Muktamad-Penjelasan Harun Din&TGNA isu Kalimah





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Published on Jan 19, 2013

Maka selesailah penjelasan terakhir dari PAS berhubung isu kalimah.

Kita mintak pula pendirian Najib dan partinya Umco berhubung isu ini.
Apakah Najib sebenarnya menyokong kalimah boleh digunakan dlm bible?
Adakah sokongnya itu kerna takut?
Takut siapa?
Siapa lagi kalau bukan Raja Porno salama ini yg banyak menasihati Najib dalam bidang hudud dan Islam.
Jika itu benar, maka sebenarnya Umno telah diperkuda Gangnam style oleh MCA sejak kian lama,dan kerna mereka telah diperkuda sekian lama oleh MCA,mereka menuduh pula Pas sama dgn apa yg telah mereka alami,sangka mereka pas juga layak diperkuda seperti mereka, malangya tidak.

Sila baca 'nasihat' dan signal MCA/Chua Sex lek kpd Umat Islam dan rakyat Malaysia tak kira umno atau pas berhubung isu ini.

Maka Najib harus segera nyatakan pendirianya jika ini semua tidak benar.
Common Mr Najib and Umco.

Respect court's ruling on Allah issue, says MCA
UPDATED @ 06:48:24 PM 10-01-2013
By Ida Lim
January 10, 2013-http://www.themalaysianinsider.com
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 10 — The MCA today said everyone should respect a 2009 High Court decision that non-Muslims can use the word "Allah" in the practise of their religion.
MCA deputy publicity chief Loh Seng Kok said this when making clear his stand over the controversial "Allah" issue.
The Malaysian Insider yesterday reported him as sitting on the fence over the Selangor Sultan's decree that non-Muslims are banned from using the Arabic word "Allah" to refer to their god.
"The prevailing law with regards to the usage of the 'Allah' terminology has been decided by the High Court via its judgment on 31 December 2009. Based on this ruling, the usage of the word 'Allah' is not exclusive for Muslims."
"All quarters should respect the High Court's decision which ruled that pursuant to Article 11 (4) of the Federal Constitution, it is not an offence for non-Muslims to use the word to non-Muslims for the purpose of religion and there is pending appeal by the Home Ministry," Loh (picture) said in a statement today.
He was referring to the December 2009 court decision, where it was ruled that the word "Allah" was not restricted to Muslims and the Catholic Church has the right to publish the word in the Malay section of its weekly newspaper The Herald.
Local Christian leaders have said that the court ruling still has legal effect despite the Home Ministry's appeal, which is still languishing in the Court of Appeal as no hearing date has been set yet.
Loh further pointed out that MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek had on March 11, 2011 spoken about the use of Bahasa Malaysia by Christians.
According to Loh, Dr Chua had said: "In Sabah and Sarawak, the use of Bahasa Malaysia in the practice of Christianity has long been a common tradition. The national language is commonly used for the learning of the religion. It is used in the study of the Bible, in sermons and also in prayers and is common in Sabah and Sarawak."
The MCA president was also quoted as saying: "Any restraint on the use of the Bible in the national language is tantamount to taking away the non-Muslim right of freedom of practising one's faith."


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