WE,INDIANMUSLIMS ARE NO BEGGERS PROF DATUK RUJHAN MUSTAFA.DONT’ FUCK AROUND WITH OUR CONTITUTION BEFORE WE FUCK YOU UPSIDE DOWN TAKEAWAYTHE WORD ISLAM FROM (UIAM)

We,INDIANMUSLIMS ARE NO BEGGERS Prof Datuk Rujhan Mustafa.dont’ fuck around with our contitution before we  fuck you upside down takeawaythe word Islam from (UIAM) 

ARTICLE 160 – CONSTITUTIONAL DEFINITION OF MALAY

Diagram of the definition of Malay under the Constitution

First, the person must be one who professes to be a Muslim, habitually speaks the Malay language, and adheres to Malay customs.IT DID NOT SAY

Article 160(2) of the Constitution of Malaysia defines various terms used in the Constitution. It has an important impact on Islam in Malaysia and the Malay people due to its definition of a Malay person. The article defines a Malay as a person who satisfies two sets of criteria:

First, the person must be one who professes to be a Muslim, habitually speaks the Malay language, and adheres to Malay customs.IT DID NOT SAY Untuk itu kami bergantung kepada maklumat Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) dan status Bumiputera tidak dipenuhi oleh ibu atau bapa Amirah, berikutan rekod JPN menyatakan ibu bapanya adalah India Muslim,” 

 Smell  the Stench Of Wet Saifool Asshole  Malay Nationalism 

WHERE THE MALAYS IN KAMPONG BARU AND KAMPONG PANDAN GONE TO? ALIEN HAS TAKEN OVER

Amid speculation that Nasir Safar was the man Prime Minister Najib Razak entrusted to check up on murdered Mongolian translator Altantuya Shaariibuu the night she went missing, concern is mounting that the PM may let his special officer off the hook despite allegedly making racist comments that contradict his1Malaysia plan.

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THE UMNO PIMP NASIR SAFAR SAYS THE EARLY INDIAN IMMIGRANTS TO MALAYA BEGGARS AND THE CHINESE PROSTITUTES

Yes, that man in the blue Proton Saga was Nasir Safar. But the police, who took Bala’s statement, denied it and said that it was a resident from that area and not Nasir Safar. How did the police know this immediately without any further investigation and without taking Nasir Safar’s statement?

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Now a new controversy has erupted. And it’s about the statement that the Indians came here as beggars and the Chinese as prostitutes. Actually, if you were to really study Malayan and Malaysian history over the last 500 years or so, you will find that this country’s history is not just about beggars and prostitutes. It is about much more than that.Since the first Indian Muslim stepped on these shore and spread the religion of Islam, have manage to preserve their culture and assimilated with Malays so this has be come the Malay culture. It was Munshi Abdullah who gave us the modern bahasa Melayu.They say our children are at the a crossroad ,a unique dilemma—are asking whether they are Malay or Indian Muslim?
To find the first Muslims of India, you must visit the first mosque of India, Cheraman Juma Masjid in Kodungallur. A simple mosque, Cheraman Juma Masjid was named after a famous king, King Cheraman Perumal. King Perumal’s capital was in Kodungallur which is now in the Thrissur district of Kerala.

Mahathir was born on 10 July 1925, in Alor Star, the capital of the northern state of Kedah,[8] the youngest of nine children[9] of a schoolteacher and a housewife. His father, Mohamad Iskandar, was of half-Indian origin, being the son of a Malayalee Muslim (who migrated from Kerala) and a Malay mother, while Mahathir’s own mother, Wan Tampawan, was Malay

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*Ambil yang jernih..buang yg keruh…utk pengikut KIMMA..aku bukan anti KIMMA…juz aku perlu jaga indiamuslim.com.my

Appears that the former premier need for self-esteem satisfaction is so high and supercedes all other considerations. He cares nothing for the impact of his behavior and actions, on others – everybody else is just collateral and can be damaged if needed (sounds just like Bush).Its all about his success, his reputation, perceptions of him, only he is right etc… – our course at your cost (you are simply collateral)

AMIRAH TIDAK PENUHI SYARAT
OLEH NIK SUKRY RAMLI

2011/08/25

Hanya lulusan STPM, matrikulasi boleh ikuti pengajian perubatan IPTA

KUALA LUMPUR: Universiti awam di negara ini hanya mengambil pelajar lulusan Sijil Tinggi Persekolahan Malaysia (STPM) dan program matrikulasi bagi mengikuti pengajian bidang perubatan, kata Ketua Pengarah Jabatan Pengajian Tinggi, Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi (KPT), Prof Datuk Rujhan Mustafa.

Sehubungan itu, katanya, pelajar cemerlang Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM), Amirah Farveen Basheer Ahamad, 18, tidak memenuhi syarat pengambilan program perubatan walaupun mendapat 9A dalam SPM lalu.

Katanya, semakan sudah dilakukan pihaknya melalui rekod Unit Pusat Universiti (UPU) dan mendapati Amirah menghantar permohonan bagi mengikuti pengajian dalam bidang perubatan di Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM), Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM) dan Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM).

“Kami mengambil kira semua faktor sebelum menerima atau menolak permohonan dikemukakan oleh semua calon. Dalam kes (Amirah) ini, ada beberapa faktor yang mengakibatkan beliau tidak ditawarkan memasuki mana-mana IPTA.

“Bagi permohonan ke UIAM dan UiTM, taraf kewarganegaraan diberi keutamaan. Untuk itu kami bergantung kepada maklumat Jabatan Pendaftaran Negara (JPN) dan status Bumiputera tidak dipenuhi oleh ibu atau bapa Amirah, berikutan rekod JPN menyatakan ibu bapanya adalah India Muslim,” katanya ketika dihubungi Berita Harian, di sini semalam.

Beliau berkata demikian selepas diminta mengulas mengenai kekecewaan Amirah yang gagal melanjutkan pengajian ke IPTA.

Prof Rujhan berkata, permohonan Amirah ke USIM juga tidak dapat diproses dan diluluskan kerana beliau tidak mempunyai kepujian dalam subjek Bahasa Arab, dan markah diperoleh juga tidak mencapai markah maksimum ditetapkan untuk permohonan program dipilih.
Selain itu, katanya, proses pemilihan dan surat tawaran dikeluarkan berdasarkan pilihan calon, manakala tempat disediakan bagi kursus dipohon (Amirah) terhad sedangkan ramai calon berkelayakan memohon.

“Amirah bagaimanapun masih berpeluang untuk mencapai cita-citanya memperoleh ijazah perubatan dan seterusnya menjadi doktor dengan meneruskan persekolahan di tingkatan 6 atau mengikuti program persediaan di mana-mana institusi pengajian tinggi swasta (IPTS) seperti dilakukannya sekarang,” katanya.

Bekas pelajar Sekolah Menengah Ideal Heights, Bukit Idaman, Batu Caves, itu memperoleh 9A dalam mata pelajaran utama, antaranya Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Inggeris, Matematik, Kimia dan Biologi.

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“We will win, because we are right,
and because reason is on our side.”

IN DEFENCE OF INDIAN MUSLIMS MAHATHIR VS SHITBRAIN GEPIMA PRESIDENT MOHAMED KADER ALI

the man with of the Malaysian Indian Muslim Youth Movement (Gepima)
Mahathir’s mind, Indian Muslims have an essential choice: be Indian or be Muslim. He is not asking them to leave Islam, he is telling them that if they are less India-oriented and emphasise their Muslim identity more, they can enjoy the privileges associated with being a ‘Malay’. He might as well say: “Look at me… I am a Muslim and have become a Malay and the sky is the limit”. What an inspirational speech.
The problem is that Mahathir was speaking to Malaysians in 2008 and not 1948. In an intensely ‘racialised’ environment with a bureaucracy that is very ‘race-conscience’, it is simply not good enough to be more Muslim than Indian.
Many Indian Muslims have been asked to produce their parent’s birth certificates before they can qualify for privileges reserved for the ‘bumiputeras’. When it is learned that they have Indian parents, they fail to obtain the desired scholarships.

It will be a long time before we can get away from framing our discourse in terms of race and religion. I am confident we can, if we all focus on justice, democracy and freedom. These issues unite us all and make race and religion quite irrelevant. I do not deny that race and religion define who we are. But that should not divide us.
If unity is our objective, then we need to get out of the race-religion mindset and focus on our common quest for justice, democracy and freedom. The Indian versus Muslim kind of argument is not helpful. The Mamaks can be both. They are already Malaysians, only that today we are all led by a regime that still uses the divide and rule means to retain power and keep us separate, each in our own cubicle. After 52 years, one would have thought we would have overcome the issue of identity in our politics.–Din Merican

want to be known as Malays and not Indians.
And they do not think this is an outrageous request since the Federal Constitution states that an Indian is a Malay “if he professes the Muslim religion, habitually speaks Malay and conforms to Malay custom”.
These traits are practised by Muslims of Indian origin today, claimed Gepima president Mohamed Kader Ali.

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“I am a second generation Malaysian and I can safely say that from wedding rituals to the food we eat and the language we speak, we conform to Malay customs all the way.

“As such, Gepima is appealing to the government to streamline the laws and recognise Muslims born after independence as Malays in their birth certificate.

“We have been facing this problem for the past 50 years.

“We have written several letters to the National Registration Department but it keeps saying that it can’t do anything about this.”

Kader’s son, 24-year-old Syed Osman Mohamed, cited an incident last August when he went to the Registrar of Companies to apply for a business permit.

“In the forms that I filled up, I stated Malay as my race and Islam as my religion. But the officer called me up and asked me to change it to Indian, based on how I looked.

“He only had my MyKad and it does not state there whether I am Indian or not,” Syed Osman said.

“We feel uncomfortable to be known as Indians, because people automatically think we are Hindus when we are actually Muslim.”

Kader added that Muslims of Indian origin suffered an inferiority complex by being regarded as Indians.

“Our children do not even know how to speak Tamil.

“They only converse in Malay and our wives wear baju kurung or kebaya nowadays, no more the saree.”

A section of the ethnic Indian Muslim community living inMalaysia want to be known as Malays rather than Indians and have petitioned the government to streamline the laws accordingly.

Members of the Malaysian Indian Muslim Youth Movement (Gepima) want to be known as Malays and not Indians since the the country’s constitution states that an Indian is a Malay “if he professes the Muslim religion, habitually speaks Malay and conforms to Malay custom”.
“I am a second generation Malaysian and I can safely say that from wedding rituals to the food we eat and the language we speak, we conform to Malay customs all the way,” said Gepima president Mohamed Kader Ali.
He said since these traits are widely practised by Muslims of Indian origin today, “Gepima is appealing to the government to streamline the laws and recognise Muslims born after independence as Malays in their birth certificate.”
“We have written several letters to the National Registration Department but it keeps saying that it can’t do anything about this,” Ali was quoted as saying by the New Straits Times online. “We have been facing this problem for the past 50 years.”
Ethnic Indians in Malaysia are mostly Hindus with origin from Tamil Nadu. They have become increasingly vocal with claims that they are marginalised in this multi-racial country.
Syed Osman Mohamed, Ali’s 24-year-old son, said we “feel uncomfortable to be known as Indians, because people automatically think we are Hindus when we are actually
Muslim.”
Ali said our children do not even know how to speak Tamil. “They only converse in Malay and our wives wear baju kurung or kebaya nowadays, no more the saree,” he said.

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INDIAN MUSLIMS–IN DEFENCE OF MAHATHIR

by Neil Khor (December 28, 2009)

Indian or Muslim, you cannot be both to be Malaysian!
Just when one hopes for clarity of vision or some astute observation from our senior statesmen, out comes this really strange statement. But to be fair, what was the context and what was the situation that Dr Mahathir Mohamad was referring to?
Former premier Mahathir never minces his words. He tells it as it is. He also does not need the government to “protect” him. He calls a spade a spade. He gives as good as he gets.
In this case, he was speaking at a function organised by the Kadayalannur Muslim Society, telling a group of people who still define themselves by their place of origin to be less tied to their ‘homeland’ and instead focus on being more Malaysian.
He said that for 1Malaysia to succeed, those of migrant origins must be less attached to their homelands. By this, he was referring to a metaphysical attachment to the “mother country”, the reference point that migrant societies often use to anchor their new-found identities in their country of adoption.
To be Malaysian, to Mahathir, means giving up this emotional link to one’s country of origin. He also said that the Indian Muslims must decide whether to be Indian or Muslim. In the context of his speech, this means deciding whether one was Indian as an ethnic category or Malay, as Muslims are defined constitutionally.
Almost immediately, Mahathir was condemned as racist and Islamically “unenlightened”. To my mind, our ex-premier was merely stating a fact when speaking about Indian Muslims. He could very well be referring to himself or speaking from self-experience.
To be or not to be
Malaysia is a very diverse country with a very complex history. Indian Muslim refers to a very wide group. It could refer to a person of Indian ancestry who is also a Muslim; or it can refer to a long-time domiciled group whose way of life is the result of many years of integration and, who at some point in time, have been accepted to be part of the wider Malay Muslim community.
Readers must also be reminded that Mahathir was speaking in Penang, where there is a large Indian Muslim community that have for more than 200 years contributed to the development of the state, particularly in Georgetown.
Like the Peranakan Chinese in Malacca, some Indian Muslims no longer speak Tamil or their inherited ‘mother-tongue’. Constitutionally, they can be considered ‘Malays’. What is particularly interesting here is that historically the definition of Malay as “a person who habitually speaks Malay, practices a Malay way of life and is a Muslim” was created in Penang in the 1920s.
In fact, the Penang Malay Association (now called Pemenang) defined its members in this fashion to avoid the more exclusionary definition then prevailing in Singapore.
In those days, the British colonial government accepted representations from various ‘ethnic’ groups and it was worthwhile for the more urbanised ‘Malays’ of Arab and Indian ancestry to identify themselves as ‘Malays’.
When we became an independent country with the introduction of electoral politics and race-based parties, it became imperative that the ‘Malay’ category be boosted by co-opting groups that may not previously be considered Malay. In fact, in the pre-World War II Pan-Malayan Malay Convention, the Penang Malay Association was excluded precisely on the grounds that its members were not ‘Malays’.
So, to Mahathir’s mind, Indian Muslims have an essential choice: be Indian or be Muslim. He is not asking them to leave Islam, he is telling them that if they are less India-oriented and emphasise their Muslim identity more, they can enjoy the privileges associated with being a ‘Malay’. He might as well say: “Look at me… I am a Muslim and have become a Malay and the sky is the limit”. What an inspirational speech.
The problem is that Mahathir was speaking to Malaysians in 2008 and not 1948. In an intensely ‘racialised’ environment with a bureaucracy that is very ‘race-conscience’, it is simply not good enough to be more Muslim than Indian.
Many Indian Muslims have been asked to produce their parent’s birth certificates before they can qualify for privileges reserved for the ‘bumiputeras’. When it is learned that they have Indian parents, they fail to obtain the desired scholarships.

The conundrum of 1Malaysia

1Malaysia Hype
Mahathir is not racist. He cannot be because he does not believe in race. As a medical doctor and a man of science, he knows that scientific research into the human gnome has made race theories, even the ones employed in his famous book ‘The Malay Dilemma’, obsolete.
His most recent statement about Indian Muslims confirms this but he should go one step further and help UMNO make the transformation from a ‘Malay’ to a ‘Malaysian’ party.
After all, if one can be less ‘Indian’ and more ‘Muslim’, surely a ‘Malay’ than be less ‘Malay’ and more ‘Malaysian’? Of course, Mahathir will say that being Malay is being Malaysian.
Here is the conundrum: the 1Malaysia formula is an integrative one – where everyone should come together based on our common national experience. If that was true, then we all have to give a little. This means everyone – the Malays included.
Confused? It now seems that the 1Malaysia rhetoric has managed to create ambivalence. This is the only way the government can win back the middle ground and yet retain the race-based political set-up.
But you cannot fool all the people all of the time. The reality is that so long as the political structure is based onoutdated interpretations of ‘race’, and is therefore very narrowly race-based, nobody will be “allowed” to be more Malaysian.
Action speaks louder than words, even when one does not mince one’s words. For the BN to truly reflect their own 1Malaysia rhetoric, they have to become more integrated. The political parties in the BN must bite the bullet just as Pakatan Rakyat has done in its first convention. The BN really does not have a choice. It must lead by example – integrate or bite the dust.
As for the Indian Muslims, in a non-sectarian society, theywould not have to make the choice that Mahathir has put to them. They can be both Indian Muslim and Malaysian.
One can only hope that the scales have fallen from the eyes of all Malaysians. None of us need to set aside our ethnic heritage for scholarships or other privileges, and Indian Muslims would not have to be asked to be less ‘Indian’ and more ‘Muslim/Malay’.
NEIL KHOR has recently completed his PhD at the University of Cambridge. He is co-author of ‘Non-Sectarian Politics in Malaysia: The Case of Parti Gerakan Rakyat Malaysia’ (2008).
.Coming to the issuse of “Indians”.Let’s annalyse the term “Indian”.This term was coined to have a collective indentity against the colonial british.In reality it’s fusion of many races Aryans,dravidans,mouguals (if you are going to include muslims,there are signifiant number of them in india with moorish,arab,persian blood-line from coastal cities like kerala,maharastra and etc).They speak very diverse lauguage aryan laugages like hindi,sindhi,punjabhi and dravidan lauguage like tamil,telenku and so on.In short datuk samy velu and karpal singh, both their ancestors had a entirely different DNA,lauguages and customs.even before the pre-colonial era,deepavali was not widely celebrated throghout india.In states like tamil nadu,their main festival celebrated was pongal,in kerela,it was onam,in punjab,it was vasisakhi..later on indian govt forged a common indenity to nationalise “deepavali” to be celebrated by all hindus.The term “Hindu” is very diverse,consisting of many religions like shaivatisim (worship of sivan),vaishanavisim (worship of vishnu) and so on..The reality there are many people,who might have indian ancestor’s like dr mahatir but they eat and breathe malay.today,the term “indian” which was used to indentify people with indian ancestors in singapore and malaysia.Back,in india it’s only one’s nationality,not your race.I do agree there might be some ethnic tamil muslim not tamil speaking muslims.who would like to portray themself as malay.It is bit odd.About me, my grandfather (married my grandma who was malay)came from sindh,which was initially part of india,evetually become pakistan.I am muslim with arab,punjabhi and some malay blood.I might be more related to karpal singh than samy velu,I mean from my DNA.I can’t indetify myself with ethnic tamil or punjabhi’s.So,I would have go to my closest kinsman,that is the malays.
I don’t think it’s fair to label me as a indian.There are also significant number of tamil-speaking muslims,not ethnic tamil muslims..there is difference.some of them can speak tamil,but their dna is arab,moorish(it’s race orginating from northen africa,they are as dark as tamils,they are used by many ancient muslim kingdoms in india as sepoys)they are not ethnic tamils,some of them even have malay blood-line.so the term “indian” remain quite contervisal.end of the day,whom u indetify with that alone matters.I know of many ethnic tamil muslim who are proud of their tamil roots,have vast knowledge in this field
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