dan ada satu perkara yang UJ rasa seronok nak cakap juga...apabila mereka samakan proses Islamisasi di Malaysia seperti proses Talibanisasi pula... apa-apa pun definisi dan tafsiran yang dibuat... hmmm UJ nak tanya.. teruk ke Taliban? jahat ke Taliban? kalau nak bandiing mana teruk.. SIS tu ke Taliban? dan dari mana dan daripada siapa mereka dapat maklumat tentang Taliban dan menyamakan kerja-kerja Islam di Malaysia... Bengong...
berikut antara mereka yang bengong... jahil mengenai agama sendiri tapi degil tak nak belajar yang bengong lagi .... masih boleh bertekak dan nak bagi hujjah logik akal dan nafsu sebenarnya..
1- But for Asyikin, a petite and attractive business executive dressed in a knee-length skirt and strappy high heels, the campaign hasn't dampened her party mood. "I couldn't care less, I'm partying. Religion to me is a personal thing," she says as she sips a glass of whisky and greets other regulars at the bars and restaurants that line the narrow streets.
"If you ask me whether I am afraid to hang out with my friends like this after all these cases, the answer is no," says Asyikin, who like many of Malaysia's most privileged youngsters went to university abroad -- in Britain.
"It's a choice of lifestyle. Some people, they really follow the book (religious teachings) and for some, you are born a Muslim, you can't get out of it," she says as she clinks glasses with a friend.
2- Despite the highly publicised cases, every weekend Kuala Lumpur's top clubs are packed with fashionably dressed youngsters including Muslim Malays -- many offspring of the nation's elite -- socialising and drinking openly.
apa nak jadi dengan muda-muda Bumiputra Melayu MUSLIM Malaysia...
3- "I'm a bit more wary after all these cases but it doesn't really affect my mood to go out and party," says Muaz Omar, a civil servant who goes to pubs with friends to watch live band performances.
yang ini pula, seorang penjawat awam.. banyak betul gaji engkau ekk Muaz... sempat lagi melabur kat tempat tu... apa daaa... masuk share bukak HAlal MArt tak nak... erkkk
4- "We don't agree with the way they go on, Islam is not about snooping around catching people committing sin," says Ratna Osman, legal manager from leading civil society group Sisters In Islam (SIS).
Ratna blasted the raids as a form of rights violation and an intrusion into people's privacy.
"Unless that person is a drunkard and started going around committing crime or causing accidents, then yes, you can punish them because they endanger people and their own life," she says.
"But if the person commits a sin in a private domain then it is between him and God. If as a Muslim you feel compelled to tell him, it should be done in a compassionate way or to educate them."
yang ini semua tahu memang kumpulan Bengong...ishh apa nak jadi dengan orang Melayu Bumiputra Muslim Malaysia kita? apa nak jadi dengan ummah kan... kalau begini, macamana nak membina Menara Bangsa??kalau begini lah seterusnya lagi, sudah tentu Anak Kecil tak serik Main Api, akhirnya habis semua Warisan..terbakar hangus.... apa yang jadi kebanggaan kita, apa yang nak dibanggakan..