TPJ: Our twin victories delivered by Allah in holy month

June 20, 2016 at 11:05 am 45 comments

“Many battles in Islam were won in the month of Ramadhan,” pointed out an Umno Johor Adun, Tengku Putra Jumat (TPJ).

TPJ is the Yang Berhormat of N47 Kempas.

He hopes that the victories in the P93 Sungai Besar and P67 Kuala Kangsar by-elections are a sign that Umno is “on the side of the righteous”.

The Kempas YB also believes that the mandate given to Umno in Sg. Besar and K. Kangsar represents the voice of the rakyat — the majority of whom stand solidly behind the government.

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PM has the power to act against secessionists

With this clear mandate in Parliament, added the Johor Umno leader (pix above), the Prime Minister is entrusted to take – if necessary and by the grace of God – such righteous action as to protect our country against any treasonous entities or individuals that propagate sedition.

The power of the PM is, moreover, now further enhanced by the National Security Council Act approved recently which provides our chief executive with wider ranging authority and jurisdiction.

BELOW: ‘Movement for Jesus’ (M4J) to take Johor for Jesus

Encouraging signs of perpaduan ummah

Over the last fortnight, PAS had conducted a clean campaign in the Sg. Besar and K. Kangsar by-elections, in line with the party’s re-orientation towards “mature politics”.

DAP pijak kepalaPAS was rivals with Umno in both constituencies but it was a friendly rivalry.

The relationship between the two parties was cordial, unlike the hostility shown by DAP when the Pakatan taiko put up a Jamal Sekinchan-“Cina babi” billboard on behalf of its minion the PAN candidate in Sungai Besar.

This thawing of relations can be interpreted to mean that the parti Islam(Melayu) PAS is presently willing to adopt a less confrontational approach towards the parti Melayu(Islam) Umno for the sake of upholding the faith.

PAS has finally come to realise that at the end of the day, it has more in common with Umno than they do differences, while their mutual foe is clearly the evangelical party.

The anti-Malay DAP is, after all, an opponent of both PAS and Umno on top of being an enemy of Islam.

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While PAS and Umno are closing ranks in Muslim solidarity, some Protun renegades are working with the DAP.

As a member of the Johor Umno leadership, Tengku Putra Jumat will be aware of which ex-NST Malay Protun blogger has been constantly dissing the MB Khaled Nordin, and whose offer of mercenary blogging services have been rejected by the party.


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Political Christianity – the police is watching(9 Nov 2015)

DCP Awaludin Jadid (Special Branch) gave a talk titled ‘Ancaman Gerakan Kristianisasi Terhadap Keselamatan Negara’.

Bukit Aman has got its eye on them.


boneka DAPMalay puppet on DAP string

This Protun Malay blogger is currently in cahoots with the Cina ultra and actively defending and promoting DAP agenda through his blog that is being propped up by Dapsters.

The said bersekongkol blogger is a liar and a fraud, i.e. faking an online identity and constantly concocting lies.

He is a Malay man masquerading as a mixed-race little lady of the valley. He is a squat, middle-aged reporter pretending to be a young educator (someone involved in the education line).

The blogger’s middle name is ‘Pemfitnah’. YB Kempas should know who this anti-perpaduan ummah Malay media practitioner from Johor is. These are the Protun Malays who are Umno’s enemies within.

BELOW: The answer to Kit Siang’s question – “Adakah Melayu dan Islam diancam?” – is YES

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Threat to Malaysia’s status as a Muslim land

Evangelistas want to take Subang for Jesus, take the city (Kuala Lumpur) for Jesus as well as take Johor for Jesus (see below).

PAS is better equipped than Umno to fend off the evangelical party. While Umno remains clueless, PAS at least is aware — ‘Dewan Ulama PAS: Cina DAP rata-rata Kristian, lawan hukum Allah’.

Some Protuns have become Melayu DAP.

This awareness of the ‘nature of the beast’ is the main reason why co-operation between clueless Umno and PAS should be fostered.

With Umno’s current strengthened mandate, the party should be confident enough to consider taking a leap of faith and consolidate with PAS.

In GE14, PAS is sure to win all the Malay-majority seats allocated to the MCA.

Kuburkan MCA pada PRU14: Ridhuan Tee‘ (Ismaweb, 20 June 2016)

A Malay unity Johor government option will help to keep the state from falling into the hands of the evangelistas who want to “take Johor for Jesus”.

BELOW: “Subang for Christ”, “Subang for Jesus”

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“Rise up it’s time to take Subang for Jesus!”

BELOW: “How do we win our city for Jesus” — the Damansara Utama Mehtodist Church (DUMC) Facebook page

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45 Comments Add your own

  • 1. cikminah  |  June 20, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Wah!….dah masuk ISLAM ke majkcik Helen ni….????
    Makcik, kemenangan BN di PRKA tu b ukan pemberian ALLAH, tapi CASH IS KING…………………….HEHEHE.
    Ada sampul surat envelope dan janji-naji manis pembangunan.
    Janji-janji manis macam janji nak buat Pan Borneo Highway di Sarawak. Rupa-rupanya kerajaan Serawak kena tanggung sendiri!!!

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    • 2. Ayam  |  June 20, 2016 at 10:26 pm

      Look, a troll @ RBA.

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  • 3. AYAH  |  June 20, 2016 at 12:18 pm

    In this holy month of Ramadhan we should not be retelling or spreading Tun Mahathir’s lies, especially about “cash is king”.

    And now UMNO, under Dato Sri Najib, is waging wars and winning battles just like Prophet Mohammad pbuh did in the days of yore, defending and spreading Islam, especially in this month of Ramadhan.

    An UMNO minstrel down south has now announced that UMNO is practically Islam.

    Apart from real estate, money et al, Islam is now currency with UMNO.

    Hail the new prophet of Islam! He will lead the war and more battles will be won. Only under him will UMNO survive and defend the Malays forever.. You scratch my and I’ll scratch yours wahai orang orang Melayu.

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    • 4. papa knows best  |  June 20, 2016 at 1:33 pm

      “Apart from real estate, money et al, Islam is now currency with UMNO.”

      Ayah, can we say UMNO has made currency its Islam?

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  • 5. Formerly known as FHAAHD  |  June 20, 2016 at 12:38 pm

    There are millions of people living in starvation all over the world, and this clown actually thinks God played a part in aiding a corrupt party to win an election. These religious loons really need to be schooled for a session or two by someone like Dawkins. It’s all getting out of control.

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    • 6. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 12:54 pm

      re: “These religious loons really need to be schooled for a session or two …”

      They live in China, predominantly in the city of Wenzhou in the province of Zhejiang. (In Malaysia, they live in Jerusubang, the capital of evangelism).

      The Chinese state authorities have demolished hundreds of churches and removed thousands of rooftop crosses in the past couple of years alone.

      This crackdown is sanctioned by Beijing which itself has arrested, detained and jailed scores of pastors, church elders and Christian activists.

      Our motherland is apprehensive of these “religious loons” to borrow your label.

      In Malaysia, the minority religion of “only nine percent” has succeeded in bullying all the other religions, even the Religion of the Federation.

      The unity call has been raised because the evangelistas have grown too powerful and aggressive, and they’re aided and abetted by the MCA’s J-Star and a conspiracy of silence among the Chinese opposition.

      If there were no genuine fear of evangelical aggression, there would not be the freakout at the sight of the cross. Malays don’t freak out at the sight of the Buddhist swastika symbol.

      And neither do the Muslims take to street demos to protest the swastika on a temple like how they did over the cross, most recently in Taman Medan.

      There was also the social media uproar not too long ago over the house roof structure in Langkawi resembling the cross from an aerial view.

      All these reactions and “anti-Christianization” seminars are an indication of how much the evangelistas are creeping out the ummah. There are no anti-Buddhization or anti-Hinduization forums being held.

      So who are the “religious loons” striking fear in the heart of Dewan Ulama PAS and the state muftis and our Islamic departments and agencies?

      Even the Special Branch is monitoring.

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      • 7. Formerly known as FHAAHD  |  June 20, 2016 at 1:07 pm

        “If there were no genuine fear of evangelical aggression, there would not be the freak out at the sight of the cross. ”

        Anyone who fears another ideology because of their own weak faith, should perhaps question their own beliefs first before blaming everyone else in sundry. You should take note of this when defending your Malays/Muslims.

        If you can be so easily swayed by what someone else says, then either your religion is not convincing enough or you only believe what you believe because you have been brainwashed into believing it in the first place. Muslims love to tell everyone about how Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, but it’s more like it’s the fastest growing forced religion in the world.

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        • 8. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 1:44 pm

          re: “Anyone who fears another ideology because of their own weak faith …”

          Some ideologies are deservedly feared, such as fascism.

          In Malaysia, it is the Gospel of Prosperity cult is feared, rightly. This fear is not because of “own weak faith” as alleged but because of the overweening Christian triumphalism.

          re: “… should perhaps question their own beliefs first before blaming everyone else in sundry.”

          The Jerusubangites should question their own evangelical Christian beliefs first (and tell us if they really address the Lord as ‘Allah’ in prayer) before blaming the Malays for harbouring a fear of being robbed of their ‘Allah’.

          re: “You should take note of this when defending your Malays/Muslims.”

          I think “my” Malays have the population numbers and the Islamic bureaucracy behind them, and this is a source of strength when fending off the evangelistas.

          My Buddhists have already capitulated and surrendered to the evangelistas, viz. 90 percent Chinese support for the DAP. The Red Bean Army under the direction of DAP evangelistas are cyber terrorists who terrorize Chinese cyberspace.

          re: “If you can be so easily swayed by what someone else says”

          Like believing in 40,000 Bangla phantom voters, two busloads of phantom voters in Subang Jaya, and blackouts in the polling centers.

          re: “then either your religion is not convincing enough …”

          If their religion is convincing enough, the lost sheep will flock to them of our own accord. Why the need for such in-you-face proselytization? Why the gimmicks like all that Singing & Dancing under strobe lights, and hip-grinding by that half-naked pastor’s wife of City Harvest Church?

          re: “or you only believe what you believe because you have been brainwashed into believing it in the first place”

          Sounds like you’re describing zombies of the Red Bean Army and a lot of DAP followers.

          re: “Muslims love to tell everyone about how Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world…”

          Just like Christians love to tell everyone about how they love their enemy and are willing to turn the other cheek.

          re: “but it’s more like it’s the fastest growing forced religion in the world”

          But the kumbayah peace & love is more like it’s a jackboot pressing against your face, and if you disagree that they’re the paragons of love, then you must be a hater.

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          • 9. akarimomar  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:09 pm

            Thumbs up Helen.
            Triple thumbs up.
            :-)

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          • 10. Formerly known as FHAAHD  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:34 pm

            “Just like Christians love to tell everyone about how they love their enemy and are willing to turn the other cheek.”

            The proof is in the pudding tough. Let’s look at the structure of western society which have been essentially built on Christian values – they are on a whole democratic, fair and non discriminatory. Compare that to the Islamic nations who will shout and scream about their religion till the cows come home but are a model for corruption, violence, inequality, sexism and racism

            I don’t condone religion in general, but if I were to judge the two religions objectively, I definitely can see which one is instrumental in creating a just society, and it’s definitely not the one that was formed in 600AD.

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            • 11. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 4:03 pm

              re: “Let’s look at the structure of western society which have been essentially built on Christian values – they are on a whole democratic, fair and non discriminatory.”

              They were colonial powers that subjugated infidels having darker skin.

              They spat on polytheistic/”pagan” faith beliefs. They committed genocide and wiped out entire cultures and tribes.

              They captured Africans to work as slaves in the Deep South cotton fields.

              Portugal and the Netherlands colonized Indonesia and Malaya.

              Britain ruled over the Indian sub-continent and had an empire spanning the globe. ‘Great’ Britain also opened the floodgates to Chinese and Indian immigrants, and making Tanah Melayu almost lost its Malay majority.

              Spain commanded an overseas empire in the Americas ruling over natives whom they called “Indians”.

              Germany had colonial possessions in Ghana, Mauritania and Benin. Italy colonized Libya.

              France ruled over north and west Africa and still has territories in the Caribbean – Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago and other islands in the West Indies.

              Even a very small Christian country like Belgium maintained colonies in Africa – Congo, Rwanda and Burundi. These Christian countries robbed and plundered.

              In a piece of history closer to our era, the white Australian gomen ‘stole’ Aborigine children from their biological families because these Christians officials do not believe that infidels/inferior tribes were fit to bring up children.

              The ‘stolen’ Aboriginals were raised as god-fearing Christians, and traumatized by being forcibly separated from their family, community and roots.

              re: “Compare that to the Islamic nations who will shout and scream about their religion till the cows come home but are a model for corruption, violence, inequality, sexism and racism”

              Okay. I get it. You have a low opinion of Muslims and Islam.

              re: “I don’t condone religion in general, but if I were to judge the two religions objectively, I definitely can see which one is instrumental in creating a just society, and it’s definitely not the one that was formed in 600AD.”

              And this explains why you choose to side with the Christian DAP rather than the Muslim Umno, ya?

              They’ve successfully taken Subang, you know.

              If you’re not already living in the neighbourhood, maybe you’ll be happier moving to Subang Jaya. Then you can help them take the city (KL), Johor and eventually fan out over the rest of Malaysia.

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            • 12. kampong lad  |  June 20, 2016 at 5:56 pm

              can you tell me what was formed in 600ad?

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          • 13. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:38 pm

            Helen,

            re: “I think “my” Malays have the population numbers and the Islamic bureaucracy behind them, and this is a source of strength when fending off the evangelistas”

            If the Malays have the numbers and the Islamic bureaucracy behind them, why should they worry about the evangelicals?

            Why would any good decent Muslim want to oppress another person’s beliefs and religion?

            Isn’t the Islamic bureacracy doing a good job of ensuring that the Muslim faith is strong among the Malays?

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            • 14. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 3:28 pm

              re: “If the Malays have the numbers and the Islamic bureaucracy behind them, why should they worry about the evangelicals?”

              Even Beijing the world superpower is mighty worried about the Chinese evangelistas.

              re: “Why would any good decent Muslim want to oppress another person’s beliefs and religion?”

              Why would any good decent Christian want to bomb Afghanistan and Iraq back to the 19th century when no WMDs were ever found in those countries?

              re: “Isn’t the Islamic bureaucracy doing a good job of ensuring that the Muslim faith is strong among the Malays?”

              Yes it is. But when the Islamic bureaucracy is merely doing its job – such as running the educational seminars or putting out some timely reminders through the Friday sermons – you people scream that Malays want to oppress Christian beliefs and persecute the community.

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        • 15. Keris  |  June 20, 2016 at 4:06 pm

          “Muslims love to tell everyone about how Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, but it’s more like it’s the fastest growing forced religion in the world.”

          Most muslims do not go around telling everyone that Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world. Certainly, apart from the ISIS militia, no Muslim forces their religion onto other people.

          In the Name of Allah Most Compassionate Al-Merciful

          [excerpt from “Letter to Baghdadi”]

          “It is worth noting that most of the people who became Muslims throughout history, did so through gentle invitation (da’wah hasanah). God ﷻsays: ‘Call to the way of your Lord with wisdom and fair exhortation, and dispute with them by way of that which is best. Truly your Lord knows best those who stray from His way and He knows best those who are guided.’ (Quran, 16: 125).
          The Prophet ﷺ said: ‘Be gentle, and beware of violence and foul language.’ (narrated by Bukhari in “The Book of Proprieties”)

          And while Islam spread politically from Central Asia (Khurasan) to North Africa due to Islamic conquests, the majority of the inhabitants of these lands remained Christian for hundreds of years until some of them gradually accepted Islam through gentle invitation, and not through severity and coercion. Indeed large countries and entire provinces became Muslim without conquest but through invitation (da’wah), such as: Indonesia, Malaysia, West and East Africa, and others. Hence, severity is neither a measure of piety nor a choice for the spread of Islam.

          With regard to coercion and compulsion, Allah ﷻsays: ‘you are not a taskmaster over them ’ (Al-Ghashiyah, 88: 22); and: ‘There is no compulsion in religion. Rectitude has become clear from error … ’ (Al-Baqarah, 2: 256); and: ‘And if your Lord willed, all who are on the earth would have believed together as one. Would you then compel people until they are believers ?’
          (Yunus, 10: 99); and: ‘And say, “The truth is from your Lord; so whoever will, let him believe, and whoever will, let him disbelieve”.’ (Al-Kahf, 18: 29); and: ‘You have your religion and I have my religion ’ (Al-Kafirun, 109: 6).”

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          • 16. Formerly known as FHAAHD  |  June 20, 2016 at 4:24 pm

            ” ‘There is no compulsion in religion.”

            Clearly the Islam practiced in Malaysia is a false version then? Wouldn’t you say so? Otherwise Muslims will be free to convert to any other religion and the non Muslims won’t be forced into converting to Islam if they married a Muslim. If these practices is what the Quran teaches, then there is compulsion in your religion, and please don’t pretend that there isn’t.

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            • 17. Keris  |  June 21, 2016 at 12:41 am

              The paths of Islamic faith are not monolithic. It is of the proper custom (adab) of Prophet Muhammad’s sunnah to study one’s religion with intellectually learned and spiritually inspired teachers. Conviction cannot be enforced; neither can spirituality be installed. Why should you not ponder the meaning and purpose of human life, before you become attracted to muslim women?

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          • 18. Abdullah  |  June 20, 2016 at 7:00 pm

            It is well known that the lectures of the 11th century scholar-saint Sheikh Abdul Qadir al-Jilani (r.a) attracted scores of the learned from all over the world to Baghdad. It happened once, that a hundred Islamic jurists gathered together to forward difficult legal issues to Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani (r.a) in an attempt to confound and test him. The one hundred jurists had composed the most difficult questions as they traveled to Baghdad. They sat in the gathering of Sheikh Abdul Qadir Jilani (r.a) waiting for the appropriate time to ask their questions. Then, sometime during the course of the lecture a bright ray of light emerged from the blessed chest of Sheikh Abdul Qadir al-Jilani (r.a) and shone into the hearts of each of the one hundred jurists. The light could only be seen by them and to those whom Almighty Allah desired for them to witness. As the illumination poured into their hearts, they fell into a state of spiritual ecstasy. Before long each one of them were bowing at the feet of the great sheikh as they repented from their improper intentions. The blessed saint, out of great compassion, then embraced every one of them, filling their hearts with greater joy, while he answered every one of their questions – even though they had never asked the questions they intended.

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        • 19. RINA  |  June 21, 2016 at 10:29 am

          Formerly known as FHAAHD

          Berikut adalah senarai calon yang bertanding dalam PRK Parlimen Kuala Kangsar :-

          PAN : 4,883 undi
          PAS : 5,684 undi
          UMNO-BN : 12,653 undi
          BEBAS : 54 undi
          MAJORITI : 6,969 undi

          Berikut adalah keputusan Pilihanraya Kecil Parlimen Sungai Besar, Selangor 2016
          BN (UMNO) : 16,800 undi
          PAS : 6,902 undi
          PAN : 7,609 undi
          MAJORITI : 9,191 undi

          Tu la kan? Hang rasa pihak mana yang takde pendirian, dulu sokong PAS la ni tukaq angin pula kempen dan bagi sokongan kepada PAN? GE14 nanti galuh dengan Mar Sabu, mana tau sokong parti LEMBU pulak? Sendili tatak bole berdili ke asyik jual muka sana sini? Melayap satu dunia cali ape? Macam tala alah tujuan hilup.

          UMNO/BN steady aje, hampa kata la apapun pasai Melayu and Islam..

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          • 20. RINA  |  June 21, 2016 at 11:41 am

            Formerly known as FHAAHD

            Kamu semua mudah kena goleng. Putrajaya in his hand, road to Putrajaya, WSJ, NYT, Sarawak lepot semua kasi goleng sama lu olang, last last nasib jadi macam video bawah ni;

            Haiyaaa.. Kesian la sama masa depan lu olang punya anak cucu. Bila lagi lu olang mau settle down?

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      • 21. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:28 pm

        Helen,

        re: “Our motherland is apprehensive of these “religious loons” to borrow your label.”

        No, not your motherland because you are not Chinese, remember?

        You are a nyonya.

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        • 22. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:39 pm

          Since when did the Baba Nyonyas cease being Chinese?

          It is Hannah Yeoh who insists Malaysia has “zero Chinese” and that her daughter is not Indian but deserves a brand new category – bangsa “Anak Malaysia” – in the infants birth cert.

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    • 23. where's the logic in belief?  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:50 pm

      re: “These religious loons really need to be schooled for a session or two by someone like Dawkins. It’s all getting out of control.”

      Richard Dawkins says:

      “We are all atheists about most of the gods that societies have ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”

      “I am against religion because it teaches us to be satisfied with not understanding the world.”

      “Religion is about turning untested belief into unshakable truth through the power of institutions and the passage of time.”

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      • 24. Chris  |  June 21, 2016 at 4:10 am

        “We are all atheists about most of the gods that societies have ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”

        I think Dawkins is just being smug about his atheism here and toying with semantics. I do not know that every man and woman disbelieves in almost all other entities that have been deified by every group of humankind throughout the whole of history – and then improvises from there to make God. That’s just an outrageous summation from a mortal being, however intellectual he may be, situated at this point of time and locality.

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        • 25. Dawkins for FKA FHAAHD  |  June 21, 2016 at 11:07 am

          Hello there! any comments from your side on looney religion?

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    • 26. wawe  |  June 20, 2016 at 9:01 pm

      God is All-knowing. No servant of Allah could dispute Allah’s plan. Kun-faya-kun. As a servant, Allah’s knowledge is way beyond anybody’s grasp, we cannot determine or guess what lies beyond any occurance.

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    • 27. metabalance  |  June 21, 2016 at 12:02 pm

      “These religious loons really need to be schooled for a session or two by someone like Dawkins”

      He bases his existence on chance and believes he was a monkey before. So, you want others to subscribe to your belief?

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  • 28. akarimomar  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:04 pm

    They are daring nowadays.
    Bendera Israel Dikibar Di DALAM GEREJA Di Tanah Air Kita !!!
    http://akarimomar.wordpress.com/2016/06/20/bendera-israel-dikibar-di-dalam-gereja-di-tanah-air-kita/

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    • 29. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:17 pm

      This photo might interest you.

      A church in Subang Jaya using a Jewish horn(?) – the instrument has a name but I don’t know what it’s called – during worship.

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      • 30. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:20 pm

        The instrument is apparently a ‘shofar’. It is blown for religious purposes — in Jerusubang!

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        • 31. akarimomar  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:22 pm

          True. There’re lot more to show. We do it one at a time.
          MKini and TMI used to challenged my writings/facts. Now they don’t dare anymore.

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        • 32. Mulan  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:55 pm

          Well this is a call to sound the shofar by a church columnist in the US.
          http://www.churchcentral.com/blogs/sound-the-shofar-a-warning-call-to-all-christians/

          And Malaysia is mentioned.
          “I entitled the article “Brace for Impact” as it was my intent to issue a caution due to recent attacks against Christian churches in Malaysia. ”
          “My attention was initially peaked when I read of Christians who were brutally murdered in Egypt in January. Also in January the world began to receive news of attacks against Christian churches in Malaysia. ”

          This is sexed up. Was there violence in Malaysia that is like Egypt? This is very malicious coming from a pastor. I certainly do not see any Christianity in the article. Only malicious.

          This is like the boy who cried wolf. Misusing the siren (horn/shofar) to call wolf.

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          • 33. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 3:20 pm

            re: “I certainly do not see any Christianity in the article. Only malicious.”

            Yup. It’s the principle of inverse correlation.

            The louder they proclaim their love-love-love (and unity, peace and harmony), the more venomous their malice.

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      • 34. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:42 pm

        Helen,

        re: “This photo might interest you. ”

        A bunch of people trying to keep up with horny Muslims?

        I mean, their birth rate is pretty low, you know.

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        • 35. islam1st  |  June 21, 2016 at 12:41 pm

          ‘God works in mysterious ways’, won’t you say?!

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  • 36. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:27 pm

    Helen,

    re: “He is a Malay man masquerading as a mixed-race little lady of the valley. He is a squat, middle-aged reporter pretending to be a young educator (someone involved in the education line).”

    Most of your other articles do provide verifiable facts and details EXCEPT for this one case.

    I mean, even your evangelista bashing come with photos and names and places and times.

    You seem to know a lot about this person.

    Why don’t you just name him so that readers can verify what you are saying?

    As it is, all these snide remarks from you seem rather meaningless.

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    • 37. Helen Ang  |  June 20, 2016 at 3:08 pm

      re: “Why don’t you just name him so that readers can verify what you are saying?”

      Check in SAA’s blog. He had already been named there.

      re: “You seem to know a lot about this person.”

      I know for sure that he concocts a lot lies.

      But his not-so-secret identity is already known to many, i.e. the pro-Umno bloggers who write in English, the Ministry press secretaries, the Ministers’ pol-secs, PMO officials, NST editors, Media Prima senior execs, Khaled Nordin’s boys, Umno Johor.

      Even the Johor opposition like Norman Fernandez know.

      If you don’t know and can’t guess, then you just lack the political networking.

      re: “Most of your other articles do provide verifiable facts and details EXCEPT for this one case.”

      You can verify internally within its own content. For example, if someone writes in his blog that an elephant is a fish, you don’t need me to tell you that the blogger is lying.

      Likewise, the mercenary claims that his line of work is in the field of education.

      Many of us have already said that he’s in the media and an ex-reporter. Looking at the content, can’t you figure out for yourself if posts are being written by an educator (say lecturer or teacher) or by a journo?

      Or written by a middle-aged man or (pretending to be) a young woman … just like how pedophiles pretend to be teenagers online in order to lure their victims.

      re: “As it is, all these snide remarks from you seem rather meaningless.”

      Not at all. Like I’ve mentioned, Tengku Putra Jumat will know who I’m referring to. Unless you’re Umno Johor, my article above does not weigh on you at all.

      Likewise, those people who matter will similarly know who and what I’m talking about. They feel jijik, particularly at the idea or this squat Melayu with hidung sudu senduk trying so desperately to pass himself off as a young awek cun.

      Eeee,
      geli.

      But what’s entertaining for me is to see the RBA twisting themselves into pretzels to prop up his masquerade. The spectacle is equally entertaining to other online political junkies in the know.

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      • 38. Setem  |  June 21, 2016 at 6:13 am

        quote,”Check in SAA’s blog. He had already been named.”unquote.

        SAA doesn’t publish his archived blogs.

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        • 39. Helen Ang  |  June 21, 2016 at 8:13 am

          Norman Fernandez has provided a clue. The blogger’s initials are ass, ass … how apt.

          Reply
          • 40. Setem  |  June 21, 2016 at 2:37 pm

            You also kaki spin, Helen. * sigh *.

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            • 41. Helen Ang  |  June 21, 2016 at 3:08 pm

              Tell me which part of the analysis above that you wish to counter (yang mahu disangkal).

              Btw, that liar and fraud blogger – who is unable to review data – is becoming more and more outrageous in the stories he concocts at each turn.

              If you read the bits where he’s hitting below the belt, you’ll know they are fabrications. Kecap cerita (peribadi) tu, kejap cerita ni yang direka semata-mata. Your own truth barometer will tell you where it is dia kelentong.

              Bulan puasa some more dia berani buat kerja macam ini. Orang yang betul-betul jahat dan munafik. What kind of Malay would be willing to bersekongkol dengan DAP? Answer: Those whose fiil is like the RBA.

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      • 42. An Ordinary Malaysian  |  June 21, 2016 at 3:32 pm

        Helen,

        re: “Check in SAA’s blog. He had already been named there. ”

        There are private collections of all of SAA’s articles going back for quite a while.

        There is no article in those collections which name the blogger in question.

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        • 43. Helen Ang  |  June 21, 2016 at 3:49 pm

          Check readers’ comments to SAA’s article about the Johor Malay male blogger pretending to be a Chinese female. SAA was the first to out the said blogger.

          SAA also called him a “prepaid”.

          Reply
  • 44. Mulan  |  June 20, 2016 at 2:59 pm

    ““Adakah Melayu dan Islam diancam?”

    Just look at Penang. How many Malay kampungs have been demolished?

    Reply
    • 45. HY  |  June 21, 2016 at 9:50 pm

      how many?

      Reply

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