“MCA is anti Islam,” DAP leaders say.
MCA is slapped the ‘anti-Islam’ label by DAP due to the BN Chinese party’s vocal criticism of hudud.
MCA is said to be anti-Islam by DAP because the BN Chinese party had criticized the DAP for colluding with PAS, for example as witnessed in the pre-GE13 written agreement between the two Pakatan parties.
In that agreement which carried the signatures of Lim Guan Eng and Abdul Hadi Awang, the DAP acceded that “PAS berhak memperjuangkan aqidah dan konsep Negara Islam secara sendiri”.
At least MCA tak baling batu kemudian sorok tangan.
Now what about DAP?
The Christian faux Islamic party
The evangelista party portrays itself as a sort of Parti Cinta Islam led by the self-styled Khalifah Umar ‘Lim’ Abdul Aziz who extensively promoted “amar makruf nahi mungkar” and an expansion of his state Islamic apparatus.
Juga, para evangelista Yang Berhormat DAP tatkala berceramah bukan main rajin petik ayat Quran, jaja Hadis, manis mulut menjulang tamadun Islam, bertudung, bersongkok, berbaju Melayu, berkain sampin, bercerita pasal pengalaman mereka berpuasa, bersahur dan masuk waktu imsak.
Ucapan “Insya Allah” pun tidak lekang dari bibir YB evangelista.
Well, that’s the DAP 3.0 for you.
Christian badge on sleeve but Islam lover, konon
Wong Chun Wai is the CEO of the Star Media Group. The J-Star conglomerate belongs to the MCA.
But you’ll be surprised that Datuk Seri Wong’s profile is more aligned to the DAP than to his boss the MCA. Please recall, DAP is a Parti Cinta Islam wannabe whereas MCA is Parti Anti Islam (according to the DAP).
The J-Star CEO Wong has told the world that he collects books on Islam “on a monthly basis”.
He also said: “My private library has one of the best collections of books on Islam, I dare to say“.
What he dares to say makes Wong sound pretty much like the “Insya Allah” DAP evangelista YB gang.
Similar to them, Wong Chun Wai is someone who wears his evangelical Christianity on his sleeve.
Wong: “Ignorant fools and bigots” like Abdullah Zaik
Wong has been attacking Isma consistently in his last three articles. Isma-bashing is obviously the flavour of the month.
Last week in his 11 May 2014 column ‘Our right to speak up‘, the J-Star CEO wrote that in the inability of Isma president Abdullah Zaik Abdul Rahman “to articulate his views convincingly and fairly, he has resorted to threats”.
Wong added that those “unable to advocate intellectually or, rather, intelligently” then resort to trying to “shut down or, rather, shout down those who take a different stand” by making threats “on a religious and racial slant”.
Wong also wrote: “Surely Abdullah Zaik is old enough to note the contributions of the Chinese and Indians in opening up the country’s economy, unless he failed his exams in school or is too proud and too blind to accept the contributions of other races who have made Malaysia what it is today”.
Wong concluded: “Ignorant fools and bigots like him should not be allowed to get away with their remarks”.
The CEO’s article was carried in both the J-Star‘s print and Net circulation. 74% of J-Star readers were “Inspired” by Wong’s article while 16% were “Happy” to read it (Star Online has a readers’ rating feedback).
Iguana blood may be red but it is cold
Wong Chun Wai’s 4 May 2014 column is titled ‘Fight to keep Malaysia secular‘.
In his article two weeks ago, Wong brought up the matter that “at the other extreme, there are groups like the Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma)”.
Today Wong talks about extremist NGOs that mushroom in an instant “with a membership of five persons, including the wives and children of the presidents” and claiming that “they represent a particular race or religion”.
In his column today titled ‘Slipping into our racial cocoons‘, Wong writes that “Abdullah Zaik’s Isma is supposed to represent Muslims” but he has forgotten that a Chinese, Indian or a Kadazan can be Muslims.
Wong stresses that “at the end of it all, it doesn’t really matter because the colour of our blood is red. What does matter is that we are all Malaysians”.
In a barely veiled swipe at Isma, Wong challenged, “So can we stop the nonsense of whether any of us have contributed to this great nation of ours?”
75% of J-Star readers were “Inspired” by Wong’s article and another 18% “Happy”. Wong’s words are evidently popular with the Firster readership of his paper. They are the Malaysians who are convinced that Isma is nothing but the lunatic fringe.
Language of Christian extremism
It’s hardly surprising that the opposition supporters in Malaysiakini should call Abdullah Zaik a “racist”. They must be Christian like Hannah Yeoh.
“Racist” is the favourite insult thrown by the DAP evangelista leadership.
The Malaysiakini readers also called Isma an “extremist group”.
This is not surprising either. “Extremist” is the second favourite insult thrown by the DAP evangelista leadership.
Other oppo supporters go further by calling Isma Islamofascists, “neo-Nazi fascist organisation” like the Ku Klux Klan and “half-baked religious fanatics” who will turn Malaysia into a failed state.
Malaysiakini is the voice of the opposition while The J-Star is supposed to be the voice of the MCA. Yet they sound so alike.
Above is a page from The J-Star (10 Sept 2013).
If you take a second look, you can see that the DAP Ubah hornbill mascot has been strategically placed in the photograph carried by this newspaper that is owned by the MCA.
An MCA paper but promoting the DAP. This method reflects how the evangelistas in The J-Star carry out their covert operation. So sneaky.
Now you can understand why these chameleons want to steal the ‘Allah’ word.
Isma is merely doing Umno’s job, and taking a lot of bullets from the fully armed opposition forces for their pains.
Meanwhile, Umno is not engaged in the ideological battlefield but instead Instagram-ming away.
Isma is fighting the evangelistas because can’t depend on Umno
This is Umno — see photo above.
Note that the SUV’s number plate is KJ10Q … pronounced “KJ, thank you”.
When Isma’s Alifah Ting Abdullah was savaged merely for expressing her opinion, where were the proponents of human rights, the promoters of freedom of speech and the defenders of gender equality?
And these hypocrites dare call other people “extremists”.