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Malaysia: Muslims Call For More Stringent Laws To Deter Insults Against Islam


When the minions of Mohammed are not busy trying to change history, they’re busy trying to change the law …

Daniel 7:25a, “He shall speak pompous words against the Most High, Shall persecute the saints of the Most High, And shall intend to change times and law …”

The Sun Daily – “The Pertubuhan Penyatuan Pembelaan Melayu Malaysia (PPPMM) today urged the government to enact a more stringent law that will deter individuals from belittling Islam.

Its president, A.Rahman Mahadi said the law was crucial in the wake of such acts being committed rampantly particularly during Ramadan right up to Aidilfitri.

‘PPPMM sees the existing provisions as no longer relevant and lax. We are concerned that people will perceive the government as weak in enforcing the law and would feel provoked to take matters into their own hands,’ he told reporters at a peaceful demonstration staged by about 30 people at the surau of a resort near Sedili Besar here, that was claimed to have been used for Buddhist religious activities.

He also said the Home ministry should not remain silent, “to prevent the different communities in the country from becoming disunited”.

‘PPPMM wants the public particularly the young generation to remain united and to remember the social contract adhered to in the country. They must take the nation’s history to heart for the sake of preserving harmony,’ he said.” Source – The Sun Daily.

Flashback: Malaysia: Politician Asks Authorities To ‘Take Stern Action’ Against Those Who ‘Belittle Or Tarnish The Image Of Islam’ – “A Puteri Umno delegate today called on the authority to take stern action against the individuals who belittle or tarnish the image of Islam in the country… She said there were political parties, including PAS, which had been manipulating Islamic religious issues, including the proposed hudud laws, just to get the people’s support as they knew that the issues were close to the Malays’ hearts.” Read more.

Flashback: Malaysian Clerics Ban Sale Of Soccer Jerseys Containing ‘Dangerous’ Cross Symbol, ‘You Are Only Promoting The Devil’ – “The small street seller had all the European club jerseys ready for sale on Saturday evening, as passersby wanted to grab their favorite international shirt ahead of this month’s Euro 2012. But for Portugal fans, the jersey was nowhere to be found. ‘We are not allowed to sell the jersey because it shows a cross,’ the shopkeeper told Bikyamasr.com. ‘I still love Portugal and will be rooting for them, but we are an Islamic country and don’t want to get people angry,’ he added.” Read more.

Flashback: Non-Muslims in Malaysia Who Recite Quranic Verses ‘Insincerely’ Can Be Charged With Blasphemy – “The government can take action against people who abuse Quranic verses for certain interests and dispute all forms of worship by Muslims in this country. Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Jamil Khir Baharom said this followed the special conference of the National Fatwa Council on Dec 3 last year to discuss issues including abuse of Quranic verses. ‘The muzakarah agreed that non-Muslims who cite Quranic verses according to their own understanding without sincerity is an affront to the sanctity of al-Quran and can cause doubt and slander in society,’ he told Dewan Rakyat today.” Read more.

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  1. Mike
    08/13/2013 at 9:18 PM

    More of Muhammad’s extended narcissism trying to protect itself, protecting the sick, inner Muhammad by projecting the false, outer Muhammad through the imagined “allah”.

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