Is Malaysia actually “negara haram”?
You know what, in term of machiavellian politics. Umno is the best. And now the cheating stage, be it with religious or others. Just name it.
First they don’t allow the rally, then persuade, “ini bukan budaya kita”. The rally went on and now they cheat, by issuing fatwa, a religious decree.
The statement from Muftis
Mufti Wilayah Persekutuan Datuk Wan Zahidi Wan Teh berkata perbuatan menderhaka kepada pemerintah adalah satu dosa besar berdasarkan dalil daripada Al Quran dan Sunnah.
Mufti Perak Datuk Seri Harussani Zakaria - kewajipan rakyat mentaati titah sultan.
Now the Ulama Council
Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan dalam mesyuarat kali ke-99 telah membuat keputusan bahawa rally Bersih dan demonstrasi itu adalah haram.
So they said. Seriously I mean, the wise men had spoken.
Their head sure, almost all of them, covered by nice turban. And the knowledge in their possession is incomparable to anyone else in Malaysia. They are the ulamak, the umarak. The heirs of the prophet.
In short, they are the best of the best.
Only them know the best interpretation of The Book, the hadith and all kitab al-muktabars.
So the decree goes, rally is haram, forbidden in Islam. And then, come all the questions.
If it is now haram, was it haram too in the past?
Because in the period 1946 - 57 there were massive rallies staged by Umno and others, on various purposes such as to oppose Malayan Union, struggle for independence, etc.
So the rallies were haram too.
Isn’t it haram to oppose the authority?
British was the real, legal authority at the time. So real that even Sultans recognized them, and heavily dependent on them.
So there were the haram rallies by British subjects of Malaya for a start, on a haram purpose definitely.
Can a haram beget becomes halal?
The rallies, the haram, among other things, produces Malaysia. Our country.
So is Malaysia actually “negara haram”?
Written By kadayan chronicles on Friday, 11 May 2012 | 18:11