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‘Allah’ tidak disebut dalam Penyelesaian 10 Perkara

Penyelesaian 10 Perkara iaitu surat Najib Razak bertarikh 11 April 2011 kepada pengerusi Christian Federation of Malaysia, Uskup Ng Moon Hing, tidak sekalipun menyebut tentang lafaz ‘Allah’.

“Which part of the 10 points that allows Christians to use the word ‘Allah’ and bypass the 1988 Enactment?”, tanya seorang blogger Hardtalk Malaysia.

Ia tidak wajar bagi Penyelesaian 10 Perkara itu ditakrif oleh puak Kristian sebagai memberikan hak kepada mereka untuk menggunakan lafaz Allah sama ada di Selangor ataupun di mana-mana gereja di Semenanjung.

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Sebeanrnya orang Kristian masih tertakluk kepada undang-undang negeri di tempat mana mereka bermastautin.

  • Control & Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Johore) Enactment 1991 (Enactment 12/1991);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Kedah) Enactment 1988 (Enactment 11/1988);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Kelantan) Enactment 1981 (Enactment 11/1981);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Malacca) Enactment 1988 (Enactment 1/1988);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Negeri Sembilan) Enactment 1991 (Enactment 9/1991);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Pahang) Enactment 1989 (Enactment 5/1989);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Perak) Enactment 1988 (Enactment 10/1988);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Selangor) Enactment 1988 (Enactment 1/1988);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Terengganu) Enactment 1980 (Enactment 1/1980);
  • Control and Restriction of the Propagation of Non-Islamic Religion (Perlis) Enactment No. 6 of 2002

Cuba anda teliti sendiri Penyelesaian 10 Perkara (PDF) tersebut. Perhatikan bahawa kegunaan lafaz Allah langsung tidak disentuh oleh Najib.

BAWAH: Puan Speaker membayangkan khutbah Jumaat Jakim (tentang perlunya umat Islam mempertahankan lafaz ‘Allah’ daripada disalahguna oleh Kristian) sebagai perbuatan menggugat perpaduan kaum

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Lim Guan Eng membidas pendirian Putrajaya bahawa kerajaan menghormati Penyelesaian 10 Perkara. Kata Lim, “Clearly this contradictory and confusing position of the word ‘Allah’ can be used but ‘Allah’ can also not be used is made with the view of the forthcoming Sarawak state general elections.

Sebenarnya ‘Allah’ setakat boleh digunakan di Sabah dan Sarawak manakala undang-undang negeri di setiap negeri semenanjung kecuali Pulau Pinang dan Wilayah Persekutuan tetap menyekat kegunaan kalimah suci itu oleh orang Kristian.

(334 patah perkataan)

‘Neuter the excessive authority of Mais’
http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/nation/2014/06/26/neuter-the-excessive-authority-of-mais/

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10 thoughts on “‘Allah’ tidak disebut dalam Penyelesaian 10 Perkara

  1. I would like to remind Dapsters who are championing the Christianity cause to the very extreme to go to this website syrianfight.com and see the gory photos and videos. There are Malaysians involve in this war.

    We must think very hard before we do when later there is no point of regretting what we have done.

  2. A lot of Enactments are referred to here.

    In the historical context, there must have been a “clear and present danger” for these Enactments to be gazetted into law.

    Maybe “danger” is too strong a word. Maybe “insecurity” would be a more ameliorative word.

    It’s amazing how much angst is created by a five-letter word.

    To the extent that some people think that they can be cozened by others into all sorts of deviancies.

    I don’t think that this argument is going to subside into irrelevance. Not when there are any number of parties (in the broadest sense) and vested interests whose raison d’etre is to keep it going.

    How it’s going to pan out is anybody’s guess.

    Faith is something that you can’t compartmentalise and sort into neat pigeon holes. That’s why it’s called “Faith”.

  3. The seemingly weak administrations of both Abdullah Badawi and Najib Razak, and the digression of UMNO from its original intended path of protecting Islam, the Malays and Bumiputras and its inherent weakness in dealing with various right-wing Chinese and Indian organisations that have thrived under weak administrations have led to the formation of right-wing Malay groups such as the PERKASA and ISMA.  Najib seems to have given in to a lot of demands from people who will never ever support him nor his party, promising uncontrolled legal reforms thence setting up the left-leaning National Unity Consultative Council. 

    The National Harmony and Reconciliation Bill proposed by the NUCC is seen as a clear and present danger to a society that is already on the edge of destruction.In Section 6 (1) (iii) of this Bill, will render the Rulers powerless in selecting the Menteri Besar for their respective state; the Agong will not have the power to select his Prime Minister, the Attorney-General, his Inspector-General of Police, or his Chief of Armed Forces even.  You Malays and Bumiputras may think that Article 153 can protect you, but you should also read Article 153(5) of the Federal Constitution and see what it says, and tell me if what I have written in this paragraph is not true.

    Section 7 (1) (ii) even allows people of the LGBT group to hold important positions.  Gender equal opportunity is already in effect, but regardless of sexual orientation? I have gay friends and some are good friends of mine. Even they cringe whenever their lifestyle is brought under the spotlight by glamour-seeking peers.  It is not that they are not talented but will this not tear the fabric of our society?  May I ask the so-called religious Muslims and Christians if they agree with this?  In the name of Human Rights, we are beginning to fight to become animals, where unnatural ways are to become the norm of our society. I wonder how long would the Christian church in Malaysia be able to resist same-sex marriages with this Bill coming into effect. Removal of the Sedition Act would certainly act as a catalyst to destruction, much as the removal of the Internal Security Act has contributed to the worsening condition of the country.  There is nothing wrong with either Act.  Mere tweaking to prevent the laws from being abused by politicians would have been sufficient.

    http://seademon.wordpress.com/2014/06/25/clear-and-present-danger/

    1. I would like to stress here that Isma founded in 1997 is not an extremist NGO at all. It was initially formed as an association of university graduates. Later its missions are basically on Islam and Malay interests. Now Isma is growing and growing. At the moment it has 20K members who are mostly Malay professionals.

      It comes the forefront because Dapsters has attacked the fabrics of Islam, Malay rights and Sultans which are enshrined in the Federal Constitution.

      Those not in the know please do not write something that you copy and paste from other blogs which is not true at all. Isma has its website and please have a look and probably try to communicate with its office.

  4. Dear Aunty Helen,

    I once asked my father about Penyelesaian 10 Perkara and my father explained something like what Aunty Helen wrote. And Penyelesaian 10 Perkara is not above the Article 11(4) of the Federal Constitution, so it is not above the state law on Allah issue.

    Uncle Naser Disa also gave a lot explanations about this.

    1. Right. The 10-Point Solution is only a Cabinet directive, i.e. a decision made during a discussion among Ministers. It’s not law.

  5. (Off topic) Wow, Helen. Don’t know how you do it. There’s a lot of heavy stuff to read and absorb here over the last couple of days. Before I can absorb one article you have segued into another follow up topic.

    I think I need a break. Can I suggest you do a fluff piece? How about one about our favourite minister? He’s finally bringing some class to our sports arena. After 10 years of the same jersey, he commissioned Melinda Looi (based on merit, I’m sure) to redesign the Harimau Malaya jerseys and baju melayu for sports events that is refreshingly cool and updated and bla bla bla. He even put Datuk Lee Chong Wei on the catwalk. lols

    See, he’s not affected by the kalimah Allah issue, the 10-point issue and what not. He’s so busy doing his job. ;))

    1. re: “Can I suggest you do a fluff piece?”

      Actually I wouldn’t mind taking up your suggestion at all. Can I talk about my dog?

      I’ve been telling friends that I’m exhausted and at the back of my mind, I’ve been trying to leave off writing (my resolution, actually).

      But then its like having a momentum of its own, especially when I know I’ve got the research materials tucked away waiting to be retrieved and I wanna share the “earth shattering” info.

      But I was really over the moon yesterday at the news that MCA was only given one Ministry. It makes me feel that my whole year’s effort of campaigning for KOMA has not been in vain.

    2. ‘he commissioned Melinda Looi’

      There’s nothing sporty about M. Looi’s designs. Its more of a rambu-ramba ethnics I reckon!

  6. Jika mereka gatal sangat nak guna Kalimah “Allah” kerana Allah telah pun disembah mereka sejak mereka dilahirkan, suruh sahaja mereka memeluk agama Islam. Dengan cara itu, sebagai seorang Muslim/ Muslimah, mereka boleh gunakan kalimah itu bila2 masa, even while they are fast asleep.

    Mudah bukan?

    But if they wish to continue with their provocation they must realise that there are limits to tolerance.

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