It must be noted that dap really created history this year. For the first time in the chauvenistic socialist party's history, there were 8 Malay candidates who actually ran for positions in the Central Executive Committe. As expected, the public was sceptical about their chances, and despite all the advice against it, they actually ran for the positions. What can we say? To them, doomsday came early when they were totally humiliated in the polls by the racist party. They were already warned...hmmm, their fate seems to be very similar to the antagonist in the local folklore, as shown below: Bear in mind, we stress on the word "they were advised" and the other is "Jangan, monyet, jangan!"
Okay, that's enough monkey business for the moment....
The time, I must say, is ripe. Dap is busy dismantling the Islamic nature and faith of the Malays, planting the seend of hatred amongst the Malay Muslims, making way for the “liberal” Muslims to voice out. Pas is busy ensuring that the Muslims remain split ideologically and anwar ensures that this situation will remain for “his” benefit. It’s not something new, the Muslim world has seen rifts, splits, factions and breakways throughout history. Surprising, is it? Of course not, we have been warned:
“The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: The Jews were split up into seventy-one or seventy-two sects; and the Christians were split up into seventy one or seventy-two sects; and my community will be split up into seventy-three sects.” (Narrated by Abu Hurayrah)
When the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) passed away in 632CE, while Ali bin Abi Talib R.A. and his closest relatives were busy with funeral arrangements and preparations, Abu Bakar As-Siddiq, Umar Al-Khatab, and Abu Ubaidah ibn al Jarrah met with the leaders of Medina and elected Abu Bakr as the first caliph. This was done as there were already tension between factions within the Muslim community and bloodshed was close as swords were already drawn. This decision not to include Ali dismayed him, his family and his supporters who felt that Ali should have been nominated as well as he is not only one of the Sahabat, he is also family.
It is through the events that happened to Ali Ibn Abi Talib, his wife (daughter of Muhammad S.A.W) and his children that Shi'ites never recognized the caliphate of Abu Bakar, Umar and Usman, let alone the Umayyads.
Both sects have similar doctrines despite being at odds with each other. Both consider food not being prepared by their own people are non-Halal, among others; and they find it easy to declare other Muslims (most often, Sunnis) not in their sect as apostates and deviants.
Of course, some sects started out as a somewhat more of a movement, with a pure and innocent intention. Movements such as Wahabbism began innocently as a concept where Muslims return to the basic teaching of Islam and expel the excessiveness, but the turned out to be extreme and once implemented, persecuted Sunnis and Shi'ites. Among the first to be attacked were the Ahl-ul Bayt, where their religious centres were demolished and graves destroyed for what Wahabbis claim to be " acts of syirik."
In Malaysia, the rift among Malays is not new, but the worse has always been between UMNO and Pas. Pas has always been the vengeful one considering their temperemental pull-out from Barisan Nasional over Kelantan issues in the late 1970s. But this bad blood was elevated to a severe level when pas was hit by a new wave, or a tremor that made the rift, division among Malays on a seemingly permanent level.
”Saudara-saudara sekalian,Percayalah ! kita menentang UMNO bukan kerana nama dia UMNO, kita menentang Barisan Nasional,bukan kerana nama Barisan Nasional.Kita menentang dia kerana dia mengekalkan Perlembagaan penjajah, mengekalkan peraturan kafir, mengekalkan peraturan jahiliah".
”Kita tidak payah masuk Yahudi, kita tidak payah masuk Kristian, kita tidak payah masuk Hindu, kita tidak payah masuk Buddha, tetapi kita menjadi kafir dengan mengatakan politik agama suku.”
1. Communal prayers such as the Friday prayers were split in two in the same mosque because Imams from different parties.
2. Spouses divorcing, families disputing and outcasting each other over political ideologies
3. Pas boycotting kenduris and funerals of UMNO members, even if it involves their parents or their closest relatives.
4. Pas members wanting the Pas flag as their death shroud (kain kapan)
5. Pas members declaring that food sold by non-Pas members are Haram, and yet they buy from non-Muslims
6. The promise of heaven for those who vote for pas...wow, easy living, vote for a political party and win a free pass to heaven...
8. The Memali incident, by farthe worst physical event ever to be created out of this doctrine which saw a local religious teacher/leader Ibrahim Mahmud, or Ibrahim Libya and several of his followers, dead, while more than 100 villagers detained. The political party which has no authority in religion, or known as Pas, declared those who died as Martyrs, or Syahid. Pas even launched a donation drive to ”help” the wives of those who were killed. However, those millions in donations disappeared and pas has kept mum about the issue, resulting in a scathing attack by their own members.
For the first time, especially to those who looks for the one-eyed, the key to the self-destruction of the Malay Muslims has been exposed, and it has been used over and over again. The amanat exposed the simple and fragile nature of some of the Muslims’ faith and understanding in Islam, and how easy it is for their faith to be manipulated by politics. It didn’t even take an ulama to sway them: it was a simple matrix of placing the importance of politics over religion where religion is manipulated to justify their means and ends. In reality, pas created its own sect with a mish-mash of syiahism and khawarij, modifying them whenever needed, with politics first, religion later.
The practice of the amanat has been kept alive even today. It was still quite recent when the decrepit n.ajis announced that UMNO members are apostates again. Those who have faith and understanding of Islam were, and are, unperturbed as they know that a politician has no authority to brand anybody over their faith.
Allah is Great, and there are times when what goes around, comes around, whether we realize it or not, even if we like it or don't. Does Hadi ever realize that he himself has contradicted the basic teaching of his own Amanat? He brand UMNO as apostates for working with MIC and MCA in Barisan Nasional, yet he works hand in hand with a man who is trying to bring mischief and damage towards Islam in Malaysia and along with DAP, a staunch anti-Islam and anti-Malay party who was responsible for the dreadful May 13th incident and currently trying to launch the crusade against Islam? Even worse, he works with a coalition which strategy and resources are financed by Islam's worst enemy, despite all the warnings given in the Quran and Hadith. Does he look, but could never see, or he simply ignores the facts for the sake of power? So far, hadi has only proven that pas never had anything to do with Islam. It is very strange: this is the leader of a so-called Islamic party who announced in late 1990s that those who become apostates should be executed. Now he keeps quiet when dap passionately oppose Hudud and demands the right to use the name of Allah in their religious books. Whatever happened to the former brash young Turk? Lost his balls? Maybe it's next to anwar's omega.
Hadi has called upon the government to give him air-time on national media, such as RTM and TV3 to give him a chance to explain, or even defend the issue of his Amanat. This will sound interesting, as long as the government ensures that JAKIM moderate the event. There are also those who call for the presence of several prominent Ulama and Islamic scholars such as Yusof Qardawi and even Sheikh Imran Hoesin during the show. Will Hadi defend his long-standing Amanat, or repent and ask his followers to follow suit and get back on the right path of Islam? However, one might also ask, why would Hadi set conditions just to explain about the amanat? Can't he just be responsible as a leader, admit his wrongs and set things right? How much blood and destruction among ummah does he want in his hands?
”The People of the Two Scriptures divided into seventy-two sects. This Ummah will divide into seventy-three sects, all in the Fire except one, that is, the Jama`ah. Some of my Ummah will be guided by desire, like one who is infected by rabies; no vein or joint will be saved from these desires”
Will Hadi repent and take back his amanat and set things right? Even if he wants, there'll be no way for him to do so as the setback will be very severe to pas and pakatan. Anwar will never let that pass. Anwar said, back in September 2012, “Jam 2.30 petang, saya akan hubungi Tan Sri SPR, (dan berkata) Tan Sri, saya dah dapat keputusan. Saya bagi peluang setengah jam, umum cara teratur dan telus. Kalau tidak, kita ambil tindakan serta-merta kepada seluruh pihak SPR,"
He wants to be declared winner and PM while the election was still on-going? It’s a gory vision as that decision never meant that he won anything….Novus Orde Seclorum Uno Modo vel álterum