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KUALA LUMPUR 27 Jun (Utusan) – Bekas Naib Presiden Indonesia, Jusuf Kalla menyifatkan Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim sebagai pemimpin yang mempunyai imaginasi sangat melampau kerana masih ingin menjadi Perdana Menteri meskipun parti pimpinannya kalah dalam pilihan raya umum lalu.

Menurutnya, dalam satu pertemuan bersama Ketua Pembangkang tersebut selepas pengumuman keputusan pilihan raya, beliau telah memberitahu Anwar bahawa Malaysia mengamalkan sistem undi elektoral, yang mana parti menang akan membentuk kerajaan dan melantik Perdana Menteri.

“Malangnya, Anwar ego, imaginasinya sangat melampau-lampau, beliau tetap mahu jadi Perdana Menteri. Saya memberitahunya, kamu sudah gila? Mana mungkin menjadi Perdana Menteri sedangkan hanya menang 89 kerusi Parlimen walhal Najib (Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak) menang 133.

“Tolong beri saya jawapan atas dasar apa kamu boleh jadi Perdana Menteri kerana kamu sendiri tahu hanya menang 89 walhal Najib menang 133. Kami bertengkar dan akhirnya Anwar berfikir juga,” katanya seperti dipetik daripada portal berita Merdeka Online di penuh-jusuf-kalla/ baru-baru ini.

Mengulas lanjut, Jusuf mendedahkan, perhimpunan Blackout 505 yang digerakkan Penasihat Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) itu dibiayai beberapa pihak, khususnya dari Turki, Washington, Amerika Syarikat; Filipina serta kemungkinan Thailand dan China.

Katanya, pemberi dana yang besar itu datang dari sebuah syarikat besar di Filipina dan Turki untuk membantu aktiviti perhimpunan bantahan tersebut.

“Mereka tidak boleh menyembunyikan diri kerana rakan-rakan bisnes kita ketahui siapa mereka. Isunya untuk apa membuat perhimpunan tersebut jika hanya memberi keuntungan kepada musuh-musuh Islam dan orang Melayu?

“Saya sendiri bertanya kepada Anwar, apakah kamu boleh mengawal parti DAP?. Anwar terdiam dan tidak dapat memberikan jawapan dengan jelas, ternyata beliau ada masalah untuk mengawal ahli-ahli Parlimen dari parti lain,” katanya.

Menurut Jusuf, beliau terfikir bahawa tindakan Anwar mengadakan perhimpunan haram itu hanya sia-sia, melainkan menguntungkan sebelah pihak iaitu musuh-musuh Islam.

Berhubung pencerobohan pengganas Kiram di Lahad Datu, Sabah, beliau berkata, terdapat campur tangan daripada pihak-pihak tertentu di Filipina, kawan-kawan Anwar seperti Joseph Estrada dan sebuah syarikat besar di negara itu yang memberikan sokongan kewangan dalam pencerobohan tersebut.

“Tujuan mereka satu sahaja iaitu untuk melemahkan kerajaan Malaysia. Mereka yang menceroboh itu mahu menunjukkan kepada dunia luar bahawa kerajaan Malaysia lemah dan gagal menangani isu tersebut,” katanya.

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Badr, whose movement has won organizational support from leftist and liberal parties, said: “We’re not looking for violence. We won’t allow it … We’re holding up a red card and blowing a whistle to tell Mursi to go. That is all.”

Macam biasa dengar je …

Bacalah keseluruhnya di sini, dipetik dari Reuters:

(Reuters) – Hearing their bright-eyed talk around a cafe table of a peaceful new Egyptian revolution, you might dismiss Mahmoud Badr and the other young instigators of a petition asking for a new president as hopeless dreamers.

People sign their names as volunteers from the opposition ”Rebel!” campaign stop passengers in the underground to collect signatures for their campaign ahead of a planned anti-Mursi protest at the end of the month, in Cairo June 25, 2013.

Except they managed it once before – Cairo twentysomethings just like these, in their deck shoes and Tommy Hilfiger T-shirts, checking iPads and puffing on low-tar Marlboros over Turkish coffee, a few blocks from Tahrir Square.

In 2011 this generation, armed with Facebook, brought out Egyptians of all ages and backgrounds in protest and, to the world’s amazement, toppled the “Pharaoh” Hosni Mubarak.

Can they do it again? Can they get millions back into the streets from Sunday and force President Mohamed Mursi to step aside, perhaps with a nudge from the army? Can they end the Islamist rule which Badr and his friends feel has usurped their revolution after only two years.

Pictures of President Mohamed Mursi are seen behind a volunteer from the opposition “Rebel!” campaign, as he stops passengers in the underground to collect signatures for their campaign ahead of a planned anti-Mursi protest at the end of the month, in Cairo June 25, 2013.

Badr thinks so, even if he shakes his head occasionally in disbelief that what he started in a casual conversation with friends a couple of months ago has swelled into a mammoth petition, backing nationwide rallies from this coming Sunday, that has the president and his allies seriously worried.

“I have no doubt, from what we saw during the signature campaign and our ability to gather millions of signatures from people in no time, that we will succeed,” the 28-year-old newspaper and television journalist told Reuters.

“People will protest on June 30 and eventually we will force Mursi to do what we want. It is just a matter of time.”

A man signs his name as volunteers from the opposition “Rebel!” campaign stop passengers in the underground to collect signatures for their campaign ahead of a planned anti-Mursi protest at the end of the month, in Cairo June 25, 2013.

Mursi, for whom Sunday will mark his first anniversary in office, has dismissed efforts to unseat him as undemocratic – a view broadly echoed by others, from the head of the army to Islamist former militants and the U.S. ambassador in Cairo.

Badr sits with colleagues from their nearby campaign offices in Groppi. A Cairo landmark, the cafe has seen its share of cultural ferment and political intrigue since colonial days. But its faded charms speak of stagnation and disappointment under Mubarak, ills the Arab Spring uprising has failed to remedy.

Frustration that Mursi’s Muslim Brotherhood was not offering reform, and that established opposition parties were getting nowhere after failing to win a series of elections, drove Badr to propose what seemed at first a naive idea.

“Why don’t we just rebel?” he recalled saying to friends one Sunday. Three days later, on May 1, they launched their campaign “Tamarud – Rebel!” – both Arabic and English, but a single idea.


Paying for printing out of their own pockets, Badr, whose father is a rights activist, and his friends and acquaintances fanned out on street corners. They asked people to sign a petition of “no confidence” in Mursi, calling for new elections.

A volunteer from the opposition “Rebel!” group holds a sign as she tries to stop traffic to collect signatures for their campaign on a highway, ahead of a planned anti-Mursi protest at the end of the month, in Cairo June 22, 2013.

“We adopted the idea of peaceful rebellion,” Badr said. “Our tools are paper and pens.”

Soon they were the talk of Egypt. About 12,000 people volunteered to gather signatures. This week they say they have over 15 million, all duly registered with voters’ ID numbers. While hard to verify, this figure is two million more than elected Mursi a year ago.

“We made people feel fantasy could become reality,” said Walid al-Masry, 26, an unemployed computer science graduate who helped set up Tamarud. “And because we really love what we do, and we mean it, people believed us.”

Egyptians well remember how a call on social media to gather on January 25, 2011 ended with Mubarak’s overthrow 18 days later, adding credibility to Tamarud’s hopes of a new beginning:

“June 30 is not something new,” Badr said. “It is the continuation of the January 25 revolution, to get it back on track. “But this time, we won’t give up before we see change.”

Whether disappointment with Mursi can be channeled into a coherent, elected administration is unclear. Similar calls by youth protest movements in the past two years have fizzled out.

Mursi’s Islamist supporters are staging their own shows of strength and the army has warned both sides to back away from violence. Badr, whose movement has won organizational support from leftist and liberal parties, said: “We’re not looking for violence. We won’t allow it … We’re holding up a red card and blowing a whistle to tell Mursi to go. That is all.”


They propose no one else. The president could run again, said Badr. He himself voted for Mursi in the run-off last year rather than back Mubarak’s last prime minister, the other candidate. In the first round, he backed a moderate Islamist.

The plan come Sunday is to put millions on the streets across Egypt – and keep them there, with donated food and tents.

The group foresees an interim government of technocrats and a joint military-civilian council running Egypt until elections. Badr said he might run for president himself one day, noting he will have to wait by law until he turns 40: “And why not?

“We want a free Egypt, an Egypt for all Egyptians including the Islamists,” he said. “A democratic Egypt governed by law.”

These are sentiments that Groppi’s dusty chandeliers have heard many times before over the past century. Are not Badr and his friends afraid for themselves if their campaign fails?

“Even if the government jails us or kills us,” said Badr, soft brown eyes shining over the rim of his coffee cup, “the idea will not die and others will follow our path.

“We believe this land is worth fighting and dying for.”


  • Two photos show Sunday morning services in churches in East London
  • The third shows worshippers gathered for Friday midday prayers outside a nearby mosque 
  • The difference in numbers could hardly be more dramatic

Set aside the fact that our Queen is the Defender of the Christian Faith. Ignore the 26 Church of England bishops who sit in the House of Lords.

Pay no attention to the 2011 Census that told us 33.2 million people in England and Wales describe themselves as Christians.

For if you want a more telling insight into religion in the United Kingdom today, just look at these photographs. The story they tell is more revealing than any survey.


What they show are three acts of worship performed in the East End of London within a few hundred yards of each other at the end of last month.

Two of the photos show Sunday morning services in the churches of St George-in-the-East on Cannon Street Road, and St Mary’s on Cable Street.

The third shows worshippers gathered for Friday midday prayers outside the nearby mosque on the Brune Street Estate in Spitalfields.

The difference in numbers could hardly be more dramatic. At St George’s, some 12 people have congregated to celebrate Holy Communion.

Empty pews: 18th-century parishioners crowded into St George-in-the-East hear John Wesley. Only 12 people attended the service [Left photo caption] Empty pews: 18th-century parishioners crowded into St George-in-the-East hear John Wesley. Only 12 people attended the service

When the church was built in the early 18th century, it was designed to seat 1,230.

Numbers are similar at St Mary’s, opened in October 1849. Then, it could boast a congregation of 1,000. Today, as shown in the picture, the worshippers total just 20.

While the two churches are nearly empty, the Brune Street Estate mosque has a different problem — overcrowding.

The mosque itself is little more than a small room rented in a  community centre, and it can hold only 100.

However, on Fridays, those numbers swell to three to four times the room’s capacity, so the worshippers spill out onto the street, where they take up around the same amount of space as the size of the near-empty St Mary’s down the road.

Dwindling flock: St Mary's Cable Street in East London was built to hold 1,000 people. Today, the congregation numbers around 20 [Right photo caption] Dwindling flock: St Mary’s Cable Street in East London was built to hold 1,000 people. Today, the congregation numbers around 20

What these pictures suggest is that, on current trends, Christianity in this country is becoming a religion of the past, and Islam is one of the future.

In the past ten years, there has been a decrease in people in England and Wales identifying as Christian, from 71.7 per cent to 59.3 per cent of the population.

In the same period the number of Muslims in England and Wales has risen from 3 per cent of the population to 4.8 per cent — 2.7 million people.

And Islam has age on its side. Whereas a half of British Muslims are under 25, almost a quarter of Christians are approaching their eighth decade.

It is estimated that in just 20 years, there will be more active Muslims in this country than churchgoers — an idea which even half a century ago would have been utterly unthinkable.

Many will conclude with a heavy heart that Christianity faces a permanent decline in Britain, its increasingly empty churches a monument to those centuries when the teachings of Christ governed the thoughts and deeds of the masses.

A study in devotion: The tiny mosque on the Brune Street Estate, Spitalfields, holds only 100 people, so the local Bangladeshi community throng the street for Friday midday prayers [Above photo caption] A study in devotion: The tiny mosque on the Brune Street Estate, Spitalfields, holds only 100 people, so the local Bangladeshi community throng the street for Friday midday prayers

On Sunday October 1, 1738, St George’s was packed twice during the day to hear the great evangelist John Wesley, who then preached at the church for the following week explaining, as he put it, ‘the way of salvation to many who misunderstood what had been preached concerning it’.

Today, there are no John Wesleys to fill up the pews. The church does its best, offering, for example, a monthly ‘Hot Potato Sunday’, during which the few congregants can discuss the  readings of the day over a baked potato.

Canon Michael Ainsworth of St George’s puts on a brave face when he says: ‘What we are  saying now is it is not just a matter of numbers. It is about keeping faith with the city and hanging in there — being part of the community.’

At St Mary’s, meanwhile, Rev Peter McGeary cannot explain why the numbers are so low: ‘It’s impossible to say, there are so many variables.’

When he is asked if he tries to boost his congregations, he simply replies: ‘We are not a company, we are a church.’

In contrast, there seems a remarkable energy attached to the mosque on Brune Street, which has been described as the ‘Mecca of the City’.

Here, come rain or shine, members of the  Bangladeshi community perform the Friday prayer of Jumma under the open sky. It is a communal act which will surely only grow in popularity.

Sadly, that’s not something that can be said of the two nearby churches, and unless they can reinvigorate their congregations they may finally end up being deconsecrated.

When that happens, such large buildings will be attractive spaces for those who can fill them.

One day, in a few decades, St George’s may well again be packed with worshippers — but they will not be Christians.

[Nota] Berikut adalah Memorandum daripada Sekretariat Mendaulatkan Islam Sebagai Agama Persekutuan berhubung isu penyalahgunaan nama “Allah” yang telah diserahkan kepada Penyimpan Mohor Besar Raja-Raja Melayu bersempena Mesyuarat Majlis Raja-raja Yang ke-231 yang telah diadakan pada 27 Februari 2013 untuk penelitian dan titah Duli-duli Yang Maha Mulia Raja-Raja Melayu. Untuk maklumat terkini kes nama “Allah’ di peringkat Mahkamah Rayuan, sila baca di sini.


Dengan penuh hormat dan takzimnya, Sekretariat Mendaulatkan Islam Sebagai Agama Persekutuan (SEKRETARIAT), merafak sembah dan memohon perkenan Duli  Yang Maha Mulia Raja-Raja Melayu untuk meneliti dan seterusnya mengampun perkenan titah ke atas Memorandum berhubung perkembangan terkini berkaitan isu penyalahgunaan nama suci ‘Allah’.

Memorandum ini telah dizahirkan akibat kegusaran dan kekhuatiran umat Islam yang terbit dari perkembangan mutakhir, di mana kesucian nama ‘Allah’, sebagaimana terpelihara dalam Perlembagaan Persekutuan, Undang-undang Tubuh Negeri-negeri, Enakmen Pentadbiran Agama Islam Negeri-Negeri, Fatwa-fatwa Majlis Fatwa Kebangsaan, Fatwa-fatwa Majlis Fatwa Negeri-negeri serta kuasa-kuasa mutlak Raja-raja Melayu sebagai Ketua Agama Islam, boleh dan telahpun tercemar.

Memorandum ini adalah ikhtiar terdesak SEKRETARIAT yang mewakili pelbagai lapisan umat Islam, khususnya Pertubuhan-pertubuhan Islam Bukan Kerajaan, tokoh-tokoh pemimpin umat Islam, gagasan individu Melayu dan Muslim terkemuka, pemikir-pemikir arus perdana serta Badan-badan yang berkongsi keprihatinan yang sama.

Justeru, DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu yang telah bersumpah Syar`iy dengan melafazkan “Wallahi, Wabillahi, Watallahi” untuk “memelihara pada setiap masa Agama Islam” dirayu untuk meneliti dan mengeluarkan titah ke atas keadaan yang amat membimbangkan ini.

Keprihatinan SEKRETARIAT

SEKRETARIAT prihatin dan gusar melihat usaha-usaha sesetengah pihak untuk menyalahgunakan nama suci Allah yang seterusnya boleh menimbulkan kekeliruan dan ketidakmasyarakat Muslim khususnya orang Melayu yang sememangnya sangat komited dalam memelihara kesucian agama Islam terutamanya nama suci Allah, dan juga penganut Islam daripada keturunan lain.

Konsep ketuhanan berasaskan mentauhidkan ‘Allah’ yang dianuti oleh masyarakat Muslim di dalam realiti Malaysia dan konteks Muslim dan tradisi, kebudayaan dan sejarah Melayu di Malaysia, ialah Allah dalam ertikata agama tauhid, bercanggah dengan konsep Tuhan Triniti sebagaimana yang difahami oleh penganut agama Kristian

Perkembangan Mutakhir

Sebagai makluman Ke Bawah DYMM Raja-raja Melayu, mutakhir ini telah berlaku suatu lagi penghinaan terhadap institusi Raja-Raja Melayu, khususnya terhadap DYMM Sultan Selangor Darul Ehsan. Pihak Majlis Agama Islam Selangor (MAIS) telah menerima surat daripada sebuah firma guaman, Tetuan Azri, Lee Swee Seng & Co. bertarikh 10 Januari 2013 berhubung beberapa aspek mengenai larangan penggunaan nama Allah oleh orang bukan Islam seperti yang dititah DYMM Sultan Selangor.

Surat tersebut antara lain menyifatkan kenyataan MAIS tersebut sebagai bercanggah dengan keputusan Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur dan memo dalaman daripada Ketua Setiausaha Kementerian Dalam Negeri bertarikh 8 April 2011. SEKRETARIAT, mewakili sentimen umat Islam amnya, merasa amat kesal kerana tindakan ini yang bersifat mempertikaikan kedudukan DYMM Sultan Selangor sebagai Ketua Agama Islam di negeri Selangor Darul Ehsan seperti yang termaktub di dalam Perlembagaan Persekutuan dan Undang-undang Tubuh Negeri Selangor 1959.

SEKRETARIAT berpendirian bahawa titah DYMM Sultan Selangor berhubung larangan penggunaan nama Allah adalah dibuat selaras dengan kuasa Baginda dan mengikut peruntukan dalam Enakmen Agama Bukan Islam (Kawalan Perkembangan Di Kalangan Orang Islam) 1988 yang masih berkuat kuasa sejak ia diwartakan pada 7 Julai 1988.

Di negeri Selangor, Seksyen 9, enakmen berkenaan yang diwujudkan selaras dengan Perkara 11 (4) Perlembagaan Persekutuan, secara jelas melarang nama Allah daripada digunakan oleh orang bukan Islam dalam apa-apa perkara yang berkaitan dengan agama mereka.

Susulan perkembangan mutakhir tersebut, SEKRETARIAT menyembah kepada DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu perasaan prihatin dan khuatir yang amat sangat dengan sikap pihak-pihak yang masih berdegil mengambil tindakan-tindakan yang menghakis kedaulatan agama Islam. Ini termasuklah mencetak dan menerbitkan bible di dalam bahasa melayu serta mengedarkan bible seumpama itu kepada pelajar-pelajar di Pulau Pinang dan memanipulasi isu penyalahgunaan nama suci Allah. Sedangkan kedudukan undang-undang setakat ini masih bersifat status quo, kerana kes-kes mahkamah dalam isu ini masih belum dimuktamadkan. Berikut adalah sedikit ringkasan kes-kes tersebut:


Berikutan daripada keputusan YA Hakim Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur pada 31 Disember 2009 terhadap permohonan Semakan Kehakiman oleh Titular Roman Catholic Archbishop of Kuala Lumpur, Jabatan Peguam Negara telah memfailkan rayuan bagi pihak Perayu-perayu di Mahkamah Rayuan pada 4 Januari 2010 dan telah memfailkan Rekod Rayuan pada 25 Februari 2010. Pada masa ini, tarikh pendengaran rayuan tersebut masih belum ditetapkan oleh Mahkamah Rayuan.

Pada 6 Januari 2010, YA Hakim Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur telah membenarkan permohonan Peguam Negara Malaysia untuk menggantung pelaksanaan dan prosiding seterusnya berhubung dengan keseluruhan keputusan YA Hakim tersebut sehingga rayuan Perayu-perayu di Mahkamah Rayuan dilupuskan dengan muktamad.


Permohonan Pemohon untuk mendapatkan kebenaran (leave application) untuk memohon semakan kehakiman terhadap keputusan Menteri Dalam Negeri di Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur telah dibenarkan oleh YA Hakim Mahkamah Tinggi pada 4 Mei 2009.

Setakat ini, YA Hakim Mahkamah Tinggi Kuala Lumpur masih belum mendengar permohonan substantif bagi Semakan Kehakiman ini. Kes ini masih di peringkat Pengurusan Kes. Tarikh sebutan Pengurusan Kes yang akan datang ialah pada 28 Februari 2013.

SEKRETARIAT berpandangan bahawa apapun keputusan akhir mahkamah dalam kes-kes di atas, ia perlu dibataskan kepada fakta-fakta khusus kes-kes tersebut. Ia tidak boleh difahami sebagai mengurangi kesan dan skop peruntukan-peruntukan yang sedia ada berkaitan dengan Islam yang terdapat dalam Perlembagaan Persekutuan serta mana-mana undang-undang lain yang sedang berkuatkuasa terutamanya Enakmen-enakmen Negeri berkaitan Kawalan Pengembangan Agama Bukan Islam di Kalangan Penganut Islam. Peruntukan Enakmen-enakmen ini jelas menyatakan bahawa sesetengah perkataan termasuk nama suci ‘Allah’ adalah khusus untuk kegunaan Agama Islam. Enakmen-enakmen ini adalah undang-undang yang sah serta perlu dikuatkuasakan dengan lebih bersungguh-sungguh.


Susulan dari Majlis Taklimat pada 30 Januari 2013 di Dewan Syarahan Utama, Masjid Negara, Kuala Lumpur, anjuran pihak SEKRETARIAT yang telah menghimpunkan para pimpinan Pertubuhan-pertubuhan Islam dan Melayu, tokoh-tokoh pemimpin umat Islam, para tokoh Melayu terkemuka, pemikir-pemikir arus perdana serta Badan-badan lain yang berkongsi keprihatinan yang sama berkaitan dengan isu ini, SEKRETARIAT telah memutuskan untuk terus memantau dan meneliti perkembangan seterusnya serta menyusun langkah-langkah yang konkrit dalam menangani keadaan ini dengan penuh hikmah.

Dalam masa yang sama, SEKRETARIAT menginsafi bahawa gerak kerja secara bersinergi, lebih-lebih lagi berpayungkan titah-titah tegas DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu amat penting dan kritikal jika keadaan ini hendak ditangani dengan berkesan. SEKRETARIAT khuatir sekiranya tindakan yang segera dan jitu tidak diambil, maka krisis yang lebih besar akan berlaku di kalangan masyarakat di dalam negara ini.

Justeru, SEKRETARIAT memikul amanah berat untuk menyembahkan harapan besar umat Islam di negara ini yang menyanjung tinggi kedudukan DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu sebagai Ketua Agama dan Negeri, agar DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu sentiasa dianugerahkan daulat dan kudrat oleh Allah SWT untuk menzahirkan titah-titah yang bertepatan sesuai dengan penilaian yang teliti dan syumul DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu.

Sekretariat mempersembah maklum ke bawah DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu bahawa gabungan Badan-badan Islam bukan kerajaan yang bernaung bawah PEMBELA, telah membuat suatu laporan polis pada 18 Januari 2013, terhadap firma guaman Tetuan Azri, Lee Swee Seng & Co. berhubung tindakan firma guaman tersebut yang telah menghina kedudukan dan kedaulatan Sultan Selangor selaku Ketua Agama Islam bagi negeri Selangor, melalui suatu surat mereka bertarikh 10 Januari 2013, sebagaimana yang telah disentuh dalam 4.1.1.di atas.

Laporan polis tersebut dibuat bagi menggesa pihak polis memulakan satu siasatan menurut Seksyen 298A Kanun Keseksaan yang memperuntukkan kesalahan melakukan perbuatan yang boleh menyebabkan perpecahan harmoni dan perpaduan, rasa tidak puas hati dan prejudis berdasarkan agama.

Rayuan SEKRETARIAT kepada DYMM Raja-raja Melayu

6.1.1    DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu menetapkan suatu agenda khas untuk perkara ini diperhalusi dan diputuskan tindakannya di dalam Mesyuarat Majlis Raja-Raja akan datang;

6.1.2    SEKRETARIAT memohon perhatian dari Ke Bawah DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu agar titah penegasan dapat disampaikan melalui Majlis-majlis Agama Islam Negeri-negeri supaya tindakan tegas melalui peruntukan undang-undang yang terdapat dalam Enakmen Kawalan dan Sekatan Pengembangan Agama Bukan Islam Negeri-negeri diambil untuk membendung perkembangan yang tidak sihat dan bahaya ini.

6.1.3    DYMM Raja-Raja Melayu mengeluarkan titah peringatan tegas kepada para pemimpin parti-parti politik, sama ada yang beragama Islam atau bukan beragama Islam, untuk menghormati larangan penggunaan nama ‘Allah’ di kalangan bukan Islam menurut kedudukan undang-undang sedia ada, serta tidak menjadikan isu ini sebagai alat untuk meraih sokongan politik yang sempit dan tidak bertanggungjawab;

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