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January 16, 2016 at 12:36 am 41 comments

“Umno has since swung further to the right and its supporters have become increasingly anti-Chinese, as shown during the Sept 16 red shirt rally,” said a Malaysiakini article yesterday headlined ‘Analyst: Chinese bogeymen may scare Malays into Najib’s hands‘.

Malaysiakini ascribes the increasingly anti-Chinese sentiments in our country to Umno supporters and implies that Himpunan Merah is a manifestation of the Malay party’s swing to the far right.

Not entirely true.

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Penang Institute is the voice of DAP

Malaysiakini is merely channeling the propaganda by Guan Eng’s think-tank.

The analyst (pix above, wearing ‘Bersih’ headband) interviewed is, after all, attached to the Penang Institute.

And the institute is headed by DAP’s Zairil-Aku-Melayu as the organization’s CEO and DAP’s Ong Kian Ming – who was previously with MCA and Gerakan – as its general manager.

Thus the pro-oppo news portal had interviewed an analyst who, in fact, heads the DAP institute’s political desk. Therefore, analyst Wong Chin Huat’s views are clearly DAP views.

BELOW: Pew Research Center’s 2015 Global Attitudes Survey

Pew 2015 Views of China

Western countries view China unfavourably

Not just Umno supporters alone who are spooked

There are anti-Chinese sentiments in many places where there is no Umno.

Sinophobia:

  • 13-15 May 2014 — anti-Chinese riots in Hanoi, Vietnam
  • ‘Anti-Chinese sentiment on rise in Myanmar’ (China Dialogue, 13 May 2014); Going back in history, a major anti-Chinese riot occurred in Burmese capital Rangoon on 26 June 1967
  • 13-15 May 1998 — anti-Chinese riots in Jakarta, Indonesia
  • 89.0 percent of Japanese have “unfavourable” view of China — Pew Research Center survey, 23 June 2015
  • 70.5 percent of Koreans feel “repulsion” if China were to become the continent’s leader — East Asia Institute survey, Oct 2012
  • In the Philippines, there are nationwide campaigns to boycott Chinese products

It is not only pro-establishment Malays who are reacting to the Chinese but elsewhere around the world, the natives have come into conflict with this ethnic minority and China expats.

Azmi Arshad

Azmi Arshad participated in Himpunan Merah on 16 Sept 2015

There is no middle ground with the neo-Zionists

Malaysiakini characterized the Sept 16 red shirt rally as an Umno show.

Azmi Arshad – pix above – may correct me if I’m wrong but I don’t believe he’s Umno.

Allow me to recap a blog entry I posted two days ago under the title ‘Peringatan: Merah boleh berhimpun lagi‘. I’d linked a Facebook entry by Azmi on ‘Pertahankan Islam’ (Jan 11 at 2:46am) saying:

<Excerpts>

  • “Due to recent stepped up attacks on Islam, Islamic institutions, Islamic scholars and Muslims, I hope we can unite in countering the aggressors, liars and slanderers on their Facebook pages and media portals.”
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  • “Now is the time to put politics aside. Muslims can indeed unite as proven in the Himpunan Merah / Red Rally and unpleasant Low Yat incident.”
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  • “The reality is that, unlike between ourselves [Sunni Muslims], there is no middle ground with the Islamophobes and ultra liberals.”
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  • “Our primary targets are pages of news portals (MMO, The Heat, Mkini, TMI etc) and popular ultra liberals whose pages are public. Possibly also on walls of public figures.”

<Unquote>

Azmi does not call for unity in the name of Umno. His call to unity is based on defending Islam from the enemies of the faith. He cites Himpunan Merah as one example of Muslim unity.

Sept 16’s red shirts were a direct response to Aug 30’s aggressive yellow shirts.

Adrian Lim Chee En

Adrian Lim Chee En, a writer with The Heat news portal

DAP’s strategy of stoking hatred for Najib

“Pakatan Harapan can count on retaining Chinese-majority and urban mixed constituencies in the west coast,” Penang Institute fellow Wong Chin Huat had told Malaysiakini.

“But all other seats may depend on if the Malays are more angry with Najib or more ‘fearful’ of the Chinese bogeymen,” added Chin Huat.

What the analyst said about the Malays being “angry with Najib” factor is revealing of his party’s strategy to continually stoke hatred for the Umno president.

The crux of DAP’s politics is hatred. Their evangelista politicians are masters at inciting anger and instigating resentment through fitnah, bohong, tipu dan putar-belit … hypocritically couched in ‘love’ words.

Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

Gelombang Merah bagi menentang puak neo-Zionis

The DAP evangelistas are closest in relation to neo-Zionists due to their shared traits of viciousness and gratuitous cruelty.

In Chin Huat’s analysis of GE14, he is hopeful that “PAS and other third forces will be marginalised”.

“Harapan may stand a good chance of taking Perak, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca, and Johor, other than retaining Penang and Selangor, even if it still fails to capture Putrajaya,” he predicted rather ambitiously.

Like Chin Huat had revealed to Malaysiakini, the opposition is banking on Malay anger against Najib outweighing Malay fear of the Chinese taking control of the federal government.

DAP’s method contains no positive value to garner votes through good alternative policies. Instead it employs only negativity by piling on hate and revulsion to turn Malays away from the ruling party.

The greater the DAP’s success in demonizing Najib and Umno, the more urgent the need for Malay-Muslim unity to withstand the Dapster-evangelista assault.

PAS should, by now, be able to see why they must climb on board the ‘Perpaduan’ bandwagon. Umno is not and has never been an enemy of Islam.

For spiritual guidance, the parti Islam should look to the Quran that has forewarned Muslims who the enemies of the religion are.

Hannah Yeoh Ugly Pendatang

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  • 1. anonymous  |  January 16, 2016 at 2:04 am

    It’s like they totally forgot that the Merah rally is in retaliation to the previous Chinese majority Bersih 4 rally. 90% Chinese. What are the Malays to think about that?Add that with perceived attacks on Islamic values and institutions.

    I thought Chinese view 4 as unlucky.

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    • 2. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:20 am

      They have selective memory just like they have selective (double) standards.

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      • 3. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:24 am

        re: “I thought Chinese view 4 as unlucky.”

        DAP is an evangelical party. It is spearheaded by Christians.

        Thus, Bersih 4.0 participants were willing to throw Chinese taboo out the window.

        Nonetheless, the old superstition is going to prove true after all. It was unlucky the Chinese swarmed the streets for Bersih 4.0 because that proved to be the final nail in the coffin of Malay tolerance for neo-Zionists.

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        • 4. Spectre  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:56 am

          They are literally being dragged into this whole charade by the property party. The schools have now become platforms to nurture hatred. The children and youth are indoctrinated. Their dominance of social media is creating an alternative citizenry increasingly out of touch with reality.

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        • 5. shamshul anuar  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:18 am

          Helen,

          The Merah rally managed to rile DAP. so, it is successful. And that explains why Jamal, the UMNO guy who initiated the movement was ridiculed, slandered.

          Before the Merah rally, DAP goes to all corners of Malaysia telling that all races are up against Najib( and more importantly UMNO). The Merah rally managed to stop the lie.

          Jamal actually saved the day for UMNO. He managed to do it as he actually being practical. no amount of advices that BERSIH is not good will be accepted by Chinese. Only when a movement is held right on their face (trading spot) then they got the message. suddenly,

          I believe now DAP is not going to be enthusiastic about organising another BERSIH. And Chinese too will not be too happy to join in. For they know Jamal or UMNO or any Malay NGO can match BERSIH.

          This is how UMNO must learn to face DAP. Just turn the table. And do it in grand way. just to remind DAP who is the “supremo” when it comes to politics.

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    • 6. wawe  |  January 18, 2016 at 7:17 am

      They remember alright. It is just that they prefer to manipulate facts and twist things around.However, if they really are that forgetful, we need to constantly remind them or send them the signal and reminders.
      Next time around, one of the bombers might be mingling around them during such rally if they dare organise it anymore. Don’t tell us you were not warned or blame others such as pdrm for any untoward happening that might occur. As Helen cautions, it is getting closer and they are selective with their targets, just the way the dapsters are being selective about many things.

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  • 7. HY  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:54 am

    “Therefore, analyst Wong Chin Huat’s views are clearly DAP views.”

    I think wch is one of the most objective analyst around, I share many of his insightful n factual writes, I wouldnt wan to debate helen on tis, because this is personal opinion. however to label him as such solely bec he was under a dap institute is to me, very unfair n less objective.

    “The crux of DAP’s politics is hatred”

    I dun feel tis at all, I think helen know not many dap grassroots. pas maybe, thats y I found it hilarious when pas leader start to kiss umno whatever, n I used to call them the most principled opposition. i have to concede that pas (not all but the current batch leaders) n their religious outlook is purely a smokescreen to confuse, n to conceal. but nvm, with or without pas, ph move on.

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    • 8. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:45 am

      re: “I think wch is one of the most objective analyst around”

      He’s one of the smartest and most insightful, I can easily agree.

      re: “I share many of his insightful n factual writes”

      So do I. But after a good write, he always gives that little end-spin to the DAP’s benefit/advantage. Such as his treatment of the ‘1946’ question.

      re: “I wouldnt wan to debate helen on tis, because this is personal opinion.”

      I have no issues with differences in personal opinions, contrary to the false accusation leveled at me by one Protun blogger. And I read WCH with an open mind for his political knowledge.

      Nonetheless, I’m always alert to Chin Huat’s spin/twist.

      re: “however to label him as such solely bec he was under a dap institute”

      I will indeed label him as DAP’s leading ideologue, just like Mohd Zuhdi Marzuki is one of PAS’s leading ideologues. After all, Chin Huat is heading the political section of the DAP think-tank, just like Dr Zuhdi is similarly heading his party’s research bureau.

      re: “is to me, very unfair n less objective”

      On the contrary and allow me to fine-tune, it – ‘DAP ideologue’ – is a very fair and very objective label. In fact, Chin Huat leads the ideological approach adopted by the DAP.

      I’m not saying he follows DAP window-dressing as in the “failed accountant” or the “failed lawyer” in their fake posturing. On the other hand, he’s truly the opinion leader of his party.

      It is Chin Huat that charting the direction (political approach) of his party to attract Malay votes. He has even begun writing his articles in BM. In short, WCH is an ideas leader, not a follower.

      re: “I dun feel tis at all, I think helen know not many dap grassroots.”

      Alright. I’ll clarify. I do not think that the DAP grassroots and the party’s Chinese supporters are haters.

      However, I’m very sure that the screwed-up, two-faced evangelical leadership are dajjal. They’re consumed by bitterness and resentment – you can hear this in the Lims’ speeches when they talk about their multiple ISA detentions and jail terms for sedition.

      And then there is that confused Born Again Anak Malaysia who had desperately wanted to be a permanent resident in a Christian community. How humiliating it must have been to be told dia tak cukup standard to qualify for PR.

      So she comes back and starts calling as “low class” everyone else here who does not oppose the existing Malay-Muslim dominant system.

      re: “pas maybe”

      PAS is highly ideological. That’s why I feel they’re better equipped than Umno to fight the DAP.

      re: “thats y I found it hilarious when pas leader start to kiss umno whatever”

      Inching closer to Umno is a reaction to the DAP’s bullying of PAS. If earlier PAS had been willing to work with a kafir party, then what is wrong with PAS now cooperating with a party where almost all (with a few exceptions) its members are Muslim?

      re: “n I used to call them the most principled opposition”

      In terms of ideological purity, they are. Unlike the so-called Democratic Action Party that has become the Developers Are Us Party.

      re: “i have to concede that pas (not all but the current batch leaders) n their religious outlook is purely a smokescreen to confuse, n to conceal.”

      You must be talking about the PAN renegades.

      re: “but nvm, with or without pas, ph move on”

      PAS is the game changer. Once PAS hooks up with Umno, the oppo is toast.

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      • 9. Spectre  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:55 am

        PKR will not survive Anwar’s departure. PAN is another version of PKR, so it too will meet the same fate as PKR post Anwar. That leaves the opposition camp with just the DAP. The DAP can only harness the Chinese and Christian vote, so they have no chance of getting to Putrajaya unless they can get Malays to help them which they are currently getting from PKR and PAN. You don’t have to wait for Pas to hook up with Umno for the opposition to become toast. You bust PKR and PAN and the opposition is kaput.

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        • 10. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 12:04 pm

          re: “unless they can get Malays to help them which they are currently getting from PKR and PAN”

          Don’t forget the Protuns.

          The Tun camp has proven itself willing to bersekongkol dengan Cina ultra asalkan matlamat untuk jatuhkan Najib tercapai.

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      • 11. HY  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:20 pm

        “Chin Huat’s spin/twist” – I dun think ch is a dap supporter, y I say so is bec i am not one too, never was. the spin is most probably his stance along the years, everyone interpret history or event differently.

        “Chin Huat leads the ideological approach adopted by the DAP.” – I am not sure abt tis, all I can tell is ch background seem to enable him to understand the rural malay n chinese (or chinese educated chinese) much better than most in dap.

        “what is wrong with PAS now cooperating….” – nothings wrong, but if we do read how/what pas criticize umno in the past, first impression come to me now is pas is a hypocrite, while umno is at least honest.

        “the oppo is toast” – I remain optimistic, all this years I really dun know how pr/pn could handle the islamic/hudud issue, fortunately or unfortunately now tis become a umno/bn issue.

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        • 12. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:45 pm

          re: “I dun think ch is a dap supporter”

          (a) He works for a DAP think-tank
          (b) He was Bersih 2.0 co-chair with Ambiga … he’s indisputably pro-oppo (pix below of him speaking into megaphone)
          (c) I don’t reckon he’s a pro-oppo as in PAS or PKR or PSM supporter

          re: “ch background seem to enable him to understand the rural malay n chinese (or chinese educated chinese) much better than most in dap.”

          You mean in DAP like Hannah Yeoh who bashes anyone that admits he’s a Chinese? YBs in DAP like Rajiv Rishyakaran, Ong Kian Ming (ex-MCa, ex-Gerakan) and Tony Pua’s understanding the rural Chinese or Chinese- educated Chinese?

          ,) not very stiff competition for Chin Huat, is it?

          re: “but if we do read how/what pas criticize umno in the past, first impression come to me now is pas is a hypocrite, while umno is at least honest”

          In the past, PAS criticized Umno as syaitan. But then PAS got up close and personal with the evangelical party and ~ lightbulb moment ~ realised that DAP is an even bigger syaitan.

          Umno is too tidak apa to bother because the party has always been far ahead in the field as the numero uno and also, they’ve been simply over complacent. Fat cats. But now that they’re facing a real stiff challenge for the first time, Umno is at a loss for strategy when dealing with such sneaky bastards.

          Nothing hypocritical about PAS’s belated recognition that sejahat-jahatnya Umno, the party is still Muslim. On the other hand, PAS has acknowledged that the DAP is full of Christians.

          re: “all this years I really dun know how pr/pn could handle the islamic/hudud issue”

          They handled it through the hypocrisy of ‘agree to disagree’ and then by outright denial and lies. LGE tired to brazen it out until the video – below – was released as well as the letter exposed, that was signed by both LGE and Hadi Awang permitting PAS to continue pursuing its vision of Islamic state (below).

          re: “fortunately or unfortunately now tis become a umno/bn issue”

          Najib might do for hudud what he did for the ‘Allah’ bible under the 10-point solution confining it to only Sabah and Sarawak. Just guessing.

          null

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          • 13. HY  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:16 pm

            ok can accept yr pov. on wch again, what is yr view of kua kia soong, lee ban chen n zhang yong qing, r they really dap? i think wch is similar.

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            • 14. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:37 pm

              KKS – when he was oppo MP, I would consider him at that point to be DAP. Currently, not, due to his public “not showing enough love” (like Wee Choo Keong) to the Dear Leaders and having left the party.

              LBC – out and out socialist. I don’t think he’d be too fond of what the DAP has become today … developers’ party.

              The other guy, sorry not familiar.

              As long as WCH makan gaji with a think-tank which is under the aegis of LGE and his blue-eyed boys ZKJ and OKM (two DAP Parliamentarians), I will consider him DAP. Same as Wan Hamidi Hamid, http://www.malaysia-today.net/back-to-school-for-future-malay-leaders-in-dap/

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  • 15. Jade Emperor  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:22 am

    “Azmi does not call for unity in the name of Umno. His call to unity is based on defending Islam from the enemies of the faith. He cites Himpunan Merah as one example of Muslim unity.”

    Mr. Najib has betrayed the unity of UMNO and strayed beyond the bounds of Islamic ethics.

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    • 16. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:52 am

      Whatever Mr Najib’s sins, he is still Muslim and he believes that Malaysia is a Muslim country.

      The only alternative to Najib-Umno is the DAP-Harapan who believe that Malaysia is a secular country and whose leadership is dominated by evangelical Christians.

      If the DAP succeeds in turning M’sia into Singapore, then our country will no longer be negara Islam. We will be secular like S’pore. And we will eventually be Chinese-majority too, like S’pore.

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      • 17. Spectre  |  January 16, 2016 at 12:03 pm

        Malaysia will become a migrant majority nation before DAP Harapan get to Putrajaya. Look at the number of immigrants working in this country. The Indons, Banglas, Pakistanis etc. The low skill migrants. This is looking like a repeat of the migrant labor movement to Malaya in the 19th century initiated by the British when they brought thousands upon thousands of Chinese and Indian indentured servants to this country. By the time we get there, when Malaysia is overrun by these new indentured labor of brown color, the real Chinese and Indians would have long fled this country save the Anak Bangsa Malaysia type.

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        • 18. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 12:08 pm

          Indons, Banglas & Pakistanis = Muslims

          Chinese & Indians = non-Muslims

          Anak Bangsa Malaysia = fakers playing with styrofoam snow, plastic X’mas trees and artificial mistletoe

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          • 19. Spectre  |  January 16, 2016 at 12:13 pm

            What is Anak Bangsa Malaysia anyway ? Nobody has ever made any effort to explain what ABM is. As far as I m concerned, only people with an identity crisis identify themselves as ABM. From what is transpiring on the ground more and more ‘Chinese’ and ‘Indians’ are identifying themselves with this ABM crap.

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            • 20. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 12:28 pm

              re: “From what is transpiring on the ground more and more ‘Chinese’ and ‘Indians’ are identifying themselves with this ABM crap.”

              In direct correlation to the number of evangelical churches springing up like mushrooms after rain.

              The Taman Medan new church is a case in point.

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            • 21. islam1st  |  January 18, 2016 at 1:38 pm

              ‘ only people with an identity crisis identify themselves as ABM.’

              Absolutely!

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      • 22. Jade Emperor  |  January 16, 2016 at 12:31 pm

        Singapore has devolved into a global conglomerate of elitist commerce. The people have been betrayed of the pioneer PAP vision of democratic egalitarianism.

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  • 25. Harlequin  |  January 16, 2016 at 8:02 pm

    Quote: “The Chinese diaspora is one of the largest spreads populations amongst many countries around the world, which contributed in influencing the life of the indigenous population and sometimes raised challenges and competitions, both for the immigrants and the indigenous population.

    The competitiveness with Chinese migrants leads to tensions with the indigenous population; for example in Johannesburg, South Africa, cultural tensions are often felt between the black and Chinese communities, especially since Chinese business is often in direct competition with black business, which is heavily supported by the government’s Black Economic Empowerment Policy (BEE). …”

    http://www.culturaldiplomacy.org/academy/index.php?chinese-diaspora

    Recently I had a conversation with an Indonesian Chinese about CNY celebration. The young man was telling me how amused he was seeing the Malaysian Chinese went all out to decorate their houses before CNY.

    The garishness aside, Indonesian Chinese do not decorate their houses. Decorating their houses would be an open indication of their ethnicity thus enticing hoodlums to come and demand for money. The authorities are not entirely sympathetic to their problems either.

    The man and I conversed in English. He cannot speak Chinese and spoke English and Bahasa Indonesia.

    Since Chinese minorities from various countries are brought into this little discussion to draw certain parallels with Malaysia, then it has to be pointed out the constant criticism about language fluency/ lack of assimilation being a hindrance to national unity, while has its merit, does not seem to be THE deciding factor.

    Taking into consideration the Indonesian Chinese had fully embrace bahasa Indonesia and many even gave up their Chinese surnames, it has not exempt the Chinese from being at the receiving end of certain discrimination.

    One might as well come in terms with the unsavory truth minorities
    are easy pickings. Of course Malaysia is not being singled out.

    Minorities everywhere share the same predicament in bearing the brunt of discontentment and prejudices, may it be religion, economic or cultural, that exist in the consciousness of the majority.

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    • 26. HY  |  January 16, 2016 at 9:48 pm

      i dun ever think we chinese can compete with muslim when talk abt create tension with the majority. the list helen listed in her article abt sinophobia, one can list at least double or triple for islamophobia.

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      • 27. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:05 pm

        re: “i dun ever think we chinese can compete with muslim when talk abt create tension with the majority.”

        Chinese are the target of riots but Chinese minorities do not fight civil wars in the countries where we are the diaspora.

        It is the Christians who have been fighting the Muslims for one-and-half millennia.

        When DAP Chinese politicians become born again Christians, they drag the oppo-leaning Chinese into their militant crusade against Islam.

        Read how Guan Eng abused his Wesak Day message to take potshots at the Muslims over the Allah issue, https://helenang.wordpress.com/2015/12/17/christians-not-turning-the-other-cheek-nor-loving-their-enemy/#comment-165106

        This is the root cause of the tension created among the Malay majority, i.e. that Islam is under threat.

        The ISIS suicide bombers are dying in the name of God and their religion. They’re not dying for their race.

        The Chinese will not spark a civil war by the fact of being Chinese.

        Dapsters, however, will lead the community into the abyss in deifying their evangelista idols who mouth “peace and harmony”, who pretend to turn the other cheek claiming they love their enemies but who kill with borrowed knife.

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        • 28. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 10:21 pm

          Postscript:

          In a nutshell, MCA, Gerakan and even DAP Chinese do not pose any threat to Islam.

          DAP evangelistas and the EvangeliSTARS do.

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          • 29. Harlequin  |  January 17, 2016 at 12:08 pm

            Helen

            There is no indication Muslims here are sending out invitation cards for ISIS to help defend their faith.

            ISIS’ intervention here (if any) to defend their faith purportedly under siege by the Christian opposition are red herrings in view of the fact their idealogy is in direct contradiction to the Malaysian beliefs in kesetiaan to the Raja and Sultans.

            Those who are sympathetic to ISIS better make up their mind if their kesetiaan are to the tenets of our RT or some caliphate vision.

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            • 30. Harlequin  |  January 17, 2016 at 12:24 pm

              Typo error:

              Should be RN, not RT

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        • 31. Keris  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:12 pm

          ISIS fighters are killing in the name of their deviant sectarian chauvinism. They kill ulama and lay people, muslims and non-muslims. The blessed Prophet Muhammad s.a.w. never ordained such hateful and unjust measures to resolve social problems and personal vendettas.

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          • 32. Helen Ang  |  January 16, 2016 at 11:40 pm

            They shout Allahuakbar.

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            • 33. Keris  |  January 17, 2016 at 12:52 am

              Sa’d bin Abu Waqqas (may Allah be pleased with him) narrated:
              “A bedouin came to the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w.) and implored him: “Teach me a few words that I may recite regularly.” He (ﷺs.a.w.) answered, “Recite: “La ilaha illallahu wahdahu la sharika lahu; Allahu Akbar kabiran, wal-hamdu lillahi kathiran, wa subhan-Allahi Rabbil-‘alamin; wa la hawla wa la quwwata illa billahil-‘Azizil-Hakim (there is no god worthy of worship except Allah the One and Who has no partner; Allah is the Greatest; all greatness belongs to Him. All praise is due to Him. Allah, the Lord of the worlds is free from imperfection; there is no might nor power but that of Allah, the All-Powerful and All-Wise.)” The bedouin said: “All these concern my Lord. But what is there for me?” Thereupon he (s.a.w.) replied, “You should pray: ‘Allahummaghfir li, warhamni, wahdini, warzuqni (O Allah! Pardon me, have mercy on me, guide me to righteousness and grant me sustenance)’.”
              (Muslim)

              We often find that “Allahu Akbar” is associated with goodness towards humanity and humble reverence for God on High on the part of a man of faith (mukmin).

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          • 34. Abdullah  |  January 17, 2016 at 8:18 am

            The ISIS have even announced that they will destroy the Ka’aba in Mecca once they enter the sacred precincts, because they see the people’s love for the holy place as an abomination. Audzubillahi minash shaitanir rajiim!

            In the Name of Allah All-Compassionate and All-Merciful
            “O you who believe! Profane not Allah’s monuments nor the Sacred Month nor the (sacrificial) offerings nor the garlands; nor those visiting the Sacred House (in Mecca), who seek the grace and pleasure of their Lord. Only when you have left the sacred territory, go hunting (if you will). And do not allow your hatred of a people who once obstructed you from proceeding to the sacred place of worship seduce you into transgression against them. Help one another towards righteousness and piety. Never help one another in sinning and wrongfulness – keep your faithfulness to Allah. Lo! Allah is severe in punishment (against injustice and oppression).” [Quran, ch.5: v.2]

            Sheikh Umar Farouq Abdallah: “Getting Our Minds Right: How Muslims Seek the Truth in the Modern Age.”

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          • 35. HY  |  January 17, 2016 at 9:31 am

            keris / abdullah,

            do malay muslim especially pas totally reject isis? or stay neutral?

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    • 36. islam1st  |  January 18, 2016 at 1:49 pm

      ‘The competitiveness with Chinese migrants leads to tensions with the indigenous population’

      Ahh, the indigenous population are less competitive is it?

      ‘The young man was telling me how amused he was seeing the Malaysian Chinese went all out to decorate their houses before CNY.’

      Apa lagi Cina mahu?

      ‘He cannot speak Chinese and spoke English and Bahasa Indonesia.’

      While you speaks multiple Cina dialects and English ony!

      ‘Taking into consideration the Indonesian Chinese had fully embrace bahasa Indonesia and many even gave up their Chinese surnames, it has not exempt the Chinese from being at the receiving end of certain discrimination.’

      On the other hand. The Cina here, with their surname and everything Cina intact, coupled with ‘katakan tidak’ to Bahasa Melayu, thinks that he is ony 2nd, 3rd and 4th class citizens!

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  • 37. abdul rahman noor  |  January 17, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    on my own initiative I hv prepared n submitted 2 d powers that b on how 2 neutralize d DAP. it is up 2 them 2 consider n follow thru wth my suggestion.

    do n say what u may. as it is now d mca n gerakan can never compete wth dap bcos they r handicapped by d spirit of give n take wthin d BN fold where as DAP can promise d Chinese ‘d sun n d moon’ while at d same time ridiculing them as lapdogs of UMNO.

    d leaders of UMNO r not helping either. by trying 2 stay relevant they do n say things that alienates d non malays further.

    Reply
  • 38. islam1st  |  January 18, 2016 at 1:29 pm

    ‘I think wch is one of the most objective analyst around,’

    HY please la, wa MUNTAH kawkaw baca ini, lu tau tak?

    Reply
  • 39. islam1st  |  January 18, 2016 at 1:33 pm

    “Chin Huat’s spin/twist” – I dun think ch is a dap supporter,’

    HY stop being delusional!

    Reply
  • 40. Mulan  |  January 18, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    Reply
  • 41. Mulan  |  January 18, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    Well YouTiup is back

    Reply

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