When Guan Eng met christian leaders and encourage them to be more vocal in voicing out their dissatisfaction, we thought it is just a normal advise from a Chief Minister. But after reading these two press release by non-muslim leaders, we know LGE is not speaking for nothing. Yes he meant something. Unless our muslim leader are man enoungh to stop these unbecoming statement/pressure, do not be surprise that the number of apostates among the Malay will swell in near future. May God Forbid.
LGE is not walking alone.
“MCCBCHST: Resolution on Teaching of Religious Scriptures in Schools
13 September 2012
In its ongoing discussions with the Government of Malaysia and with the Ministry of Education and the Department of Education, the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism (MCCBCHST) shall propose and put forward as part of the National Education Policy the provision that all religions be allowed to teach their respective scriptures in national or in government-aided schools (for example, the SPM Bible Knowledge in the case of the Christians) wherein examinations thereto shall be prepared and graded by the respective authorities of each religion and recognised by both the Ministry of Education and the Department of Education.
MCCBCHST: Press Release
28 September 2012
The Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism and Taoism is uncomfortable with the Lecture Circuit in Malaysia by Dr. Zakir Naik on the basis of his controversial reputation of denigrating other religions at public forums.
MCCBCHST EXCO Members”