Monday, July 2, 2012

UMNO : Hudud law in Johore

After reading this news report from the Harakah Daily, it is good to know that Tok Guru Nik Aziz has made the right move by calling the bluff of Kemelah state representative Ayub Rahmat for wanting to introduce Hudud law in Johore, applicable to both Muslims and non-Muslims in the state.  By now, I am sure Ayub Rahmat must have given himself a kick in his own butt for not keeping his mouth shut but knowing these UMNO morons, they just have to say the wrong thing at the right time.  I guess Ayub Rahmat did not think about the consequences before opening his big mouth. If the Johore state assembly were to pass a bill leading to the introduction of Hudud law in the state, one thing for sure, many corrupt UMNO and MCA politicians will be in for a hard time, minus their hands and certain private parts of their body. Talking about that private part of the body, what has that anti-Hudud fella, Chua Soi Lek, got to say now?  Probably,this is another guy who wished he had kept his big mouth shut too.  CSL has been unrelentlessly hounding the DAP for months on end for working with PAS and its Hudud law policy.  I guess he will now have to train the barrel of his anti-Hudud canon at UMNO which will mean he will be fighting on two fronts now, PAS and UMNO.  If this happens, it will further reduce his party's chances of surviving this round at the coming GE13, unless he pulls MCA out of the BN coalition.

Anyway, from Tok Guru to Ayub Rahmat : CHECK MATE, brother!

A call by an UMNO state assemblyman in Johor to implement "true hudud" in the state has been welcomed by Kelantan Menteri Besar Tuan Guru Nik Abdul Aziz Nik .
“To me, I am deeply thankful for this realisation," said the PAS Murshidul Am.
Yesterday, Kemelah state representative Ayub Rahmat was reported as saying that Johor UMNO must take the lead in implementing 'true hudud' before Kelantan did.
According to Ayub, UMNO's version of hudud laws - the Islamic criminal laws stipulating deterrent punishment on serious crimes - will have to differ from the 'distorted' one being enacted by Kelantan as the latter covered only Muslims.
But Nik Aziz said he fully supported Ayub's call.
"No need to throw a challenge, I fully support it.
“Whether Kelantan or Johor implements its first, is not important. Kelantan has had to face hurdles to implement hudud, so if Johor can do it before Kelantan, go ahead," he wrote on his Facebook page.
MCA president Chua Soi Lek who hails from Johor has come out strongly against Ayub's proposal. MCA has been at the forefront of a campaign to stop the hudud law enactment in Kelantan, describing the Islamic laws as 'backward'.
[Source: Harakahdaily]

1 comment:

  1. CSL is useless but a confirmed sex addict.