Did PAS spiritual leader Nik Aziz really say that women who dress up indecently deserves to be rape? Whether they are Muslims or not, rape seems the ultimate 'punishment' for the Kelantan Mentri Besar.
He said that abut 4 years ago. Whether he meant it or not, that's what we call 'statement of immorality'. And coming from Nik Aziz, nobody would want to believe it!
But MCA has the proof:
Datuk Seri Dr Chua Soi Lek agreed today with a Wanita MCA leader’s view that PAS condones the raping of non-Muslim women, pointing out that the party’s spiritual leader Datuk Nik Aziz Nik Mat had made the opinion clear in a speech four years ago.Nik Aziz may have forgotten it (if he had said it). Whether the statement was taken out of context or not, its wrong for him to pass such a 'ruling'.
The MCA president alleged that in the 2008 speech, Nik Aziz had said that women who do not “tutup aurat” (protect their modesty) “deserved to be raped”.
“And the reason he gave was that this is because the eye is connected to the genitalia so when you see… you get provoked.
“This is not what I am saying… this is what Nik Aziz said. I can get you a tape immediately if you are interesting in seeing (Nik Aziz’s speech),” he told reporters after chairing a special briefing with MCA delegates ahead of the party’s main annual general meeting (AGM) tomorrow.
Dr Chua was ask to comment on a Malaysiakini report quoting Wanita MCA vice-chairman Senator Heng Seai Kie as saying during the wing’s AGM earlier today that PAS condones the raping of women who do not conform to the Islamic dress code.
According to the news portal’s report, Heng, in trying to explain how the Islamic hudud law would affect both the Muslims and non-Muslims, had cited Nik Aziz’s 2008 speech, which can be found on YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFZSgOhf7L0).
Does hudud allow it?
Let's hear to what Pak Guru has got to say...