We dont separate mosques from churches!
Malaysians should therefore condemn any form of religious extremism in this country. For as long as we remain united and upholding our IMalaysia spirit of solidarity, we should together go against those attempting to incite racial disharmony.Those who tried to torch the churches in Desa Melawati and Jalan Templer, Petaling Jaya should be reprimanded and put behind bars for a long period of time. We dont want any Kerling case to shatter good relations among races and religious in the country.
We believe the culprits behind it are Muslims extremists as the Allah issue which rages the Malays nationwide since two weeks ago is still allowed to go unchecked.
That's what happened when you lose you balance. Although the Home Ministry had on Monday filed an appeal for the retraction of a court's decision to allow Malaysian Christians to use the phrase Allah in their bulletin, many parties seemed to be discontented.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Najib Tun Razak (read h e r e), in condemning such arson has directed the police to come down hard on those involved. It's time for communal rules and regulations to be strictly observed by every citizen.
I am sad with this incidents. After May 13 1969, we have seen the country grew by leaps and bounds, almost all of it was achieved through good cooperation among all races in this country.
Those who tried to burn down churches, mosques, kuils and other place of worships should not only be kept behind bars but must go through a 'brainwash'. Yes, I do agree with Rockybru that we are not Egypt or Iraq.
The time has come for each and every level-headed individual to bear in mind that for a multi-racial and multi-religion country like Malaysia, we share the pride of being ONE!