MCA strongly upholds the right of evangelists to preach
MCA vehemently condemns what it calls the “extremist statement hurting the Christians” made recently by the president of PAS.
The BN Chinese party president Liow Tiong Lai called the statement by Hadi Awang “dangerous and irresponsible”.
MCA now preaching love-love-love too
Yesterday, Liow denounced the “extremist statement” by the leader of the parti Islam as “lopsided and provocative”.
He added that Hadi displayed a “narrow-minded thought” (see his press conference video) as well as showed “complete ignorance” to our multiracial society’s unity in diversity.
Liow condemns Hadi's provocative, dangerous statement dlvr.it/DK9BB7—
The Star (@staronline) January 19, 2016
The MCA president alleged that the PAS president is creating “distrust and conflict detrimental to religious harmony”.
MCA, on the other hand, is insistent on “the importance of mutual respect, understanding and tolerance among the religions”.
MCA outdoing DAP in becoming pro-Christian
MCA recognises the “outstanding contribution” of churches to Malaysian education, said Liow.
The Christian brothers had established and operated mission schools that produced such alumni as J-Star CEO Wong Chun Wai.
Like the EvangeliSTARs, MCA “would strongly uphold and protect Christians’ right to preach and practice in the country” also.
Liow is not someone well versed with the prohibitions in our federal constitution. Under the law, Christians do not have any right to preach to Muslims. To do so is, in fact, a crime.