Evangelista licik memurtadkan orang Islam

December 24, 2013 at 11:55 am 45 comments

Sejak dua menjak ini, evangelista sudah memandai-mandai mengajar Islam kepada orang Melayu.

Blogger JMD (Jebat Must Die) mendedahkan bagaimana evangelista makin licik dalam usaha mereka mendakwah secara tipu dan berselindung — baca ‘Worshiping Jesus in Islam‘.

Isma sudah banyak membongkar kaedah pintu belakang yang digunakan evangelista.

Akan tetapi Perdana Menteri pula melantik evangelista Wong Chun Wai (CEO The J-Star) menjadi pemegang amanah GMM, Global Movement of Moderates, iaitu pet project konsultan Najib Razak yang berbilion-bilion ringgit itu.

Desmond Tutu

Rujuk, Kalimah Allah alat kristianisasi– Ustaz Fauzi Asmuni

Politikus evangelista DAP pandai memperalatkan unsur-unsur budaya dan agama dalam gerakan dakwah mereka.

Contohnya, sampul merah angpow yang diedarkan Hannah Yeoh semasa sambutan perayaan Tahun Baru Cina dicetak dengan ayat Bible.

Penyokong-penyokong Puan Speaker turut memberi alasan bahawa tabiat pemakaian tudung Hannah Yeoh bukan untuk mengaburi mata masyarakat Melayu. Kata si Dapster, politikus evangelista DAP sebenarnya memakai tudung kerana mereka mewarisi budaya kuli Cina, konon.

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Hannah Yeoh bertudung bertandang ke majlis-majlis orang Melayu

Dapster mendakwa bahawa wanita Cina pendatang pada zaman dahulu – yang bekerja sebagai penoreh getah, pembersih bijih timah dan membuat kerja-kerja berat mengangkat batu dalam sektor pembinaan – terpaksa memakai tudung juga.

Kalimah Allah masih digunakan Kristian di S’gor

Kerajaan perlu tegas pertahan kalimah Allah‘ (Utusan, 23 Dis 2013)

Masih tidak endah larangan‘ (Utusan, 23 Dis 2013)

Khalid in X'mas mood with Elizabeth Wong and Teresa Kok

Khalid Ibrahim bertemankan Elizabeth Wong dan Teresa Kok

“Rise up and take Selangor for Jesus”

Khalid Ibrahim tidur2Khalid Ibrahim adalah Menteri Besar Selangor yang paling mesra Kristian berbanding mana-mana MB yang lain. Di bawah Khalid, program rasmi Krismas dijalankan secara besar-besaran di negerinya.

Khalid juga MB yang suka tidur.

MB Mem Besar – Puan Speaker DAP yang duduk tempat No.2 dalam hierarki kerajaan negeri Selangor – adalah kuasa di sebalik taktha.

Hannah Yeoh juga evangelista yang tegar sekali.

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Twitter hannahyeoh Hubby & I both preaching in 2013-01-03 18-10-28

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DUMC: “Come and be blessed by our worship & a message by @hannahyeoh”

Bagi gereja-gereja evangelis, agama dan politik dicampur-adukkan.

DUMC ialah Damansara Utama Methodist Church yang ‘Dream Center’nya pernah diserbu MAIS.

Sementara itu, evangelista penyokong DAP adalah yang paling banyak menabur fitnah di merata-rata. Sesungguhnya mereka terlalu licik serta juara menanam tebu di tepi bibir.

DUMChannahSpeak

ATAS: Hannah Yeoh menggalakkan penglibatan Gereja DUMC dalam politik

Budak-budak Melayu didekati

Evangelista juga giat mendekati golongan belia dan remaja Melayu.

Malah kanak-kanak juga — lihat gambar bawah. Bebudak setahun jagung pun didedahkan kepada propaganda kerana DAP sekarang sudah menguasai sumber dan alat kerajaan-kerajaan negeri Pakatan.

Kata Hannah Yeoh, dia “believe in empowering the young”. Melentur buluh biarlah dari rebungnya.

HannahUiTM

Hannah Yeoh mendekati budak UiTM

Hannah Yeoh (hannahyeoh) on Twitter 2013-10-24 23-44-18

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  • 1. The International Jew  |  December 24, 2013 at 12:18 pm

    Well, I have said this before. These crooks are leading your community into serious trouble. Although they are the ringleaders, the fact that your community willingly participate in this whole circus simply means that they too are guilty in this whole “adventure” as I shall put it.

    Your community, the 95% who voted for these crooks in the previous GE, this cohort is beyond salvation. I even have Chinese friends, who, like you, tried to talk your community into sense but sadly, they too, have been labelled as traitors, prostitutes and so on.

    A storm is coming.

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    • 2. sarah  |  December 24, 2013 at 12:43 pm

      Yeah TIJ. I too have a friends who’s trying to talk some senses to them but majority of this type of people refused to listen. When my try to push it some even said they are the pariah to their race (and when wost come to worst they beleived in race priority).

      ;lsarah

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      • 3. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2013 at 1:00 pm

        re: “they [the 5 percent Chinese who do not support DAP] are pariah to their race”

        Sarah,

        What the GREEDY evangelistas are doing, i.e. exploiting the Gospel so that they (DAP politicians) can get Gold and Glory for themselves, is disastrous for the Chinese in Malaysia.

        They are not helping the Chinese community at all. They are leading the Chinese over the cliff.

        What benefit have the Chinese gained from DAP being in power? Selangorians have pay Madam Speaker 3 times the salary paid to the previous Speaker. Business licence fees in S’gor are increased 400 percent. Cars fall into potholes and S’gor drivers have to fork out up to thousands of ringgit for repair.

        Everywhere in Selangor Darul Sampah is dirty. What the DAP has given S’gor and Penang, besides rubbish, are the bajungu squads on the streets and cyberterrorism on the Internet.

        Lim Kit Siang does not care about Chinese schools. See his reaction to the RM2.25 million given to SRJK(C)s during the recent Sg Limau by-election.

        What LKS and his DAP evangelistas are doing is causing the position of the Chinese schools to become precarious. Ever since the rise and rise of the DAP, the calls for the abolishment of vernacular schools has been getting louder and louder.

        The ringleaders of the biadab dished out 24/7 to Malays and Muslims are the evangelistas. But it is Chinese school kids that unfairly get the blame. I repeat: Tony Pua, Jeff Ooi, Ong Kian Ming, Lim Guan Eng, Lim Kit Siang and Hannah Yeoh did not go to Chinese school. They went mission school.

        Bottomline: DAP an-Nakba pembawa malapetaka bagi kaum Cina.

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        • 4. Corbulo  |  December 24, 2013 at 1:56 pm

          Everywhere in Johor also dirty, mah.

          When did you last take a look at the back lanes and side roads in JB?

          Or drive along JB roads pockmarked with potholes?

          Or face frequent water supply cuts, because “paip dah rosak”? This in JB, the “pearl” of the south!

          You want more? How about the ramshackle dilapidation of inner-city JB, for starters?

          Maybe you should take a straw poll to find out if JBites think that their MBJB and the Datuk Bandar are doing a good job, instead of doing a hatchet job on the Opposition!

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          • 5. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2013 at 2:07 pm

            Are you a frequenter of back lanes, Corbulo?

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            • 6. alwieabdullah  |  December 24, 2013 at 4:16 pm

              hahaha….corbulo and the back lane…..sure funny remarks la helen

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            • 7. Corbulo  |  December 25, 2013 at 11:36 am

              Cheap humour, Helen?

              Is that the best in repartee that you can come up with?

              It doesn’t say very much for your intellectual nous, does it?

              And why not answer my questions re JB? Aren’t they simple enough for your erudition?

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              • 8. Helen Ang  |  December 25, 2013 at 12:02 pm

                I replied you at the level which you deserve.

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          • 9. Ibni Ismail  |  December 24, 2013 at 3:27 pm

            Which part of of JB are you?

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            • 10. LOL  |  December 24, 2013 at 9:38 pm

              Lorong Dobi kut? ROTFL

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        • 11. LOL  |  December 24, 2013 at 9:42 pm

          Re. What benefit have the Chinese gained from DAP being in power? Selangorians have pay Madam Speaker 3 times the salary paid to the previous Speaker. Business licence fees in S’gor are increased 400 percent. Cars fall into potholes and S’gor drivers have to fork out up to thousands of ringgit for repair.

          Jalan lupa tol, elektrik, GST, Petrol pun semua kena bayar sama macam bangsa lain, tapi as a collective punishment……(fill in the blank)

          Re. What LKS and his DAP evangelistas are doing is causing the position of the Chinese schools to become precarious.

          Very very soon. Trust me, it just takes a spark to end it all and the MALAY UMNO GOMEN will not be as generous as Penyata MAGERAN.

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  • 12. berryaddict  |  December 24, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    Storm, indeed, is coming. And I’m coming with it!

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  • 13. Corbulo  |  December 24, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    Alamak, really, ah?

    Like that cannot invite my Malay-Muslim friends to my Christmas open house, mah?

    Because, hor, I have this subtle scheme to discreetly evangelise them over servings of fruit cake (got brandy or not, eh?), log cakes, cookies, chicken curry and prawn masala.

    Like that my Malay-Muslim neighbours cannot come out and watch when Christmas carollers visit my house? And applaud some more after the carols are sung? Wah lau, eh – this “evangelisation” very sneaky one, lah!

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    • 14. South Hill B Rat  |  December 24, 2013 at 1:34 pm

      Don’t be idiotic.

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    • 15. Ibni Ismail  |  December 24, 2013 at 3:35 pm

      My christian’s friends never invite me for any open house. Most of them take the opportunity of the christmas to have oversea’s vacation.. so good of you..

      Christmas carollers visit your house in JB ?
      and you invite your muslim’s neighbour to celebrate with you ?

      Wow!! i’m in Skudai and Tmn. Setia Tropika, which part of JB that you stay? Maybe we can visit you..

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      • 16. Corbulo  |  December 25, 2013 at 11:31 am

        That says something about you, doesn’t it?

        And in answer to your 2nd paragraph – the answer is “Yup. And why not?”

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  • 17. calvinsankaran  |  December 24, 2013 at 1:33 pm

    Helen, did you read the below? A love letter for you from another Dapter in baju kurung…

    http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/sideviews/article/an-open-letter-to-helen-ang-che-sapienza

    This is not the 1st letter BTW….Note that this person never existed just a few months before so obviously a newly created fake name.

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    • 18. Helen Ang  |  December 24, 2013 at 2:17 pm

      Calvin,

      The ‘Che’ does not refer to “Cik” (Malay for Miss). It’s like Che Guevara, I believe. Italian language. Italy, whose capital is Rome and enclosed within Rome is the Holy See (the smallest sovereign state in the world, Vatican City). In any case, there is a Sapienza University in Rome.

      How much “objectivity and basis” can the hatchet man Che Sapienza muster to lend any kind of credibility to his smear job?

      I’ll reproduce some extracts from Che Sapienza’s previous article titled ‘Liberty, equality and fraternity on July 9 – Che Sapienza’ in TMI (screenshot of page, here).

      In the article, that fella is talking about his/her experience at the Bersih 2.0 rally after “[h]aving come back to this country recently after having been away for more than 20 years”.

      Wow, how Malaysian! And in those 20 years aboard, did Che Sapienza even speak a word of Malay? (not likely unless he had been an expat in Indonesia or Brunei).

      Che Sapienza writes: “I was not familiar with the streets and did not quite know how to get to any of the pre-announced meeting points, i.e. Dataran Merdeka, Sogo Shopping Centre and Masjid Jamek Kampung Baru, on my own.”

      So the person is not even familiar with the capital city of Malaysia. And what else Malaysiana might he be unfamiliar with?

      Continuing his write-up, Che Sapienza says: “After 20 minutes into our walk, two young Malay men, tailed us and then boldly walked among us. … I was wondering if they were Umno Youth or Perkasa fighters who had been tipped off to shadow us.”

      So much for not wearing racial lens, eh? Che Sapienza had to specify that the two young men were Malay. Che Sapienza didn’t say ala Hannah Yeoh that they were Malaysians (not Indian, not Chinese, not Malay, etc)

      Next extract: “Don’t worry. I am from PAS,” he told me in clear and well pronounced English, his gentle voice at variance with his rough looks. ‘Oh, yes… of course. Thank you very much,’ I beamed at him. They were there to protect us.”

      Golly. Che Sapienza seems taken aback that PAS Malays are able to speak English!

      Next extract: “The largely Malay crowd which had gathered in the Masjid Jamek area just before 2pm … Malays freely came up to shake hands … several Malay women in Islamic head dress, both young girls and middle-aged women … some Malay men too asked to have their photographs taken with him”

      So much emphasis on ethnicity. It’s like this Che Sapienza is a rusa masuk kampung. Tak pernah berdampingan dengan orang Melayu, ke?

      Next extract: “The moment of truth soon arrived. No sooner had I hooked arms with an Indian and a Malay as part of a marching row”

      Again the emphasis on race (Indian and Malay new found comrades). Again, Che Sapienza ni seolah-olah tidak pernah bersemuka dengan orang India sebelum ni.

      Next extract: “A few minutes later, the largely Malay crowd cheered and made way for two women, one Indian and the other a Chinese (I think), to move from the back of the crowd …”

      Race, race, race — by a Firster bridge builder.

      Next extract: “a young Malay man, who ran past me with his eyes closed. I tapped his shoulder to stop him. I splashed some water on his face. In the next few seconds, I splashed water on three Malays and an Indian, all suffering from the ill-effects of tear gas.”

      More emphasis on race, race, race. You know that story about VIPs. If you’re an important Tan Sri walking into a posh restaurant, you don’t have to tell the waiter who you are. If you do find that you have to introduce your title, then you’re really not important (VIP) enough for them to recognise you.

      Well, it’s the same here. Che Sapienza’s profound self-consciousness and need to identify all his fellow Bersih ralliers-well-met by their race shows how much he is lacking in genuine exposure to the Malay and Indian races.

      Next extract: “As a non-Malay, what did I think of the day’s events and the future? … The Malay protestors around me were everything that one could wish for in a fellow citizen. They were courageous, courteous, and helpful …”

      Duh. So before July 9, he had never been face-to-face with a courteous or helpful Malay beofre, eh? I sure sounds like it from his rusa masuk kampung narrative.

      re: “We must reach out and share these skills and expertise. We will find that there are many smart, well-educated, hard-working and open-minded Malays who will connect with us to work for all Malaysians on the basis of equality and common dignity.”

      With regard to Che Sapienza’s “We will find that there are many smart, well-educated, hard-working and open-minded Malays”, doesn’t it sound patronizing to you?

      Next extract: “In that future, we would have become one people at heart, i.e. Malaysians, although we will likely remain ethnically different peoples during my life time. I believe that this country can have a great future again on the basis of liberty, equality and fraternity. I felt that on July 9, 2011.”

      Che Sapienza sounds exactly like a Kit Siang press statement. I really mean this, literally. Just google “liberty, equality and fraternity” in Uncle Kit’s web archives and you can make a fit.

      I’ve saved the next extract as the conclusion I wish to highlight.

      Che Sapienza writes: “We must engage the Muslim majority and stand in solidarity with them to reclaim the country, which is now in the hands of a ruling elite that is out of touch with the real issues and disdainful of the people.”

      I believe Che Sapienza is the one “that is out of touch with the real issues”.

      What kind of people is he who is so shallow – as the above appraisal indicates – and yet so brazen in throwing accusations about bridge-burning? His opinion on race relations is only worth a fig to the perpetually hysterical Pakatoons.

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      • 19. sarah  |  December 25, 2013 at 1:56 am

        :) :) :)

        :Dsarah

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        • 20. islam1st  |  December 25, 2013 at 9:23 am

          Was reading his rebuttals (if we can calls it that?!) on MI couple of days ago; was not bothered tip you off (heck, you probably dah baca pun but just don’t bother, kan?)!

          So full of misreading, so full of hate, so very-very evangelista (half past six christian, what’s that?) DAP suckers!

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          • 21. Helen Ang  |  December 25, 2013 at 10:00 am

            re: “but just don’t bother, kan?”

            We have to bother precisely b’cos it is DELIBERATELY so full of misreading and so full of hate. These are dangerous elements and a grave menace.

            If you (islam1st) had submitted your comment (as above) to TMI, either the moderator would either not want to let it through or the lynch mob would vote you down -100.

            That they have successfully cultivated such a herd mentality and are determined to instigate a witch hunt to boot is an indication of how dangerous the evangelistas are, not only to me but to all Malays and Muslims b’cos of the kind of people they are and what they’re capable of.

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            • 22. islam1st  |  December 25, 2013 at 1:32 pm

              ‘If you (islam1st) had submitted your comment (as above) to TMI, either the moderator would either not want to let it through or the lynch mob would vote you down -100.’

              I think so too and I just don’t bother to.

              ‘That they have successfully cultivated such a herd mentality and are determined to instigate a witch hunt to boot is an indication of how dangerous the evangelistas are, not only to me but to all Malays and Muslims b’cos of the kind of people they are and what they’re capable of.’

              Precisely.

              Memang menace to society!

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  • 23. calvinsankaran  |  December 24, 2013 at 1:38 pm

    You gotta read this…This is explosive….

    http://christianunited4malaysia.blogspot.com/2013/12/the-malaysian-crusade-take-down-bn-for.html

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    “we believe that Christianity would be a better replacement to Islam as it has been shown in many countries. We are better off with the freedom and compassion that Christian gives rather than the hatred that is shown by many Muslims towards other religion.

    Even the rights of the Bumi’s will be much more rational if Christianity is accepted by the Malays the majority in this country.”

    UNITE FOR A CHRISTIAN REPUBLIC OF MALAYSIA

    We need all Christian Malaysian to discard their beliefs of racism and hatred. We need to convert more Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and Pagan believer. We must let them feel the love that Christ has given us. We must make them understand that Christ is the only saviour and protector. They must be willing to accept Christ in their hearts, mind and soul. Christ will grant them salvation.

    Yet we are so close but so far. We gave thanks to the missionaries who had come a long way hundreds of years ago to enlighten us with Jesus and God.

    The only thing that stands in our way is political perception that was created by the likes of UMNO, Barisan Nasional, Perkasa and many Muslim NGO’s in this region.

    We need to work harder and faster to ensure that our just cause will reach its goal.

    Join Us On 31 of December 2013 on this glorious day. We shall show our true strength to the world. Malaysian Christian United For A Better Nation!

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    • 24. CheDebt  |  December 24, 2013 at 2:29 pm

      Holy shiite…err…shit!

      ‘In Allah we trust’ but ‘We need to convert more Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and Pagan believer?’

      To quote Helen: What kind of people are they?

      If Goliath doesn’t do anything about this, he deserves to kiss David’s ass.

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      • 25. Mulan  |  December 24, 2013 at 6:02 pm

        New Christians who were Taoists or Hindus.

        Definitely not the long time Christians. I wonder whether these novice Christians follow Christ because they Love Him or the love the idea and power to be Christian. Do you see the Melanaus or the Portuguese want to convert anyone? No only the L and P license Chinese Indian convert are interested!

        It must be the new broom sweeps clean syndrome. They give all old Christians a bad name. Like those L drivers!

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        • 26. Keris  |  December 24, 2013 at 10:16 pm

          On wonders whether those “New Christianity” converts ever understood their own native religion in the first place:
          The “Four Noble Truths” taught by Sakyamuni Buddha, namely:
          (1) The reality of Personal Suffering (2) Craving for Impermanent Worldly Things (3) Cessation of Pathological Craving results in the Cessation of Suffering (4) the Practice of the Eightfold Path of the Middle-Way leads to the Cessation of Craving Desire and Suffering.

          The Buddha’s discourse is really akin to the Sufi Path of Classcial Islam, the most important of its spiritual counsels being:
          “The foremost thing in Islam is to know thy self, and thus to acknowledge thy Lord and to submit to Him.”

          [YouTube]
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          • 27. LOL  |  December 24, 2013 at 10:59 pm

            Majority of Buddhist don’t go “sekolah agama” to study Buddhist Scripture. In fact, many fail to differentiate between Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism. Buddhism is not a form of religion, it is a way of life (philosophy). There is no concept of God in Buddhism, as Buddha himself is not God….

            Read here for easy reference…

            http://www.buddhanet.net/e-learning/qanda01.htm

            Note: I study Eastern Religion before thud I know enough about the essential facts.

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            • 28. Keris  |  December 25, 2013 at 2:13 am

              Hence these individuals are up-for-grabs by the feel good “New Christianity” evangelical movement – much like the “kaum baru” Salafi/Wahhabi movement in Islam. Both are antithetical to the original spirit of their respective Messengers and the path’s other-worldly aspirations such as: detachment and piety, temperance and dutifulness.

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  • 29. calvinsankaran  |  December 24, 2013 at 1:44 pm

    http://christianunited4malaysia.blogspot.com/2013/12/its-time-for-christian-prime-minister.html
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    It’s Time For A Christian Prime Minister For Malaysia.

    Now its the time for Malaysia to have a Christian Prime Minister. This might not be so far fetched, as there are Christian UMNO leaders in this country. Well, we hope that it will become a reality in the near future.

    And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation. Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. -Mark 16:15-16

    Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the UMNO Chief of the Penampang Chapter, Datuk John Ambrose. He is the only UMNO branch Chief who is not a Muslim. We the admin of CU4M would like to congratulate him on his appointment.

    May the word of Christ flourished in every society, community and in the hearts of all Malaysian in the future. There is a possibility that there will be a Christian UMNO President. The President of UMNO is conventionally the Prime Minister of Malaysia

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    • 30. Orangkampung  |  December 24, 2013 at 5:31 pm

      Well good luck to them. I do strongly believe that any move to remove Islam and its symbols as the official religion of this country will be the “kick in the ass” that will unite the Malays and other Muslims to rise against the “enemies of Islam” in this country.

      For more than 50 years, in fact since the day their Chinese ancestors landed on the Malay shores, there had not been any move to force or coerce them to Islam. There may be some funny looks passed when we see one another’s religious practices due to lack of knowledge but there wasn’t any outright insults or provocations against another’s religion.

      But somehow the evangelists are not happy with this. They aim to convert everyone. That’s their right to try but the way they are going about it, is making everyone angry with one another and is creating disharmony among the religions. And if what they are doing will lead to religious conflict, doesn’t what they do smack of treason?

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      • 31. Keris  |  December 24, 2013 at 8:53 pm

        Pauline Christianity does not have an exclusive claim on Jesus the Son of Man, may peace be upon him. Jesus, or Isa son of Mary was the Messenger of Allah; he will return as the Messiah for all humanity to establish the true spirit of religion. Men shall be commended for wisdom, justice, courage and temperance; and they shall be chided for their envy and arrogance, greed and worldly indulgences. All deviations from the authentic heritage of Prophet Muhammad, the Beloved of Allah, and Mercy for all creation, will collapse in due time.

        THE MUSLIM JESUS: [YouTube]

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    • 32. islam1st  |  December 25, 2013 at 9:38 am

      ‘Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the UMNO Chief of the Penampang Chapter, Datuk John Ambrose. He is the only UMNO branch Chief who is not a Muslim. We the admin of CU4M would like to congratulate him on his appointment. ‘

      DAP CAN’T TOP THAT!!!

      I just hope that Hannah Yeoh and her bunch of ‘coolies’ will baca that piece over and over again and sedar that UMNO had been even more multi than DAP ever could, for the longest time and not boasting over it and far from trying to convert the non-Muslims UMNO members into one!

      Apa lagi Melayu mahu?

      Can the Cinas stop be so kiasu and perasan firsters for once?

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      • 33. Helen Ang  |  December 25, 2013 at 9:53 am

        re: “Can the Cinas stop be so kiasu …”

        If they stop being so kiasu, will they still be Chinese?

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  • 34. +ive note  |  December 24, 2013 at 5:34 pm

    New allocations for bigger prisons is badly needed soon.

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  • 35. Mulan  |  December 24, 2013 at 5:52 pm

    Why is Ajibko coming to Penang for Christmas? Penang is not the most Christian of all states and is one who is most hostile to him.
    Sarawak has the most Christians and they are Bumis. Most of all Christian Bumis are open to BN!

    Really a waste of time. Thing of what the DAP blogs will say on Boxing Day!

    I wish Ajibko for once would concentrate on the TRUE Christians and not those converts.

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    • 36. Orangkampung  |  December 24, 2013 at 6:38 pm

      Nak bagi christmas present yang special lah tu!

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      • 37. Aku Melayu  |  December 24, 2013 at 11:05 pm

        Ah Jib Gor just follows the advice of his con-sultans and punahsihat Omar Ong and Idris Jala. Soon Omar Ong and Idris Jala together with Pemandu will pandu him off the cliff if he trusts fully these “during dalam daging” kind of people without using his own brains.

        My thinking is that majority Malays are getting fed-up with his ‘tidak apa’ attitude and just can’t wait to see him go. Another liability is his FLOM. No matter how much he tries to defend her, we just don’t buy it. Michele Obama is a very vocal woman but she knows her position as the First Lady ie behind the President. No Americans will say that Barrack Obama is Mr Michele Obama but in Malaysia our PM is also called Encik Rosmah Mansor.

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        • 38. LOL  |  December 24, 2013 at 11:37 pm

          Re. punahsihat Omar Ong

          I wonder why Helen never talk about this “punaisihat” .

          Kalau nak dapatkan Madu kena ASAPkan sarangnya biar semua lebah keluar ….

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  • 39. Aku Melayu  |  December 25, 2013 at 12:05 am

    To Calvin, Mulan and other ‘true Christian’ (not the ‘Banana, Coconut, and Mangosteen’ kinds or the omputeh wannabe) readers of this blog, I take this opportunity to wish you:-

    “A HAPPY AND MERRY CHRISTMAS”

    My husband and I don’t celebrate X’Mas but being in a Christian country and a neighborhood which has 99.99% Christians, the spirit of this festive occasion has more or less rubbed on us too. We will be cooking something special on Wednesday (not turkey). Too bad it will not be a white X’Mas but it is bone chilling cold (right now it is 6°F with light snow). Seeing ice/snow on limbs of leafless trees is a sight to behold!

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  • 40. Gig  |  December 26, 2013 at 1:49 am

    Religion has no place in politics.

    The Chinese community certainly did not ask them to visit suraus. But the Chinese did invite them to shave their heads in the temples. Just when you thought you’ve seen it all… Seems like all of them are trying to outdo each other in the extreme.

    I’m however concerned about the evangelists being around the impressionable youngsters. They should not be allowed in schools.

    In times of instability or turmoil, the extremists win. They always do.

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    • 41. Helen Ang  |  December 26, 2013 at 7:44 am

      re: “The Chinese community certainly did not ask them to visit suraus.”

      Specific to the act, the Chinese community did not.

      Nonetheless when the DAP evangelista candidates are given thumping majorities by the Chinese voters, then by extension it means that their political methods of visiting surau, wearing tudung and the rest of the pretension (quoting ayat Quran, “amar makruf nahi mungkar”, khalifah Umar), are endorsed.

      Plus we see the level of rabid, fanatical support given the evangelista politicians, to the extent that Hannah Yeoh and Teo Nie Ching’s tudung-wearing can be spun to reflect a purported continuation of Chinese immigrant coolies wearing protective headgear from the sun.

      What kind of people are they who are willing to spin the tudung in defense of their DAP 3.0 icons?

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      • 42. Gig  |  December 27, 2013 at 12:55 am

        Granted the Chinese through their votes inadvertently endorsed these politicians’ methods. But I do not think the Chinese community in general would pay much attention to the doings of this group, nor are they even remotely interested much less aware of the consequences. The irony is whilst back in 2008 a handful found it unacceptable to wear the songkok, today, they seem to big fans of Malay Muslim attire.

        They just need to visit a few suraus for a couple of photo ops when the occasion arises, and the media will do the rest. The Muslims think these people are getting closer to Islam while the Christians think the Muslims are turning to theirs. The Chinese will cheer on as long as they hear what they want to hear. So I am quite sure that those fanatical supporters of theirs are of the same religion.

        However, it’s actually the Malay Muslims who allow it. Seems like attending open houses are no longer enough. If only the collective Malay Muslims would apply the same passion and consistency to this issue as they do in bashing the Chinese, I doubt this gang of politicians would dare to set foot in suraus.

        It’s always the enemy within who are the most dangerous.

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        • 43. Helen Ang  |  December 27, 2013 at 9:08 am

          re: “But I do not think the Chinese community in general would pay much attention to the doings of this group, nor are they even remotely interested much less aware of the consequences.”

          I concur with your appraisal. Totally oblivious. That’s why when the Umcedel (Universiti Malaya’s Centre for Democracy and Elections) poll found 77% of Malays to be against the Christians using ‘Allah’, the Chinese prefer to dismiss the survey findings as flawed.

          These DAP Chinese never believe research and data. They choose to believe only what they want to hear.

          re: “So I am quite sure that those fanatical supporters of theirs are of the same religion.”

          Yup, the rabid, feral supporters of the evangelista politicians belong to the same religion alright.

          re: “However, it’s actually the Malay Muslims who allow it. Seems like attending open houses are no longer enough. If only the collective Malay Muslims would apply the same passion and consistency to this issue as they do in bashing the Chinese, I doubt this gang of politicians would dare to set foot in suraus.”

          Agree. But the Malays who are aware that the visits are only cheap publicity stunts belong to the Party Paling Tidak Apa (PPTA).

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          • 44. LOL  |  December 27, 2013 at 10:09 am

            Re. set foot in suraus

            This mostly happened in Selangor under PAS and PKR blessing and not UMNO.

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            • 45. Helen Ang  |  December 27, 2013 at 11:56 am

              Fair enough that the jawatankuasa masjid inviting the DAP evangelistas are PAS (or PKR) people.

              But surely among the qariah are Umno supporters. They should object.

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