Is Najib Razak going to be patron of the Christians for Peace and Harmony Malaysia like how he’s patron to Saifuddin Abdullah’s Moderates group?
BELOW: Now it’s “Voices” of Peace and Harmony following in the footsteps of the EvangeliSTAR‘s Voices of Moderation
It is reported that Putrajaya has endorsed this new evangelical Christian group. See ‘New Christian grouping to be launched by Najib‘ in FMT yesterday.
Najib is scheduled to officiate the grand launching of the Christians for Peace and Harmony NGO at the Majestic Hotel in KL on Tuesday.
New NGO chairman is a staunch evangelist
The chairman of Christians for Peace and Harmony is Rev. Wong Kim Kong – pix above – who is executive advisor of the National Evangelical Christian Fellowship and previously NECF sec-gen for 12 years.
Rev. Wong Kim Kong is the same evangelical leader in the photo below seated beside Lim Guan Eng, Tony Pua, Teresa Kok, Hannah Yeoh and Dr Cheah Wing Yin DAP Damansara Utama Adun (2008-2013).
Meek and mild Christian leading Peace and Harmony NGO
Another church elder involved with Christians for Peace and Harmony is Lee Min Choon (pix below) who is the former president of the Bible Society of Malaysia, importer of the ‘Allah’ Bibles.
When the Bible Society was raided by Jais, Lee Min Choon complained that the Selangor Islamic Department officers “behaved like thugs”. See TMI screenshot below.
Bible Society (then) president: “Jais can kick down the door of the church today and burst into homes looking for the Alkitab”
Lee told TMI:
“Right from law school, we were taught that Islamic authorities only have jurisdiction over Muslims. But when I saw this bunch of thugs trying to force their way in, seizing our property and arresting me, I was utterly shocked and surprised that something like this could happen in Malaysia.”
Lee also said in his interview with TMI:
“You could be at home spending personal time with your husband and they could kick down the door because they are looking for a book with the word Allah in it,” he said. […]
“So unless something is done to address the situation, it can happen again tomorrow, Jais can kick down the door of the church today and burst into homes looking for the Alkitab. And they have the police to provide the jails to hold all those arrested,” he said.
Below is Christians for Peace and Harmony chairman Rev. Wong Kim Kong pictured previously with Wong Chun Wai, the J-Star CEO who appears to be pushing an evangelista agenda.
In his blog today former Information Minister Zainuddin Maidin had cautioned, “Awasi anasir subversif di media cetak Umno arus perdana”.
Zam’s warning should wisely be extended to “Awasi juga anasir subversif di media cetak MCA arus perdana”.
The Malay Mail reports that the Christians for Peace and Harmony group is “backed by Putrajaya”.