Evangelistas perceive Islam as “the supreme nest of evil”
• Evangelistas are splicing up our religious tolerance, said researcher Iain Buchanan in his lecture at Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia on Wednesday (Feb 4). The evangelical Christian movement perceives Islam as the supreme nest of evil, added Buchanan – pix below. Continue reading “2015: Will evil “racists” finally stand up to the Yahudi Yeohs?” →
The 2015 budget allocated RM9,383,000 for Pengurusan Bencana Negara and 45 staff for the job.
The 2015 budget allocated RM87,413,000 for TalentCorp and its more than 100 contract staff.
Continue reading “Funding: National disaster management RM9.4 million, TalentCorp RM87.4 million” →
Penang DAP will be donating RM10,000 worth of relief supplies to Kelantanese affected by the flood. The items will be handed over by a Penang DAP team flying to Kota Bharu tomorrow.
The hantaran committee comprises party state chairman Chow Kon Yeow, DAP exco Lim Hock Seng, secretary Lim Hooi Ying (Guan Eng’s younger sister, in green ‘Ubah’ T-shirt –
pix above), bajungu boss Phee Boon Poh and Grandpa Dapster Lim Kit Siang.
Continue reading “Kit Siang & daughter to give aid to Kelantan flood victims” →
“COLI & SELUAR DALAM TERPAKAI terpakai antara disumbang kepada mangsa banjir”, baca seterusnya di
Sumbangan pakaian dalam seksi yang koyak kepada mangsa banjir (sumber:
Utara News, 30 Dis 2014)
May Allah bless the Christians who love their neighbours more than they love themselves.
Glad to see many Christian groups selflessly helping the flood victims, giving food, clothes and essential items. Their helping spirit will be remembered by the flood victims. God bless them.
Mayat ditemui orang awam dalam keadaan terlentang di belakang tembok pintu masuk Gereja Sacred Heart dan tanah perkuburan Katolik Pagar Teras di Bukit Mertajam pagi kelmarin (hari Krismas).
“Kami percaya mangsa berusia 30-an, mayatnya ditemui dengan pergelangan tangan kanannya putus,” kata timbalan ketua Jabatan Siasatan Jenayah Pulau Pinang.
Continue reading “Mayat putus pergelangan tangan ditemui berdekatan gereja” →
Ten years ago, a tsunami hit Aceh and killed more than a quarter million Acehnese.
Today is the decennial anniversary of the tsunami. The devastated Indonesian province of Aceh has since been rebuilt and is embracing hudud.
Continue reading “Opening the floodgates to hudud” →
The J-Star strikes again!
After Perkasa got it the last time, it is now Isma’s turn to be targetted.
Continue reading “Haramkan Isma – Behind call by Papa Dapster’s sidekick to ban the NGO” →
Be careful what you wish for.
The Dapsters clamour for “regime change”. They will find themselves jumping from the frying pan into the fire.
Continue reading “2015: Three wishes come true” →
LATEST: Police have confirmed that the explosion was due to a bomb. The fourth victim of the blast, Sharifah Azlina Hashim has died in hospital, http://www.therakyatpost.com/news/2014/12/29/pregnant-woman-succumbs-injuries-sustained-gurun-explosion/
Updated – 5.38pm, 29 Dec 2014
A blast yesterday evening killed a soldier, his 8-year-old daughter and another young child as well as seriously injuring his wife in Taman Ria Mesra, Gurun.
The impact of the strong explosion hit at least eight homes, knocking down walls – see picture below – and damaging two cars.
Continue reading “Did a bomb go off in Kedah on Christmas eve?” →
The above is exactly what the evangelistas are claiming. That ‘Allah’ is their Trinitarian Godhead – Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
Bapa Allah, Anak Allah dan Roh Kudus.
Continue reading “X’mas – celebrating the birth of the Son of Allah” →
Question: Can May 13 happen again?
Results of latest poll on May 13 by Merdeka Centre. Among Chinese respondents, 67 percent said ‘No’, only 22 percent said ‘Yes’.
The perception gap between the Chinese and the Malays is very wide. A total of 53 percent of the Malay respondents believe that the race riot can happen again. The Malay percentage (53%) is more than double that of the Chinese (22%). The two communities are each living in their own separate worlds.
. Continue reading “UPDATED: Who will rule the country after 2018?” →
So lately, been wondering
Who will be there to take my place
When I’m gone, you’ll need love
To light the shadows on your face
If a greater wave shall fall
And fall upon us all
And between the sand and stone
Could you make it on your own?
If I could, then I would
I’ll go wherever you will go
Way up high or down low
I’ll go wherever you will go
And maybe I’ll find out
A way to make it back someday
To watch you, to guide you
Through the darkest of your days
If a great wave shall fall
It will fall upon us all
Then I hope there’s someone out there
Who can bring me back to you
Continue reading “Wherever you will go” →
“… the rise of supremacist groups like Perkasa and Isma” is the cause of extremism, according to the spokesman of The Eminent 25.
Noor Farida Ariffin fingerpointed Isma and Perkasa in reply to the question, “What do you think is the cause of this rising religious extremism?” posed her by
Continue reading “Isma will win because 25 eminents & sewaktu have deadly blind spot” →
“I am not apologetic and if it is war that they [the moderates] want, we will go to war,” said Ibrahim Ali at the Perkasa convention in KL.
Continue reading “J-Star: “It’s a fight between moderates and extremists (Perkasa)”” →
The patron of Perkasa is Tun.
Perkasa is holding its fifth annual convention today at Pusat Islam. Wira Perkasa chief Irwan Fahmi Ideris yesterday fired an opening salvo – he called a trio of Najib’s liberal pets “bangsat”.
The Umno leaders earning the ire of Perkasa are Saifuddin Abdullah, Nur Jazlan Mohamed and Khairy Jamaluddin.
Continue reading “Ah Jib Gor is snapping Perkasa’s patience” →
Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng handed the Christians an early Christmas present when he said they could
use kalimah ‘Allah’ in Penang because the state enactment banning the use of the lafaz cannot be enforced on non-Muslims.
Continue reading “Yahudi Yeohs free to use ‘Allah’ in Penang” →
‘Umno MP: PM must drive intellectual discourse’ … This is so true.
Right on the dot about how Umno and its president are simply not driving the intellectual discourse nor national narrative
Continue reading “Ball in the Tun’s court” →
Bashing the “right wingers” —
J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai’s word to describe the Malay grassroots organization – seems to be a national past time for the 52 percent of the voting population who do not support the BN.
Today Perkasa chalked up another ‘laurel’ for being tarred with the Taliban brush – see ‘
Fear of Malaysia turning into another Afghanistan prompted open letter‘ (The Malaysian Insider). Continue reading “Perkasa, size does not matter” →
A survey of public perception on the kalimah ‘Allah’ controversy was conducted by the
Universiti Malaya Centre for Democracy & Elections last December (a year ago) among 1,676 respondents in the peninsula.
The pie chart below shows the ethnic breakdown of those who participated in the Umcedel poll.
Continue reading “Kalimah ‘Allah’ issue will escalate and rupture” →
It is entirely possible for a country to Ubah from Muslim majority to Christian majority in the span of a single lifetime. This happened in Nigeria.
At the time of the country’s independence in 1953, a total of 45.3 percent of Nigerians were Muslim and only 21.4 percent Christian. This means that just a little over five decades ago, Muslims in Nigeria were more than double the number of Christians
( pie chart here).
Today Nigeria is 48.8 percent Muslim and 49.3 percent Christian. Muslims are outnumbered by Christians
Continue reading “Next 38 months will determine future shape of Islam in Malaysia” →
Saifuddin Abdullah declares, “It becomes a problem when you are using a secular constitution but you are behaving as if it is an Islamic constitution.” – ‘
Federal Constitution is secular, not Islamic’ in Malaysiakini today
In the photo below: Damansara Utama Methodist Church (DUMC) pastor at the rostrum; seated from left: Kuthubul Zaman Bukhari, Saifuddin Abdullah, Michelle Gyles-McDonnough and Ambiga Sreenevasan Dr Denison Jayasooria Continue reading “Saifuddin Abdullah and the national zebra feedlot” →
The zebra preyed upon by the hyenas was pregnant, by the way. And it was still alive when its stomach was being shredded by the razor sharp fangs of the predator pack.
Continue reading “Warning: Graphic content” →
A staunch Christian, Senator Paul Low is Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department who was appointed to the Cabinet upon the PM’s personal choice as he does not represent any political party.
On 5 May 2011, Paul Low attended the controversial function – pix below – at the Red Rock Hotel in Macalister Road, Penang where Sarawak pastors were the guests of DAP Member of Parliament Jeff Ooi.
Continue reading “Is Najib’s Christian cabinet minister talking about allowing murtad?” →
Dr Mahathir said he never had to resort to taking legal action against his critics when he was PM (1981 to 2003). He was commenting on Najib’s legal notices to Tony Pua and Rafizi.
There are differences between Tun and Ah Jib Gor’s eras.
Continue reading “Dear Tun, Ah Jib is being eaten alive!” →
The Bible Society of Malaysia has accused the Islamic authorities of “seemingly never-ending provocation” against Christians.
BSM president Bishop Ng Moon Hing said “the Christian community has suffered the indignity of having its religious texts sullied and defiled”.
Continue reading “Christian extremists confrontational over ‘Allah’ Bibles” →
Lim Kit Siang has
accused Permatang Pauh Umno division chairman Mohd Zaidi Mohd Said of making an “extremist and incendiary hate speech” and engaging in “Chinese-bashing” at the party’s recent general assembly.
The DAP Mursyidul Am
claimed that the Penang delegate had “seriously undermined interracial and inter-religious peace and harmony in the country with his hate speech that the success of Penang was because of the illegal businesses and crimes ‘in broad daylight’ committed by the Chinese in the state”.
Continue reading “Pelacuran, maksiat dan berbagai perniagaan haram di P. Pinang allegations and the Porky Principle” →
Marina Mahathir’s column in the
J-Star yesterday was headlined ‘ True leaders‘.
Marina begins by telling us that she is often asked if Malaysia will ever have a woman premier.
So, logically, we are to presume that the true leadership Marina elects to discuss in her article is the level presiding at the apex of power, i.e. prime ministerial.
Continue reading “Marina’s latest column on a “grotesque” leader” →
Muhyiddin Yassin was the most upfront party leader to speak in the just concluded Umno general assembly.
Continue reading “Umno dibangangkan” →
The “classic extremist acts” by Isma have created only “hatred and distrust”, Wanita MCA vice chairman Ong Chong Swen said yesterday when urging the authorities to use the Sedition Act against the vocal Muslim NGO.
Continue reading “Isma vs MCA” →
Orang Melayu wajib belajar daripada sejarah. Ketahuilah bahawa pendakwah evangelis Kristian ini adalah jenis manusia yang begitu licik dan pandai berbelit-belit.
Ambil iktibar pengalaman yang dilalui masyarakat pribumi di negara-negara di mana agama Kristian sudah berjaya mengatasi Islam dan Buddhisme.
Continue reading “Islam tergadai, Melayu selamba” →
Najib Razak has specifically raised the matter of Tun losing his Kota Setar seat in the 10 May 1969 general election.
Since the BN chairman chooses to highlight this particular point at the Umno general assembly, I believe that we should indulge Ah Jib Gor and join him in revisiting the past.
Continue reading “Ah Jib taking Che Det back to May 1969” →