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Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Isma: Don't let 'infidels' decide on hudud

Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (Isma) president Abdullah Zaik Abd Rahman today said that "infidels" should not be allowed to frustrate the "Islamic state agenda".
In an article on Isma's website,Ismaweb, Abdullah said currently, non-Muslims are already causing obstacles by opposing against PAS' intentions to implement hudud law in Kelantan.
"The infidels, in opposing hudud, is overstepping their bounds. They cannot play a negative role by opposing or blocking Muslim ambitions in promoting the position of Islam in Malaysia," said Abdullah, who is an ustaz.
Abdullah said that opposing the wishes of Muslims went against the spirit of friendship and harmony in a country where the majority are Muslim.
Meanwhile, Malay rights pressure group Perkasa has accused PKR de facto leader Anwar Ibrahim of trying to cajole PAS into dropping its hudud ambitions.
"Anwar is concerned about the feelings of DAP and non-Muslims in order to further his political interest. The laws of Allah is of no importance to Anwar. What is important to him is votes," he said. 
The latest debate on hudud law follows PAS claim that they will table a Private Member's Bill in the Dewan Rakyat soon, aimed at clearing legal hurdles for the implementation of the Syariah Criminal Code Enactment 1993 in Kelantan.
The Enactment was formulated soon after PAS formed the Kelantan government in 1990. The law provides for corporal punishment, which includes amputations for theft and stoning for adultery.
With only 21 MPs, PAS must rely on Umno, Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu, PKR and DAP to secure the votes needed to make the necessary legal amendments.

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