Salam 2 all.
Teman perturunkan dibawah lapuran daripada laman www.freemalaysiatoday.com bertarikh 08 Nov 2012 yang melapurkan kenyataan peserta yang bertanyakan soalan lipat-maut kepada Nurul Izzah Anwar Ibrahim yang jelas maksudnya.
Peserta yang bertanya tersebut bernama Siti Kasim, seorang peguam dan ahli jawatankuasa Human Rights Committee, Bar Council dalam program forum bertajuk ‘Islamic State: Which version; Who’s responsibility?’ yang dihadiri Nurul Izzah anjuran bersama NGO bernama OHMSI (Oriental Hearts and Mind Study Institute) dan IRF (Islamic Renaissance Front) bertempat di Gereja Full Gospel Tabernacle,Wisma Eagles No 5 Jalan TP4 Taman Perindustrian UEP Subang Jaya.
Apa yang jelas mengikut peguam Siti Kasim, beliau memang bertanya Izzah tentang isu hak kebebasan orang Melayu untuk memilih agama (maknanya selain Islam! Dan itulah respon yang beliau dapat!
Apa yang beliau faham ialah Nurul menegaskan hak kebebasan memilih agama tidak patut terhad kepada non-Muslim sahaja. Malah hak kebebasan agama itu patut diberikan kepada orang Melayu (yang juga beragama Islam)!
Maknanya apa yang beliau faham daripada jawapan Izzah (mengambil kira ucapan Izzah semasa membentangkan pandangan dia semasa berucap) ialah orang Melayu juga wajar diberi hak kebebasan memilih agama selain Islam! Dan itulah yang dilapurkan oleh laman portal pro-Anwar MalaysiaKini dan www.1christians.blogspot.com!
Jadi beliau kecewa dengan pendirian Nurul yang pada beliau sudah mengubah pendirian 180 darjah sekarang!
Apapun, mike baca sendirilah! Kalau tak puas hati, elok mike gi tanya sendiri Siti Kasim ni! Mungkin mike boleh dapat hidayah nanti insyallah!
ALLAH dah beri mike otak yop; bukan untuk buat sup, tapi untuk berpikior yop! Maka berpikior lah sikit!
Adios amigos, grasias senor!
Zulkifli Bin Noordin
23 Zulhijjah 1433
08 Nov 2012
(Lapuran daripada www.freemalaysiatoday.com bertarikh 08.11.2012)
‘I am disappointed with Nurul’
The lawyer who posed the sensitive question on religious freedom is disappointed that the PKR leader has changed her stand.
PETALING JAYA: A lawyer who posed the question on religious freedom to PKR vice-president Nurul Izzah Anwar during a forum last Saturday is disappointed with the politician’s 180 degree turn.
Siti Kasim, a member of the Bar Council human rights committee, said she was disappointed that Nurul had “retracted” her remark.
“I believe Nurul was just trying to impress the people, she didn’t think of the consequences,” she told FMT.
Siti said Nurul should have stood firm on her remark that freedom of religion was a right for all including the Malay-Muslim.
“There’s nothing wrong about it, she is saying the truth. I expected a hoo-ha after that. But as a politician, you just need to stick to the truth,” she added.
She wondered if Nurul was merely adjusting herself to the largely non-Muslim audience on that day and making a political remark.
At the forum titled “Islamic state: Which vision? Whose responsibility?”, Siti asked Nurul whether freedom of religion should be extended to the Malays since the PKR leader talked about the issue in her speech.
Siti said while Nurul did not mention about apostasy in her response, the latter however was a clear supporter of freedom of religion for the Malays.
“In the following days she ‘retracted’ her remark, and said she did not support apostasy. But indirectly when you say you support freedom of religion, and if Malay wants to get out from Islam, that’s apostasy,” she pointed out.
The Orang Asli rights advocate said she once posed the same question to Nurul’s father, Opposition Leader Anwar Ibrahim, but failed to get a direct response.
“He was going around the bush and didn’t answer directly. We want politicians to be straight forward,” she said.
Meanwhile, Siti said it was high time for the issue to be debated as the Federal Constitution did not exclude the Malays from their right to freedom of religion.
She said the individuals who criticised Nurul were the conservatives who insisted that their version of religion was the correct one.