Talking about his loving Christian brothers and sisters, Ibrahim Ali enthused, “As the saying goes – tak tahu, tak cinta. Now we know and now we can embrace”.
With Perkasa getting increasingly familiar with the Christians for Peace and Harmony, revealed Ibrahim Ali to a press conference, it’s become much easier for both groups “to accept each other”.
He added that Malaysia’s multi-racial composition was a good “test bed” for inter-faith harmony.
ABOVE: Ibrahim Ali pictured with Rev. Wong Kim Kong
Ball in Ibrahim Ali’s court
Bishop Paul Tan has accused Education Minister Mahdzir Khalid of “Christian bashing“. The Council of Churches wants the minister to apologize. Some Christians are demanding that Mahdzir be investigated for hate speech under the Sedition Act.
There’s also the appeal to Perkasa to advise Mahdzir that Christians should not be made the scapegoat to divert public attention from Najib Razak.
The peaceful and harmonious Christians are hoping that their new BFF Ibrahim Ali will extend some sensible advice for Najib’s newly appointed cabinet minister to promote national unity instead of being so divisive.
Together forever, and never to part
After the opportunity to learn things (about Christianity) and understand the Christians, Ibrahim Ali promised, “All we need to do is lead by example and people will follow.”
The “actual 1Malaysia” is looking to Perkasa to show the way for living together in harmony which the Malay rights movement had learned from the peaceful and loving Christians.