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Saturday, June 24, 2017

THE QURAN FORBIDS MUSLIMS FROM TRUSTING DOJ IN 1MDB LAWSUIT? HADI ‘ABSOLVES’ NAJIB, MAKES A MOCKERY OF HIS PARTY’S ISLAMIC PRINCIPLES

KUALA LUMPUR— PAS President Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang has urged all quarters to reject foreign powers from meddling in the nation’s affairs, as it is forbidden by Islam.
“The Quran forbids Muslims from trusting other quarters in solving their internal problems.
“Whether right or wrong, a problem must be resolved internally with patience,” he said in an open letter posted on his official Facebook page.
Hadi said it was foreign intervention by the colonisers that led to the fall of the Islamic government in Melaka.
“After that, the whole Indonesian region was colonised and divided, which led to the downfall of Islam.
“We shouldn’t repeat history by inviting foreign quarters to solve our problems such as the BMF scandal, Perwaja, Tabung Haji, EPF and 1MDB.”
Hadi also said that it was the intervention of foreign powers which led the downfall of Islam in Spain, after being around for eight centuries.
“The lights of Islam have been turned off in Spain until today.”
Hadi stressed that internal issues in the country must be heard by our own courts.
“As cruel and as stupid as we can be, let us bear this ourselves and at the end of the day, we will be blessed with peace.
“There will always be foreign quarters who are looking for opportunities around. Enough, we have been colonised for several centuries and its effects hasn’t fully recovered.”
Last Thursday, the US Department of Justice (DoJ) announced its latest civil filing that sought to seize US$540 million (RM2.31 billion) in assets obtained by funds allegedly stolen from 1MDB.
The latest civil forfeiture complaints from the lawsuit launched last July alleged that more than US$4.5 billion had been misappropriated from the Malaysian state investment firm from 2009 through 2015.
1MDB has since responded saying that the allegations were not backed with proof.
The Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) subsequently said that it will leave the matter with the police to handle.
Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali had said that no wrongdoing or misappropriation was found in 1MDB after the Malaysian firm was probed by various agencies, such as the MACC, the Auditor-General and the bi-partisan Public Accounts Committee.
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