Already religious tensions between the Christians and the Muslims are at an all-time high. See below, ‘Muslims oppose churches, Christians oppose mosques’.
This conflict is further compounded by the Hallelujah evangelical politicians controlling the DAP and the serban-dan-jubah clique striving to consolidate their control of PAS.
Then there are wannabes who want Umno to introduce its own ulama wing.
DAP the midwife that delivered the hudud baby
And MCA correctly lays the blame for hudud implementation on the evangelical DAP’s shoulders.
Yup, Lim Guan Eng signed his agreement and sealed the deal.
For the Ubah, ABU, “ini kali lah” gang, the ends justify the means and they stopped at nothing in their greed to try to grab Putrajaya.
It’s in black and white – the DAP sellout
See Guan Eng’s signature below on the undertaking which he, as the DAP secretary-general, had co-signed with the PAS president Hadi Awang.
The letter of agreement (scanned below) allows for the Islamist party to individually pursue its aim of an Islamic state and Islamic jurisprudence.
And that is exactly what PAS is doing today, tabling the hudud amendment motion in the Kelantan DUN.
Note the underlined sentence – “PAS berhak memperjuangkan aqidah dan konsep negara Islam secara sendiri.”
For details of the DAP betrayal of secularism and its complicity in hudud, see ‘Jemuan‘
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Observe all the escalating attacks being mounted on Islam today by the Dapster evangelistas due to this hudud move in Kelantan, and the retaliation by the state Menteri Besar who views critics of hudud as “heathens“.
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The “moderates” have similarly been the loudest in Malaysia too, condemning matters which they see as related to the “extremism” of Islam and perpetrated by Malays whom they view as “racists” and “religious bigots”.
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Full list below for the 120-seat Knesset (Israel’s parliament).
Likud is the clear winner despite earlier the exit polls putting the contest at a dead heat.
• Likud (Netanyahu’s party) – 29 seats
• Zionist Union (Herzog’s party) – 24 seats
- Joint Arab List (14)
- Yesh Atid (11)
- Kulanu (10)
- Bayit Yehudi (8)
- Shas (7)
- United Torah Judaism (7)
- Yisrael Beytenu (6)
- Meretz (4)
Benjamin Netanyahu will remain as Israel prime minister if he is able to cobble together a coalition of right wing, nationalist and religious parties.
For more, see The Jerusalem Post