Sunday, November 13, 2011

Gay: Melaka, Pahang make the right move

I second the notion by Malacca Chief Minister Ali Rustam to enact a law prohibiting and punishing gays among Muslims in the State. Similarly, Pahang State Government is also considering an equal set of syariah guidelines.

It does not matter if Ambiga, Marina and their pressure groups oppose it on 'human rights' ground but when it comes to Islamic Law and the future of our generation, there shouldn't be any compromise.

We better build more schools, mosques and churches rather than erecting too many hospitals to treat HIV and AIDS patients.

Unless Ambiga and Marina feel that same-sex marriage is allowed by religions other than Islam, they may fight for them but not for Muslims. When Islam prohibits and despises gay and lesbians, the rules must be observed, just like the 'haram' on alcohol, adultery, gambling, etc. And I personally believe no religion allows it.

Human rights should be applied only for good and healthy life. Freedom too has its limitation. If rights and freedom lead to social decay and deteriorating lifestyle, the proponents should give it a lengthy thought.

Go on, Malacca and Pahang! Set the pace before it's too late. We don't belong to the socially-corrupt and immoral Western society. We only emulate the positive values. Not everything is good about the West.

12 comments:

a voter said...

we should not be promoting gay and lesbian. it's against islam and human norms. i dont understand why some people like ambiga, marina mahathir dan NGO like suaram champion this peoples' cause. once they feel there are someone protecting and 'licensing' what the do, it will be more widespread. more and more youth will engage themselves in this immoral living. what will happen in 10 to 20 years from now? as u said, we should build more schools, mosques and churches than hospitals! btway, no other religions promote gay and lesbianism.

saadon, tawau said...

jai, somebody told me its gonna cause bn some good votes from the gays and lesbians. i was also told there are about 1 million gays and lesbians in malaysia and it will multiply should human rights for lesbians and gays are allowed.

it doesnt matter if they dont vote bn as long as our future generation are free from hiv and aids

dondang sayang said...

steady la datuk ali.

kita jaga melaka je lah. daripada anak2 cucu kita dapat macam2 penyakit sosial ni, elok bertindak dari sekarang. orang melayu perlu jauhi bencana ni. sebagai orang islam, aku memang sokong langkah ni.

penangan said...

salam,

memang baik. kita jauhi orang islam daripada gejala ni. biarkan ambiga dan marina berjuang untuk penganut agama lain, mungkin agama lain izinkan perbuatan terkutuk ni

Anonymous said...

this fucking human rights groups got no religion.

human rights is their new religion... and we are worshiping them!

bastards!

kopi korek said...

ok. no big deal.

gays in melaka can move over to other states. ali is another anti-human rights asshole!

Anonymous said...

melaka and pahang set the precedent, then other states will follow.

we take care of the muslims. if followers of other religions who understand what gay and lesbian are, they will also support.

org serkam said...

hahahaa... nampaknya gay melaka kena keluau dari negeri tu kalau nak terus hidup dilaknati. kang kena cekup kang, tak pasal2 masuk gambau dalam suatkabau!

hawau!

Anonymous said...

Bro Jai,

Has anyone really look at d faces of these 3 promoters? I mean ambiga, irene f n marina...

I mean why do u think they so promoting these heinous immoral activities? Arent those faces of rejects? Ada ka men maw itu mcm punya muka? Itu barang pon reject la, x maw bangun tengok itu irene punya sex-starve face, even a drunkard pon x maw lor!!!

Anonymous said...

We cannot deny the fact that there are so many homosexuals in our country, we also cannot deny the fact that a persons sexual preference is very personal, but what I cannot understand is why these homos go around telling the world that they r homos and fight for rights, what right? As a Muslim they should know that it is forbidden in their religion, why make an issue fighting for rights? And in this country, people will not and cannot accept same sex marriages an adoption, so why fight for rights? (Transgender is another matter coz they are born that way, not their will)

Anonymous said...

sedih melihat marina mahathir membelakangkan agama demi perjuangan hak asasi manusia...

Anonymous said...

Since the production of generic HIV/AIDS treatment became widely available, more people can get the medicine and if you take it correctly, average life expectancy is only 5 years less than that of people living without HIV/AIDS.
HIV/AIDS cannot be transmitted hugging, sharing food or kissing. Although the condition is more widespread among homosexuals, anybody can get it by sleeping with an infected person without protection, receiving an infected blood transfusion or because their mother was infected. It can happen to ANYONE.

Many people don't know these things because of lack of information. Make sure you know all the information before you form your opinion.

I personally believe that people should be free to follow their own sexual preference and I cannot imagine that any God would want to force somebody to be unhappy (if they cannot be gay or lesbian) since God loves every human being.