Thursday, January 28, 2010

First a cow-head, now a pig head

What has all these got to do with religion?

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 27 —Pig heads were found at two mosques this morning, the latest in a series of attacks and acts of vandalism on places of worship following the “Allah” controversy.

Mosque officials found what appeared to be two wild boar heads wrapped in plastic bags and surrounded with Ringgit notes around 5.30 am this morning in Masjid Jumhuriyah in Taman Dato Harun and the Al- Imam Tirmizi mosque at Taman Sri Sentosa.

The heads of the wild boars could be construed as attempts to escalate unrest between Muslims and non-Muslims as pigs are considered unclean in Islam and therefore their presence in the mosques, an act of desecration.

PKR vice-president Sivarasa Rasiah who visited both mosques said it looked to him like an organised operation that was an attempt to incite racial tension.

“I am not surprised if the same group that did this is the same group that attacked the churches. This group clearly has political motivations,” he told The Malaysian Insider.

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Church arsonists probably from UMNO

Malaysian Christians are asking for it

Why no action on Al-Islam?

Christians have ulterior motives

JR: So many names to choose, why they have to choose that one??

On the lighter side: Is pork better than Viagra?

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission seen as a Mickey Mouse club

Najib seen as weak in implementing anti-corruption measures in Malaysia

MACC has again been taken to task for not taking any action on Najib's own UMNO members even with overwhelming evidence in their face. Their Mickey Mouse hearted response to corruption was today made known to the public when PKR members protested again to remind them on their lack of action in the case of ex-Selangor MB Khir Toyo's corruption investigation.

Mickey's fan club arriving at MACC

In another report in the WSJ Najib was also portrayed as taking a very weak stance against Islamic extremists in Malaysia as compared to Anwar Ibrahim on the "Allah" issue. Their back to back articles showed that Najib has fallen behind in his words to unite the Malaysian people by not taking a hard stance against Muslim fundamentalists, Joceline Tan reports.

Another Mickey Mouse?? - Malaysian AG still unwilling to prosecute VK Lingam