The J-Star writes that Isma president Abdullah Zaik Abdul Rahman, 48, is “the leader of the far-right Muslim-Malay group [who] has arguably overtaken Perkasa’s Ibrahim Ali and Zul Noordin as the man Malaysian netizens love to hate”.
Excerpts from the J-Star interview:
- “Malay is no longer an ethnic issue but a national identity.”
- “We support Ridhuan Tee’s views. To us, he is Malay,” said Abdullah Zaik.
- However, Abdullah Zaik opposed Ridhuan Tee’s suggestion that unhappy non-Muslims should leave Malaysia. “It is not our approach to ask them to leave but they must understand,” he said. [“Understand” what?]
- When asked why Isma received such a strong backlash, Abdullah Zaik said that it was a reaction from “liberals and Christians” who fear them.
Food for thought
According to Isma, Malay is the national identity.
Madame Speaker Hannah Yeoh declares that there are “no Indians” and “zero Chinese” in her party central committee. However at the same time, DAP keeps stressing that Dyana Sofya is a Malay.
Therefore it appears that the DAP is in agreement with Isma about Malay being the national identity.
Do the Cina totok DAP supporters agree with their party evangelista leadership that Malay is the preferred identity?
Ridhuan Tee and Hannah Yeoh are twins
To Isma, Ridhuan Tee is a Malay.
It is because he is Muslim.
The Pakatan Malay supporters also think that at any moment, Hannah Yeoh will masuk Islam. They’ve been waiting 6 years for her to do so.
So to them, Hannah is an almost Malay too.
Yet the Dapsters rage at Alifah Ting Abdullah who has not repudiated her Chinese roots, unlike Hannah. This proves that Dapsters are delusional.
Christians are confused
Isma is of the opinion that they are getting strong whiplashes of hate because the Christians fear them.
From the behaviour of the DAP evangelista leadership who go on and on about Malay-sian (see DAP-Rocket poster above), it seems that there is no difference between the DAP ideology of Malaysian First and the Isma ideology of Malay being the national identity.
Where they differ is that Isma is Muslim and DAP is Christian.
In all the photos above, we can see that DAP is trying very hard to appropriate the Malay identity. However at the same time, the DAP are imposing their Christianity and Allah-is-Jesus contextualization on this Malay identity.
The battle between Isma and the evangelistas is to determine whether the Malay national identity would ultimately be Muslim or Allah is Our 3-in-1 God.