What 'non-believer'? Karpal slams PAS 'political upstart' Nasrudin Tantawi

Jul 30, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Malaysia Chronicle

DAP chairman Karpal Singh issued a strongly-worded statement yesterday to show his displeasure with Pas Youth chief Nasrudin Hassan Tantawi, who had called him a non-believer for rejecting hudud.

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Jul 31, 2012
 
Sadly, Malaysia's young muslim leaders are becoming more radical.

"On Sunday, Narudin said those who rejected Allah's laws would be considered kufur (non-believer).

"Karpal is consistent in rejecting hudud because he is a non-believer. Pas must continue with its struggle to uphold Islam," he said in a tweet.

Hudud is a term used in syariah to describe the class of punishment for crimes such as theft, fornication and adultery, consumption of alcohol and other intoxicants and apostasy.

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In recent weeks, Pas leaders had said the setting up of an Islamic state and enforcing hudud were the party's religious obligations and, therefore, non-negotiable."
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Rusty Tin Can wrote:
Sadly, Malaysia's young muslim leaders are becoming more radical.
"On Sunday, Narudin said those who rejected Allah's laws would be considered kufur (non-believer).
"Karpal is consistent in rejecting hudud because he is a non-believer. Pas must continue with its struggle to uphold Islam," he said in a tweet.
Hudud is a term used in syariah to describe the class of punishment for crimes such as theft, fornication and adultery, consumption of alcohol and other intoxicants and apostasy.
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In recent weeks, Pas leaders had said the setting up of an Islamic state and enforcing hudud were the party's religious obligations and, therefore, non-negotiable."
Karpal Singh is a one man show. He is no match to Pas. All Pas need to do is, nothing. Sooner or later, Karpal is going to go.
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Mawar wrote:
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Karpal Singh is a one man show. He is no match to Pas. All Pas need to do is, nothing. Sooner or later, Karpal is going to go.
He's old enough isn't he, but oppositions never grow old.
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He's old enough isn't he, but oppositions never grow old.
Oppositions have mellowed with the incumbent softening. Racial politics are fading away. Ideologies are no longer polarized.

Leaders from opposing parties were seen eating and drinking together. Thus the street battles have become theatrical.

Malays and Chinese have forgiven each other for past mistakes. The Chinese have continued to enjoy unparalleled prosperity relative to their counterparts elsewhere in the world. The Malays have gained control of their destiny though still 6 or 7 times poorer than the Chinese. The Muslims have mosques and the Buddhists have temples.

Not to say that we have no challenges, but they seem superficial. We have no real test at the moment. The question is whether it is good or bad?

Whoever won this time, we will proceed harmlessly, regardless. Like a big ship changing pilots, and that will be all.

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