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Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Read this link. Please.

Of late the Facebook group ‘Menentang penggunaan nama Allah oleh golongan bukan Muslim’ has been getting a lot of attention among media watchers especially those who are following the name of God issue. This Facebook group has managed to garner more than a quarter of a million members in the space of a couple of weeks.

While we uphold our belief in freedom of speech and expression I think it is imperative for all concerned Malaysians to read this analysis of the group and its postings by the Centre For Policy Initiatives (CPI).
The CPI analysis is HERE.

The Centre for Policy Initiatives was formally established as a non-profit policy reform organization in June 2007. Its mission is focused on providing the policy interested public, academia, private sector, government and other key stakeholders with accurate information, data and analysis on vital national issues affecting the country’s economy and society. The Centre also aims to act as a independent and uncompromising watchdog on democratization, good governance and public policy reform.



Old Fart said...

PT its a communal orgy. If you want to you too can join. They are all experiencing a kind of orgasm that you and I will probably only get in the bedroom. But these guys and gals they are getting it every minute of the day!!

But then again UMNO needs this orgy because it is the evidence they will produce to justify the communal anger and the heat that that is generating.

Only problem they will have is that they will be uniquely standing alone within the Muslim Ummah making noise on a subject matter that the rest of them will possibly be most confused about. I cannot imagine they being able to get a single Arab Muslim who will make sense or support their position.

Purple Haze said...

The posting is certainly an eye-opener and excellent analysis by CPI.

Wonder if the Special Branch are reading it.

Anonymous said...

Why should I waste my time on this?

query said...

Over the weekend, Deputy Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin said that the government would announce the new economic model for the country within a month.

When Datuk Seri Najib Razak became the sixth Prime Minister in April last year, he announced that the government would introduce a new economic model for the country to ensure that Malaysia makes a quantum leap to escape the middle-income trap to become a high-income country through greater emphasis on innovation, creativity and competitiveness.

In May last year, the Second Finance Minister Datuk Seri Ahmad Husni Hanadzlah said the new economic model would be announced in the second half of the year.

Why has this timeline for the new economic model been postponed until this year when according to Husni’s own admission, the country has already lost a decade in economic stagnation?

Rakyat yang Susah said...

The police should step in to haul this guy up! He is inciting terrorism ! Please go and nab him up before more damages are done. God bless Malaysia!Allah tolong selamatkan negara-ku!

Samuel Goh Kim Eng said...


Do we actually need to bring to book
Those who don't respect people of the book
Failing to implement what they can look
When they use the wrong recipes to cook

(C) Samuel Goh Kim Eng -200110
Wed. 20th Jan. 2010.