Yesterday I featured an opinion survey on five questions. Below are the results.
ONE: The question ‘Do you view the behaviour of the non-Muslims to be … (?)’ drew the most unanimous answer from readers, i.e. everyone, with only a couple of exceptions, replied that the behaviour of the non-Muslims was an “’extreme provocation’ like what Isma said”.
TWO: The second most unanimous belief held by a great majority (of those who gave their feedback) was that the evangelistas want to “persuade Malays that their Allah is the same as the Christian God”.
THREE: The most popular response was that Alvivi’s provocation is deemed to be “very insulting”.
FOUR: Many readers felt that the Harapan Bangsa song “intends to rally Christians to act to make the ‘harapan bangsa’ [for a Christian country] a reality”.
FIVE: The least consensus was elicited on whether evangelistas are doing dakwah among Malay Muslims.
A zodiac wheel is 12 years.
The wheel has turned four rounds since May 13, 1969 when Malays took grave offence at the taunt “balik kampung tanam jagung”.
My opinion survey yesterday revealed that almost everyone who took the trouble to participate strongly feels that some Malaysians are being extremely provocative.
Yet Najib is as clueless now as the Tunku was then.