(I) Politician who won Parliament seat on PAS ticket
Please scrutinize Ibrahim Ali’s statement quoted below:
“Stressing that he was not instigating communal tension, the Pasir Mas MP insisted that it was the only way to stop non-Muslims from stirring the sensitivities and sentiments of the majority of population in the country.”
(II) Prize catch who was awarded senate seat by DAP
Tunku Aziz is the former DAP vice chairman. He has very strongly advised Lim Guan Eng to stop stirring the hornet’s nest.
How has Tunku Aziz’s advice been received? How has he been publicly treated?
(III) The pious who sit in the PAS Majlis Syura
Ibrahim Ali insists that his inflammatory call – which is undoubtedly a dangerous incitement – is the only way to stop the non-Muslims from persisting in their crusade.
It has now become a tussle with a sole either-or outcome: ‘Yes’, can use kalimah Allah in the Malay bible or ‘No’, cannot use kalimah Allah in the Malay bible.
The operative word here is “the only way”. Aren’t there other ways aside from the Ibrahim Ali way?
Can Mursyidul Am TG Nik Aziz decree another path to take?
According to Tunku Aziz, ordinary Muslims have drawn a line in the sand. How does Tuan Guru Hadi Awang, Ustaz Nik Muhamad Zawawi and the rest of the PAS esteemed council members propose that this line be enforced?
When we reject and condemn Ibrahim Ali’s incendiary method, we must be able to put on the table a peaceful alternative since the former PAS MP claims that his violent method is “the only way to stop non-Muslims”.
Can Ustaz Tuan Ibrahim propose something? Because if the non-Muslims fail to be stopped, then Muslim sentiments in the country might erupt just like Ibrahim Ali predicts. The track record of firebombings in 2010 is an indication.
What do the rest of the Pakatan religious luminaries say about this telur di hujung tanduk?
(1) Ustaz Nasha (2) Tuan Guru Harun Taib. (3) Ustaz Ahmad Yaakob. (4) YAB the Menteri Besar of Kedah Ustaz Azizan. (5) Dr Mahfodz. (6) Ustaz Muhammed Daud. (7) Ustaz Nasrudin [this concert-banning ustaz to be differentiated from his namesake Ustaz Nasharudin]. (8) Ustaz Zaharudin. (9) Ustaz Hashim Jasin. (10) Ustaz Abdul Halim Abdul Rahman. And (11) Ustazah Nadzirah (12) Ustazah Wardah.
The names above make up a round dozen. Can this charmed circle, between all the 12 of them, tell us one way to halt the pro-Christian agitation?
Their group consensus, after all, is adamant refusal to permit Christians the use of kalimah Allah. Hence they must state clearly to the ummah their proposed course of action. They cannot allow Ibrahim Ali to seize the initiative.
(IV) ‘1man’ who sits in no official government chair
At the same Perkasa event where Ibrahim Ali made his fiery call, the movement’s patron saint Dr Mahathir Mohamed had taken the floor as well.
He called for an RCI on the granting of one million Malayan citizenships in the late 1950s.
(V) Our Lady of Jerusubang who sits at God’s table
Without naming names, Christian saintress Hannah Yeoh accuses “1man” of being willing to tear our nation apart.
This kalimah Allah issue can rightly be said to have split Malaysia into two halves — the Yes-can and the No-cannot school of thought.
She throws the ball into the court of MCA and MIC, asking them to stop the “1man” from tearing our nation apart.
Aiyah, the Mother of All Evangelistas mustn’t pass the buck lah. Cannot she herself offer a concrete suggestion to prevent our nation being torn apart?
Because if Mama, Papa and the rest of their Pakatan cohorts are unable to indicate any other way, Ibrahim Ali might just succeed in get some hotheads to light the bonfire.