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Ibrahim also neglected to mention that the Shariah courts in this country have never granted permission for anyone ‘born’ to Islam to leave it. So even if Lina had gone to the Shariah courts, enduring yet more years of harassment and humiliation, she would have not only been denied her freedom as supposedly guaranteed by Malaysia’s constitution, but she also would have been undoubtedly thrown into a government ‘religious purification centre’ (a prison) for ‘treatment’.
Malaysian terrorist Azahari Husin did not kill any Christian in Malaysia since he was active in Indonesia before he was killed by Indonesian policemen.
We are supposed to be comforted by the fact that Azahari killed no one in Malaysia? For some reason I find that hardly comforting. And ‘active’ is of course a euphemism for actively murdering Australians, hotel guests, tourists, party-goers, and anyone else who was unfortunate enough to be in the vicinity of Azahari Husin’s explosives. And where did Azahari Husin get these unfortunate ideas from and who was he with at the time? Ibrahim, would you care to explain that? Azahari certainly wasn’t living in Indonesia when he decided to ‘serve a higher cause’.
Regarding the difficulty for the Christians to acquire land lots to build new churches, their difficulty was not due to the protests from the Muslims but they have to fulfill the laws and by-laws in the cities or towns where the churches were intended to be constructed.
Ibrahim won’t tell you that these Malaysian laws and by-laws are designed to discriminate precisely against non Muslim houses of worship. For example of this, consider one Catholic church in Malaysia which took 28 years to construct and was finally completed in 2005. Most of that 28 year period was taken up with wrangling with the Muslim authorities over construction and permit issues. The Roman Catholic Church of the Divine Mercy in Shah Alam was only allowed to be built in an industrial estate. Other Malaysian churches are forced to operate in shop lots — and the unlucky ones get demolished. And don’t forget that 79 temples have been destroyed in the last 54 years in this country. That’s how ‘fair’ these Muslim-written laws and by-laws are.
By spreading the false news about Islam’s persecution of Christians in Malaysia, it is very serious and bad strategy for Muslims and Christians in Malaysia because if Muslims and Christians happen to believe and react to such false news, the imagined attacks may become real.
So far, the only person spreading ‘false news’ about Islam’s persecution of Christians in Malaysia is you, “Ibrahim.” And note the naked threat of violence here — if we infidels don’t stop complaining about the persecution which Ibrahim vehemently denies existing, well, then we could be attacked by, um, someone. Attacked by Buddhists perhaps? Or might those people be your co-religionists, Ibrahim? And would you be among them?
Do not put Malaysia in the same categories with other countries where there wars or killings between Muslims and Christians like happening in Sudan and Nigeria and some other majority Muslim countries.
How dare I put Malaysia in the same category as other Muslim-ruled states! Where would I get the idea that Muslims would carry out large scale killings of Christians? Oh that’s right — it’s already happening and been happening in many majority Muslim countries. Sudan and Nigeria are the mere tip of the iceberg. Never mind the vicious, systematic persecution of Christians by Muslims that occurs on a daily basis in virtually every Muslim-controlled country.
The shameless apologetics and outright lies of “Ibrahim,” with a touch of menace thrown in, are typical of his kind. Is any Malaysian Muslim (Malay) willing to publicly disavow himself or herself from the injustice and persecution that are the hallmarks of the Muslim maladministration of Malaysia? The next one I hear about will be the first.
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