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Suara Pakatan Rakyat wrote an article saying that Pakatan Rakyat’s Members of Parliament are going to try to abrogate Article 11 (4) of the Federal Constitution of Malaysia.
Article 11 (4) gives the right to the states and federal government to control or restrict the propagation of any religious doctrine or belief among Muslims.
This is in line with PKR’s senior leader, Nurul Izzah Anwar’s statement during a forum, ‘Islamic State: Which version; Who’s responsibility?’.
It was jointly organised by a Christianity NGO, OHMSI (Oriental Hearts and Mind Study Institute) and IRF (Islamic Renaissance Front ) at Subang Jaya Full Gospel Church.
Pakatan Rakyat (PR) leaders said that they will not change the Federal Constitution of Malaysia if they win the 13th General Election; so what is happening now?
It seems that, ‘the freedom for the Muslims to convert to other religions’ is what PR wants.
Why are they fighting for this issue?
Article 3 (1) says that Islam is the religion of the Federation.
Does PR wish to change this too?
And what will its ally, PAS says about this when PAS claims to be an Islamic party and claims Umno’s leaders and members as unIslamic?
So far it was reported that PAS’s MPs Khalid Samad and Datuk Dr. Mujahid Yusof Rawa support Nurul Izzah’s statement.
Parts of Selangor were flooded because of heavy rains yesterday.
There were flash floods in Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam.
In Shah Alam, a 4 hours rain caused a flash flood along Jalan Persiaran Sukan around Bulatan Stadium.
In Sepang a few places were flooded especially around Dengkil where around 1000 people were evacuated.
Today NST reported that almost 4,000 victims in Johor, Selangor, Perak and Malacca have been evacuated as floodwaters rose to danger levels.
The authorities issued the flood alert yesterday after the situation worsened following the non-stop rain in four west coast states.
They warned that the situation would become worse as it may rain continuously for between three to eight days.
The Welfare Department are prepared for the flood.
There are 5,068 relief centres that can accommodate up to 1.3 million flood victims throughout the nation.