Malaysian government bans Hindu movement

by Kal El on October 16, 2008 · 0 comments

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More tolerance from the religion of peace, in Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur AsiaNews-Agencies – Malaysian authorities have banned an ethnic Indian group that, in the past, has repeatedly promoted campaigns on behalf of human rights for minorities. Government officials have declared the Hindu Rights Action Force (Hindraf) illegal because it threatens “social stability in the country.”

Interior minister Syed Hamid Albar has declared that the association is “an illegal group,” effective immediately, because it is “harmful” for public order, peace, security, and morality. The minister says that Hindraf has been responsible in the past for repeated “unauthorized demonstrations,” and has damaged the image of Malaysia by calling for “international support for its activities.” He also specifies that the group “was not even registered,” and constitutes a threat “to the fragile relations between the Muslim majority in the country and the Chinese and Indian ethnic minorities.”

Leaders of the Hindu movement have replied curtly by defending their “peaceful struggle against discrimination toward the Indian minority,” and say they have never “broken the law or committed crimes.”

Now, this obviously does not impact us directly, but if we observe the pattern, the increasing curtailment of the rights of non-muslims in muslim countries, you get a pretty good picture of where we are headed, if we do not right the ship and deport every single muslim immigrant who wants shariah law in the United States back to whichever shariah shithole they came from.

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