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What Happened To The Bai’ah Probe Ordered By Hadi? November 14, 2009

Posted by malaysianstory in 1Malaysia, A Better Tomorrow, Karpal Singh, PAS.
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Bai'ahPAS president Datuk Seri Haji Hadi Awang said he was surprise over the ‘oath of loyalty’ ruling and ordered a probe on the matter.
He said there was no directive requiring the party’s elected representative to divorce their wives should they leave the party.
Expressing surprise over the issue, Hadi has ordered an immediate investigation into the matter.

Khalid SamadProbe? What probe and where is the probe? As far as I can remember and since the bai’ah or loyalty oath came to light, neither PAS nor Hadi has initiated any investigation into the matter. If there is a probe, who is in charge of the investigation and what is the status of the investigation. I have also not heard Shah Alam MP Khalid Samad being hauled up for opening his big mouth about the bai’ah. In fact, Khalid who revealed about the loyalty oath has defended it.

Khalid said PAS’ elected representatives must take politics seriously and not betray their supporters and party. In short, what Khalid is trying to say is that they can betray their wives and destroy their families but not their party and supporters, many of whom they don’t even know or recognise.

Can Hadi or any PAS leader explain to the people whether there is really a probe or PAS was just trying to appease its supporters. I am astounded with Hadi’s ignorant over the loyalty oath. How can he not know something so degrading and mean.

Well, that’s PAS leaders. Quick to revile others but refuse to look at themselves in the mirror. They are turning their marriage into a game and put their wives as a bet in politics. They will just do anything g for politics. Just look at the PAS members and supporters during by-elections. They wear skullcaps and robes but behave like hooligans and monkeys.

The bai’ah had drawn a lot of criticism not only from Women NGOs, the public but from their own comrades in Pakatan Rakyat because it is an obvious insult to women.

DAP chairman Karpal Singh was taken aback when he heard the news said, “Why must the wives become the victims?” Even a non-Muslim like Karpal Singh cannot fathom and understand they could resort to such a demeaning approach to show their loyalty.

Divorce is hated by God as marriage solemnisation is a big promise made by a couple towards Him and the witnesses. In Islam, even though divorce is halal, it is makruh (disliked or undesirable) because God detests the action. Marriage solemnisation is not something playful.

Being a man with great wisdom, can Hadi explains this further or can he pronounce that bai’ah is legal in Islam and is not a felony to the religion.



1. People - November 17, 2009

The reality is that PAS leaders, behind the flowing robes, turbans and beards, are just politicians who can cut deals for power and position. PAS has put it plainly that it wants to set up a Saudi Arabian-style Islamic state, including chipping away the secular aspect of the Federal Constitution. If non-Muslim supporters continue to strengthen PAS, they are doing so with their eyes open.In Malaysia, non-Muslims who question PAS leaders have been told to shut up because they are not qualified to debate due to their lack of knowledge on Islam or simply because they are not Muslims.The liberal lifestyle enjoyed by Malaysians is at stake if progressive and liberal forces continue to lose their battle. Are we ready for that?

2. pakteh adam - November 20, 2009

Khlaid Samad? PAS version of RPK!!!

3. HarakahDaily - December 2, 2010

Tulisan yang baik dan pengajaran yang bermakna 🙂

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