DIKEMASKINI: Satu gerombolan Cina bertudung masuk masjid

June 30, 2015 at 12:18 pm 100 comments

Begitu MURAH SEKALI maruah Melayu pembangkang boleh dibeli !

Updated: 6.30pm on 6 July 2015

There are nine of Hannah Yeoh’s female interns in the photo below seen occupying the mosque.

Hannah Yeoh mosque visit

In the group photo below comprising 18 persons (17 youths & Hannah Yeoh), there are a further six male interns including those training in the office of the Kelana Jaya MP Wong Chen. Note: The Subang Jaya DUN seat lies in the Kelana Jaya Parliament constituency.

Allowing even for a few absentees, there would be alone at least 15 interns – both female and male – during the mosque visits made by Hannah and Wong. And this number is not counting Hannah and Wong’s permanent office staff nor the two YBs themselves.

Hannah's interns

So, for the DAP contribution of RM2,000 to the mosque during puasa month, Madame Speaker brings an entourage of 20 kafir tudung wearers to stuff their faces.

This works out to roughly a ticket cost of RM100 per pax for each of the intern/DAP-PKR non-Muslim staff to gain entry into the mosque, and cheaper for surau that gets a smaller contribution of RM1,000 only.

It’s a cheap price for the DAP to pay and even cheaper the dignity of the mosque committee yang dok layan munafiqoon.

BELOW: Papa and Mama Dapster in the mosque

Original posting

Gambar di bawah diambil dari Facebook milik Lim Fang, penulis Sin Chew yang telah mengkritik Hannah Yeoh pada tempoh hari.

Kumpulan gadis ini nampaknya kakitangan dan pelatih-pelatih Hannah Yeoh – mohon pencerahan.

Sumber: https://www.facebook.com/lim.fang.5/posts/1049528105065043

Hannah Yeoh mosque visit 3

‘Umat Islam tidak perlu “gula-gula” DAP untuk nafi mereka anti-Islam’ – Ustaz Ibrahim Mohd Hasan Al-Hafiz (Ismaweb, 26 Jun 2015)

Begitu murah harga gula-gula yang perlu disogok untuk melangkah masuk ke masjid. Setakat sumbangan seribu dan dua ribu ringgit, dah dibuka pintu masjid meskipun pintu hati Hannah Yeoh tetap terkunci.

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  • 1. Kak Mar  |  June 30, 2015 at 12:53 pm

    Oh my…Big Mama has surely shed some loads of her. She doesn’t look bloated like before. Or was my eye playing a trick on me?

    • 2. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 1:09 pm

      Her weight appears to yo-yo, just like her evangelical party.

      One minute they’re singing Yue Liang Dai Biao Wo De Xin (popular ballad ‘The Moon Represents My Heart’) and willing to contest GE13 under PAS’s symbol, and the next they’re accusing PAS ulamas of being Taliban.

      They say one thing to one audience and another thing to a different audience. They don tudung, songkok and kain pelikat to fish Malay votes but to their hardcore Christian audience, they say hudud is barbaric. That’s DAP evangelistas for you – swinging like pendulum from left to right.

      • 3. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:34 am

        ‘swinging like pendulum from left to right’

        Melayu kata ‘talam dua muka’!

    • 4. Hannah Yeoh is Malay..admit it!  |  July 5, 2015 at 2:30 am

      This is an interesting phenomena and proof that Malay assimilation is easy. Just like Christianity in europpe and us have to bend over backward to accomodate humanists and gays in order to survive, Malays must realise that arab culture and arab islam is a dead end.

      The true arab islam is represented by the cult IS. But for malays we must move beyond mutilation of chinese women clitoris as advocated by the esteem Ustaz Kezim Elias in Utusan Malaysia as a syarat to be granted heaven in islam.

      Many chinese, ibans, kadazans are keen to be part of the malay culture but they bulked at having to be stripped naked and their legs spread wide so that the ustaz can cut the tip of their clitoris as demanded by tradiotional ustaz.

      Here we can see many chinese women happily being part of the nice and beautiful malay culture.

      But to be arab muslim and have their clitoris which is their source of heaven on earth mutilated is a definite no no.

      Malay culture, ronggeng, zapin, p ramlee all that is beautiful in life yes. But arab mysogynistic way is not acceptable,

  • 5. lufang  |  June 30, 2015 at 1:16 pm

    W hhhhh HHH ,itu Amoy manyak sweet pakai itu kulong baju maa aa . Wa ingat ini macam pakai itu JPJ mesti tatak hat punya lea aa .

    Wa kesian itu Mak Chik & Pak Chik cair lor rr , Bulayu manyak lembut hati lea aa.

    • 6. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 1:21 pm

      Itu sebenarnya hujah yang diutarakan oleh columnist Sin Chew tersebut.

      Anak-anak buah evangelis DAP ini sudah pilih untuk tutup aurat dengan sukarela, maka kenapa masih hendak hipokrit dan bising-bising tentang kod pakaian di pejabat kerajaan.

      • 7. bnm  |  July 1, 2015 at 6:58 pm

        Attire has to be suitable with the venue. Entering masjid, you cover your aurat. This is normal. People don’t wear bikini in wedding function or in the office.

        For government office, this is not the first time people dressed in skirts or sleeveless shirts. Why now only implement ‘sarong policy’? Same question I want to ask on the gymnast leotard. This is not the first time Msian athelete participate in gymnastics and the leotard has been like this since inception of the sport (I assume). Why now only make noise?

        • 8. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 7:15 pm

          re: “Attire has to be suitable with the venue. Entering masjid, you cover your aurat.”

          Hannah Yeoh is the sneakiest political animal. There’s no issue with non-Muslim women covering up in the mosque during their VIP visits.

          Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton covered up when she visited the KLCC Assyakirin Mosque and did not provoke any criticisms.

          It’s not the covering up but the politicking in mosque premises and the evangelical hypocrisy that are the issues. But being the evangelista chameleon that she is, she diverted the issue to accuse her Sin Chew critic of being a Chinese extremist.

          Looking at how Hannah manipulated this into a “respecting religion” issue in order to divert from criticism of her personal hypocrisy and the DAP religious (Islam) card sends a strong signal to Malays and Muslims that they must beware this munafiq and her imposture.

          • 9. bnm  |  July 1, 2015 at 8:42 pm

            re: politicking in mosque premises and the evangelical hypocrisy that are the issues

            Are both ‘politicking in mosque’ and ‘evangelical hypocrisy’ constitute offenses?

            • 10. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 9:00 pm

              The Sultan of Sealngor has bertitah that masjid adalah tempat ibadah KHUSUS untuk orang Islam and he spoke against politicking in mosques. MAIS has issued circulars against the same and one in a direct response to the incident characterized as Teo Nie Ching’s “tazkirah” in the ruang sembahyang.

              I wouldn’t know to what extent the Sultan’s wishes and MAIS directives are enforced or enforceable.

              As for evangelical hypocrisy, this Occupy Masjid by tudung-ed politicians (and their male counterparts) never happened until the evangelistas stepped into the scene. We never had Wanita MCA, Wanita Gerakan or Wanita MIC pull such hypocritical and cheap stunts.

              • 11. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:36 am

                MAIS reports only to the Sultan. Not the MB!

                • 12. Helen Ang  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:39 am

                  Wondering what can be made into regulations and what can be enforced.

                  • 13. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:55 am

                    JAIS enforced it. MAIS made the policy. Thus the tidak apa since JAIS reports to MB.

                    • 14. Helen Ang  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:58 am

                      Oh I see.

                    • 15. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 1:26 am

                      Some more Pakatan Selangor got HESI maa. Mana JAIS berani sama itu HESI gangs wor? Kan Azmin Ali??

  • 16. RINA  |  June 30, 2015 at 2:51 pm

    Jangan sekadar pi semejid aje berpakaian gini. Syabas. Teruskan.

    Show same respect bila pergi berurusan dengan jabatan2 gomen as over 90% working there are Muslims.

    Jangan pula asyik nak ikut pakaian Madonna aje? Yang Christian elok sikit cara pemakaian Mother Mary.
    Teresa kok megah sangat pakai dress, blouse and skirt, ikut Queen Elezabeth ke? Teruja sangat ke tengok Princess Ann dan isteri William? Owh.. Makayah born in British Malaya ke? Tapi Teresa bukan British ma! Sedar sikit diri tu.

    Ahso cheongsam kan lebih ayu, jangan belah tinggi sangat. Aci2 pakai sari pun kelihatan lagi cantik2..

    Asyik nak ikut pakaian Madonna aje apasal.
    Nanti kawin sejenis pun nak ikut macam depa juga ke?

    • 17. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:38 am

      ‘Asyik nak ikut pakaian Madonna aje apasal.’

      Kalau cantik tu takpa la jugak!

  • 18. Phobia  |  June 30, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    If they wear kungfu jackets, they must want women to bind their feet and don’t go to school.
    If they wear a saree, they must want to jump into a pyre on widowhood.
    If they cover their hair, they must want to dig a stoning pit.
    Typical BN thinking.

    • 19. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 4:09 pm

      re: “If they cover their hair, they must want to dig a stoning pit.”

      They already have. The unhinged Jerusubang cult – who support her tudung-wearing – practically (or figuratively) stoned the Sin Chew columnist as a “Chinese extremist” after Hannah Yeoh whinged and played the victim card.

      “SHAH ALAM, 25 JUN: Adun Subang Jaya, Hannah Yeoh tidak kisah dikritik masyarakat sebangsa dengannya berikutan tindakannya bertudung di dalam masjid bagi menghormati Islam.

      “Malah, Speaker Dewan Negeri Selangor (DNS) itu pada paparan Facebooknya pagi ini, sama sekali tidak akan memohon maaf atas perbuatannya itu dan menolak pandangan ekstrim sesetengah pihak.”


      • 20. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 4:10 pm

        re: “Typical BN thinking.”

        Hinged thinking is typical DAP evangelista.

    • 21. RINA  |  June 30, 2015 at 4:39 pm

      Phobia, pasai apa pakaian budaya sendiri you rasa inferior sangat ke? Teroq sangat ke latar belakang keturunan bangsa dan Agama keluarga you sampai macam tu sekali rendah2kan kungfu Jaket dan sari?

      You ikut macam Madonna dan pakaian kerabat dRaja orang Putih awat you rasa baru tukar taraf hidup you ke? Isshh

      Phobia cuba tengok video ni? Oghang Arab fasih dalam Bahasa Malaysia, kecek Kelantan lagi?


      Yang pakai2 tudung masuk Masjid pada bulan Ramadan semua tu fasih cakap Bahasa Kebangsaan kita tak?

      Adun2 DAP pasai apa tak fasih bahasa kebangsaan Negara sendiri? Habaq dah puluhan2 tahun dok kat tanah air ni?

    • 22. Mulan Malaysia  |  July 1, 2015 at 4:18 pm

      More provocations pertaining to the dress code issue. Got this from a Malay blog.


      “ADUN Kinrara, Ng Sze Han, baru-baru ini mencetus kontroversi apabila memuat naik satu gambar yang dilihat memperolokkan kod etika berpakaian di pejabat kerajaan.

      Gambar yang dimuat naik di facebook miliknya itu memaparkan satu notis yang memberitahu cara berpakaian ketika berurusan di pejabatnya.

      Menurut notis tersebut, kesemua jenis pakaian dibenarkan termasuklah pakaian renang, asalkan tidak berbogel.”

      (Note: the photo is credited as a DAP pix)

      • 23. Mulan Malaysia  |  July 1, 2015 at 4:21 pm

        While we are discusiing about public nudity, the Malay blogs are talking of another nudie incident.

        “Terbaru berlegar di laman sosial beberapa keping gambar menunjukkan kelibat seorang lelaki telah mengambil gambar bogel di atas Gunung Irau yang terletak di Cameron Highland tetapi tidak dapat dipastikan samaada rakyat Malaysia sendiri atau pelancong asing”

  • 24. Lousy.Engineer  |  June 30, 2015 at 6:36 pm

    Looks like the Malay gentlemen with kopiah sitting in the center was Datuk Syed Zainal Abidin Syed Mohamed Tahir, former CEO of Proton; no wonder he looks so familiar. I was wondering where I have seen this guy few days ago, ha! A simple google turns out that he’s the nazir (chairman) of the mosque (Masjid al-Falah).

    “Kumpulan gadis ini nampaknya kakitangan dan pelatih-pelatih Hannah Yeoh …”

    All Christians ah??

    • 25. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 6:39 pm

      Isn’t Hannah Yeoh contravening the MAIS directive that there should not be any politicking conducted inside mosques? Surely she’s not giving a tazkirah on Islam.

      • 26. Lousy.Engineer  |  June 30, 2015 at 6:51 pm

        If the AJK of the masjid welcomes her with open arm, what can you do? It’s just like the owner of a house welcomes HY to his/her house, surely outsiders like us can’t stop that from happening. MAIS can’t control this unless they put someone to guard each mosques in Subang. Not trying to annoy you here, but that’s how I see it ;)

        • 27. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 7:22 pm

          re: “what can you do?”

          Am not sure how the regulatory mechanism of the Islamic bureaucracy works and how much oversight MAIS has. Nonetheless religion is a state matter so I hope the usual demented Everything-Blame-Umno crowd is not going to demonize Umno if any action is taken.

          The number of Chinese girls in tudung descending on the mosque is like an invasion. Wonder who are the Malays supporting this kind of DAP cheap publicity?

      • 28. bnm  |  July 1, 2015 at 8:47 pm

        Firstly, non-Muslims are not subject to MAIS (an Islamic authority) directive. So, the offender (assuming that MAIS directive is valid as law) is the mosque that allowed the entry of HY and her act of politicking.

        Secondly, this is not the first time HY entering and politicking in mosque. All the mosques that she has visited thus far allowed her entry and her act of politicking. Why no action taken by MAIS on these mosques?

        • 29. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 8:53 pm

          (1) Good. I hope MAIS will take action against the mosque committees that contravene its directives.

          (2) Dunno. Teo Nie Ching’s visits seem to have ruffled feathers more. But Islam is a state matter. I hope that when the Selangor government changes hands, MAIS will enforce its own regulations more stringently.

  • 30. Kineas  |  June 30, 2015 at 7:25 pm

    “IS beheads civilian women for the first time in Syria” – news reports.

    Of course, such goings on would never see the light of day in Helens’s blog. Heaven forfend!

    Why would she bother with such mundane incidents when there are juicier targets to be lampooned, pilloried and vilified.

    Like Hannah Yeoh, for instance. Or the “evangelistas”. Or the Dapsters. Or The Star paper.

    Maybe Ridhuan Tee can highlight the unfortunates who have fallen prey to IS. After all, he has been mouthing off a lot lately about morality, temptation and suchlike titillating topics.

    Or how about that Mufti in Perlis who demands that Muslims be “respected”?

    Can he tell us if IS is to be “respected” too for “cleansing” infidels, kaffirs and Shiites?

    • 31. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 8:00 pm

      There is nothing that I can do about or for civilian women in Syria.

      With Hannah Yeoh, evangelistas, Dapsters and The J-Star , I’m obviously making some impact to cause them to stalk and continuously attack me.

      • 32. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:45 am

        Kineas satu jam berapa RM?

    • 33. Keris  |  July 7, 2015 at 3:48 pm

      Obviously, in this blog we are discussing the bounds of civility and religious sensitivities. Why should you compare this to the barbarity of ISIS? We have commented many times before this and presented proof that the ISIS terrorism on non-Muslims and Muslims alike falls outside the fold of the religion of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. Allah has decreed him as the best of created beings sent as the moral Exemplar to humanity.

    • 34. wawe  |  July 9, 2015 at 12:10 am

      In any religion, there are extremists, which are not representatives of the true religion.. The christianity i was familiar with during my convent school days were the exact opposite of the evangelist daps i see now. of course i have never been in close contact with them, neither am I interested as well.

      Of course, the ‘sisters’ were trying to be ‘extra nice’; to us then, but they were never provocative or insulting. in fact they were demure and full of finese, hailed from England/ Ireland.

      Compare this to the nyonya dapsters now.

      So, like sky and earth,;langit dan bumi’. Malu pon ada tengok omputih yg tak putih celup yang lebih kuah dari sudu nih.

      • 35. Helen Ang  |  July 9, 2015 at 1:16 am

        re: “Compare this to the nyonya dapsters now.”

        The DAP evangelista poseurs are not nyonya. Pls don’t call them that.

        A nyonya is like the woman below – she was my paternal aunty. She slept on a tikar mengkuang and ate with her hand. She was very polite, like bending her body and putting out her arm if she had to walk across the line sight of other people. And she definitely spoke better Malay than Puan Speaker Soalan Mulut.

        (I’m the wanna-fly baby in my mother’s arms. The boy is my brother.)


  • 36. anonymous  |  June 30, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    Maybe they were forced to wear tudungs by their fanatical Malay hosts who seek to impose their religious values on others. So evil and extremist, just like all those IS people in foreign countries, after all they are all Muslims.

    I bet they can’t wait to get out of those mosques and out of those hot and stifling Malay clothes. They probably look like bags.

    That’s the worse thing they have to bear. RM2000 is just chicken feed.

    Well, no matter. Once they get what they really want they just do to those people what they did to PAS in Penang and soon in Selangor. I hear they have a Kelantan Dream too

    • 37. Helen Ang  |  June 30, 2015 at 9:25 pm

      re: “Maybe they were forced to wear tudungs by their fanatical Malay hosts who seek to impose their religious values on others.”

      Some of the girls were grinning like ‘Tasmanian wink Devils’ (Looney Tunes cartoon character refers) in the photo.

      • 38. anonymous  |  June 30, 2015 at 9:50 pm

        Of course they would be smiling.
        The thought that all those Malays who invited them definitely not voting for BN would make them smile very big smiles.
        A minor temporary discomfort and wearing clothes that they don’t like of the people they don’t like is small sacrifice.

        The food so little too. Did she tweet about the food?

        • 39. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:48 am

          ‘hot and stifling Malay clothes. They probably look like bags.’

          Ya lor, ayam Cina selalu tergantung saja maa. Telanjang bulat. Mana ada bungkus punya!

      • 40. wawe  |  July 9, 2015 at 12:33 am

        They can wear the tudung but their behavior and manner are a far cry from the fine culture they want to emulate. They look so fake and inappropriate. They look awkward and unfamiliar with fine manners.

  • 41. Ayam  |  June 30, 2015 at 9:28 pm

    Is it me or some RBA agents start to spam this blog?

    • 42. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 3:00 am

      No, it’s not you.

      But perhaps they’re not RBA, just evangelistas who are feeling hot under the collar for being called out now, when they’ve gotten away with it for so long – b’cos all this while (since 2008), the oppo Christians have been given shelter under PAS’s protective wings.

      Now with the bust-up between PAS and DAP, the evangelistas are no longer being defended by the PAS operatives.

  • 43. katasayang  |  July 1, 2015 at 12:33 am

    It took a long time for Christian churches to be open to people with or without faith. Hopefully, I will live to the day when Helen would see the benefit of sharing her faith and sharing a space to revere the Almighty. As of now, this people of the book could only pray from afar that my cousin in faith, and in race, would attain some peace and freedom amidst this growing polarized world. – katasayang, a Chinese Malaysian Christian (not DAP member).

    • 44. Helen Ang  |  July 1, 2015 at 12:38 am

      I’m afraid your cousins in race and faith over here in Malaysia are insensitive provocateurs.

      • 45. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:50 am

        bila dah kena kaw2 keluaqlah nama Melayu segala. Promote sayang segala. Predictable la these people. Memang hipokrit!

        • 46. katasayang  |  July 2, 2015 at 3:43 am

          @Helen, when I wrote “my cousin in faith, and in race”, I have you in mind, and not Hannah. We are both Chinese, and we both have a faith from Abraham. I don’t think you are insensitive. I merely thought there are something we don’t know about each others’ religion, and some account of recent historical past that our parents shared which were not shared. Nonetheless, our All-knowing knows.

          • 47. Helen Ang  |  July 2, 2015 at 3:53 am

            Indeed, the Omniscient Creator knows fully well the nature of the munafiqs, Quran 2:120

            He has warned the Muslims to beware the true faith being deviated by those who claim that God begets and is begotten.

            A sign of the munafiq craving to lead others astray is their creepiness.

            • 48. katasayang  |  July 3, 2015 at 2:44 am

              yes, Omniscient Creator knows. The rest could only do our best. We could all be guilty of being creepy, including you and me.

              • 49. Helen Ang  |  July 3, 2015 at 4:15 am

                You most definitely, kata ‘sayang’.

              • 50. Unitarian  |  July 9, 2015 at 8:47 am

                A mask is only as good as the actor behind it. Are we not all beholden to Love?

                • 51. katasayang  |  July 16, 2015 at 2:01 am

                  paradoxically, in my religion belief system, the mask is what gives the actor the mold to do good, much like a child needed some guidance. For myself, desiring to receive love comes naturally. To love, on the hand, is one of those foreign emotions that I have yet to figure it out what it is when I do occasionally experience it. It is often so foreign, that when I do love, it felt like I am not myself. At times, I would agree with Helen that to ‘sayang’ a Chinese, or to ‘sayang’ a Christian is one of the most unnatural thing, even though I am both a Chinese and a Christian. I learned that when I do ‘submit’ to ‘kata sayang’, a capacity to ‘sayang’ something foreign does come about. With that note, I found something common with Helen (not our Chinese heritage), i.e. ability to ‘submit’ to something foreign in order to love, and conquer anger.

  • 52. Mat  |  July 1, 2015 at 2:13 am

    Berkenaan etika pakaian:

    ADUN Kafir DAP Kinrara Biadap Memperolok-olokkan Kod Etika Pakaian di Pejabat – Celah Gelegar Tuesday, June 30, 2015

    Etika Pakaian Masuk Kasino, KAFIR DIAM, Etika di Pejabat Kerajaan, KAFIR MEYALAK – Celah Gelegar Thursday, June 11, 2015

    Lebih kurang ajar kalau menyibuk pergi bazar Ramadan tapi pakai menjolok mata. Teringat satu kempen di tv beberapa tahun lalu yang meminta wanita bukan Islam yang pergi agar menghormati orang Islam yang berpuasa dengan tidak memakai pakaian seksi. Tun pun kena kutuk oleh puak cauvinis dalam iklan kempen tersebut ditarik balik.

    Nak raya ni kalau membeli-belah di pasaraya, mahu habis pahala puasa asyik ‘ternampak’ peha wanita bukan Islam.

    • 53. citizen  |  July 1, 2015 at 8:52 pm

      Siapa yang suruh kamu asyik pandang peha wanita?

      Sama juga dengan kewujudan kedai nombor ekor dan penjualan arak di kedai/hypermarket dsb. Kerajaan tidak melarang kedai ini daripada beroperasi. Sebaliknya, orang Islam yang perlu menjauhi kedai ini. Kalau kamu tahu sesuatu tempat itu ada elemen dosa, kamu patut mengelakkannya. Agama kamu (Islam) melarang judi dan arak tetapi agama lain tidak.

      • 54. islam1st  |  July 2, 2015 at 12:54 am

        Bahasa Melayu kamu boleh diperbaiki lagi. Nampak sangat. Tapi cuba lagi berlatih cakap BM supaya perbezaan kita dapat dikurangkan. Supaya kurang salah faham. Citizen kena boleh cakap macam average native la kan?

        • 55. citizen  |  July 3, 2015 at 8:51 pm

          Ayat atau perkataan mana yang kamu tidak faham? Saya boleh tulis semula dalam bahasa Inggeris. Mengapa hanya komen tahap penguasaan BM saya? Sepatutnya komen kesahihan fakta yang saya kemukakan. Atau saya andaikan kamu setuju dengan saya.

          • 56. islam1st  |  July 3, 2015 at 11:52 pm

            Saya bagi semangat kepada kamu la. Tak faham bahasa ke?

      • 57. AE  |  July 2, 2015 at 1:07 pm

        Let us converse in english citizen. Much better if nothing is lost in translation.

        Regarding the thigh of women in the ramadan bazaar.

        As a children i was taught to move my gaze whenever i see something i’m not suppose to see. Naturally our sight is at the eye level. Here we will see face, hair and neck. Exposed hair and neck is aurat. So i will move my gaze downward.

        Then i’ll see this amoi sleeveless shoulder and the shape of her breast due to the tightness of her shirt. Have to move down some more. Aiyo this amoi got to show off her navel piercing, damn…move down some more.. &£*#&#% her short pant deserve to be call panties.

        Look lower…ok now i’ looking at her slippered feet. Even though it is still aurat to me but this is like the least evil.

        Good, now i’m not doing any sin in my god’s eye but I COULD NOT CONDUCT MY BUSINESS WHEN MY EYESIGHT IS LEVELLED AT PEOPLES FEET, COULD I?

        Why would any person would want to put another person in such a quandary unless you are a SELFISH INSENSITIVE MORALLY BANKRUPT GODLESS S.O.B!

        Didn’t your parent teach you anything about respecting other people?

        Do not exercise your right to dress like a whore while trampling on others’ right to practice their faith.

        If my mother didn’t teach me right, i would bring a small cane to ramadan bazaar and whack every exposed thigh i found in my way. Male or female, muslim or not!

        Fortunately she did a good job, so i will just ask nicely to our non muslim citzen to earn our respect by not giving us additional challenge while we are fasting during Ramadan.

        Please dress decently when visiting the bazaar so we muslim wouldn’t have to walk looking at the clouds or at the gravel of the road. Thank you.

        • 58. Mulan Malaysia  |  July 2, 2015 at 3:52 pm

          Etika pakaian seorang pastor Singapura


          Tingkah laku pun menakjubkan.

          CHC Pastor Kong Hee’s Popstar Wife Sun Ho Claims Multi-Million ‘Crossover’ Project Was Meant to Serve the Church and Not Herself

          • 59. islam1st  |  July 3, 2015 at 2:32 am

            jesus cakap apa agaknya??

        • 60. HH  |  July 2, 2015 at 5:45 pm


          So, one of the reason for fasting in the Holy month is supposed to promote self-discipline.

          Uh, and you reckon that meant putting the onus on the non-Muslims to undertake measures to ensure challenges and hurdles to your faith are done away?

          Does demanding third party initiatives contribute towards brownie points for the devotees?


          Your sense of entitlement is glaringly clear.

          I guess thanks. Good to know the hacks from the rest.

          • 61. AE  |  July 2, 2015 at 8:06 pm

            Now we know for sure you are a selfish insensitive godless s.o.b and i will call you by that name from this moment on. You have earned my thorough disrespect.

            Whatever my faith ask of me i will do it with or without non muslim help. It is always easier with help but life goes on without. Please everyone take notice that this selfish insensitive godless s.o.b is the perfect example of the TRUTH mentioned in Al Quran 2:120
            And never will the Jews or the Christians approve of you until you follow their religion. Say, “Indeed, the guidance of Allah is the [only] guidance.” If you were to follow their desires after what has come to you of knowledge, you would have against Allah no protector or helper.

            So keep up the good work Mr. Selfish Insensitive Godless S.o.B since all you are doing is revealing what a snake you and your ilk are.

            • 62. HH  |  July 2, 2015 at 9:35 pm

              Quote: “Now we know for sure you are a selfish insensitive godless s.o.b and i will call you by that name from this moment on. You have earned my thorough disrespect….Please everyone take notice that this selfish insensitive godless s.o.b is the perfect example of the TRUTH mentioned in Al Quran 2:120”

              After invoking your faith, now you want to invoke the mob? Real classy.

              What next? Invoke earthquake and flood?

              For the record, I am no atheist. I do subscribe to the existence of God.

              But you won’t see me appealing to the almighty to settle blog squabbles though….


              • 63. AE  |  July 3, 2015 at 1:01 am

                For the record, I wouldn’t wish you upon a rival deity Mr. Selfish Insensitive Godless S.o.B.
                But still, whenever you feel that your whole world is dark and everyone is out to get you, please come to Islam and you will find truth and clarity.

              • 64. islam1st  |  July 3, 2015 at 2:36 am

                ‘But you won’t see me appealing to the almighty to settle blog squabbles though….’

                Ye la nanti mampus pun sudah kasi bakar taruk dalam balang maa. Kat dunia pun sudah kena maa.

                • 65. HH  |  July 3, 2015 at 6:56 am


                  Huh? That’s your level of participation in this discourse?

                  Where my remains end up at the end of my journey? Really?

                  Seriously, I thought your ‘handle’ [sic] would compel you to leave some sort of commentary on your brethren’s proposed notion – non-Muslims are burdened with some kind of collective responsibility to ensure Muslims’ faith are not tested.


                  • 66. AE  |  July 3, 2015 at 8:40 am

                    Let this kiasu have the last word bro islam1st. I already got my point across. Leave him be with his posturing. All i see in him is his parents failure to embed respect for other people opinion, rights and faith in their child. Hope they had better luck with his younger siblings if any.

                    • 67. The Dictator  |  July 3, 2015 at 10:08 am

                      HH = Hysterically Hysterical l o l

                  • 68. islam1st  |  July 3, 2015 at 11:59 pm

                    ‘Where my remains end up at the end of my journey? Really?’

                    Terasa kan? Kau kutuk budaya aku, aku kutuk budaya kau la plak. Kenapa sekarang buat2 hairan pulak? kau ni memang tak sedar diri!

                    ‘Seriously, I thought your ‘handle’ [sic] would compel you to leave some sort of commentary on your brethren’s proposed notion – non-Muslims are burdened with some kind of collective responsibility to ensure Muslims’ faith are not tested.’

                    Not with you, I wont. And I don’t think I owed you any explanation on my handle either.

                    • 69. HH  |  July 4, 2015 at 11:48 am


                      Not at all. Why should I terasa how you view my remains when I’m gone? hahaha

                      I throw this at you because you are clearly avoiding the crux of the discussion and attempt, quite ungracefully I might add, to divert the topic at hand to my afterlife well being.

                      Gee, why is that?

                      Perhaps pointing out unscriptural sounding intimations by fellow brethen would seem like a betrayal to your kind? Now, what’s that word I recently picked up? Yes, OMERTA.

                      Sure you can have whatever handle you please…..but worldly fear and hypocrisy just meant you are carrying your current handle with much less conviction.

                    • 70. islam1st  |  July 4, 2015 at 4:50 pm

                      ‘you are carrying your current handle with much less conviction.’

                      Right. That’s for you to decide isn’t it? Moral policing-holier than thou attitudes are not exclusively Muslims won’t you say, HH?

                      What’s next HH, takfiri? DAP Cinas are laughable to say the least.

                    • 71. HH  |  July 4, 2015 at 7:59 pm

                      Quote: “That’s for you to decide isn’t it? ”

                      Yes, it is.

                      Your belief and standing with the Almighty are nobody’s business.

                      Views and opinions you chose to vociferate in open discussions on the other hand are not privy to immunity. In fact, the current rhetoric was between me and another commentator. I guess the troll in you simply cannot abstain yourself from jumping into the fray. You enter at your own peril.

                      Tell you what, practice some due abstinence and less trolling if you cannot take the heat.

                      Quote: “DAP Cinas are laughable to say the least.”

                      Well, let’s hope laughter can alleviate the sting of your butthurt….

                    • 72. islam1st  |  July 4, 2015 at 9:25 pm

                      ‘Well, let’s hope laughter can alleviate the sting of your butthurt….’

                      Yea says he who said the Cinas are the most adaptable species around!

            • 73. Where is the Justice  |  July 3, 2015 at 12:30 pm

              “Now we know for sure you are a selfish insensitive godless s.o.b and i will call you by that name from this moment on.”

              “Please everyone take notice that this selfish insensitive godless s.o.b is the perfect example of the TRUTH mentioned in Al Quran 2:120”

              You are truly a credit to your religion…not! If I ever was contemplating joining Islam before this, I certainly won’t be now.

              • 74. islam1st  |  July 3, 2015 at 11:49 pm

                ‘If I ever was contemplating joining Islam before this, I certainly won’t be now.’

                Haha. Please DON’T. The religion is not for you!

                • 75. Spectre 1  |  July 9, 2015 at 8:31 pm

                  Is it up to you to decide this or that religion is not for anyone?

                  If it is then, islam1st, I respect your skill at judging people’s life choices by a mere glance at an anonymous post on the internet.

                  • 76. Abdullah  |  July 11, 2015 at 9:28 pm

                    Among devout Muslims there is prayer that speaks of great concern to reach the end of our lives on the side of Truth:

                    Allahumma akhtim lana bi husnil khatimah, wa la takhtim ‘alaina bi su’il khatimah

                    Oh Allah! do Thou bestow upon us a good ending, and do not cast a wretched ending to our lives.

                    The Quran states in many places that the ultimate guidance comes from God on High, although every believer is exhorted to pass on the good word that is Islam.

                    In the Name of Allah Most Beneficent Most Merciful

                    1) أن رسول الله صلى الله عليه و سلم قال يا عائشة: إِنَّ اللهَ رَفِيْقٌ يُحِبُّ الرِّفْقَ وَيُعْطِي عَلَى الرِّفْقِ ماَ لاَ يُعْطِي عَلَى العُنْفِ وَماَ لاَ يُعْطِي عَلَى مَا سِوَاهُ. (رواه مسلم)
                    From Aishah r.a who narrated that the Messenger of Allah s.a.w. said: “Verily, Allah is Most Gentle, He loves gentleness, and He grants to gentle souls what he withholds from others.”

                    2) وَلْتَكُن مِّنكُمْ أُمَّةٌ يَدْعُونَ إِلَى الْخَيْرِ وَيَأْمُرُونَ بِالْمَعْرُوفِ وَيَنْهَوْنَ عَنِ الْمُنكَرِ وَأُوْلَـئِكَ هُمُ الْمُفْلِحُونَ
                    Let there arise from amongst you a group of people inviting to all that is good : enjoining faith and goodness (al-ma’ruf) and forbidding rebelliousness and evil (al-munkar). These are the successful ones.(Quran, Ali Imran : 104)

        • 77. citizen  |  July 3, 2015 at 9:03 pm


          Why impose your Islamic values on the amoi? She maybe sexy in her tight shirt and hot pants. If you could not conduct your business when your “EYESIGHT IS LEVELLED AT PEOPLES FEET”, I am sorry to say that you may have a weak ‘akidah’. A Muslim with strong akidah will be unfazed by that amoi.

          Let say you are right. All amoi should dress decently according to Islamic values, i.e cover aurat. How are you going to implement it? You can do so at government premises with the dress code. Prevent the amoi from entrance or deny her the service. Can you do the same in other public places? Eg. park, bazaar, market etc.

          Even if we don’t talk about amoi, there are lots of Malay Muslim ladies that don’t cover aurat in Msia. Perhaps you should ensure that all Muslims ladies in Malaysia cover their aurats first. After all, they are Muslims. After you have a high success rate, then only try to impose the same on non-Muslims ladies.

          Again, the burden is on the Muslims to practice self abstinence. Some examples below:-

          1. Porn in internet. You don’t open porn websites.
          2. Interest based banking. You go for Islamic banking instead.
          3. Gambling/alcohol outlets. You don’t patron them.
          4. Non-halal food. You don’t eat them.
          5. Stray dog on the road. You avoid them.
          6. Sexy amoi. STOP LOOKING AT HER BODY.

          • 78. islam1st  |  July 4, 2015 at 12:05 am

            Just follow the damn guidelines already. Itu dress code bukan Islamic dress code maa. Kita bukan suluh lu olang pakai tudung maa. Suruh pakai jubah Arab maa. Ada ke?

            Neither ada kena mengena dengan Masjid macam Teresa Kok DAP cuba nak politikkan. Ataupun berkenaan dengan Islam macam yang Ramasamy DAP cuba buat!

            Itu hal dress code jabatan kerajaan. Jangan pakai you punya seluar jamban pergi sana. Pergi opis bleh pula korang pakai sopan santun? Siang2 sudah pakai macam ‘ayam’ apasat? Mau terus pergi kerja ke? Boleh high culture skit tak?

            Buang la sikit perangai pemberontak macam zaman Chang Kai Shek maa. Ini abad ke 21 wor? Itu Chang Kai Shek pun sudah mampus already!

            • 79. Helen Ang  |  July 4, 2015 at 10:40 am

              re: “Itu dress code bukan Islamic dress code maa. Kita bukan suluh lu olang pakai tudung maa.”

              Apatah lagi gerombolan pompuan Cina DAP sudah dengan rela hati memakai baju kurung dan mengenakan tudung.

            • 80. The Rithmatist  |  July 4, 2015 at 4:37 pm

              It must do wonders for Malaysia’s competitiveness – all this hoo-ha about dress codes.

              As if there aren’t more important things to worry about.

              But, then, it is all about “form” and “externalities”, isn’t it? Not matters of “substance”.

            • 83. bnm  |  July 4, 2015 at 7:09 pm

              The dress code is already there since time immemorial. People have also entered government premises wearing sleeveless shirt, short pants, skirt above knee length and sandals since time immemorial. All these while no issue. While we know that non compliance with dress code will result in a visitor being denied entry into the premise or denied service, there is no official sarong policy in place.

              Question is why now only implement ‘sarong policy’ in an unofficial manner?

              I would like to draw parallel with the gymnast leotard. It is not the first time Msian athelete participate in gymnastics. Also the leotard is always in such design since time immemorial. Why now only ‘bising’?

              • 84. Helen Ang  |  July 4, 2015 at 8:36 pm

                re: “Question is why now only implement ‘sarong policy’ in an unofficial manner?”

                Don’t think there is a policy as such. There was one incident at JPJ and copycats thereafter.

                • 85. bnm  |  July 6, 2015 at 6:22 pm

                  The sarong giver may have ‘kind intention’ so that the visitor need to go back home, change clothes and come to the government office again. But the ‘kind intention’ does not give them (security guards, Rela officers) the right to implement sarong policy. Sarong policy is wrong by all means.

                  • 86. Helen Ang  |  July 6, 2015 at 6:39 pm

                    There is no sarung policy. Don’t blow things out of proportion. There are copycats, and hence repeat incidents.

                    Why don’t the Dapsters just “reject clothing” altogether, hahaha.



                    • 87. bnm  |  July 6, 2015 at 6:43 pm

                      Fine. Take it as no ‘sarong policy’. But the fact remains that the guard gave sarong without authorisation from the department. Is this wrong and illegal?

                    • 88. Helen Ang  |  July 6, 2015 at 6:52 pm

                      For it to be “illegal”, the ‘crime’ has to be stipulated in the Penal Code or Criminal Procedure Code, no?

                      As for it being “wrong”, it would be immoral. What’s so immoral about handing out a piece of cloth? If you visit some mosques (like the DAP evangelistas so love to do) and you didn’t bring your own tudung, the mosque has a stock – including jubah – for non-Muslim visitors to borrow.

                      Perhaps you can say that it our present climate, it was a “politically incorrect” decision to hand out the sarung, and also that some women with a predilection to display their knobby kneecaps might take offence for a presumed insensitivity to their inalienable human rights to show off their lutut.

              • 89. islam1st  |  July 4, 2015 at 9:22 pm

                ‘While we know that non compliance with dress code will result in a visitor being denied entry into the premise or denied service’

                bnm, if it were up to me I would have asks these goon ta balik rumah and salin pakaian instead. But its not up to me. And you.

          • 90. AE  |  July 5, 2015 at 5:10 am

            What are you talking about citizen? Akidah isnt about being fazed by an amoi thigh…it is about believing in the one true God. The word you are searching for is “iman”. You are as obnoxious as you are ignorant.

            Did i “impose”? I did not. I “ask nicely”. I am IMPLORING to the amoi’s good sense to dress decently. Don’t put word in my mouth. I know what i say.

            When we saw a person in a police uniform, we will treat him with respect that the uniform accord. Even if we didn’t do anything wrong, we will be nervous. But if we are criminals, we would hide, run or at least try not to be suspicious. It is an ingrained instinct.

            We never know if the person wearing the uniform is a real policeman or an impostor unless we ask to see his “kad kuasa”. Now if this amoi is wearing a whore UNIFORM, how does she expect to be treated.

            Even if Virgin Mary dressed as such she couldn’t blame the men asking what is her price. She can take offence, mind you but can she really put the blame on the man? Ingrained instinct remember.

            The amoi is just an example. No need to take offence if she is not your daughter. If she is, then your parenting skill need some upgrading.

            No need to tell me about muslim women or the burden i carry as a muslim. I know. I am one. But seriously…i implore. If you don’t want to acquiesce and feel it is your right to disrespect us, we muslim can always disrespect your money. Maybe you can tramp around in the bazaar but you will only find hunger and thirst.

            And my last question for you. What would Jesus do?

            • 91. Helen Ang  |  July 5, 2015 at 9:21 am

              re: “She can take offence, mind you but can she really put the blame on the man?”

              I had the same thought about Hannah Yeoh’s threat to make police reports against people who mistake her for a Muslimah.

              The rumour may be false, granted, but can you really blame anyone, especially an ustaz, for requesting clarification.

              It was not asked in malice but out of curiosity given that she’s been photographed countless of times wearing tudung in the suraus and masjids.

              That she turned so vehemently (to the point of threatening police action) on the gossipers talking about it indicates what a sick, hypocritical person she is, especially for a politician who goes out of her way to convince the ummah that she “respects” Islam.

              • 92. mat  |  July 6, 2015 at 12:43 pm

                Bazar Ramadhan is meant to serve muslim by offering foods for breaking fast. Most of the sellers and customers are muslim. We have no problem if non-muslims also come patronizing the bazar.

                But then the question, why don’t these people respect the fasting muslim? They come wearing short shirt, exposing the thigh and exposing whatever should be hidden in the name of freedom?
                Then you expect the muslim to tolerate?

                I really don’t understand this bunch of people. You come to the muslim and yet don’t even bother to pay due respect. What is really your agenda?

  • 93. bnm  |  July 6, 2015 at 6:33 pm

    AE and Mat,

    Let us take a specific scenario at bazaar. The decent dress is minimum below knee length. How do you want to implement it? Any punishment that you can mete out to offenders? At most you can do is to refuse to sell your F&B to the offender (assuming you are a trader).

    Can you create an effective dresscode like government office? Deny entry or service to the offender? I don’t see how decent dress code will be obeyed in bazaar if there is adverse impact on the offenders.

    re: You come to the muslim and yet don’t even bother to pay due respect.

    Whenever there is no law or regulation and the expectation of compliance solely rest on ‘respect’, there will be people who refuse to show ‘respect’. Even if you have written laws gazetted by Parliament, you will still have offenders. This is the reality.

    • 94. AE  |  July 7, 2015 at 1:24 pm

      bnm, please read my comment before commenting on my comment. No one want to IMPOSE, IMPLEMENT, CREATE DRESS CODE, REGULATE or GAZZETTE A LAW IN PARLIMENT. It is about respect. Which is a 2 way road. You respect me and i will reply in kind. Disrespect me, I will retaliate with disrespect. If you go to bazaar but no one want to do business with you, will you come again? That is the least we, muslim, can do to persons with no regards to our sensitivities.

      I feel that all this nonsense about dress codes is just a ploy to force WESTERN values on muslim and not the other way around. If you want to dress up like a whore, good for you. Please feel free to do so and face public opinion. Just don’t be angry or sad when people treat and call you a whore since it is also their right to call it as they see it.

      P/S: I Challenge Teresa Kok to wear one type of Sarawakian and Sabahan bumiputras traditional costume each day she goes to work or sit in parliment. The ones in the photos of course. Can’t wait to hear what Bung Mokhtar have to say on that. It is going to be entertaining. And don’t leave home without the blow pipes and bring a lot of ammo for your safety.

  • 95. AK47  |  July 7, 2015 at 8:40 am

    Ms H. Hypocrites ! Forever trying to e……….e others to a fake r………..n of their own creation based entirely on MONEY MONEY MONEY !

    • 96. Helen Ang  |  July 7, 2015 at 8:49 am

      Why the ellipsis on “e…..e”, Uncle?

      • 97. AK47  |  July 11, 2015 at 6:28 pm

        Ms H. I believe in the freedom of expression or you may substitute any suitable word therein.

        • 98. Helen Ang  |  July 11, 2015 at 6:31 pm


          Why is MCA allowing the DAP evangelistas to nest in the media company that the MCA owns?

          Is MCA in cahoots with the DAP?

          The MCA party elders are your personal friends, right? Have you ever asked them?

  • 99. AK47  |  July 11, 2015 at 6:29 pm

    Ms H. The females in the pic look like a bunch of Hainan to me !

  • 100. megat panjialam  |  June 19, 2016 at 3:46 am

    Nampaknya DAP begitu bersungguh dalam mendapatkan sokongan Melayu demi menakluk negara ini sehingga ketahap menyamar dan masuk masjid. Menyirap darah saya sebaik menerjah blog Helen Ang yang telah lama saya sepikan diri kerana kesibukan. Saya akan copy paste artikel2 dalam blog ini dengan credit kpd admin


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