Saturday, April 11, 2015

Datuk Johari said Hadi's Existential crisis PAS crude politics over Hudud: bid to hijack Islam

Crude politics over Hudud

Datuk Johari Umno supreme council member is absolutely right in pin-pointing that we need to dig deep into our consciousness and decipher from where this inferiority complex has crept into the veins of our society.There are people struggling to sort out their inner world for a meaningful life, while others are trying to hold together a damaged relationship, or are trying to raise consciousness in society, change the political system, save our planet and create universal brotherhood. The journey is daunting and often people give up.The argument that’s given usually is that one is too small to bring a change. But no one is too small and no problem is beyond them. The thing is that our attention is rarely focused as we wish to multitask owing to our greed, restlessness and sensory needs.
We get distracted by past experiences or fantasise about the future. So, we end up wasting a lot of time, feel fatigued and frustrated. Attention can go in both positive and negative directions; this power must be utilised in the right manner to achieve the best.Based on PAS's limited knowledge on Islam conclude that thoughts are simple mental phenomena with little consequence. Some people constantly see negative things as they have depressive tendencies and find it hard to be hopeful; others do it out of fear so that they can avoid or master their anxieties. Still others are consumed by rage and envy.
Under all circumstances, one must cultivate a positive attitude with a definite aim. Since we carry infinite Reality within us, we need to remember at all times and under all circumstances that we are not small; we have great potential. If we have the will, we can make a difference.
Hudud has always been an important issue in Pas politics. Often it is also seen as a tool for vote bank politics. especially Muslims, gets politicised and becomes a polarising issue. The net result: Muslims have been effectively kept out of it. that religion cannot be used to deny justice to a community. That is, the Constitution does not bar any faith  when it meets other criteria as well.

 Datuk Johari Umno supreme council member warmed Don't Use Hudud to Poison the Discourse and Polarise the Polity

  It is our duty that we understand our limits in public life and stay within our limits while making public discourse."Now we should allow the matter to rest and we should continue with our work in national interest," said.Datuk Johari UMNO supreme council member 

 Now imagine a small section of Muslims lin PAS , who claim to share Islam, spreading hate and violence. They claim to be defending the same religion you love and respect, but their actions do not agree with your conscience at all. This fringe group is a paradox. It upholds something you love, but acts in a manner you despise
The desire to be politically correct has overtaken the imperative to be politically sensible. Method and order, the favourite weapons of Hercule Poirot, might be usefully employed in analysis The life-blood of our democracy is a covenant, a pact between elector and elected that the quid pro quo for the vote is service to the constituency. The quality of that service is an important (but not the only) factor in an MP’s re-election. This is the one big check that keeps a MP on some sort of practical leash

It’s not moderate Muslims’ fault  fundamentalist Islamic organisations have sent tremors round the world. As a scared world dissects the causes and tries to find solutions, many stress the role of the ‘moderate Muslim’, or educated and modern Muslims who have kept quiet or not spoken up enough in all this.However, it isn’t as simple. To find solutions, it is important not to assign blame to a whole group of people. The first step is to try and understand the moderate Muslim point of view.Imagine this. You have grown up respecting a religion and its holy texts. Along with customs and rituals you have also affirmed a lot of positive values – compassion, honesty, humility, love, integrity, generosity. You are a rational, scientific human being but still give religion an important place in your life. After all it teaches you humanity, makes you a better person and keeps you positive.

Maryam Siddiqui,a 12-year-old Muslim student at Cosmopolitan High School in Mumbai, has won a written contest among 3000 students by answering questions on the Bhagavad Gita. The story of a Muslim girl, who excels in the religious textbook of a totally different religion, has gone viral. India for a change is getting attention in the world for some good reasons.
Maryam has set a great example before our politicians and shown them how tolerance can be practiced. She has proved, just like Malala Yousafzai, that children do have vision and are more tolerant than the society that brings them up. Who says maturity comes with age. Sometimes it disappears, especially if we see the comments made by our ministers like Giriraj Singh on Sonia Gandhi. How ridiculous to ask a hypothetical question with racist overtones. India badly needs to take a serious debate about our obsession with being white. Our geographical location makes it impossible to stay “fair”, and natural to be “wheatish”, but we still keep advertising in matrimonial columns demanding fair women and worshipping whiteness. We urgently need to debate this absurdity.
Chetan Bhagat is absolutely right in pin-pointing that we need to dig deep into our consciousness and decipher from where this inferiority complex has crept into the veins of our society.
While our grown-up ministers make immature comments (mind you, I am not using the word “childish” because my example of a 12-year-old girl shows that maturity is not a trait of any particular age), we need to listen more to the voice of the coming generation of India.
It has always been this experimenting India that I loved – an India that has refused to limit itself by religious boundaries and has excelled in multiculturalism, diversity and tolerance.
Maryam Siddiqui is India´s Malala Yousufzai. She is telling us to create a new India where religion should not stop us from mingling, marrying and communicating with each other. Our country has seen many brave women from the Muslim community that have shown leadership and contributed enormously to bringing India on to the world stage. Take the dilapidated Bollywood film industry of today, which lacks proper themes and vomits one unrealistic film after the other with silly item numbers. I guess that is where the eve-teasing term “maal” or “item” comes from. You hear that in India in college campuses: Kya item hai yaar? Or: Kya maal hai?
Contrast this with roles played by Nargis Dutt, who was born Fatima Rashid in a Muslim family and made a dazzling performance in “Mother India”. Not only her acting made her unique, but also her real life, where she, being a Muslim, married a Hindu, Sunil Dutt. She was a stark example of tolerance, especially when there is so much societal pressure that prevents girls from taking such a drastic step.
Our society has to really thank the Indian Muslim community for its unique contribution in making India a democratic success. In my view, India can never be a Hindu India. India should, and hopefully will, live up to the ideals expressed by Maryam Siddiqui´s example of tolerance. Maryam Siddiqui and Fatima Rashid (Nargis) have done more for India than many politicians of today, who are teaching and preaching intolerance.
Congratulations, Maryam Siddiqui. I am really proud of having being born in India, which has students like you. You have certainly inspired me. I wish you really good luck in your studies and hope all the people of the world who believe in your ideal will get a chance to hear from you again in the coming years.
I hope India treats Fatima and Falguni (Hindu) alike. It is time to drop all discrimination based on religion and caste and treat Fareeda (Muslim) and Faith (Christian) alike as citizens with human dignity, possessing equal rights. India belongs to both Maryam and Mira.

Presiden PAS Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang berucap di depan kira-kira 2,000 peserta Himpunan Derita Rakyat di Padang Merbok, Kuala Lumpur, malam ini. – Gambar The Malaysian Insider oleh Najjua Zulkefli, 11 April, 2015.

How can one person  emotion have so much hold on you as to wipe away the rest of Malaysians life?

 Traitorous PAS President Hadi Awang TRAITS OF Cheating and deception are despicable characteristics that are beneath a decent person.  Intentionally distorting the truth in order to mislead others contradicts the values of honesty,

Existential crisis grips PAS more shambolic than symbolic: bid to hijack Islam could leave the Malays red-faced an attempt to score points for the afterlife, as expounded by Hadi in his vision, at the expense of Malays in Kelantan

“Verily, Allaah commands that you should render back the trusts to those, to whom they are due”
[al-Nisa’ 4:58] 
 Islam absolutely forbids cheating and deception whether Muslims or non-Muslims are involved.  The stern warnings of the Prophet of Mercy to those who cheat others. Traitorous PAS President Hadi Awang  Cheating and deception are despicable characteristics that are beneath a decent person.  Intentionally distorting the truth in order to mislead others contradicts the values of honesty, which requires an attitude of sincerity, straightforwardness, and fairness that leaves no room for cheating, lying, trickery, or deceit.  There are many texts from the Quran and the Sunnah conveying the meaning that cheating, whether the target be Muslims or non-Muslims, is forbidden.
Accepting the guidance of Islam leads a person to truthfulness, which means a person completely avoids cheating, cheating, and back-stabbing.  The Prophet of Islam said:

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