Apr 20, 2009

The Making of Bangsa Malaysia

Former Pakatan Rakyat Perak state EXCO, Nga Kor Ming repeated the reciting of verses from the Quran in an apparent defiance against Malay Unity Action Front president Osman Abu Bakar, who had lodged a police report against the Taiping MP and Pantai Remis assemblyperson for doing the same in the run up to the Bukit Gantang by-election recently.

This time Nga recited the verses in the presence of PAS spiritual leader Nik Abdul Aziz Nik Mat and close to 1,000 party supporters at the Markas PAS in Taman Melewar, Gombak. Even though he is a non-Muslim, he showing is openness in learning Al-Quran. This shows PAS has succeeded in uniting all Malaysia through the Principe of Islam.

I think it’s nothing wrong for a non-Muslim learn and recite Al-Quran verses in their daily life. Its show that the non-Muslims are really understands the Islam, which is the nation’s official religion. I hope my non-Muslim friends do not misunderstand me, learning Al-Quran does not illustrate that we have converted to another religion, but shows our strong relationship as Malaysians by accepting each other in this lovely multi-religion nation.

YB Nga shows a good example as a Malaysian (Bangsa Malaysia):

1 comment:

al-Balingi said...

Salam Reformasi,

* Yeah, you're absolute right bro. There's nothing wrong for non-muslim to recite verses from Quran. Just like what TG Nik Aziz said.

* For further elaboration on this, please feel free to visit my blog..:)

* By the way, Mr Rajagopal is the new Malaysia's football coach. Hope that he can deliver...