Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Will PAS MP Khalid Abdul Samad Be Welcome with Divine Mercy?

Welcome? For sure.

Standing ovation? Not a snowball chance in hell because "Non-Muslims can't use 'Allah' for 'God': PAS",
"Matters became complicated for Pakatan when DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng, in his Christmas message, called on Putrajaya to allow Christians to use the term 'Allah' in the Malay-language Bible."
For once I wish to place my thanks to DAP secretary-general and Chief Minister of Penang, Lim Guan Eng.
"DAP later clarified that the call was only for use of the word in Sabah and Sarawak."
Which means in peninsular Malaysia DAP agrees with PAS that non-Mulims cannot use the word "Allah".

Lim Guan Eng's lies jumps up and bites him the butt.

Pas MP receives standing ovation in Shah Alam Catholic Church
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you for your support,” he said, adding that he had achieved a majority of 9,314 votes in Shah Alam.

“On the part of Pas, we will now be a coalition government. Our policies will be based on consensus. There will be no attempts by any member within Pas to impose any form of law on the general public. We will be fair and just.”
That damned concensus again, "Pakatan: Non-Muslims can use ‘Allah’"

Thank you again Lim Guan Eng and Khalid Samad, you are welcome.


Tony Yew said...

Khalid went to Divine Mercy and was welcomed like a hero! He promised back then that the Selangor PR government will allow the catholic church to build 'real churches' rather than the ones we currently have in Industrial areas.

PAS is one real whack job. Extremist potraying themselves as liberals and courting the christians!

Today, one can truely see these liars at work, promising heaven and earth to the voters, and then lying their pants off trying to bcaktrack later.

Please wake up and see that PR only wants to take power and have nothing that will keep Malaysia ahead.

BN has its flaws, yes. But PR is flawed right from the word go.
And PAS is not for everyone!

Freddie Kevin said...

Hi Tony,

Nothing more to add except Rev Fr Paul Tan is flabbergasted. I need to get the message across to stop political propaganda, subtle and not subtle, in churches especially during mass. Despite this PAS flip-flop these poltical activity will still persist. The opposition's politics of hatred has worked wonders.

Thanks Bro