Church Bombings..Aftermath..

The “Allah” controversy in which we wrote earlier on January 4th finally happened with the mindless act of some who decided to act irrationally by “Hurling Firebombs at Church Buildings in Selangor” Some political analysts say there “SHOULD NOT BE ANY HIDDEN AGENDAS..?? “Let the culprits be hauled up by the law and proper punishment be meted out.   

Sarawak State leaders have come out with their own statements and these are some :-

  • DAP N11 Assemblyman- “I pray all Malaysians use ,good sense and not politics to solve the problems surrounding the Allah controversy.
  •  PBB N6 Tupong Assemblyman(Assistant Minister of Islamic Affairs)-Advised Muslims in Sarawak not to be influenced by those acts,stressing that any religious conflicts can be resolved in an amicable way.
  • PBB P194 Fadillah Yusof-Hopes that the Police would take stern action and keep an eye on anything that may cause disharmony between different ethnic and religious groups.
  • PBB P193Wan Junaidi Tuanku Jaafar -There are proper channels to to voice out every problem or issue and the people must have trust in the system.
  • PKR Information Chief-See Chee How -Condemn the Act of violence .This is in excusable on those who have taken the law in their own hands.
  • PKR East Malaysia Advisor Jeffrey Kitingan- Thinks those pictures will have a devastating effect in the rural heartland of East Malaysia. Jeffrey is also convinced that Chinese voters, not just the Christians, and many God-fearing Muslims as well in East Malaysia will abandon Umno in the next general elections.

National leaders are also united in Condemnation:-

  • MCA President “Such a cowardly show of brute force and intimidation and there is neither excuse not justification for them.
  • Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim-The attack on the church was a heinous act that was condemned by the Al-Quran
  • PBS Marximus Ongkili-We call for level hededness and moderation.We gain nothing by going on the streets or inciting feelings by provoking or attacking religious properties.
  • Liberal Party President-called for calm and said the government should not hesitate to invoke ISA against those who treatened peace and security.
  • UPKO-Wilfred Bamburing-What has happened over the last 24 hours is constitutedto be the darkest chapter in Malaysian history and from now on Malaysia will never be the same again.
  • Gerakan President koh Tsu Koon- had instructednational unity and integration department and Rukun Tetangga officials to help police maintain calm.Such attacks are completedly indefensible,unaccpetable and is clearly against the peaceful spirit of Malaysians as a whole.
  • PAS Salahuddin Ayub-“Allah’as stated in the Al-Quran had strongly forbid Muslims from taking action on places of worship belonging to other religions.Prophet Muhammad had also reminded his friends wh went together with him during the war,to not harm or kill enemies who took refuge at places of worship let alone burn down a place of worship.
  • MIC President Sammy Vellu- This incident should not have happpened.It is a sad day for the country.We are an independant nation where we respect everyone’s religion and want peace among all religious groups.
  • PAS president Abdul Hadi Awang has strongly condemned yesterday’s arson attacks on three churches in the Klang Valley as “un-Islamic”

audie61 and crew are saddened with THESE  MINDLESS AND COWARDLY ACTS and Hopes that the persons responsible are hauled up by the AUTHORITIES. 

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6 thoughts on “Church Bombings..Aftermath..

  1. Mata Kuching says:

    The PM Najib and Home Minister Hisham, both from UMNO must bear full responsibility for inadvertently laying the foundation for breeding terrorists in Malaysia. Not so long ago the blowing up of a Mongolian woman with C4 explosive, now the “bombing” of Churches and what next? All BN component parties in West and East Malaysia cannot be absolved of the lastest events that shocked the whole nation for they have been allowing Najib and a few UMNO leaders to systematically dismantle the multiracial harmony that Malaysians have been enjoying long before Independence. Why must the Home Ministry banned the use of Allah by Christians in the first place? What was its ulterior motive? Christians in Malaysia know that this is not about Muslims protesting against the Christian for refering to God as Allah in Bahasa Malaysia or Muslims torching the Churches in anger. Malaysia has already a group of extremists and potential terrorists groomed by UMNO under Najib to carry out any evil work of UMNO under the guise of protecting the good name of Allah or God and the Malay race. The Agong should use his wisdom to dissolve Parliament and allow a fresh election so all Malaysians will decide if they still want an UMNO dominated government to manage our beloved nation.

  2. D Wall says:

    (copied from malaysian mirror)
    WE ARE appalled that certain elements have resorted to target three places of worship in the Klang Valley. These are reprehensible and cowardly acts that deserve to be roundly condemned.

    Malaysians are disturbed and disillusioned by the lack of a firm stand by the national leadership in putting a stop to the heat and tension that is being deliberately generated by the bigots and zealots in our midst.

    Both the PM and the Home Minister had reportedly backed “the right to protest” within mosque grounds. The PM was also quoted as saying, “As far as possible, we do not want people to protest, but we cannot stop them from doing so if they gather at mosques and if confined to a certain area.”

    This may have been taken by some as a tacit go-ahead signal. Knowing how volatile a certain religious issue had become, it was the height of irresponsibility to take such a stand.

    This stand did not pay any attention to national security, our peace and harmony – favourite catch phrases – which are commonly used to justify detentions of those demonstrating against the government or their policies.

    In the name of national security, our peace and harmony, water cannons had been used in the past to disperse crowds, make arrests and beat up demonstrating Malaysians gathered in or near mosques and temples.

    But in this instance, no harsh instructions or stern warnings were given to discourage certain people from turning this religious/political issue into an explosive one.

    The talk around town suggests that certain quarters were desperate to win back lost Malay support and were therefore fanning this issue for selfish reasons.

    We call upon the PM and the Home Minister to take a public stand and condemn acts and deeds that are not in keeping with the principles of Rukun Negara. In this most volatile period, it must be the national interest that should be paramount and must prevail.

    Malaysians too must stand up for tolerance and respect for our differences as well as for the rule of law. We must isolate these un-Malaysian bigots, who are a small minority.

    Aliran Executive Committee,

  3. Ho Ho Ho says:

    Ho Ho Ho :D D-day for Malaysia Malaysians as all those extremist after fire bombing our dear Christians friends churches :P then their stupid Bned umno leaders laught and smile cunningly like a SHIT face :D Ho Ho Ho

  4. Alamak says:

    ALAMAK !those churches fire-bomber are really sick and lunatic people lah
    ALAMAK !Those BN UMNO goons is breeding extremist mosquitoes now and they must be catch and put a stop or our country will be doom under those sick lunatic people !!!!!!!!

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