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.