After reading the following news report from The Malaysian Insider, I was surprised to learn that as a non-Malay, I have "rights" which appear to be greater or similar to that of the Malays, and therefore, warrant a review with the possibility of removing them. Huuuuuh??? I am, to say the least, dumbfounded, and caught speechless with such remarks from these so called Muslim scholars? To me, it is another provoking statement by these UMNO goons akin to the Utusan's "Christian state" headliner. Like I have said previously, as the GE13 gets closer by the day, UMNO and its agents, cohorts, ilks, etc will endeavour to the best of their evil ability to stir the pot of discontent. The urban Malays will not buy it, but the rural Malays will. Datuk Nakhaie Ahmad, Zamri Hashim and Dr Mohd Rumaizuddin Ghazali, must re-think what they have just said because it borders on a "threat to national security" or perhaps they are following the cue from Nazri Aziz who said it is a norm for anyone to utter anything seditious these days. As for Dr Mohd Rumaizuddin Ghazali to remind the Malays to prevent the country from be secular, this is an outrage, as the federal constitution clearly states we are a secular nation. Even our beloved Tunku, just before he passed away, told UMNO not to turn the country into an Islamic state.
Then again, if it is an Islamic state, whose Islamic state are we referring to? The one claimed by UMNO or the one universally practised where there is the manifestation of love, compassion, corruption free society and all the good human values that go with it?
And yet these bozos are still wondering why the non-Malays have stopped voting for them.
KUALA LUMPUR, May 22 – Several Islamic leaders have questioned the loyalty of non-Muslims in the country, declaring today the community’s rights must be re-evaluated if Malaysia is to call itself an Islamic state.