Tuesday, September 12, 2006

No Record Of Malay-Christian Organisation In Malaysia.

A total of 106,820 public and non-governmental organisations have been registered with the Registrar of Societies (ROS) but there is no Malay-Christian organisation, the Dewan Rakyat was told Tuesday.

Also, the ROS had no record or had received any information about the said organisation, Home Affairs Ministry parliamentary secretary Datuk Paduka Abdul Rahman Ibrahim said.

Replying to Datuk Mohd Said Yusof (BN-Jasin), who wanted to know about a Malay-Christian movement said to be propagated via the short-messaging service, Abdul Rahman urged the public to report to the ROS if they have valid proof and was sure of the existence of such a movement. "We will investigate and take action," he said.

Every registered organisation is required to send annual reports and statement of accounts to the ROS, he said, adding that action would be taken if an organisation or association is found to have manipulated the accounts. He said the ROS also conducted surprise visits to organisations to check on their activities. A total of 635 checks have been made so far this year.

"The ROS also investigated 148 complaints this year and five investigation papers have been open to determine all the organisations are operating in accordance with the regulations and constitution," he added.
_BERNAMA

**** With that it is hoped that the irresponsible pricks who have been spreading vicious rumours about this, to unnecessarily heighten tensions, remain silent or be silenced with an all-expenses paid sojourn in Kamunting.

15 Comments:

Blogger NickTay said...

Think about it...If there was one, do you think it would be official??

1:59 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Gallivanter said...

nicktay has a point. :-)

2:08 PM GMT+8  
Blogger The Malaysian. said...

That's a good point NickTay. Still, even a clandestine organisation, in especially so 'sensitive' a subject will ultimately be found out.

2:11 PM GMT+8  
Blogger The Malaysian. said...

Ditto galivanter.

2:26 PM GMT+8  
Blogger Billy said...

I've got the funny feeling that this could be a covert operations of UMNO Youth. After stirring up the curry pot on Malays in Penang being marginalised, the Chinese would take advantage of UMNO when they are weak and the rotation of the CM in Penang, this could be another ploy. Politics in this country have come to such low down level that you just can't but think of the obvious. Correct me if I am wrong.

4:04 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Hadhari Man said...

This is the work of a few fanatics out to cause trouble. Raising the spectre of religion in danger is a favorite among these crackpots.

5:38 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is it such a big deal for a Malay to embrace a religion other than Islam? This is a globalised world of the 21st century for goodness sake.

9:17 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very obviously, UMNO/PAs are acting for God but have gone way too far that they are now God themselves. Islam is just a name they are using but not practising.

7:18 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Being a Malay with no religious belief, I am sick and tired of this Malay-is-Islam-is-Malay kind of mentality among UMNO politicians. If there is such an Organization, it will receive my full vote. Article 11 was written by some religious bigots. Whoever having a slightest thought that a Malay is first a Muslim should see a shrink. They read history but obviously chose to igore it.

5:46 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous concerned_citizen said...

As a concerned citizen, correct me if i am wrong, but isnt it true that a malay is a person who is loyal to the king (malay kings - current and old)? When the malay kings of old, converted to islam, did it not then be an instruction from the kings that all his people take on islam as a faith and that from that point on all malays(Melayu) are muslims? The only exception was Hang Jebat. ... and they killed him.

4:16 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Muhammad Abdul Hafiz said...

I believe there is no heriditary or congenital religion. We cannot force religion on anybody. If we want our children embrace ours, we must work hard to educate them early about the religion, show them the good side of it, answer their curiosities, and let them chose their own religion. If we have done a good job, we will not be frustrated with their choice. Was Muhammad (pbuh) a Muslim before receiving his Wahyu in Heera Cave? Or was he agnostheic? Do we consider his way of life before wahyu as Sunnah?

7:59 AM GMT+8  
Anonymous Muhammad Abdul Hafiz said...

All Muslim must observe and respect the law that is created by Allah - the law of the nature (it comes with many names - karma, cause and effect, physics). Qhusyuk mean live our life by respecting this law.

If a Muslim community is uneasy with Malay converting to other religion, look for the cause, the root of the problem and rectify it. It is of no use to bark to anybody or brutally endorsing man-made laws, its like beating your car when it breaks down... you know what i mean. Be rational, use our brain, sure we have one.

8:11 AM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well of course they're not registered with the ROS. Think about the prosecution they'll get. Even if they wanted, I'm so sure the ROS would have a milleniums worth of "oh, we're busy today, please come back tomorrow" excuses to delay such a registration.

One must wonder if it's really about religion/race issues or whether certain groups are just sadistically imposing their views on other inviduals of their own, the same as how a bully finds pleaure manhandling the inferior.

5:14 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why on earth would they want to register it?They will probably end being tortured,rehab centres...all the works

I had the priviledge in knowing a few malay "underground" christians in malaysia...& i really pity them...

6:43 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well said Muhd Abdul Hafiz.

9:00 PM GMT+8  

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