A crowd of more than 12,000 people thronged the event at the church in Wan Azizah’s DUN constituency – see Hannah Yeoh’s tweet below.
Julian Leow Beng Kim said it was “with humility and meekness that [he] accept this appointment as the fourth Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur”. Continue reading “Gereja: Uskup Agung KL dilantik adalah “pilihan Allah””
Kata Lim Kit Siang dalam kenyataan akhbarnya hari ini:
“To Malaysian men and women, these ‘irresponsible politicians‘ described by Najib are mostly to be found in Umno, and on a number of occasions not excluding Najib himself […] This illustrates the wide gulf between the thinking and perceptions of the Prime Minister and Malaysians of reason and moderation.”
Kit Siang menegaskan bahawa pihaknya bersifat sederhana dan bertolak ansur tetapi Umno dan penyokong parti itu tidak. Continue reading “Umno disalahkan DAP atas kemelut Allah yang berpanjangan”
The Malaysian Insider has the headline ‘Archbishop Pakiam prays that PM will remember where he came from‘. TMI quoted Archbishop Emeritus Murphy Pakiam as saying: “You think I am not angry? But he is the prime minister, so I have to pray to God to please help him do his duty for the whole country and not just Umno.”
Continue reading “Archbishop Emeritus fears Perkasa will bomb the churches”
Antara hujah yang paling digemari kelompok Firsters ialah bagaimana sekolah-sekolah mubaligh (Convent, LaSalle, Methodist dsb) telah mendidik tokoh-tokoh Melayu kita.
Najib Razak, misalnya, belajar di SMK St John manakala Rafidah Aziz di SMK Convent Bukit Nanas.
Firsters juga suka mendabik dada mengatakan budak Melayu yang menuntut di sekolah mubaligh tidak dimurtadkan malah tetap Muslim yang tidak pernah terluntur iman.
Continue reading “Convent Bkt Nanas bantah pengetua kerana Melayu, Muslim?”
Over the last six months, Bishop Paul Tan Chee Ing has given just Malaysiakini alone more than 20 interviews. For those of you who cannot access the pro-opposition news portal which is for paying subscribers only, you can alternatively click on the FMT interviews, here.
Continue reading “Bishop Paul Tan and the political animals”