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Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Give syariah law a chance, says PAS Youth

Syariah law should be given the chance to tackle crime if the existing criminal law system is inadequate, says PAS Youth chief Nasrudin Hassan.
“If the nation is in a stalemate and the authorities are out of ideas on how to tackle the abrupt increase of crime, I wish to repeat my stance that I have said before on how crucial it is to execute Syariah law as an alternative to the the current system that has utterly failed.

"Give Islam a chance to prove its ability and capability to handle and curb the rising crime (rate). 
"Islam will surely ensure fairness and justice to all races especially those who are oppressed and crime victims, in addition to bringing the blessings and grace of Allah the Creator," he said in a statement today.
NONENasrudin (left), who is also the Temerloh MP, said the movement will distribute leaflets to help raise awareness of the citizens' role in preventing crime.

He pointed out that since April 1, there had been 15 cases of gun crimes reported in the media, including one that also involved a Japanese sword. Eight of these took place in July.

Meanwhile in a separate statement, Selangor Menteri Besar Khalid Ibrahim urged the police and the Home Ministry to reconsider the state government’s application to field its own auxiliary police force to help curb crime.

He said its previous application was meaningless because the 20 personnel approved were only allowed to police Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) buildings.

“The state government from time to time offers its willingness to provide funding and human resources, and we hope we will received a positive response from the police,” he said.

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