Posts tagged ‘Iain Buchanan’

Militant evangelistas and their ubah agenda

UPDATE: The blurbs (write-up) below are provided by the publisher/distributor of the books.


Two books by Iain Buchanan

Sang Nila Utama and the Lion of Judah

Malaysia has one of the most diverse populations on earth – a product largely of colonial policy, but also of a strategic location between a number of ethno-cultural and religious blocs.

There are few countries in the world where the pattern of ethnic and religious belonging is as complex as it is in Malaysia. (more…)

December 3, 2015 at 2:31 am 14 comments

Evangelistas believe Chinese are God’s new ‘Chosen People’

There are about half a million Chinese evangelical Christians in Malaysia, according to the estimate by author Iain Buchanan (right).

They are very aggressive in their dakwah and have huge ambitions. (more…)

March 3, 2015 at 7:48 pm 17 comments

DECEIT is the evangelistas’ middle name

Angry Muslim NGOs had a meeting yesterday with the Prime Minister at the PMO. They want him to be more stern in dealing with the evangelistas. (more…)

January 31, 2014 at 1:32 pm 7 comments

Umat Islam diasak bertubi-tubi

Iraq terletak di “axis of evil”. Konon. Memang ada orang Kristian malaikat yang suka menggelar lawan sebagai “evil” atau “devil”. Maka atas alasan Iraq jahat, negara itu diserang oleh bala tentera Presiden G.W. Bush.

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“And so, when Islam became the enemy, the reaction was predictable and inevitable: the Muslims proved indignant, direct, and fierce. Their Christian antagonists, after all, seemed to thrive on impiety, aggression, and boundless injustice,” kata sebuah rencana bertajuk ‘Whose moderate Muslims?’ — baca The Mole (24 Okt 2012). (more…)

October 26, 2012 at 9:03 pm 60 comments


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