controlled as logs that are still small are being chopped off as well. Generally, rakyat in Kedah are aware that their CM often ignore issues of the state. Kedah's audit report is enough to prove that their CM do not know anything where projects worth hundreds of millions are approved without his knowledge. It is as if in Kedah, everyone, no matter what post they are in, can do things as they wish. From there, Utusan Malaysia's report today should be taken seriously by Azizan. He can no longer point fingers to anyone, not to BN or even PAS itself. He should find the solution to his issue. Moreover, he cannot deny that he did threatened to continue with logging activities around catchment areas if the central government refuses to pay for the annual RM100 million compensation. Thus, rakyat of Kedah should really know who their leader really is - whether Azizan really do not know anything or he simply ignore things. Rakyat should make the right decision in choosing their state government for the coming GE so that the state would not end up covered in mud. But before all that, they should find ways to wake Azizan up, so that he would settle state issues instead of working for the coming election.
DAP's National Convention was heavily criticized when Malay leaders, including those who have fought with the party for decades, did not get any place for DAP's Central Executive Committee (CEC). Being all proud by saying that they are a multi-racial party and fights for 'equal rights', this matter only proves how racist the party really is. DAP however, tried to defend themselves by saying that the result of the election is democratic and it should be well accepted by everyone and that they are not racist as they accept members from various races. Even a few PAS and PKR supporters defend DAP by accusing BN for being more racist for segregating races according to component parties. It seems that this gang of PR has fail to understand the basic ideology of politics in all parties in Malaysia, including their own parties. UMNO, MCA and MIC are different parties, but they work under one roof, Barisan Nasional. Three of these parties often move as one, under the same leadership and they hold onto the same mission based on mutual understanding and racial tolerance which was reached during our Independence. However, DAP rejects the concept of tolerance, as well as the constitution where they only fight to change Malaysia to be a Secular Country so that they could abolish Bumiputera rights, two of the most important things for Malay Muslims. All of those are being put into a concept known as Malaysian-Malaysia. They are saying that through the aspiration, Malaysians would then really unite and rakyat would accept a non-Malay Prime Minister. If we are to see this in a glance, the ambition does seem clean. But if we are to really look into their records and their fights, it is obvious that they are not really fighting for a Malaysian-Malaysia where everyone gets equal rights. Instead, they are fighting for the Chinese, so that they could dominate the economy, as well as the country's politics, in total. Their reluctance to segregate all races through vernacular schools, their refusal to acknowledge the National language, rejecting tradition wear in Dewan Undangan Negeri only because it has elements of Malay Muslim, they even seem reluctant to acknowledge Malay Royals, which only prove their real intention. All of these can be seen through the discussions made through their NGOs and their supporters from social networking sites. Even though DAP kept on denying all the claims, their chauvinistic, racist and kiasu mindset can clearly be seen from the way they rule Penang. The history of May 13 showed how DAP really think of Malays. All the hate chants of wanting to chase out Malays, wanting to take over Tanah Melayu, DAP is trying their best to wipe off those bad things from this country's history. Denying all of the claims only to show that DAP is not racist would not mean a thing if the Chinese kept on being all kiasu. This Malaysian-Malaysia democracy style which is inspired by Guan Eng would also not mean a thing as long as the party is being controlled by families and friends of an iron-fist dynasty. That is why, it is a tragic to see those Malays who still look up to DAP even though it is clear that DAP do not even care about them.