Developments continue to emerge in regards to the raid that was not a raid conducted by the Malaysian religious
thugs for Allah police on a Kuala Lumpur-area church last August. It seems that the Muslim authorities have made their final determinations as to what happened, and have proclaimed the infidels guilty of trying to proselytize to Muslims (which is illegal in Malaysia) by continuing to rely on what a Malaysian Catholic bishop refers to as ‘dubious evidence’. What the bishop fails to realize is that under Shariah, the infidel is automatically presumed guilty, and Muslims are under no compunction to substantially prove anything; in fact a Muslim solely accusing a non Muslim of misconduct is prima facie evidence under Shariah. Americans would be well advised to remember this before allowing Islamic law to embed itself any deeper into the American legal system. From “Bishop: Hasan has been ‘grossly negligent'”, Malaysia Chronicle, 11 October 2011:
Catholic Bishop Paul Tan Chee Ing (pic) today reminded Hasan Ali of PAS [Malaysia’s Islamist Party], the Selangor minister for Islamic affairs, that he is a “an elected representative of a party that cannot rely on dubious evidence when accusing others of wrongdoing”.
Responding to Hasan’s opinion that yesterday”s statement by the Selangor sultan showed that there was Christian proselytisation of Muslims at a function hosted by a Christian group in August, the head of the Catholic Church in the Malacca-Johor diocese said: “More than any other party, PAS has to be extremely fastidious about the evidence before preferring an accusation.”
He explained: “Need I remind him his party wants to implement a judicial system – at least in one state in the country – that in the terminal finality of the punishments it encompasses makes the sifting of evidence a matter of the gravest responsibility.
“In leaping to his conclusions in the matter of alleged Christian proselytisation of Muslims at the dinner hosted by the Damansara Utama Methodist Centre (DUMC), Hasan has been grossly negligent in respect of evidence evaluation.
“He has done a grave disservice to the cause of the judicial system his party is on record as propounding for the good of citizens in this country.
“People are going to look at the way he has leaped from arbitrary fact to accusatory conclusion in this matter and say what kind of system is his party propounding that allows a grave accusation to be preferred on a dubious evidentiary basis.”
Islam is the system that PAS favors and it, good sir, is a system of conquest and humiliation for the dhimmis (non Muslims) in accordance with Quran 9:29: “Fight those who believe not in Allah nor the Last Day … (even if they are) of the People of the Book, until they pay the Jizya with willing submission, and feel themselves subdued.”
Bishop Paul Tan reminded Hasan that “not only in Selangor but every other state in Malaysia, his party is in contention with the supposedly corrupt and unprincipled”.
“Therefore it is incumbent upon him to hold himself to a higher standard of public conduct and exposition than of those he is in contention with.”
The bishop said he was “extremely dismayed” that Hasan has “now compounded his initial error committed last August when he leaped to a conclusion about what had allegedly happened at the DUMC function and was in peril of disciplinary action by his party”.
“Just because the Sultan of Selangor, against the better counsels of his constitutional role as non-partisan arbiter, has stooped to partisanship in this matter, it doesn’t mean the state minister of religion can ride pillion.
“The let-off his party afforded him when it did not take disciplinary action has become a licence for him to disport as he wishes. So much for a higher standard of conduct by a senior PAS legislator,” mused Bishop Paul Tan.