My family were invited to a talk about home-schooling at an event organised by KAM, ‘Sembang Santai Home-Schooling’ in Shah Alam yesterday.
Apart from my parents, my elder sisters Aiman Amani and Aeshah Adlina, I was also called to talk on the stage.
Nobody told me that I was going to give a speech, so when I was called to the stage, I was rather surprised.
But as it was my second public speech, I was not that nervous except for the fact that my heart was thumping.
I gave a speech about something that really matters to me, the true definition of Freedom of Speech in Malaysia as written in Article 10 of the Federal Constitution, the four sensitive issues and the Sedition Act.
To my surprise, during the Question and Answer Session, there are lots of questions that were directed to me.
Most of the questions were a bit hard to be answered since I was half nervous because I never thought that the participants would address their questions to me and that I’ve never thought of some of the things that were asked.
However, I tried my best to answer all of them.
It was a proud moment for me when someone who stood up to ask me two questions told the audience that he has been reading my blog.
Abang Mohd Hanif, who has actually been following my blog is also a blogger and I’m glad to get to know another wonderful and more experienced blogger.
During the program, I really enjoyed the wonderful Qasidah that was performed by the delegates from Terengganu.
My sisters and I also performed two songs, Alhamdulillah by Dawud Wharnsby Ali and Khalifah Song, which we only had a day to practice.
I really wished that my father had told us earlier about it so that we can have more time to practice.
Right after the program was over, a lot of people started to crowd around me to take pictures with me 🙂
I really enjoyed the program and the chance to meet so many wonderful people and I hope that I can meet them again.
I want to thank KAM for giving me a chance to share my ideas.
It is a good way to for me to learn on how to express my ideas in front of other people and to answer unexpected questions spontaneously which are very important to me in pursuing my ambition to become a lawyer and a politician.
Please click the photos for larger images:
Please watch the video of Tan Sri Muhyiddin’s speech on Article 10 of the Federal Constitution : “Muhyiddin: Tiada Pihak Boleh Persoalkan Pembentukan Negara Malaysia (Video)”.
The opposition parties are very busy complaining about everything that they can think of instead of working to solve the problems in Selangor, Penang and Kelantan.
Now they and some human rights activists are fighting for a total freedom of speech because they want to be free to say everything they wish, including matters related to sensitive issues such as the Federal Constitution, the Royal Institution and others.
Like when Lim Kit Siang humiliate the Khutbah Jumaat that reminded the Muslims of the Surah Al-Baqarah: verse 120.
Tony Pua also humiliated JAKIM’s Khutbah Jumaat (about Valentine’s day.)
Hannah Yeoh went against the Sultan of Selangor’s decree on Allah issue as well as Selangor Non-Islamic Religions (Control of Propagation Among Muslims) Enactment 1988, and Article 11(4) of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.
PAS’s Wan Ji made lots of rude statements against the teaching of Islam, Islamic authorities and the Royal Institution.
And lots of human rights activists do not respect the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.
They use Article 10 of the Federal Constitution as the reason why they are free to say anything they wish; claiming that Article 10 Clause 1 (a) granted them total freedom of speech’.
Article 10 Clause 1 (a) says:
“every citizen has the right to freedom of speech and expression”
Is it true that the Article 10 of the Federal Constitution gives us a total freedom of speech?
No, because Article 10 of the Federal Constitution says:
“10. (1) Subject to Clauses (2), (3) and (4)—
(a) every citizen has the right to freedom of speech and expression;”
That means Article 10 (1) of the Federal Constitution is subjected to Clauses (2), (3) and (4).
And Clause 2 (a) of the Article 10 says:
“Parliament may by law impose— on the rights conferred by paragraph (a) of Clause (1), such restrictions as it deems necessary or expedient in the interest of the security of the Federation or any part thereof, friendly relations with other countries, public order or morality and restrictions designed to protect the privileges of Parliament or of any Legislative Assembly or to provide against contempt of court, defamation, or incitement to any offence;”
So, the oppositions and human rights activists who support them, only use Article 10 (1) (a) and purposely ignore Article 10 (1) which says that the article is subjected to Clauses (2), (3) and (4).
That means, they just skipped the part of the article that says there are restrictions to freedom of speech.
That is wrong because we cannot use only a part of an article of the Federal Constitution and skip the rest of the article as we wish.
They did the same when they refer to Article 11 (1) of the Federal Constitution by purposely leaving the part saying, “subject to Clause (4), to propagate it”.
Anyway, freedom of speech that they are fighting for is only a total freedom for them to say what ever they want but not for others.
Does Anwar respect freedom of speech if he wanted to sue the reporter who asked him a question that he is not happy with?
Another example is the issue between the Chief Minister of Penang, Lim Guan Eng and PAS’s Nasruddin Hassan Tantawi.
Is freedom of speech respected by people who always talk about freedom of speech in the above examples?
I am tired of the opposition’s tactics to destroy the stability of our country with the help of those human rights activists who support them.
They must look at themselves before telling others what to do.
They are worse than ‘the pot calling the kettle black’?
DAP’s MP of Petaling Jaya Utara, Tony Pua Kiam Wee made a very silly statement in his Facebook page.
On Friday, February 14, 2014, JAKIM’s Friday sermon talked about why Muslims must not celebrate Valentine’s day.
Look at what Tony Pua wrote:
From what he wrote, he clearly try to mock JAKIM especially by writing:
“Oh no. I feel so unclean and immoral now I might just burn in hell.”
May be Tony Pua does not know that Friday sermons are read in the mosques and to be addressed to the Muslims and not to the non-Muslims like him.
Is it fair for a Malaysian politician like Tony Pua to mock other people’s religion especially Islam which is the religion of the Federation?
DAP always talks about Article 11(3) of the Federal Constitution and now what is Tony Pua’s right to interfere with another religion which is not his?
Freedom of Speech?
What would he say if a Muslim politician from UMNO make such an open rude statements to make fun of his religion?
On top of that, Tony Pua had clearly humiliate Article 3(1) of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia that says:
“Islam is the religion of the Federation; but other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation.”