DAP chairman Karpal Singh you have no locus stanti on islamic afairs MALAYSIA ALAGANKULAM MUSLIM JAMATH HAS DEFIED MALAYSIA

History is one of the three sources of knowledge according to Qur’an. Qur’an recalls the landmark events of the past and does so for specific purposes. This is why we notice that it mostly omits the names of persons and does not mention the exact year and time etc. It does not mention unnecessary details. From the temporal (related to time) and spacial (related to space) it extracts what is atemporal and aspacial, not confined to both. This style of Qur’an teaches us a lesson i.e. what should be the focus while studying and narrating history. We get lost in the details of history focusing on the names of persons, places and dates etc. We go into such minute details of the past that the present escapes us. If we teach history with the Qur’anic outlook we will learn the right lessons from the right (or factually correct) stories and will not repeat the same mistakes which is the sole purpose of learning history.

For example, those occasions and events in history which caused division among Muslims should serve as a warning against division and (if rightly understood) should not further divide the Muslims. But this is precisely what those events do – defeating the very purpose of history. There are signposts in history which warn in big red letters not to go in a certain direction. But we make sure that we certainly move in that very direction. We remember the minute details of a historical event but forget the very lesson that we were supposed to learn from it. It is like reading “Deep Excavations Ahead” and falling blindly precisely in the same excavations.

In law, standing or locus standi is the term for the ability of a party to demonstrate to the court sufficient connection to and harm from the law or action challenged to support that party’s participation in the case. In the United States, the current doctrine is that a person cannot bring a suit challenging the constitutionality of a law unless the plaintiff can demonstrate that the plaintiff is (or will imminently be) harmed by the law. Otherwise, the court will rule that the plaintiff “lacks standing” to bring the suit, and will dismiss the case without considering the merits of the claim of unconstitutionality. To have a court declare a law unconstitutional, there must be a valid reason for the lawsuit. The party suing must have something to lose in order to sue unless it has automatic standing by action of law.

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(Bernama) — PAS Youth urged DAP chairman Karpal Singh to show respect for the Islamic perspective on Valentine’s Day.

Its deputy chief, Nik Mohamed Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz, said the party’s statements on Valentine’s Day have been directed specifically at Muslims.

“When we (PAS) advise Muslims, the advice is not meant for people of other religions.

“Issues of morality differ whereby, in Islam, not only is adultery immoral but also close proximity of (unmarried) couples,” he told reporters.

Karpal Singh urged PAS last Saturday to withdraw a statement it had made against observing Valentine’s Day.related article

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Malaysian Muslim party: ‘Hudud law is nothing for you infidels to worry about’

The Malaysian Muslim political party known as PAS is going out of its way to reassure everyone — nervous non Muslims especially — that its plans for the eventual implementation of hudud law in Malaysia (or parts thereof) are nothing, absolutely nothing to worry about. In fact, this PAS devotion to Islamic law is causing a major rift in the forced political marriage that is otherwise known as the opposition coalition ‘Pakatan Rakyat’ (People’s Alliance). The unnatural alliance that PAS has arranged with the decidedly unIslamic yet dhimmfied Chinese-Malaysian-leftist Democratic Action Party (DAP) is threatening to come apart at the seams. A follow-up to this story; “Nik Aziz: Non-Muslims should stop making a fuss”, The Star, 27 September 2011 (thanks to Fatimah):

KOTA BARU: PAS spiritual adviser Datuk Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat has hit out at DAP for making a fuss about the hudud issue “when the party has nothing to do with Islam”.

I really do not know why everyone who has nothing to do with hudud is so scared as if they have seen a ghost.

“DAP has nothing to do with Islam and I want to know its reasons why it wants to leave Pakatan Rakyat,” he told reporters at his residence at Pulau Melaka here yesterday.

He was asked to comment on press reports quoting DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng as threatening the mass resignation of the DAP leadership from the Pakatan council if the Islamic state agenda is included in the group’s election manifesto.

Nik Aziz, who is the Kelantan Mentri Besar, reiterated that hudud law had nothing to do with non-Muslims and they should not be unduly worried.

When asked to comment on the move to include hudud in the lists of Syariah punishments, Nik Aziz said this would be at the pleasure of the Sultan of Kelantan.

The Muslims, whether of PAS, UMNO or some other political party, whether Malaysian or otherwise, can be counted to keep reciting from the same script over and over: relax, infidels, do not fear Islam and go back to sleep. But if Islam is so ‘noble and pure‘ and what-have-you, then why would those ungrateful kufr have to be continuously reassured  as to Islam’s intentions in the first place? Perhaps because Islam is not so benign after all?

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