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    Re: Alcohol ban: Stop trying to be jaguh

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob K
    Tony has replied but has asked me not to make the reply public. So looks like its a TT session if you guys wanna know
    So for those that unable to attend TT, what's the take on this?
    What's DAP stand on Alcohol issue?
    I don't know why are they unable to see an opportunity and grasp it to the Rakyat's advantage.

    Bob, you are right about existing laws, but we all know the hardest part is the enforcement.
    After all, this is bolehland!
    There wont be any change until the head changes.

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    Re: Alcohol ban: Stop trying to be jaguh

    You're absolutely right in your assessment of the folks from DAP. They seem very jittery and
    will always react without much thoughts and strategies and more often than not, they get caught
    with their foot in the mouth.... it is so easy for the guys in BN to tease and trap them.

    Having said that, I shall bring back the issue of that self-proclaimed Sassy MP who kena ISA-ed
    etc... its like she is in the category the Malays call "menang sorak, kampong tergadai" type. I wish
    someone would sit her down and tell her to grow up and wise up. She is only bringing herself to
    be like Bung Mokhtar Radin type with all her unnecessary sorak....

    Hey DAP, go for the big things lah... leave out the arguments on the multi-lingual roadsigns and
    all the minor things...

    Bill Clinton put it most sptly in 1992 when he campaigned against George Bush Sr.... "Its the
    economy, stupid!"
    "The only thing necessary for evil to trumph is for good men to do nothing" - Edmund Burke

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    PAS, DAP and the alcohol controversy in Selangor

    Excellent article here. Tony should read it.

    Tuesday, 25 November 2008
    PAS, DAP and the alcohol controversy in Selangor

    The Malaysian Insider reported that there is a row between PAS and DAP on booze sale in Selangor. Official Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and PAS Deputy President Ustaz Nasharuddin Mat Isa were quoted in the article saying that alcohol selling shouldn't be promoted but non-Muslims shouldn't be denied its consumption. Ustaz Nasharuddin seemed to be less informed on what transpired in Selangor saying that PAS would wait for more details from Pas Selangor concerning the issue.

    http://scandalasia.blogspot.com/2008...oversy-in.html
    py

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    Re: PAS, DAP and the alcohol controversy in Selangor

    Quote Originally Posted by pywong
    Excellent article here. Tony should read it.

    Tuesday, 25 November 2008
    PAS, DAP and the alcohol controversy in Selangor

    The Malaysian Insider reported that there is a row between PAS and DAP on booze sale in Selangor. Official Opposition leader Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim and PAS Deputy President Ustaz Nasharuddin Mat Isa were quoted in the article saying that alcohol selling shouldn't be promoted but non-Muslims shouldn't be denied its consumption. Ustaz Nasharuddin seemed to be less informed on what transpired in Selangor saying that PAS would wait for more details from Pas Selangor concerning the issue.

    http://scandalasia.blogspot.com/2008...oversy-in.html
    High time DAP concentrate on the big picture and work for the Rakyat, not only for "luxuries" of non-Muslims!
    DAP should also read this and not behave like the mention imans in the passage.
    From the same blogspot http://scandalasia.blogspot.com/2008...-malaysia.html
    excerpt....
    The young man narrated his ordeal. He said his sick mother who is in coma needs help. However, fellow Muslims who are obliged to help him have ignored him. He said the Imams don't tell fellow Muslims that they should care for one another. That the sick should be visited, that the wayfarer should be helped, that the poor should be attended to, that the meek should be lifted up. He said they talk about God's fear while not telling people the real Taqwa which is helping one another and attending to each other's needs and understanding the higher purpose of life.

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