Thursday, June 20, 2013

Do we have to involve God in the election?

We fully condemn statements made by a few BN or PR leaders that say God is the reason why the PR lost the 13th General Election.For those who are oblivious on this particular issue, we would like to inform you that this issue is brought up by PAS President, Datuk Seri Abd Hadi Awang and later by Kota Belud MP, Datuk Ahmad Dahalan.
In our point of view, the process that involves facts and numbers is clearly in the hands of human beings and we cannot see how can the action of human beings is related to God’s will.
Thus, we agree fully with Serdang MP, Teo Nie Ching who came out and denied the involvement of God the last election result. Plus, with all of these lies and scandals issues tainted the 13th general election. It is an act of us human and does not have anything to do with God.
In another note, the statement made by Teo Nie Ching is clearly against the teaching of Islam, a faith that is professed by majority of Malaysian. Islam believes that everything that happens in this world is the will of God, but from another point of view, the belief is actually more towards protecting the ‘image’ of God itself.
We also believe that Muslims or non-Muslims alike, wants to see the ‘image’ and the concept of God is related to good things. The existence of bad elements must not be associated with God in any way or form.
For bad reference and imagery, almost all religion uses the Satan and the Devil as the adversary, corrupter and human’s eternal foe.
Both of these entities will preach all that is bad and wicked that can be done by human beings in this world. Election fraud must not be associated with God in any way.
To ensure that God will not be used as a reason for the loss of the Pakatan Rakyat in the last 13th General Election, they must show the facts and proofs that there is fraud in the election fast.
PKR Strategic Director, Rafizi Ramli was given the task to resolve the issue must act fast to present the poof, effectively before the Blackout rally that will be held on the 22nd of June 2013 in Padang Merbok, Kuala Lumpur.

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