Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Of crossing the line...

This is not the finish line that I am talking about. This is about crossing the fine line between what is acceptable and what is not, regardless of who you are or who you think you are...
Previously I have refrain from writing on anything that may seems distasteful. If I do so here, please forgive me in advance as there are things that make you boils all over and Rahim "Black eye" Noor is making me fuming mad and sad at the same time.
Who does Rahim thinks he is? Just because he was the former IGP and the infamous "black eye" boy of Mahathir does not gives him the divine right to call others "father of Kafir" especially when it comes to a religious teacher who week in and week out delivers sermons and teaching Islam in his hometown state of Kelantan.
1MPM6 Najib, Mahathir, Anwar and others can see him as a politician, and in fact he is but does does not means that it is open season to label one "Father of Kafir". What Islamic credentials does Rahim has to label one as such? Is he a learned Islamic scholar recently unearthed in Malaysia?
On what grounds does Rahim comes to this conclusion to call someone "Father of kafir"? Rahim said because TG Nik Aziz "misleads Muslims to believe that it is their religious duty to support BERSIH 3.0". What? Rahim "Black eye", in the first place do you know what is the aim of BERSIH 3.0? BERSIH 3.0 is to ask for a fair and free election, period. And BERSIH 3.0 is open to all, even to you, Rahim "Black eye". The only thing is, Rahim, you do not have the guts to stand up and be counted as one of those who demands for a fair and free election! Furthermore, do you think that those who attended BERSIH 3.0 are all opposition members cum symphatisers? If that's what you think, then Rahim, may I suggest that you "black eyed" yourself.
A fair and free election is basically as Islamic as performing your daily 5 prayers. Islam called for fairness and if there is no fairness in an election, can we still thumped ourselves that we are an Islamic nation when we can't even conduct a free and fair election?
Rahim, you called TG Nik Aziz as another political animal who wants to maintain his power in Kelantan. When are you going to call 1MPM6 Najib a political animal too? Or maybe even call Mahathir as a political dinosour? You don't have the guts, do you? Not when all your present wealth is courtesy of political animals from "blue ocean" Najib and Mahathir!
Rahim added " For Muslims who understand this, they see Nik Aziz as a joker nothing else". Rahim, how wrong you are. Tell me and count to me how many of those Muslims see Nik Aziz as a joker? When I mean Muslims, I am referring to those who pray 5 times a day, who do not womanise, who do not beat people to pulp for no apparent reason, who do not consume alchohol, who do not slander, who do not practise corruption. As you may have trouble counting, I give you fair chance. Rahim, please come up and list me 50 Muslims who meet my category to step forward to say that Nik Aziz is a joker. Heck, sometimes I cried listening to what TG had to say on what's becoming to the Muslims at the end of time. Do you believe in Kiamat, Rahim? If you do, then maybe you should be assessing yourself whether you are ready to meet the maker. Have you make peace to those you wronged? Have you repented on the wrongs that you did, knowing or unknowingly in the past?
Rahim, the more I see you the more I see a mirror of Joe McCarthy. Everything is Communism and Marxism to you. You are getting into a state of self-denial where you cannot and refuse to see what is right and what is wrong. To you, everything stamped "Najib" is right and everything stamped "Mahathir" is divine! Little did you know or want to admit that Najib goes through "express hajj" and Mahathir once commented on Prophet Mohamad with his Gilette statement. And these are the people that you want to classify as "Ulamak"?
Rahim, you may have your reasons and you may have your goals when making the statements. Believe me that life is not eternal. If you have make wrong judgement, seek forgiveness as it is easier to find TG in a 25M Malaysia then to seek him in the hereafter.
Rahim, being a pensioner you should have more time reading while tending your goats. Have you read about Yusuf al-Qardawi's stand on demo fatwa? Then let's talk about the Fatwa Kebangsaan which forbids demonstration which leads to "rioting or disturbances". The Q - Is there any proof that the 28th rally has any elements of rioting and disturbances before the tears gasses fill the streets and the alleys of Kuala Lumpur? Rahim, since you are blinded with your "black eye" thing, let me answer for you - there is none. In fact, it is carnival like. So maybe the Fatwa kebangsaan is right but unfortunately. it is indirectly aimed as those who started the trigger for "riot and disturbances". Who are they? Definitely not the people in GREENS or YELLOWS or REDS. Who then? You don't have to shine when it is already crystal clear, do you?
Rahim, since al Mighty still give us the chance to repent and make up for our past mistakes, do so with honour. Know that it is better to be submit to his al Mighty than to submit to fellow hamba Allah. May His mighty gives the hidayah for you to differentiate between diamonds and glass.
Till then...G'nite M'sia...wherever u are...

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