PAS will do to Orang Asal in Borneo what it’s doing to Orang Asli in Malaya

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Hadi Awang once referred to Sarawak as Dayak still in sirat and cawat.

PAS in Malaya has consistently stated that Sabah and Sarawak, both Christian majority states which belong to the Orang Asal, must be ruled by Muslims.

They have also called for Christians to be converted to Islam and cite the Orang Asli in Malaya as a case in point.

PAS has set a target of converting 70 per cent of the Orang Asli in Malaya to Islam by 2030. At present, it has been reported that Muslims make up 30 per cent of the Orang Asli. It’s clear that non-Muslim Orang Asli are ignored by the gov’t and left out of development programmes. Their Churches have been routinely torn down from time to time on the grounds that they were erected illegally.

Many PAS leaders have probably never been to Sabah and Sarawak. They probably think the Orang Asal are like the Orang Asli in Malaya and have no ethnic seats in the legislature.

The PAS claim that the Holy Bible, the Word of God, was ‘manipulated’ may cost Muhyiddin in the snap Sabah polls.

The PAS MP at the heart of the controversy refused to apologise to Christians. He insisted he was right and that Christians had no right to be offended. He challenged them to a debate.

When Pairin accepted the challenge, PAS dropped its earlier plan to contest ten seats in Sabah.

The Holy Bible, the Word of God, speaks of the Holy Spirit.

The Holy Bible, the Word of God, is about the spiritual nature of truth.

Word of God refers to eternal laws based on eternal truths. These have a spiritual nature.

No law can tell Christians not to drink. The law can only confine itself to proving drunken driving cases.

The recent changes to the law against drunken driving, demanded by PAS, are bad law. They don’t exist as if they never existed. In law, disproportionate sentences are unlawful.

PAS lawmakers are sworn on Oath to uphold, respect, honour and defend the Constitution which is based on rule of law.

The reality is that PAS rejects rule of law as man-made and calls for “divine law”.

According to jurisprudence, God is not a source in law.

Law must have source to have jurisdiction, authority and power.

Law exists, and has always existed, based on common sense, universal values and the principles of natural justice.

There are parallels between Islam and communism.

Both don’t accept the rule of law, freedom of conscience, free speech, human rights, and international law.

In addition, Islam does not accept women’s rights, their testimony has only half the value of testimony by men, and there’s no universality and commonality of citizenship.

Non Muslims, in an Islamic state, are not citizens but subjects (slaves) as in a colonised state. They are subject to jizza (punitive tax) if they don’t convert to Islam. That’s how Turkey for example, under Muslim rule, went from 99 per cent Christian to 99 per cent Muslim.

Islam came 700 years after the ascension of Jesus.

Islam was created by the 3rd Caliph according to Arab and Muslim history, as a form of identity for Arabs, when he codified the Quran from 600K sacred Christian texts in Aramaic, the mother tongue of Jesus and the language of Syria, and from other sources.

Most of the 600K verses had to be discarded in codifying the Quran.

Arabs don’t consider non-Arabs as real Muslims.

Earlier, the gov’t party in Sabah lost the Kimanis parliamentary by-election because the Orang Asal voted against the PSS mooted by Putrajaya to be given to the PTI.

The PSS would have allowed the PTI to stay in Sabah indefinately.

While defence and/or external security is the responsibility of the Federal gov’t, internal security in Sabah and Sarawak comes within the purview of the state gov’ts in Borneo.

The commisioners of police in Sabah and Sarawak, although under the IGP, report to the Chief Minister, State Secretary and State Security Committee in the two Borneo states.

No commissioner of police in Borneo can be appointed without the concurrence of the state gov’ts.

Read further here . . .

Gov’t sector will not co-operate with multiracial gov’t in Putrajaya, reason why PH gov’t fell in late Feb.

PAS MP preaching hate in Parliament when he said the Holy Bible, the Word of God, was manipulated.

The book was allegedly banned because it contains a letter which Peter Mojuntin wrote to Tun Razak.

Errant PAS lawmaker violated Oath to uphold, respect, honour and defend Constitution based on rule of law.

Youth not bogged down by race and religion.

Kimanis was lost in a by-election after Putrajaya decided to give illegal immigrants Special Pass to stay in Sabah indefinately.

Putrajaya kicks can further down the road on MA63 after OSA move.

The PAS claim that the Holy Bible, the Word of God, was ‘manipulated’ may cost Muhyiddin in snap Sabah polls.

Author: fernzthegreat

Joe Fernandez holds a honours degree in management, majoring in economics, and has opted from academia in law to being a jurist. He was trained professionally on the job as a journalist. He's a longtime Borneo watcher, keen on the history and legal aspects of Malaya's presence in Sabah and Sarawak. He teaches the English language privately and has emerged as a subject matter expert in public examination techniques.

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