And even if I did, it would not be one that will create any feeling of animosity of those professing those faiths.
I call it respect.
I generally leave (but of course observe) these subjects and discourse to those who are in a better position and or are more qualified to do so.
The matter of Hudud in the present circumstances which I have posted, is only to provide corroborative statements, events, reports et al, to support my conclusion i.e. it is all a political ploy.
The subject of Hudud has been raised again and while some or even many may say it is too much of a coincidence, I say it is timely.
Timely to show, for our coming generations, trusting this coalition called Pakatan Rakyat, will only jeopardise their future.
Pakatan Rakyat exists only for the self preservation of an individual and the individual parties of the two most senior partners, PAS and DAP.
It is now often and repeatedly said that the two most dominant parties within that coalition, PAS and DAP, have reinvented as members and supporters now come from all walks of life, who are more discerning and astute in understanding political issues.
The present Hudud matter, despite all the rhetoric to justify Pakatan's continued existence, fails dismally and exposes the hypocrisy and deceit, of the present PAS and DAP leadership, to those I mention above.
Note that I have left out mention of PKR, not because they are not hypocritical or deceitful but are even worse.
Compare party elections of PAS and DAP to that of the PKR. Hypocrisy and deceit come to the fore.
This party manipulates and lives off the weaknesses of it's two more senior partners - intrinsically diametric and irreconcilable political ideologies.
And there is nothing that this two more senior partners can or will not do anything about it.
Coming back to the matter of hudud, I have read material on the subject of Hudud and find this post most enlightening.
"An International call for Moratorium on corporal punishment, stoning and the death penalty in the Islamic World" is by Tariq Ramadan,
Tariq Ramadan is the son of Said Ramadan and Wafa Al-Bana, who was the eldest daughter of Hassan al Banna, who in 1928 founded the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Gamal al-Banna, the liberal Muslim reformer is his great-uncle. His father was a prominent figure in the Muslim Brotherhood and was exiled by Gamal Abdul Nasser from Egypt to Switzerland, where Tariq was born.
Tariq Ramadan studied Philosophy and French literature at the Masters level and holds a PhD in Arabic and Islamic studies from the University of Geneva. He also wrote a PhD dissertation on Friedrich Nietzsche, entitled Nietzsche as a Historian of Philosophy. Ramadan then studied Islamic jurisprudence at Al-Azhar university in Cairo, Egypt.
I can only say for the moment that I have some concerns.
Mechanics in the administration and implementation of Hudud laws as opposed to secular laws, such as enforcement agencies, citation of precedents in the course of proceedings and judgements, avenues for appeal, are some examples among others.