I am not talking about the constitution or what not. It does not say Islam is the supreme religion in Malaysia. I am talking about economically, scientifically, technologically, socially, etc. We have seen many incidents of terrorism perpetuated by Muslims in the name of defending Islam against other Muslims and non-Muslims alike. The most recent bombings occurred just a month ago in Sri Lanka.
We have seen Muslims fighting among themselves, killing each other in Syria, in Yemen, in Somalia, Sudan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, etc. Closer to home, we have seen many cases of incest, baby dumping, corruptions, dishonesty among Muslims. Obviously, Khairuddin does not think the golden rule, which forms the basis of most religions, applies to Islam.
Either Islam's concept of peace and ethics is very different from the rest of the world, or Muslims themselves do not understand Islam or practice what they preach. If it is the former case, I say, no thank you. You can keep your faith, I am perfectly fine with mine.
Malaysiakini : “The mind once enlightened cannot again become dark.” ― Thomas Paine
| Lim Kit Siang in 2017, attempting to put a positive spin on the
Islamisation process, said the DAP supports the Islamisation process in
Malaysia if done through the Constitution. He defined the
Islamisation process as one that “promotes a nation-building process
based on tolerance and mutual respect in a plural society, and not one
which engenders bigotry, hatred and extremism.” Has the Islamisation process, as defined by Lim, ever been this way? Is it this way under the Pakatan Harapan regime?
PAS central committee member Khairuddin Aman Razali (above),
in welcoming a move by the Education Ministry to reject a proposal to
teach non-Islamic religions in schools and universities, claimed that such a move could run afoul of the constitution.