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WHOEVER said that Malaysia is a secular nation with a secular constitution where the rights of the non-Muslims are protected.
Over the years there have been both subtle and overt forms of Islamisation. These forms are to deny non-Muslims the right to make decisions on a whole range of matters.
‘In other words, there are more and more restrictions on the choice of non-Muslims.
It is not about drinking alcohol or even gambling in the gaming shops. Not all non-Muslims drink alcohol and not all patronise the 4D gaming shops.
It is for the non-Muslims to decide for themselves what is good and not good.
There is no need for moral policing resulting in the denial of their rights whether to consume or not to consume alcohol. Or their right to make decisions about their involvement in gambling.
The bold and insensitive move started with the recent ban on the sale of alcohol in sundry, retail and Chinese medicine halls in the Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory by the Kuala Lumpur City Hall ( DBKL) despite protests.
While MCA or Gerakan or MIC kept silent on the ban, MCA emerged to take credit for allowing the sale of the controversial Timah whisky.
The producer of this whisky was merely required to place a label somewhere on bottle that Timah refers to the metal tin.
What victory for the MCA having lost its voice in the DBKL’s ban on the sale of alcohol in sundry, retail and Chinese medicine shops.
Pathetic to say the least.
Emboldened by DBKL’s move against non-Muslim retail shops, the Kedah state government has ordered all local councils in the state to ban 4D gaming outlets.
Now if this decision is not Islamisation against the rights of non-Muslims, then what is it?
The gaming outlets are not just frequented by non-Muslims but also Muslims who want to try their luck in earning quick money.
If the state want to ban the Muslims from frequenting the gaming centres, I have nothing to say.
The state government or the local councils have no right to deny the non-Muslim their right to frequent or not to frequent the gaming outlets.
I would like ask about the stand of political parties such as MCA, Gerakan and MIC about this ban.
Kedah Menteri Besar Muhammed Sanusi Md Nor also announced that steps would be taken to restrict the sale of alcohol in rural areas.
If by and large, Muslims do not consume alcohol, so what then is Sanusi’s problem?
Why this bigotry against the non-Muslims?
Are they not citizens who have paid their taxes?
What wrong have they done to antagonise Sanusi to take punitive measures to punish them?
Don’t they have the right to make their own decisions whether to consume alcohol or to frequent 4D gaming outlets.
Who is Sanusi to deny the rights of the non-Muslims?
Why the necessity to close down gaming outlets and shops selling alcohol?