Monday, January 13, 2014

Arrest Marina Mahathir!













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Perak mufti Harussani Zakaria Harussani has demanded the arrest of Malays who had dared to show up outside a church in Klang to show solidarity with Christians ahead of a threatened protest – read my blogpost dated January 05, 2014 – saying this depicted them as supporting the non-Muslim right to use “Allah”. (The group of 'progressive' Malays had included Marina Mahathir, the daughter of former premier Mahathir Mohamad).
 
Harussani had repeatedly insisted that “Allah” is exclusive to Muslims in Malaysia.
 
I say, go ahead and collar Marina! How dare she stands with the Christians?!

But Marina is just being Marina. She is not like the others who stirfry religion and politics together and add mischief  in with a dash of intolerance, a sprinkle of irrationality and a scatter of hate into the wok. She represents the moderate voice. Really, if we believe in the One God – then whatever names we call Him does not matter, does it?

The question we should all be asking ourselves is ‘Why are we quarrelling over God?’ I tell you I can almost hear God ROTFL-ing at our folly, fatuity and foolishness!
 
And Father Lawrence Andrew is currently under investigation for sedition over his reported remarks over the use of “Allah” in Catholic churches in Selangor. [For background info, read my blogposts dated January 03, 2014 and December 28, 2013]. What stupidity, what idiocy, what foolhardiness! Bolehland is going mad!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Eight goals in the Liverpool-Stoke match on Sunday! The Reds had a good start when they were gifted with an own goal from Ryan Shawcross (5) and Luiz Suarez capitalised on errors from Marc Wilson and the goal scorer slotted in the second (32).
 
Stoke hit back through a Peter Crouch header (39) and a superb Charlie Adam shot (45) before Steven Gerrard made it 3-2 from the spot (51). Afterward, Suarez fired in an angled shot (71) before Jon Walters's strike for Stoke (85), but Daniel Sturridge sealed the win in the 87th minute – his initial strike was saved by goalie Jack Butland, but he stayed alert to pick up the follow-up, juggle the ball and rifle the ball into the back of the net.
 
Liverpool won 5-3 to move five points off the top of the EPL.

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