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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

‘Probe book portraying DAP as enemy of Islam’

DAP appeals to police and attorney-general to ban the book as it puts DAP leaders at risk of assault at public functions and destroys racial unity.
RSN-Rayer-dapGEORGE TOWN: A Penang DAP rep has appealed to the police and the attorney-general to investigate a book naming DAP as the enemy of Islam.

The book was recently launched by Umno information chief Annuar Musa.
Seri Delima assemblyman RSN Rayer said the book, DAP Bahaya Kepada Melayu-Islam di Malaysia, was insidious in nature and should be banned.
“The book will only sow hatred for DAP and its leaders, putting DAP and its leaders at further risk of being assaulted at public functions and events,” he said in a statement today.
Rayer said the book incited hatred among peace-loving Malaysians and would reverse whatever racial unity had been achieved over the years.
“I am writing this personal appeal to Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar to act without fear or favour and Attorney-General Mohamed Apandi Ali to act immediately against those responsible for the publication of this book.”
Rayer said he had lodged a police report on Sunday calling for the publishers of the book to be investigated.
“This book is written with the malicious intent to incite hatred among Malaysians and further aggravate the already fragile fabric of Malaysian society.
“We have recently also witnessed shocking and appalling public incidents of people being slapped without any provocation.”
Rayer said the book also broke national printing laws by publishing false stories and not bearing the name of the printer and publisher.
Annuar recently sponsored an essay-writing contest on why DAP’s parliamentary leader Lim Kit Siang was racist.
Prize money of RM50,000 was offered to the winner of the competition.
It attracted about 1,200 entries in various categories like blogs, videos and infographics.
The book, written by a group of writers who chose to remain anonymous, received the top prize of RM10,000.
Annuar had presented the prizes to the winners, most of whom sent representatives in their stead. -FMT

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