[… macam mana pula?]
What if it was an iconic Umno veteran who died?
@putera_umno “Islam sangat la awak tu. Tau tak awak Mak saya sendiri minta no hp balu En Karpal untuk hantar takziah?”
@putera_umno “kamu tak ada class. Nanti orang buat macam tu kat ayah saya, saya salahkan awak. Dah bagitau dia perangai awak.”
It is interesting that Marina in her tweets above invoked both her famous father and popular mother.
Dapster-evangelistas will only say nice things if Umno icon dies
According to The Ant Daily in its article ‘Umno morons and supporters rejoice in Karpal’s death‘ (17 Apr 2014), @putera_umno had tweeted: “rileks la.. kalau nak junjung kapiaq pun Langkah mayat saya nak tubuh negara islam kan dah kena Langkah awal2”, and this message was directed at Marina.
We’ve seen the reaction by some Malays such as @putera_umno, Nawawi Ahmad the Umno Langkawi MP, Zul Noordin the Perkasa vice president, and Papagomo the controversial blogger to the death of Karpal Singh
We’ve also seen as well as the counter-reaction to them.
Do you think the DAP evangelistas and supporters would behave any better if the shoe were on the other foot?
Hateful Muslims a shame to Islam, says news portal reader
The article ‘Papagomo tweets he wants to step on Karpal’s body‘ (The Ant Daily, 19 Apr 2014) is written by Cecilia Jeyanthi Victor — photo below.
Peter Tham, an Ant Daily reader, wrote the following comment (screenshot above) in response to Cecilia Victor’s which said that Papagomo wants to “step on” Karpal’s dead body:
Peter has characterized Zul, Nawawi and Papagomo as:
- “evil”, “uncouth people”
- an embarrassment to Islam
- “rude and uncivilized”
- full of hatred
- having a “vengeful spirit”
- bringing shame to Islam
Peter Tham also questions why Zul, Nawawi and Papagomo are still calling themselves Muslims.
For a short excerpt of other articles on the public reactions to Karpal’s passing, see ‘The Ant Daily praises Khairy ‘shadup, shadup’ Jamaluddin, disses Zul Noordin, Papagomo‘
BELOW: Dapster Khairy
Prince Charles says bridges are burning
In many other parts of the world, prominent personalities believe that “bridges between Christianity and Islam are being destroyed”.
Prince Charles, for one, said last December that “the relationship between the faiths had reached crisis point”.
‘Christians persecuted by Islamists, says Prince Charles‘ (BBC, 18 Dec 2013).
BELOW: The Times (of London) headline quotes Prince Charles as saying Islamists are a threat to Christians
Raja Petra: “Christians are not honest and sincere”
Raja Petra Kamarudin in his Malaysia Today column on 18 April 2014 wrote: “There appears to be an increase in hate-messages and anti-Islam comments over the last few days.”
In his article the following day, Raja Petra wrote:
“Christians are not honest and sincere. At least Jews and Muslims are. They never hide the fact that they hate infidels and sinners. Islam says you must physically oppose the sinners. This means kill them. If you do not have the physical strength or power to kill them then you must speak out against them. If you fear speaking out against them because these sinners are too powerful then you must hate them in your heart. Nevertheless, those who only dare hate them in their hearts are people of a very weak faith, says Islam. This is the type of honesty that Christians do not possess. Christians will say that God asked us to love the sinner.”
Loving their neighbours
The Christians in Malaysia tell the Malays that they are a meek and mild and peace-loving minority community. The Christians are further truly bewildered as to why they are being persecuted despite their meekness and their mildness.
Because their hearts are so full of love, the Christians will turn the other cheek to those who trespass against them despite that their oppressors are such vengeful spirits.
Even though Umno politicians and supporters are – in the eyes of the persecuted Malaysian Christians – evil and uncouth persons who are not only rude and uncivilized but full of hatred, nonetheless these Malays are still showered with love.
God has enjoined that Christians must love sinners. And so to obey God’s command, the Christians in Malaysia are showing their love to Zul Noordin, Papagomo and the rest of the lot whom these Christians declare are an embarrassment to Islam that have brought shame to their great religion.
Raja Petra noticed that there has been an increase in hate messages and anti-Islam comments of late in our Malaysian cyberspace.
These hate messages must be coming from the Buddhists, the Taoists and the Hindus.