Is THIS What They Learn in the Mosques
About Being a Religious Muslim?
ORANG BERAGAMA ISLAM
YANG KURANG AJAR
DAN KURANG AGAMA
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Some 50 residents - from Section 23 in Shah Alam - who gathered after the Friday prayers at the state Mosque, placed the decapitated head of a cow outside the gates of the state secretariat building in protest against the proposed relocation of a Hindu temple to their area.
The protesters had marched some 300m from the state mosque to the state secretariat building.
The cow is considered SACRED among Hindus.
Before dispersing, several protesters spat and stomped on the cow's head.
Addressing the crowd, Section 23 action committee deputy chair Ibrahim Sabri threatened:
" If there is blood, you (the state government) will be responsible if you are adamant about building the temple.The MIC secretary-general,Dr S Subramaniam, who is also Human Resources Minister, said PM Najib had conveyed his disappointment when he telephoned him regarding the incident.
"This is a warning. Relocate the temple to Section 22. This cow is a present to the state government. This is a gift from us.
We will not budge one inch, even if lives are lost or blood is made to flow. We will still defend Section 23 from having a temple built there."
"The prime minister was very upset. He promised to look into the problem and nip it in the bud.Selangor executive councillor Dr Xavier Jeyakumar described the protest as "unwarranted, unacceptable and without sensitivity towards other religions."
Some 15 minutes later, the prime minister called back and said that he had spoken to Inspector-General of Police (Musa Hassan) and instructed him to take immediate action."
"These people should have ethics.MIC president S Samy Vellu , > who called it an "intolerable" act carried out by an "extremist group." He called on the government and the police to take action against the organisers of this protest. They must be punished according to the law for endangering racial harmony in this country, he added.
They are inciting racial and religious hatred.
I am going to lodge a police report against these people."
Samy Vellu said,
"The cow is a sacred animal of the Hindus, and for this group to resort to such action, is intolerable and tantamount to challenging the freedom of religion as enshrined in the Malaysian Constitution.Penang Deputy Chief Minister II P Ramasamy< called the protest a "disgraceful" act. "It was very uncivilised and brutish...and the group had just come after attending their (Friday) prayers," the DAP leader said.
It is the right of Malaysians of any faith, including Hindus to build temples and other places of worships.
I am very sad that this group had paraded the cow's head on their way to the state secretariat building.
We must not allow anyone to challenge or ridicule any religion in this country.
I am worried that this action may lead to retaliation from the Hindu community. However, I wish to urge the Hindus especially to be calm and let the authorities deal with it. "
MIC Youth was also appalled and expressed shock over the protest.
The wing's chief T Mohan said,
"It is a very shameful and disgraceful act and they do not seem to have any feelings for the sentiments of the Hindu community.
We strongly condemn their actions and call on the authorities to take immediate action. There are proper channels to express one's views but ridiculing the Hindu religion reflects the shallow minds of the protesters."
Human Rights Party leader P Uthayakumar was disappointed that the police did not arrest those involved in the protest.
He said the Attorney-General's Chambers should initiate criminal proceedings and charge them under Sections 298 and 298 (A) of the Penal Code read together with Article 11 of the Federal Constitution.
Section 298 concerns the offence of uttering words etc with the deliberate intent to wound religious feelings while Section 298 (A) is related to the offence of causing disharmony.
Makkal Sakthi Party president S Thanendran also condemned the protest as a "barbaric" act.
He urged the Selangor government as well as the police not to tolerate this sort of behaviour and to take stern action against the protesters.
"How can a temple disturb the peace of these people? Things can become really ugly if we start raising other questions," he said.
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Dimanakah kecaman Perdana Menteri Najib Razak terhadap perbuatan hina sekumpulan manusia yang mengaku Islam dan Melayu petang tadi?
Setakat ni, kita hanya dimaklumkan oleh Menteri Sumber Manusia S. Subramaniam bahawa Najib ada menelefon beliau untuk menyatakan rasa kesal dan marahnya diatas kejadian tersebut.
Tapi rakyat masih belum lagi dengar apa-apa dari mulut Najib sendiri.
- Apakah beliau takut untuk berbuat demikian?Takut kehilangan sokongan politik?
- Dimana juga kecaman dari pemimpin-pemimpin Islam PAS dan PKR? Apakah takut juga?
- Dimana kecaman dari mufti dan ulama kita? Apakah setuju dengan kejadian petang tadi?
Tak mengapa. Masih ada masa lagi.
Kita tunggu.Tapi, sekiranya esok masih lagi membisu.