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Tony Pua Hina Khutbah Jumaat?
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.”
Apart from mocking Islam, Tony Pua also failed to understand the phrase, “other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation”.
A very senior lawyer, Uncle Naser Disa says “other religions may be practised in peace and harmony in any part of the Federation” means that people from other religions must practise their religions in peace and harmony with others from different religions especially Islam, which is the religion of the Federation of Malaysia.
Is Tony Pua proud of mocking other people’s religion?
But what about his integrity?
Well, may be integrity means nothing to him.
I wonder if Hannah Yeoh will call Tony Pua a racist?
Is Malaysia The New World Power?
On Sunday morning, January 19, 2014 the opposition leader, Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim was denied entry into Japan at the Narita Airport in Tokyo.
He wrote in his Facebook that he was told to board the first flight back home or face deportation.
And as usual, he blamed the Malaysian government as he wrote in the last paragraph:
“In this regard, I demand an explanation from the Malaysian Minister of Foreign Affairs, in particular, as to what role Wisma Putra has played in this scandalous episode in respect of the so-called “latest report” that has purportedly led to my being forcibly evicted from Japan.”
Without thinking, other opposition leaders started to not only blamed the Malaysian government but also humiliated the Japanese government.
PKR Youth members staged a protest led by Youth chief Shamsul Iskandar Mohd Akin outside the Japanese embassy and handed a memorandum of protest to the Japanese Ambassador Shigeru Nakamura, calling for an explanation on the incident.
The Star reported that PKR’s Youth chief said:
“We strongly believe that the Japan Government’s actions were extraordinary, unwarranted and violates Article 13 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights,” said the Bukit Katil MP. “I fully agree that his was politically motivated. We would like to known who is updating them on the case against Anwar, because he was allowed to enter the country before without issues.” – The Star.