UMNO PRESIDENT PRIME MINISTER NAJIB ABDUL RAZAK SAIDTUN MAHATHIR, NOR MOHAMED YAKCUP AND CHIEF SEC PROOF INDIAN-MUSLIMS NOT LEFT BEHIND

Umno president Prime Minister Najib Abdul Razak today said there was no distinction between the Malays and Indian Muslims  Tun Mahathir, Nor Mohamed Yakcup and Chief sec proof Indian-Muslims not left behind“Our forefathers all come in the same tongkang If Javanese and Bugis can, why not the Indian muslims ?my forefather are of bugis origin and Tun Mahathir’s father of Indian origin

 

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 Ne
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
 From now on no more Upper Deck is for UMNO whilst the Lower Deck for Kinma.  Kimma, which was formed in 1976, was accepted as an associate member of Umno in August 2010.
He said he was proud to note Indian Muslims in the country were able to be united although their numbers exceeded 600,000 people and also thanked them for their contributions towards the growth of the nation particularly in the field of entrepreneurship.
“If the community splits up into smaller and bigger groups, it will be difficult for us (Umno) to refer to one body which is recognised as the rightful representative of the Indian Muslim community,’ he said.
He also urged the community to capitalise on opportunities available under the government’s Economic Transformation Programme (ETP) to forge further ahead.
Umno’s Supreme Council in August had agreed to accept Kimma as an affiliate party, which gives it (Kimma) privileges like being invited to be an observer at Umno’s annual general assembly and also at the divisional level if it had members in the areas concerned.
People like Ali Hamsa and many others  Malays of Indian Muslims origin  has contributed much to the political, economic and social development of the country,“We must be committed to support Barisan which has a wonderful dream to transform Malaysia into a developed state with higher income within seven years,” he was quoted as saying.The prime minister also reminded  Kimma to adopt an attitude of inclusiveness and ensure it continued to remain strong.

INDIAN MUSLIMS TINIEST OF THE MINORITIES IS A PERCEPTION OR DECEPTION?

When I say Indian Muslim, I mean born in Malaysia, from the period Tun Mutahir to Tun Mahatir.Whose origin trace to the Indian Sub- Continent. We can claim as Malay, try to look like a Malay, present as Malay but end of the day we have to go back to roots, if we want our honor respect from other races in this country. Indian Muslims, though statistically the tiniest of the minorities in Malaysia, totally visible, according toZulkifli Othman the editor. Heck, try going through a day without interacting with an Indian Muslim. This is the realty, then why we are ignored ,why Samy Vellu did not offer one seat to an INDIAN MUSLIM.
POLITICS
The Penang Muslim League which is a Social Organization now, was actually one of the early political parties in Malaysia. It was formed around 1954 and played an active role in politics until 1974 when it was reformed to be a social body. It was an affiliate of UMNO and a Member of the Penang Alliance. It fielded Haji S.M. Idris and Thyub Khan for the City Council Elections and Honorable A.M. Abu Bakar for the Settlement Elections under theAlliancetickets and attained a 100% victory. It has always played an important role in deciding the victory of candidates in its constituency. It is an interesting fact that the Penang Muslim league voted for the admission of MIC into the Alliance. The Muslim League Leaders have been regularly honored with awards by the government since its early years, even during the British rule. The highest of such awards during British rule was the OBE award which carried the ‘Honorable’ title, awarded to A.M. Abu Bakar, the first president of the Muslim League.
Today we all are aware of the ungrateful MIC LEADERS, How they prevented KIMMA from from joining B.N, OUR BROTHERS IN UMNO FORGET.THE HISTORY. THEN,BUT NOW THEY ARE HISTORICALLY SPEAKING,,,,WE ARE NOT ASKING SEDEKAH WE ARE ASKING OUR BIRTH RIGHT AS THEIRS, WHAT IS DIFFICULT ABOUT THAT.WHEN THEY WANT TO INCREASE THEIR NUMBERS, THEY WELLCOME US INTO UMNO, BUT WHEN OUR CHILDREN APPLY FOR METICUKLATION FOR UNIVERSITY ,THEY SAY OUR CHILDREN ANAK KELLING , YET THEY DON’T FEEL REMORSE BECAUSE THEY SAY IT IS DEWAN BAHASA LANGUAGE.,THEY FORGET THAT EVERY MELAYU JATI WILL HAVE THAT DARAH KLINGG, THIS IS A FACT EVIDENCE IN MALAY HISTORY DURINGTHE TIMES OF THE MALACCAN SULTANATE IN THE 14TH CENTURY.
TUN MUTAHIR, a TAMIL MUSLIM was given the an influential post in the palace,he was the seventh Bendahara, post equivalent to the modern-Day Prime Minister, so we start our history from TUM MUTAHIR TO TUN MAHATIR. We are not the debenture labours brought by the ENGLISHMAN to work in the estate. We not squatters, and we are not pirates historically speaking.
The history of Islam is one of the most fascinating adventures of history. How less than 10,000 men “conquered” lands from the Indus to the Ibrarian cost within a span of 100 years after the death of the prophet Muhammad in 634 AD. The Romans used hundreds of thousands of soldiers to maintain their empire. For comparision, let us look at occupation today. 150,000 US soldiers are unable to keep Iraq, 75,000 soldiers are unable to quieten Afghanistan, and 800,000 Indian soldiers are unable to keep Indian Occupied Kashmir docile. So how did the Muslims do it?
It was because Islam was not spread by the sword. it was spread by word of mouth and becuase of the strenght of the message. Neither the Sassanide, nor the Roman, nor the Byzantine empire could withstand the message of Islam.
Islam was also introduced to America in the 7th century (during the reign of Hazrat Usman), in the 10th century (Mali ships from Africa), and the 15th century (Chinese Muslim Admiral Zeng He who reacdhed America before Columbus), in the 17th century (with the African Muslims who were slaves) and in the 20th century (immigrants from the Muslim world who came as students and as immigrants).
Before the time of the prophet Arabia was fractured by tribe, ethnicity and geography. Witin a short span of a few decades the Arabian peninsula was united under the banner of Islam.
 

Dato’Haji Thasleem Mohamed Ibrahim  with his sidekick
 we are not able to reach to conclusions on many issues of importance because our thoughts are incoherent and disorganized. It is like having a road in front of us and the road is broken and has gaps after every few feet. But we assume that the road is smooth and continuous.
Resultantly, we keep falling in those gaps. We mix up a lot many issues in a flood of confusion.
We will say that Islam is a complete way of life and then divide the affairs of life into ‘secular’ and ‘religious’. Isn’t Islam a religion and it is complete? Then why this division? We will, however, not prepare a list of ‘secular’ and ‘religious’ matters despite being earnestly requested to do so – repeatedly.
I come across people once in a while who say that that they have ‘made’ hijrah from the West. (We made a hijrah in the Indian Subcontinent and should only read the headlines of one newspaper – everyday.) I am wonderstruck at this huge gap. They will believe that Islam is the best way of life and it is for the entire humanity. But practically they will exclude a significant part of the world from the ‘entire’ humanity and the ‘whole’ world. And they will not see the self-contradiction.
When we emphasize on the need for a huge component of rote learning and memorization in our curriculum then we give an impression that “We have actually tried hard with critical and scientific thinking. But it proved to be disastrous, you know. It did not produce the desired results (???). The students are not hard-working anymore, you see. They want it easy. You know how the new generation is. Our times were different. And you know they don’t send bright students to madrasaahs.”
An eminent speaker I met the other day. He started lamenting that the people do not send ‘bright’ children to madrasaahs. (I haven’t seen any students who aren’t bright – in their own way. Just as I haven’t seen any ‘ordinary’ and ‘common’ human beings in my life.) On the other hand, he was complaining that the syllabi of these institutions are extremely old. He did not realize why the people should send their ‘bright’ children to madrasaahs if the syllabi are so outdated.
I could not understand why the ‘bright’ students should be sent to these institutions if the curriculum is not up-to-date. How could or will an up-to-date teacher teach an outdated curriculum is beside the point. As if it was not enough, the respectable speaker started complaining about the graduates of madrasaahs. This wasn’t enough either. He was of the view that the madrasaahs should completely teach the Tafseer of the whole Qur’an and a student must necessarily go over the entire Qur’an – at least in translation.
I could not get a definite answer to my question about what was the real problem; the curriculum, the methodology, the students not being ‘bright’ or the Qur’an not being taught in full. We face a difficulty in staying focused on one subject while communicating with the ‘traditionally’ educated. With much difficulty I drew the attention of the gentleman to the core issue as he frequently stepped into sideways.
The ‘modern’ educated are very much appreciable in this regard. As a people, however, we need to develop a habit of staying with the problems longer. It will require that we stop repeating those sentences which we have heard a thousand times. The situations demand that we start ‘chewing the cud’.
We will talk about the need for more engagement with the fellow countrymen of other Faiths but will establish and perpetuate those educational institutions which are the antithesis of cohesion and engagement. Without noticing the self-contradiction. We will talk about Haqq-O-Baatil and will advise, too, for adhering to the former. We will, however, not call a spade a spade. We will still beat about the bush and stay away from the crux of it.
We read a lot of articles from many writers from all over the world. This is very important. But there is one apprehension. We might think that the journalists from across the globe will provide a solution to the problems. If we do so we may be mistaken. How could those who do not have the whole picture (who aren’t sure where the man has come from, what is he expected to do on earth and where is he going to) provide a solution to the vexed (???) problems of the world? If they still do that, it will be rare and, of course, admirable.
We are extremely concerned about educating every Muslim child but we do not know why we should do that. So we don’t know the reasons of this concern for Muslims which has become a kind of fashion now. It gives an instant impression that “I am in a much better situation, thank God.” No, we are not “in a much better situation”.
We ALL are poor (muflis). But there is something that does not allow us to concede that we are poor. We go about the idea of reform in circles and circles. I wonder if so many among us are trying to make things better – and for so long – then why don’t we see the results? The incoherence and disorganization in our thoughts is the diehard enemy of results.
Please don’t ever get impressed by quotations from Qur’an or Hadeeth or from history etc. It is most likely that the quotations will be out of context – ignoring the broader picture. It is most likely that we belong to a situation like Makkan and the quotation is of a Madeenan context, for example. There is also a slight chance that we may not be belonging to either of the two periods.
There is a possibility that the quotation is from a person who is sure about everything and has never been slightly confused about even a few things. May be the quotation is a result of deep conditioning. May be the sermon is from someone who has never tried to put all the ideas (or pieces of a jigsaw puzzle) in order and organize them. So we shouldn’t take chances.
The incoherence and disorganization in our thoughts (which naturally leads to incoherent and disorganized actions – and there is no force that can stop it from happening) is eating into our vitals. What to do now? We need to be watchful in our conversations. We have to very carefully and critically listen to every speech or read every piece of writing (including this one). We have to be many times more cautious than we have ever been.
We shouldn’t do so only when we are in the gathering of ‘others’. We need to do this even more when we are in ‘our own’ gatherings. If we do not do so, the discourse will not change which is precisely what we need to change. We will not be moving to the second stage which is long overdue. This is the price that we as a people have to pay for a CHANGE which we all are yearning to see.
Why did Pastor Terry Jones decide to go ahead with the burning of a Quran after promising never to do so in September? How did a radical act by this fringe individual in Florida lead to several days of massive protest and violence in Afghanistan? What is the relationship between this sort of extremism and the world’s religious traditions?
In the wake of these events, Odyssey Networks discussed these questions and more with Imam Muhammad Musri, President of the Islamic Society of Central Florida. The answers are chilling lessons on the power of hateful rhetoric in the age of global connectivity and what happens when religion is distorted to serve the ego and agenda of an individual

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THE MAN WHO BURNEDTHE MUSLIMS ALIVE GUJARAT CHIEF MINISTER NARENDRA MODI IS THE SPEACIAL GUEST OF JAYALALITHAA WHO READIES TEAM OF MINISTERS

Gujarat cop Sanjeev Bhatt’s revelations, contained in his affidavit filed before the Supreme Court, may come as a surprise to many. But for all those who lived in Gujarat during those fateful days and were in the thick of things, the contents only provide substantiation of what they had heard then. A top police officer of the state told me a couple of days after the riots started how director general of poice K Chakravarthy was uncomfortable on being told by Narendra Modi at a meeting to allow Hindus to vent their feelings.Though perturbed, Chakravarthy, a naturally timid person, could not muster the guts to stand up to his boss. So, instead he lamented to top police officers like the person to whom I had spoken. Or at least that is what the officer told me. 

Jayalalithaa

THE MAN WHO BURNEDTHE MUSLIMS ALIVE GUJARAT CHIEF MINISTER NARENDRA MODI IS THE SPEACIAL GUEST OF JAYALALITHAA WHO READIES TEAM OF MINISTERS

Gujarat cop Sanjeev Bhatt’s revelations, contained in his affidavit filed before the Supreme Court, may come as a surprise to many. But for all those who lived in Gujarat during those fateful days and were in the thick of things, the contents only provide substantiation of what they had heard then. A top police officer of the state told me a couple of days after the riots started how director general of poice K Chakravarthy was uncomfortable on being told by Narendra Modi at a meeting to allow Hindus to vent their feelings.Though perturbed, Chakravarthy, a naturally timid person, could not muster the guts to stand up to his boss. So, instead he lamented to top police officers like the person to whom I had spoken. Or at least that is what the officer told me. 

Jayalalithaa

THE MAN WHO BURNEDTHE MUSLIMS ALIVE GUJARAT CHIEF MINISTER NARENDRA MODI IS THE SPEACIAL GUEST OF JAYALALITHAA WHO READIES TEAM OF MINISTERS

Gujarat cop Sanjeev Bhatt’s revelations, contained in his affidavit filed before the Supreme Court, may come as a surprise to many. But for all those who lived in Gujarat during those fateful days and were in the thick of things, the contents only provide substantiation of what they had heard then. A top police officer of the state told me a couple of days after the riots started how director general of poice K Chakravarthy was uncomfortable on being told by Narendra Modi at a meeting to allow Hindus to vent their feelings.Though perturbed, Chakravarthy, a naturally timid person, could not muster the guts to stand up to his boss. So, instead he lamented to top police officers like the person to whom I had spoken. Or at least that is what the officer told me. 

 

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