Friday, September 05, 2008

Malaysia Today menghina Islam?

Menurut berita terkini The Star online, JAKIM dan beberapa badan dan NGO Islam termasuklah Yayasan Dakwah Islamiah, JAWI, Majlis Agama Islam Wilayah Persekutuan, IKIM dan lain-lain telah membuat laporan polis terhadap beberapa artikel yang dianggap menghina Islam di dalam laman web terkemuka Malaysia Today yang dikendalikan oleh Raja Petra Kamarudin.

Menurut laporan The Star:

The allegedly offensive articles cited by Jakim were "I promise to be a good, non-hypocritical Muslim" and "Not all Arabs are descendants of the Prophet".

Among others, Raja Petra wrote "only Muslims pretend to be good when they are actually bad" and compared Prophet Mohammad to Osama bin Laden.

Saya secara peribadi menyokong hak kebebasan bersuara, ianya tidak harus dikekang atau dihalang. Kematangan dan kemajuan rakyat terserlah apabila semua pihak boleh menyuarakan pandangan, mengkritik dan dikritik secara bebas dan terbuka.

Walaubagaimanapun setiap kebebasan itu tidaklah mutlak. Di sana ada peraturan dan kawalan bukannya untuk mengekang atau menghalang tetapi bagi menjamin keharmonian hidup, sifat hormat menghormati dan faham-memahami.

Islam sendiri menjamin kebebasan kepada penganutnya, namun kebebasan itu tidak mutlak dan tertakluk kepada ketentuan dan peraturan Allah swt dan Rasul Nya saw. Sebagai seorang Muslim kita menerima ketentuan dan peraturan ini bukan sebagai kekangan atau halangan tetapi sebagai sesuatu yang kita yakin akan menjadikan kita seorang Muslim yang baik.
Sebelum ini dalam posting saya, secara jelas saya menyebut bahawa saya menentang sebarang usaha untuk mengawal laman-laman web dan blog di negara kita. Kerana sebagai seorang warganegara yang bertanggungjawab kita akui telah ada undang-undang dan peraturan yang mengawal kita. Jika mana-mana pihak didapati telah menghasut atau melanggar mana-mana undang-undang maka dakwalah ia di mahkamah.

Dan dalam hal ini jika benar Malaysia Today telah menerbitkan artikel yang menghina Islam saya tanpa ragu-ragu mengesyorkan agar ia disiasat dan jika perlu di dakwa di mahkamah. Kalau akhbar Denmark yang jauh dipelosok sana dunia telah menghina Rasulullah saw lalu kita bangkit protes, saya rasa tiada pihak yang istimewa dan mengatasi undang-undang dalam negara kita, hatta Raja-raja Melayu pun boleh didakwa atas kapasiti peribadi mereka.

Saya harap NGO dan badan siasah Islam yang lain mengkaji artikel-artikel terbabit dan jika benar ianya menghina Islam, maka wajarlah kita menyatakan bantahan.

24 comments:

AnakMudaParlimenBatu said...

Uncle,
Ini payahnya apabila seseorang itu beragama Islam tetapi pemikiran bebas, meletakkan agama itu terlalu mudah sangat,inilah jadinya....

Rakan2
Jangan Lupa layari blog saya di http://khairilazuar.wordpress.com
bagi komen setiap artikel yang saya tulis. …ada artikel baru

dasuki_tmc said...

nak berkata yang benar pun tak leh ke?
kalau salah tegur, jangan ambil tindakan yang melanggari syariat Islam.
kalau tak mahu ditegur, baru boleh ambil tindakan yang sewajarnya dan diberi nasihat ke atau seumpanya.

jangan jadi macam firaun, mengaku tuhan, kata dia yang benar konon, tapi firaun digolong dalam kumpulan apa?
tapi tak jadi heran sesungguhnya Nabi Muhammad yang menyampaikan seruan kebenaran Allah pun ada yang menentang, pak saudara beginda sendiri, Abu Lahab, inikan pula manusia biasa, fikirlah secara waras berpandukan syariat Islam.
maaf dari: cucu orang utan......

Anonymous said...

Salam. Saya ingin mencadangkan agar sesiapa yg ada akses kpd artikel tersebut, agar dpt berkongsi dengan semua. Takut2 kita ulas benda yg x benar.
Sekian. Wassalam.

Ridzuan

abalong1979@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

bro roslan,

Wa lama pantau blog RPK ni. Mmg kalo bab ade kena mengena ngan islam, PAS dan sewaktu dengannya, maka ade sahaja suara2 yang menentang dan merendah2kan perjuangan n syiar islam itu. Yg sedihnya bukan sahaja komen dtg dari non muslim, malah yg muslim pun tumpang sekaki!! Ape nak jadi dengan mereka ni!

Saman? Kalo bab hina islam, 100% wa sokong! Takde kompromi dlm bab ni!

Islam Untuk Semua

TAKBIR!!

..manshahirfriends..

Zolkharnain Abidin said...

Dampingi dia, inilah tugas kita. Kita masih memerlukan khidmatnya...

Anonymous said...

Sememangnya benar, sudah terlampau banyak artikel dan komen-komen yang ada di dalam Mtoday tu menghina Islam. Dari isu pengguna nama Allah, Kes pengkebumian mualaf, Kes murtad, negara Islam, undang-undang Islam dan sebagainya diperlekehkan oleh mereka. Ini termasuklah 'Melayu Islam' yang sekular dan jahil yang menyokong sentimen anti islam ini.

Fadzley said...

Assalamu alaikum...
Nak mintak saudara roslan periksa kenyataan di bawah ini sama ada betul @ tak?

Teresa Kok mengepalai satu petisyen penduduk di Puchong kepada Datuk Satim Diman (ADUN Seri Kembangan) mencadangkan agar azan diperlahankan kerana didakwa menggangu ketenteraman penduduk. Ianya sama seperti cadangan Tan Seng Giaw (Ahli Parlimen Kepong) dalam parlimen pada tahun lepas. tindakan itu jelas menentang Islam? Kalau betul, nampaknya banyak lah kerja org2 PAS utk berdakwah dgn org2 yg tak faham apatahlagi memusuhi Islam. Wallahu A'lam.

jidan said...

artikel yg menghina atau komen yang menghina??kadang tu yg memberi komen yang lebih2.Macam di blog seorg YB DAP yg bro pnh tegur di sini dulu.Yang tu komen2 nya sgt menghina.

kalau boleh nak tau artikel yang mana.

Anonymous said...

Ridzuan,

Artikel "Not all Arabs are descendants of the Prophet"

NO HOLDS BARRED

Raja Petra Kamarudin

“Raja ada di mana?”

It was my old friend from the Parti Keadilan Nasional days, Zahid Md Arip, on the line. He did not have to even mention who was calling. His very loud “Sang Terubung Raja Petra Anak Raja Bugis” was a good enough introduction. And there was no mistaking who I was speaking to. Zahid had a certain ‘trademark’ that could almost be patented like the sound of a Harley Davidson exhaust pipe.

“I’m at the Bangsar Shopping Centre,” I replied in Bahasa Malaysia.

“How long are you going to be there?” he asked, also in Bahasa Malaysia.

“Not sure. Maybe another hour or so.”

“Can we come and see you? Someone wants to meet you. His name is Datuk Kamal Amir. Hold on, I’ll pass the phone to him.”

“Hello, Kamal Amir here. I would be most honoured if I can meet you. Can we have tea today?”

“Sure, no problem. What time you want to come here?”

“Where are you now?”

“Bangsar Shopping Centre.”

“Wah. Itu tempat orang kaya,” Datuk Kamal Amir joked. “I can be there in one hour. Is that too late?”

“Actually I’m almost finished. But never mind. I will wait for you.”

“Where to meet?”

“Come to the Dome.”

“Who was that?” my wife asked me.

“Not sure. Someone called Datuk Kamal Amir. Zahid’s friend.”

“Who is he?”

“Not sure. Must be someone important though. Zahid only mixes with important people.”

Zahid is the late Tun Ghafar Baba’s grandson and onetime Acting Youth Chief of Parti Keadilan Nasional during the time Ezam was in prison. He is one of those dubbed ‘The Dirty Dozen’, the twelve Parti Keadilan Nasional Youth leaders who crossed over to Umno just before the 2004 general election.

Politically, Zahid is ‘the enemy’. But I still maintain a cordial relationship with him in spite of our ‘political differences’, as I do with his uncle, Tamrin Ghafar, who I have no problems with and meet from time-to-time in the Bangsar Village for tea and sandwiches.

It was more than an hour before Zahid arrived and I was already feeling quite bored with all the waiting. Datuk Kamal was not with him. “Datuk is still in a meeting,” said Zahid. “He is coming along shortly.”

Datuk Kamal arrived about half an hour later. I expected someone big and intimidating, the sort of image you would expect from an Umno datuk. But Datuk Kamal was a small and very decent-looking sort of fellow. Not at all the normal Umno slime-ball and scumbag I had expected.

We hit it off in a mere five minutes and thereafter were chatting away as if we have known each other for years. They say the first few minutes are crucial. Either you take to each other or you do not. That goes for interviews as well. You have to impress the interviewers on the first take. The first impression counts and 50% of whether you get the job or not would depend on this. Thereafter, how you conduct yourself would either seal the job or you get shown the door.

We talked about everything in general and nothing in particular. It was, after all, a first meet, sort of a ‘getting to know you’ session.

“Hai, Datuk,” Datuk Kamal waved at someone walking by. The Datuk waved back and smiled and tried to hurriedly walk off. “Marilah duduk sebentar,” Datuk Kamal said while gesturing to an empty chair beside me.

This Datuk appeared hesitant and looked like he was not sure whether to accept the offer or instead just give an excuse and scurry out of there. But those who know Zahid would know that he is one persistent fellow who never takes ‘no’ for an answer. There was no way this Datuk was going to ‘escape’ and he knew it. So he sat down, whether that was what he really wanted to do or not.

I was introduced to this new Datuk. “Inilah Datuk Syed Rahman,” Datuk Kamal said as I shook hands with him. Datuk Kamal probably saw in my face that the name did not ring a bell. He looked Indian, as some Arabs do, and if I had not been told he was a ‘Syed’ I would have thought he was just another of those millions of Mamaks running around all over the country and making a nuisance of themselves.

“This is the Honorary Consul of Mongolia,” Datuk Kamal said. My face still did not show that I recognised this Arab. “You know, the Altantuya murder case.”

“Oh, that’s right.” Now I know whom this Datuk Syed Rahman is. He is that man always on TV beside Dr Sharriibuu Setev, Altantuya’s father. I inched closer to Datuk Syed Abdul Rahman Alhabshi, now that I knew who he is.

“Interesting,” I said. “I’m sure you can tell me a lot about the Altantuya murder which the newspapers are not reporting.”

“That would be dangerous talking to you,” Datuk Syed Rahman replied. “You will quote what I say in Malaysia Today.”

“No, I won’t mention your name,” I joked. “I’ll just say the Honorary Consul of Mongolia who wishes to remain anonymous.” There was laughter all around the table.

Datuk Syed Rahman started off by saying that the IGP had called him and told him that if Najib ever becomes the Prime Minister then he had better leave the country. “But I don’t care. I have told the Mongolian government that I want to buy a piece of land there and move to Mongolia. I don’t mind even giving up my Malaysian citizenship and settle down in Mongolia. So I don’t care what they want to do to me.”

“Why not then reveal what you know?” I asked. “What is stopping you from talking?”

“It is not that I’m scared. It is just that the court case is going on so it would be sub judice for me to talk about the issue. Plus, as the Mongolian Consel, I need to be professional and not simply talk.”

Nevertheless he did talk, and talk a lot on top of that, after I assured him that nothing would be reported in Malaysia Today and that his name would not be mentioned.

But that was before this. Now that he has gone on national TV and has acted very unprofessionally and unbecoming of a man of his status by ‘spilling his guts’ and lying on prime-time TV, then my ‘deal’ with him is now off. He has opened his mouth and has ‘testified’ on TV about what he knows about the Altantuya murder. I was prepared to keep his secret as long as he too keeps his secret, secret. But since he has now revealed all, then I too should not be bound by any ‘official secrets’ since these secrets are no longer secrets.

Datuk Syed Rahman’s shocker was about them finding the remains of seven or eight people at the murder site. “What? Seven or eight people? You mean Altantuya was not the only one murdered and dumped at that site?”

“Those two UTK are assassins. Their job is to get rid of people. And that murder site is the place where they get rid of the bodies by blowing them up.”

“Wow! This is dynamite.” For once I was flabbergasted and there is very little that can shock me.

“Not dynamite. C4,” joked Datuk Syed Rahman.

“Tell me,” I moved closer to Datuk Syed Rahman. “Did Najib order her murdered?”

“No, not Najib, Rosmah. She ordered the murder.”

“What? Rosmah?” I could not believe it. Datuk Syed Rahman smiled; pleased that at least for once someone could shock Raja Petra who never normally gets shocked by anything.

Datuk Syed Rahman related in great detail what really happened. And what he related was a far departure from what transpired in the trial. Unfortunately, because commenting on an ongoing trial is considered sub judice and can attract a jail sentence, I am certainly not at liberty to also reveal in great detail what this Arab told me. And what he told me was very different from what he said on TV last night.

Maybe one day, when the trial is over, I will be ‘free’ to talk about what Datuk Syed Rahman revealed in the Dome of the Bangsar Shopping Center that day, more than a year ago. But whether I will be ‘free’ in the real sense of the word or whether I will be speaking from behind the high walls of the Sungai Buloh or Kajang Prison is left to be seen. Maybe, after 16 September 2008, I will know.

In the meantime stay tuned to learn more about what the Honorary Consul of Mongolia, Datuk Syed Abdul Rahman Alhabshi, revealed in 2007 in the Dome of the Bangsar Shopping Centre. The story is nothing short of what Hollywood movie scripts are made of.

Wassalam

Abu Qamar

Anonymous said...

Ridzuan,

Artikel "I promise to be a good, non-hypocritical Muslim"

NO HOLDS BARRED

Raja Petra Kamarudin

I promise that, under a Pakatan Rakyat government, Malaysians will never again be subjected to such gross abuse of executive power as we are again witnessing today (7 August 2008). Arbitrary arrest and detention, frivolous investigation and malicious prosecutions shall be a thing of the past. Police officers and prosecutors who launch conspiracies to defame and humiliate the innocent will be severely punished. The use of police powers as well as that of the office of the Attorney General to persecute political opponents will be criminalised so as to ensure a healthy and vibrant democracy where dissent is not only tolerated but also nurtured.

In this regard, every Malaysian’s fundamental liberties will be treated as sacrosanct and safeguarded by a truly independent judiciary guided by principles of utmost integrity and an adherence to the spirit of the federal constitution.

The politically motivated trial launched against me will, Insha’Allah, be the last of its kind. No Malaysian will suffer from this cruel injustice ever again.

Yesterday’s events confirm my innocence from the charges that recently surfaced. The medical report and Statutory Declaration by Dr. Osman Abdul Hamid of the Pusrawi Hospital that surfaced on Thursday shatter lingering doubts as to whether the alleged act ever took place. Dr. Osman’s statement also confirms what we have already stated regarding deplorable actions by the police to fabricate evidence in a manner identical to the manipulation of my case in 1998. Anything short of a thorough investigation into the mishandling of this investigation would further tarnish the credibility of the police.

The doctor’s personal safety is a matter of deep concern to us. Material witnesses in high-profile cases in Malaysia, such as the PI Balasubramanian, have gone missing in the past. I applaud those brave individuals who have demonstrated their commitment to freedom and justice by coming forward with important evidence and I call upon the authorities to ensure their protection.

Yesterday, in court, we learned that the prosecution’s case has, in a manner similar to the botched trials of 1998, shape-shifted from a charge of assault to one of a consensual act. The conspiracy launched against me in the final week of June 2008 is falling apart. There is a hasty attempt by some to patch up glaring holes in the complainant’s testimony. This will certainly fail given the preponderance of evidence confirming my innocence.

The Prime Minister has actively involved himself in this matter in an attempt to derail the process of transformational change in Malaysia and stave off his own political demise. But in soiling his hands with this sordid matter he has deepened the crisis within his own administration. His most ardent supporters among the Malays have also expressed their disgust with the matter. Furthermore, Prime Minister Badawi now faces investigation by the Anti-Corruption Agency for his involvement in corruption and money politics.

The shadow of corruption and mismanagement of the economy darkens the legacy of his Premiership. Prime Minister Badawi has still offered no convincing explanation over the huge profits reaped by his family in the Oil-For-Food scandal at the expense of dying Iraqis.

I advise those around him to leave the sinking ship of his leadership while there is still a chance to do so.

Pakatan Rakyat’s reform agenda is firmly back on track and the New Dawn for Malaysia is well within reach. We will mount a unified campaign to win in Permatang Pauh with a solid majority encompassing that constituency’s diverse population. I look forward to entering Parliament on August 27th with the support of my friends in the coalition.

ANWAR IBRAHIM
*************************************************


That was Anwar Ibrahim’s statement yesterday. It did not come with any heading. But if it did it could have been appropriately headlined: I promise to be a good, non-hypocritical Muslim.

Yes, that short sentence -- I promise to be a good, non-hypocritical Muslim -- which I have chosen as the title of this piece, aptly describes what Anwar’s statement could have been called had he chosen to give it a heading. This is the crux of the problem. This is what ails our society. This is the root cause of the breakdown in morality and lack of values prevalent amongst those Muslims who walk in the corridors of power.

Corruption, exploitation, abuse of power, political persecution, arrogance, racial discrimination, no respect for fundamental liberties and human rights, and much more, are not the problem. These are merely symptoms of another problem. These are just the end-result of the real problem. The problem that breeds all these symptoms of what ails this country is that Muslims do not know how to be Muslims.

Sure, I know, you are going to now scream, “Why target just the Muslims? There are also bad Jews, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists and whatnot. So why just target Muslims for criticism? Why not also whack the Jews, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists and whatnot?”

The Jews, Christians, Hindus, Buddhists and whatnot do not run this country. The majority of the 1.2 million leaders and civil servants are Muslims. The policies and direction of this country are charted and guided by the Muslims. It is the Muslims who practically have absolute say in how this country is run and in what happens in this country. At best, those not of the Muslim faith are merely running dogs of the Muslims. These running dogs lie to their people by claiming that they are looking after the interest of their community whereas they are really selling their community down the drain and subjecting their community to the whims and fancies of the Muslims who are running this country.

Listen to how Muslims talk. They foam at the mouth in defence of Islam. They slander and defile other religions. They declare all other religions as false and their holy books as fakes. They profess only Islam as the true religion, Muhammad as the final and legitimate Prophet, and the Quran as the only authentic book still in existence. Then they do everything that Islam is against without blinking an eyelid as if this is what God Himself prescribed.

No, the non-Muslims do not moralise like the Muslims do. The non-Muslims are not patronising like the Muslims are. The non-Muslims do not talk down to those of other religions like the Muslims do. The non-Muslims do not preach that those not of their religion are the enemies of God who should not be taken as friends the way the Muslims preach.

Yes, there are good Muslims and there are bad Muslims. There are also good people of the other religions and there are bad people of the other religions. But only Muslims pretend to be good when they are actually bad. Only Muslims talk about their religion non-stop while going against everything their religion stands for.

Anwar described at great length what ails our country. Anwar described in great detail what ills our society is suffering from. But all that could have been explained in just one sentence. Muslims do not know how to be Muslims. Muslims do everything Islam is against. Muslims are hypocrites. That is what ails Malaysia. That is the sickness of our society. And that is why Malaysia is a lost cause as long as we have the majority 1.2 million leaders and civil servants coming from just one faith, the Muslim faith.

Wassalam.

Abu Qamar

PemudaPAS Ampang said...

Salam..

Bosanlah dengan RPK..banyak lagi agenda dari nak layan blog dia..

kutucyber said...

Macam Komunis, bila tak dapat berhujah tangkap, seksa, penjara dan bunuh.

Cuba baca artikel yang dikatakan menghina itu, adakah betul-betul menghina atau sekadar untuk mengenakan RPK setelah pelbagai usaha di buat gagal.

Malangnya ada puak yang percaya.

Anonymous said...

zolkharnain..

apa maksud kita perlukan khidmatnya
? khidmat sapa? khidamta RPK?..errrr....matlamat tak halalkan cara

ainon mohd said...

Apabila ada penulis yang belum banyak ilmunya menulis lalu dikatakan dia telh 'menghina' Islam, jangan hukum penulis itu, dia bukannya tahu apa yang ditulisnya 'menghina Islam.

Kepada yang arif tentang Islam, tulislah artikel-artikel yang dapat memberikan pencerahan tentang apa itu Islam kepada orang yang belum 'cerah'.

Melawan tulisan adalah dengan tulisan.

Pandai menghukum tidak membuktikan kita lebih pandai daripada orang yang dihukum.

IbnuAmir said...

Bro Roslan

Baca betul betul artikel RPK tu dan jangan baca hanya tajuk ajer.

Bagi saya ada yg betul dan tak betul tapi tidak sampai menghina Islam.

Lawan secara gentleman la kalau berani dan jangan main gertak atau terus tutup website kerana tidak boleh berhujah.

IbnuAmir

Amer Hakimi said...

Kepada sesiapa yang masih ingin membela Malaysia Today, saya rasa anda tidak cukup kenal dengan Malaysia Today.

Banyak artikel yang disiarkan atau lomen-komen yang disiarkan dalam Malaysia today menghina Islam secara terang. Alasan RPK yang beliau cukup tangan untuk memantau Malaysia Today tidak boleh diterima.

Di antara tulisan yang pernah disiarkan didalam Malaysia Today, ada yang membawa maksud sebegini:
(1) Menganggap ibadat sembahayang sebagai perbuatan tertonggeng-tonggeng yang membuang masa.
(2) Menggangap tawaf kaabah sebagai perbuatan bodoh umat Islam mengelilingi batu.
(3) Menghina kehendak dan amalan wanita Islam Malaysia seperti bertudung dan berjubah.
(4) Menyokong kebebasan umat Islam untuk Murtad berdasarkan kebebasan bersuara dan human right
(5) Menyokong penerbitan tulisan-tulisan bekas-bekas penganut Islam yang telah murtad yang jelas menghina dan memutar belit quran, hadis dan amalan umat Islam.

Mungkin dalam kehidupan kita, yang baik menghapuskan yang salah. Walaupun begitu dalam hal RPK, perbuatan beliau yang membenarkan dan menggalakkan penghinaan umat Islam bukanlah perkara kecil yang boleh dilihat separuh mata. Saya menjadi hairan macam mana ada umat Islam, termasuklah Tok Guru TNA sampai tidak nampak perbuatan RPK tersebut. Walaupun begitu memberi pengajaran kepada kita bahwa TGNA dan lain-lain ulama PAS hanylah manusia biasa yang bukan maksum.

Raimin said...

amer hakimi

Jangan membaca tulisan RPK sekerat sekerat...baca sepenuhnya apa yg dia tulis.

Kadang kadang kita ni syok sendiri sebagai penganut Islam tapi tidak mengamalkan Islam itu sendiri atau menganggap orang lain kurang Islam dan kita lebih Islam.

Raimin

Anonymous said...

Bukan dua artikel itu sahaja. Saya telah mengikuti MalaysiaToday semenjak ia ditubuhkan, circa September 2004 ketika DSAI dibebaskan.

Banyak artikel beliau yang menghina Islam. Malah ada juga artikel yang berupa menyindir Rasulullah s.a.w. Saya masih ingat di sekitar awal 2007, banyak artikel tulisan Raja Petra sendiri yang menghina peribadi Rasulullah dan keluarga baginda.

Secara umumnya kita maklum nawaitu Syed Hamid dan agensi-agensi kerajaan yang mengaku bertanggungjawab terhadap Islam ini. Nawaitu mereka mungkin boleh dipertikaikan. Tetapi ini tidaklah pula bermakna kita wajar membiarkan Raja Petra bebas dan terus bebas menghina Islam.

Salam,
Nurhisham

pakcik said...

itu pendapat RPK. beliau tidak pernah memaksa sesiapa utk bersetuju dan mengikut 100% apa yang beliau kata.

kalau ada pendapat yg berlainan, sila debatkan dlm blog beliau

apa yg beliau katakan dlm artikel itu ada juga benarnya, dan wajar kita renungi secara intelek (bukan emosi)

bukalah minda dan jgn terikut2 dgn permainan sang taghut!

p/s: mengapa blog kassim ahmad yg antihadis dan secara terang2 menyesatkan msh dibiarkan berleluasa. terlepas pandang, mungkin?

Anonymous said...

wahai roslansms
kau nie nm jer Islam
tp bila org belaan korg wat hal..
korg kuarkan fatwa,dalil2 kata xsalah..
bila org BN wat.
ko akan kata trus trg slh..
npk sgt ko nie bkn perjuangkan agama..
tp politik semata2..
malu aku dpt knal org cam ko nie..
malu sgt2..
ko g mampus la sm ngan RPK

Anonymous said...

Ya kalau rpk menghina islam, siasat dan jika sabit hukum. Bukan dgn ISA. yg terang-terangan menggunakan kuasa menentang enakmen hudud bagaimana pula?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous menulis :

wahai roslansms
kau nie nm jer Islam
tp bila org belaan korg wat hal..
korg kuarkan fatwa,dalil2 kata xsalah..
bila org BN wat.
ko akan kata trus trg slh..
npk sgt ko nie bkn perjuangkan agama..
tp politik semata2..
malu aku dpt knal org cam ko nie..
malu sgt2..
ko g mampus la sm ngan RPK

Hello brother tak pasal2 lu samakan bro roslan dgn RPK dan nak suruh org gi mampus............

Sah2 lu ni lepasan universiti sepilok, bodoh x leh diajar, bangang x leh diikut.........

Org mcm kaulah kami malu utk baca komen disini.

TAMING SARI

pondok said...

Saudara Roslan SMS, RPK buat hal lagi..baca artikel No Hold Barred dia pasal tudung yang terbit hari ini.

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