My Take : Let's start with the basics first. When Muslims refer to Non Muslims as Kaffirs and Infidels, that's definitely insulting! So please act on your own people. People are Non Muslims because they don't believe in your faith and never will. They will never submit that's why. Calling Non Muslims, Kaffirs and Infidels is truly insulting as we have our own beliefs. We have a faith whether Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Zoroastrian, Christianity, Buddhism, Taoism and so many other faiths of the world, long before there was Islam. This is an underhanded way to creating a blasphemy law. I don't believe this guy. It's empowering the Muslims to accuse other faiths of insulting Islam. Look at Pakistan, Afghanistan, Sudan and the 57 other countries. The laws currently are sufficient. They always gave a pass to Islam whenever the Muslims insulted other faiths. This is a diabolical plan to stop scrutiny and be critical of Islam. So when Christians say Jesus Christ is the son of God, they can be accused of blasphemy. Get my drift? People who are so late in history don't want anyone questioning Islam.
Malaysiakini : “I believe there are more instances of the abridgement of the
freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in
power than by violent and sudden usurpations.” ― James Madison, one of America's founding fathers
COMMENT | Considering what I have
written about what I know to be the existential threat to this country,
this piece may come off as self-serving but it has to be said. The Racial and Religious Hatred Act is really a mendacious piece of
legislation. Minister in the Prime Minister's Department Mujahid Yusof
Rawa is an affable politician and I think - hope - he means well by
advocating for this Act, but this legislation is in reality a boon for
the Islamic deep state and all those who subscribe to a particular form
of Islam. Generally speaking, do non-Muslims go about insulting Islam? For all
this talk about Christian proselytisation has there been one shred of
evidence that this goes on? To wit, what about the so-called deviant
teachings of Islam – the Shia norms – for example; are they protected
under this Act?