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PAS <b>Sungai Rambai</b> members urge party to leave Opposition Pact <b>...</b>

Posted: 15 Feb 2013 05:42 PM PST

Melaka, Feb 16: PAS, Penang Muslim Network, 1Malaysia Penawar Organisation and ordinary Muslims held peaceful demonstrations, here, George Town, Penang and Sik, Kedah over the 'Allah' issue, after Friday prayers, yesterday.

At the Masjid Selat compound, here, PAS members held a peaceful demonstration, urging PAS to leave the opposition pact, after DAP and Parti Keadilan Rakyat's (PKR) refusal to respect the decision of the Syura Council on the use of the term 'Allah'.

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Mohd Faizal Mansor, representing 20 members from the Sungai Rambai branch, said, they were disappointed and insulted by the development, and urged colleagues in the country not to allow themselves be used by DAP and PKR.

Mohd Faizal, who was a PAS member at the branch since 2008, also urged the Syura Council to come up with a resolution on the rule on members of the party helping DAP and PKR in the 13th general election.

In GEORGE TOWN, members of PAS and the Penang Muslim Network organization (JMPP) gathered in front of the Sheikh Eusoff Mosque in Jalan Datuk Keramat to urge the leaders of the opposition pact to retract the decision to allow non-Muslims from using the term 'Allah' in the Malay version of the Bible.

Tanjong PAS permanent chairman Zaidi Abu Bakar took the party leadership to task for being in cahoots with DAP and PKR who were openly not respecting the decision of the Syura Council that the term 'Allah' was exclusively for Muslims.

During the 30-minute gathering, the group also burned state government's mouthpiece, Bulletin Mutiara, in a symbolic rejection of Lim Guan Eng as Chief Minister of Penang and as the person responsible for starting the controversial issue.

On Jan 8, the term Allah was allowed to be used by Christians on the condition it was not abused.

In SIK, more that 300 members of the Sik 1Malaysia Penawar Organisation (Penawar) and the congregation at the Friday prayers at the Sik Jamek Mosque held a peaceful protest on the use of 'Allah' in the Malay version of the Bible.

They also stomped and tore posters bearing the symbol of the rocket and burned pictures of DAP secretary-general Lim Guan Eng.

Sik Penawar chairman Ghazali Ahmad, 58, said, the Malay community and Islam in the country must be united in defending Islam and Malay political power from being seized by quarters who wanted to destroy the future of the Malays.

"I regret that there are Malay ulama who are willing to be used by those who are anti-Islam and anti-Malay," he told Bernama after the 20 minute peaceful demonstration. –BERNAMA

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