Malaysians, you should read what Anwar Ibrahim writes in the Wall Street Journal. For me, I dont have any reason to collaborate that notion. What he envisaged in the article Muslims have no monopoly over Allah is nothing more than a desperate political effort to invigorate international hatred towards Malaysia.
Its a sad thing that he only mentioned the attacks on churches and Hindu kovils, blaming it on Najib Razak's government and Umno; while he himself has forgotten similar incidents that took place on a few surau. The latest, as mentioned by Rockybru is the pighead incidents at two mosques in Petaling Jaya.
(Also read Pasquale's piece, rebutting what DSAI wrote).
In my opinion, Anwar did what he got to do as his efforts to distract public attention towards his sodomy case has failed. Similarly, all attemps to reconciliate his Parti Keadilan Rakyat is fizzling out. Even his Pakatan Rakyat is losing more feathers due to bickerings among its leaders in DAP, PAS and PKR.
He has unwittingly left the fact that Malaysians are all against any forms of racial and communal confrontation, let alone seeing their harmonious livinghood being tattered by a few 'gangster'... like what some PR leaders are. He spoke too soon, not knowing that the upshot will be more on reflecting how superficial he is - trying to be a corker but ending up being a bete noire.
It is inconceivable for someone who used to be with the government, a respectful and knowleageable figure like him has lost his godly manner and instead falling for the Western way of degrading his own country, his own people and his own religion. He is now a faux pas.
He overtly went against the truth about the government and the situation of the country, just for the sake of winning some pattings on his back from his Western friends. And I am still searching for what is said to be his interview with one of the Australian dailies sometimes in December 2009 - during which he predicted ''religious problems'' would hit Malaysia in early 2010.
Also, rumours that he was trying to bring in Imelda Marcos money from abroad, said to be around USD20 billion for Imelda to run for the presidential election this year.
What actually are you pursuing, bro?
also read Another Brick in The Wall h e r e ...