Friday, February 12, 2010

Zulkifli Nordin: Fitnah

As usual, renegade Pakatan Rakyat MP has gone on another rampage. This time, he is accusing various DAP leaders of various wrong-doings which justifies our being "chauvinist, racist and communist". I shall not comment on his accusations on other leaders, although as far as I'm concerned, they are equally baseless.

However, there's a specific accusation against me which I will show is a complete and baseless lie, or "fitnah". This Bandar Kulim Bahru MP accused me of:
...tindakan biadap YB Tony Pua yang mendesak YB Datuk Hasan Ali, Ahli Exco dan Pesuruhjaya PAS Selangor dipecat selepas pertikaian mengenai Selcat dan kebenaran penjualan arak di kedai serbanika di dalam negeri Selangor;
Let me categorically deny that I've ever mentioned, much less "mendesak" Datuk Hassan Ali be sacked from his office as the state executive councillor. This is despite the fact that many would then agree that such a call may actually be justifiable then.

In fact, it was Datuk Hasan Ali who had publicly called for his Pakatan colleague, Ronnie Liu's position to be reviewed.

My statement which is available on DAP's website here, and widely reported in Bernama and The Malaysian Insider, focused strictly on the fact that Datuk Hasan Ali needs to follow "due process".

Similarly, I've posted a statement with regards to the Selcat controversy involving Datuk Hasan Ali, and again, I've asked that he "must start behaving like he is part of the Pakatan Rakyat coalition."

I had also an earlier statement that said that Datuk Hasan Ali needs to learn how to be a coalition partner, and for PAS Selangor under his leadership to better understand multi-racial politics.

There was absolutely no mention of any request for Datuk Hassan Ali to be sacked in any of the above statements and reports. Unlike Zulkifli Nordin, I don't shoot of my hip without using my head.

His statement is clearly defamatory in nature, and he had repeated the same on his TV3 interview a few nights ago.

Should I sue him? No-lah, that'll make him "important". At the moment, I just can't wait for him to leave Pakatan and join UMNO where he belongs.

As far as I'm concerned, he needs to answer to his Allah, for I'm certain that "fitnah" is a major sin.
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