I think Home Minister Hishammuddin Hussein and Info Minister Rais Yatim should work alongside to establish evidence as to whether what was written by my fellow-bloggers BigDog and Marahku (here and here)about 'turning Christian as the country's official religion' was based on real fact or hearsay.
However, knowing both of them well enough - people with a distinguish character - I tend to believe that some parties had lied to cover up some facts, which I personally have not seen.
What they wrote was a serious allegation and could lead to Muslims' backlash in the country. Should they have committed any cyber crime, then the MCMC under Rais should act fast before it goes haywire. And if they are found to be committing a crime under 'Akta Hasutan', Hisham should take the due course of appropriate action.
As far as the reports are concerned, Bukit Aman has started investigation (read here).
Similarly, Hisham must also act on DAP's Jeff Ooi, the Jelutong MP accused by both bloggers as inciting racial sentiment. Although he has denied allegations about his involvement, his testimonial is needed.
And to few reporters (non-Bahasa publications) who asked me why action is not taken against Utusan Malaysia newspaper for publicising such allegations (here), let me tell you that Utusan was just doing a 'straight reporting' about it and such allegations did not come from them.
Unless if your newspapers can come up with rebuttal stories, then the case would be between yours and Utusan Malaysia. What a stupid question you people asked me! And let me ask you, who is actually riding on the issue?
So, Hisham and Rais - just attend to it fast before it explodes before us!
Btw, here is another subversive act, another 'Jalur Gemilang terbalik'. Read 'Alamak! Sejak Bila Negara Darurat? Tks bro Mazidul
I think it was done deliberately by the Opposition. Do we still need to close our eyes?