PAS Needs To Undergo A Bypass To Remove A Blockage October 27, 2009Posted by malaysianstory in Anwar Ibrahim, Transformation in PKR.
Tags: Malaysian Story, MCA Crisis, Nik Aziz, PAS
While the MCA leadership crisis coming to a close stage, PAS is grappling with the same trouble when the party’s Tok Guru calls for the ouster of PAS president Datuk Seri Hadi Awang, secretary-general Datuk Mustafa Ali and the party’s Selangor commissioner Datuk Dr Hassan Mohd Ali.
Funny and amusing! Someone claiming himself to be pious and a devout Muslim demanding for the removal of his fellow comrades over some petty issues Nik Aziz must be very angry and annoyed with the trio’s insistence to patch up with Umno.
The so-called Tok Guru has been calling the removal of two or three leaders in the party which he deemed as problematic. Hadi, Mustafa and Dr Hassan are leaders insinuated by him although he did not name them. Hassan is seen as representing the pro-Umno group, like Hadi and party deputy president Nasharuddin Mat Isa.
Who is actually problematic? I think PAS needs to undergo a bypass surgery to remove a blockage so that the party can continue to function.
Can you label someone who proposes unity and promote the spirit of brotherhood in Islam as being problematic? Only Nik Aziz I guess.
If you study the character of Nik Aziz and his style of leadership over the years, you will agree with me that power has gotten into this old man’s head. He cannot be advised, scolded or reprimanded. I believe age is also catching up on him and causing him to be senile.
He also plays God when he labelled all Umno members as infidels as well as handing down a decree that God permits us to slur each other. There are many other instances to show that Nik Aziz had come to a point of no return where nothing can make him repent or regret for whatever he had uttered. To him, being a faithful and devout Muslim is secondary as long as he remains in power. I don’t blame either s his supporters and disciples also worship and make him believe as if he is God.
Abdul Kahar who claimed to be the last Prophet was jailed 10 years, fine and given six strokes of the rotan for deviationist teachings. I believe Niik Aziz has also fallen into that category but no one dares to touch him. He thought that he is indispensable.
Nik Aziz was brought up in a family regimented by strict Islamic rules. As far as I can remember, he has many siblings from his father, Nik Mat’s three marriages. One of his siblings named Nik Hussein was shunned by the family because he chose to be an army. Nik Hussein was labelled as the government’s dog because of that. Nik hussein’s wife was affectionately known as Mak Yah who hails from Kedai Lalat in Kota Baru Kelantan.
Mak yah said whenever a visitor came to Nik Aziz’s house in Kota Baru, females in the family should confined themselves in the room and not allowed to show themselves to the visitor. They would ride in a horse carriage which was fully covered whenever they travelled to the town.
Nik Aziz has been an MP since the early 70s. He was born in Pulau Melaka in Kota Baru in 1931. His advocacy of Islamic Syariah law to all Malay Muslims has however drawn criticism, as did his suggestion that women would be at a lower risk of being raped if they abandoned their lipstick and perfume and for a 15-year ban on the game of snooker.
I think many would agree with me that PAS actually doesn’t need an EGM as proposed by the Tok Guru. What the party really needs now is an immediate bypass operation to remove the blockage (Nik Aziz).