Saturday, December 31, 2016

Have your halal cake and eat it too

Yesterday I posted The RM1 Billion per year organization which was my take on FMT news about Cenbet: Halal certification should be for food only, not premises, a piece saying the Islamic Development Department’s (Jakim) halal certification should apply only to food served in F&B outlets and not food brought into the premises.

What wrong was done by Cenbet in saying that?

The issue arose because McDonald’s Malaysia confirmed that only certified halal cakes (generally birthday cakes) would be allowed into its chain of restaurants, as per its policy of complying with guidelines issued by Jakim for Macca's halal certification.

I had been a bit miffed with that re-iteration by Macca because it appeared that non-Muslim rights are being eroded even to an extent we can't celebrate kids' birthdays in Macca unless we order a cake that's certified halal, a symptom of JAKIM's intrusion into non Muslim lives.

Of course there is another side of the story, nay, in fact 3 sides to the story, wakakaka.

The 2nd side would be what my blog visitor Monsterball explained in another of my earlier posts Halal certification big business, where I had discussed a MM Online news saying Macca has a notice posted at one of its restaurants that said birthday cakes brought in must have an accompanying halal certification or logo. 

Wow, such an uptight odious procedure by Macca, just for a cake, usually made of flour, butter, eggs, sugar and flavouring! We are NOT talking about P Ramly burgers here.

Anyway, Monsterball had then said (in his own words):

As a person who runs a number of businesses, I have to sympathise with McDonalds. One of the important regulations to preserve a Halal certified business is they must take steps to prevent their Halal status from being nullified by non-Halal food or ingredients being brought into their premises.

That is not a problem with McDonalds normally, because they don't allow outside food being consumed in their restaurants.

However, McDonalds has a significant business hosting children's birthday parties, and they don't produce their own cakes, so birthday cakes are an important exception they allow to the "No Outside Food" rule.

Its simply an iteration of a many years standing rule - McDonalds was not making any new rules.

While that seems reasonable (thanks Monsterball), would Macca have posted such a VERBOTEN notice if it had not been warned? I wonder and can only speculate, which in this country is an evil habit not to be encouraged. Shame on me.

The 3rd side of the story is by a NGO calling itself Young Professionals (YP)  who sent a letter to MM Online saying (extracts only):

The Young Professionals are perturbed to read the public statement of MCA-linked non-governmental organisation Centre for a Better Tomorrow (Cenbet) dated 30 December 2016 criticising the Islamic Development Department of Malaysia (Jakim) for allegedly penalising halal-certified eateries allowing diners who bring in non-halal certified food into their premises (Cenbet: Jakim certification not for premises, The Malay Mail Online, December 30, 2016).


Such a statement is the height of the ridiculous and must be strongly condemned by all right-thinking Malaysians, both Muslim and non-Muslim alike. There can be no logical inference of any sort, and certainly by no stretch of the imagination, can the notion that prohibition of foodstuff based on the teachings of a given religion, particularly one that has been declared the religion of our federation (per Article 3(1) of our Constitution) amounts to religious segregation.

The statement also echoes a previous and similarly ludicrous, as well as contemptuous one made by the same NGO in June 2016, when the NGO laughably claimed that having a separate sharia compliant EPF contribution scheme would cause interfaith friction. YP condemned that previous statement by this NGO back then and we condemn this one in the same breadth.

The role of Jakim in our societal landscape is clear. It is a public institution catering to Muslims and their right to practice their faith in accordance with its own requirements. The institution is further authorised by His Royal Highness the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong per his oath of office to uphold the sanctity of Islam in Article 37(1) of and the Fourth Schedule to our Constitution.

It sounds on the surface as reasonable, but I beg to disagree with YP on its point of disagreement with Cenbet argument that prohibition of foodstuff based on the teachings of a given religion ... amounts to religious segregation.

I believe and agree with Cenbet that it will, that is, bring about religious and, just so because it's Malaysia where Muslims are generally Malays, racial segregation. 

That's because if I am holding a kid's birthday at a F&B outlet, it definitely won't be at Macca. Mind, this is NOT a boycott of Macca which I will still patronize for a burger and fries, but I won't go to the extent of sourcing a birthday cake complete with halal certification.

That's too much hassle, so in a way, in protecting Muslim dietary restrictions, non-Muslims are being disadvantaged.

The annoying thing is JAKIM has pushed the halal thing to the point of ridiculousness, absurdity and nausea, as evidenced by the hotdog-hot sausage nonsense which even Muslim ministers scoffed at - that has been how ridiculous JAKIM was and I bet still is, thus YP defence of JAKIM is untenable in some regards, especially in the Macca birthday cake nonsense.

If non-halal certified birthday cakes is brought into Macca, will that contaminate the food stuff prepared by Macca? No non-Muslim taking a non-halal certified birthday cake into Macca is threatening Muslims and their right to practice their faith in accordance with its own requirements.

YP argument has been over-the-top, falling ashamedly on fantasized alleged threats to the faith of Muslims.

But OTOH, JAKIM's imposition of its halal rule with regards to Macca is threatening, wait, has already threatened non-Muslim rights to enjoy a kiddy birthday with a birthday cake (but not halal certified) in that outlet.

Non-Muslims are not like the Alvivi Duo who slyly advocated to Muslims to partake of bah-kut-teh. But JAKIM has been relentless in its "agenda" as seen in the hot sausage ridiculousness and other nonsense. And we taxpayers are funding such a oppressive and ridiculous department to the equally ridiculous tune of RM1 Billion per annum.

I just long for the days when my late dad and his Malay and Indian mates (my 'Uncles') had tea together without any JAKIM in existence then.

To end my frustration at the incremental erosion of non-Muslim rights, I draw your attention to the YP letter to MM Online, in its last paragraph in which YP wrote (note my highlighted parts):

Per our previous statement concerning Cenbet, YP reiterates its condemnation of the organisation as one that has a corrosive effect on intercommunal relations in Malaysia. YP further demands that Cenbet immediately withdraw the offending statement against Jakim, and issue an immediate apology thereto. YP also reiterates that Cenbet should be investigated by the relevant authorities for furthering racial and religious tension caused by its previous press statement regarding the EPF sharia contribution scheme in June 2016 coupled with this latest statement denouncing Jakim issued by the same organisation.

Investigated for making a point that Jakim halal certification should apply only to food served in F&B outlets and not food brought into the premises?

Can you see the obvious DNA of YP?

did JAWI protect or persecute her?

where was YP then?

Friday, December 30, 2016

The RM1 Billion per year organization

FMT - Cenbet: Halal certification should be for food only, not premises (extracts):

KUALA LUMPUR: The Centre for a Better Tomorrow (Cenbet) has waded into the “halal cake” controversy, saying the Islamic Development Department’s (Jakim) halal certification should apply only to food served in F&B outlets and not food brought into the premises.

In a statement released today, Cenbet co-president Gan Ping Sieu said Jakim should not penalise halal-certified eateries that allow diners who bring in non-halal certified food into their premises.

“There is no such thing as halal or non-halal premises,” Gan said.

The controversy came about after McDonald’s Malaysia yesterday confirmed that only certified halal cakes were allowed into its chain of restaurants, adding that the policy was in compliance with guidelines issued by Jakim for halal certification.

“As a company that offers only halal-certified products, we implement a ‘no outside food policy’ to ensure that all products served and consumed at our restaurants are halal.

“In the case of ‘birthday parties’ at McDonald’s, we have made an exception to allow customers to bring in their own birthday cakes as part of their celebration, provided that the cakes are certified halal,” McDonald’s had said in a statement.

Cenbet, however, argued that while eateries had the right to ban patrons from bringing in outside food, the decision should be based on commercial considerations and not whether the food was halal-certified or not.

“In this respect, Jakim should not overstep its boundary by accrediting premises instead of food,” Gan said.

“It should also not subject food operators to white terror. Doing so would be an abuse of power.

“This will open the floodgates for more areas to be classified along halal and non-halal lines such as public transportation, schools, housing areas and healthcare.

“This will only segregate the people along religious lines, especially at a time when there is a need to enhance unity in the face of rising extremism.”

I am not sure whether Cenbet has been correct because I know JAKIM, JAIS, JAWI, etc, can even enter your bedroom, bathroom and whatever room to check whether your prick and vagina are in sync.

Such have been the unbridled powers accorded to Islamic religious bodies in this country that even questions and criticisms of them can land you in jail.

Standard lines of their attacks have been 'sensitive', 'don't question Islam', 'our feelings have been hurt', 'we will NOT tolerate any question on our procedures', 'Muslims are easily confused', etc, to preemptively silence critics like Kassim Ahmad who first raised the evil spectre of the priesthood caste wanting to control us with their mortal edicts.

From Malaysiakini - Speaking at an event organised by the Perdana Leadership Foundation, he said that Islam in Malaysia has been abused through a “priesthood caste” system.

“This priesthood caste did not exist at the time of the Prophet or the four caliphs. They only emerged about 300 years later by appointing themselves as interpreter of religion for Muslims,” he said.

“They (Muslims) view their religious leaders like gods and goddesses, that these leaders are seen to be protected from maksum (protected from sin) and must decide on everything about their lives.” [...]

He called on Muslims to return the Quran as the sole and highest source of information in Islam, and to reinterpret the holy book to suit modern times.

“I have said before that the Quran explains itself. The old method to use the hadith (Prophet's saying and actions) to explain the Quran is not very good, as this means we are saying that the Prophet Muhammad knew everything. This is ridiculous, as he is just a messenger of Allah.”

Malaydom foremost intellectual
was he at 83 the oldest to be prosecuted
(he was definitely persecuted)

would you believe an intellectual like Kassim Ahmad who has nothing to gain or Othman Mustaffa who has everything to gain (please check his education)?

We also know JAKIM and other JA-organizations are now swiftly and deliberately overreaching their limits because the political fight for the Heartland votes stand in their favour, based on 'holier than thou' campaigns by 'both sides'.

Ain't unquestioned powers over a captive community wonderful to have when those taking actions need not be responsible nor accountable for their actions, as in the case of Nik Raina and Kassim Ahmad.

It's all about JAKIM and other JA-organizations' reach for power and control, rather than promoting the teachings of Islam because the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) did not teach persecution, oppression and bullying, au contraire.

Choir Boys at M2D

Malaysia Today (M2D) is one of the top political blogs, if not the top political blog, in Malaysia. From its early days until now, Raja Petra Kamarudin (RPK) writes virtually non-stop, except when he was incarcerated.

But while I like his writings (some I admire very much while some I disagreed with), alas, I don't the comments of the 'choir boys' nesting there, wakakaka.

I had hoped to see intelligent value-added comments which I did from regulars like HT Low, Tunku Aziz and Syed Putra Jamalullil and on occasions by a rare few others. But I have hoped for more, to learn from.

What or who are 'choir boys'?

Lebanese Muslim women 

No, they are definitely NOT the fantastic Lebanese Muslim choir who recently attracted the world’s attention by singing by 'Silent Night' in Arabic in Beirut, though I did for one moment incorrectly suspect Mariam Mokhtar, Siti Kassim and my wonderful friend Marina Mahathir might be there, wakakaka. Just kaytee joking.

Those 'choir boys' over at M2D are overenthusiastic but quite dumb supporters, wakakaka again.

budak budak kecil, wakakaka 

But it's a democratic world so people are entitled to make whatever comments they want to, except inciting the killing or brutalizing of others. I have to admit however, that sometimes their comments have been bloody annoying silly 'echoes', wakakaka,

Mind, I might be accused of being one of the 'choir boys' too, wakakaka.

What I have done here is to collect a few of my comments (in bold italicised brown) I had left on some of his posts, and in one instant, also the comment of a visitor to M2D (light blue highlight) to which I responded with my comment. A sort of the year's roundup of my visits to M2D.



In politics there is no Malay, Chinese, Indian, Iban, Kadazan, Murut, etc. There are delicious succulent yummy voters, to be voraciously eaten. Thus politicians woo or tipu the voters into casting their votes for them. If you as a voter voted for their bullshit, then you're an idiot whether you are a Malay camel, Chinese pig, Indian lembu, etc, wakakaka


Dr Kua has missed the target. The reason for Dr Wan being an interim PM is at her own wish as she wants the post reserved or hubby. She is a seat warmer for hubby precisely because she wants to. Dr Wan is essentially a reluctant politician.

However, Dr Kua has been correct that Pakatan seems unable to do without putative leader Anwar, but that's only because (1) non-Malays like LKS, LGE, Dr Rama, Gobind Deo, Kula cannot be PM, while (2) no one in Pakatan (DAP & PKR) wants to propose anyone from Amanah because it's an Islamic Party, (3) no one in DAP trusts Azmin Ali, (4) Nurul is too young, which by now leaves us with Dr Wan, who herself wants her hubby.

M2D post - BE AN HONOURABLE TEAM PLAYER by moi (wakakaka)

Irwan Faizal · Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I think it is such an irony for the leader of a party who bear the word democratic in its name tried to stiffle dissenting opinion.

Putting irony aside, I think the writer left out the part that a good team player also habe their own responsibility to voice out their expert opinion so that the leader can make an informed decision rather going with their guts.

Furthermore, as an effective leader, LGE should have utilise these duo respective expertise and experience so the project went efeecttive and efficient benefitting the islanders and hopefully cann be a good benchmark for others to follow behind.

Such a waste of an opportunity... Sigh

Kaytee Moc

1. advisors like Dr Lim and Mr Teoh could give advice and they did, but those were not taken on board for various practical reasons. Then they did the merajuk thingy and went public including writing DIRECTLY to Unesco, which were attacks on the state government
2. Public transportation is a federal government prerogative which will take donkeys years to come to fruition because the BN federal government is not amenable to a Pakatan state government, thus more roads have to be the state response which pissed off Roger Teoh who did not see the politics of the situation but only his academic pet theories.

As I quoted Michael J Marx, author of ‘Ethics & Risk Management for Christian Coaches’, in my letter to MKINI, Michael Marx said:

“Decision-making and problem-solving are not the same. To solve a problem, one needs to find a solution. To make a decision, one needs to make a choice.”

Dr Lim Mah Hui and Roger Teoh were problem solvers, but the state givernment is a decision maker and has to make a choice which sometimes, due to political restrictions, overruled academic solutions. Therein was the difference.

3. There is no surety that Dr Lim and Mr Teoh had been right or practical in their respective opinions/recommendations. They of course must have believed they were 100% right. But in the end the state government has to make decisions

4. Decision making takes over when a democratic process or consultation ends and can only be made by the person in charge or who has been given the responsibility and also the responsibility/accountability, as the state government wa/is by virtue of being voted in by Penangites. Dr Lim and Mr Teoh were not voted in thus they had no iota of authority to make the final decision. They were advisors but were displeased when the decision that came out did not tally with their recommendations

Don't misuse the term 'democracy' without understanding what it is about. Brandishing the word around freely to justify your arguments does not make you right but in fact rather silly because you showed you don't understand what is democarcy and what is decision making, and who does which.

4. Advice to state advisors - it's not pleasant nor ethical to merajuk. You were advisors, not decision makers so bear that in mind. Amen.

Fire ants to 'rescue'(?) of Gerakan Party

Malaysiakini - Gerakan angry LGE responsible for fire ant invasion in park (extracts):

Penang Gerakan today criticised the DAP-led state government for a flood mitigation project which it claimed resulted in a fire ant invasion at the public park in Taman Jajar off York Road.

Its vice-chairperson, Lim Boon Ten, said the public park was next to the Air Itam River and the sand dug up from the river had created a conducive breeding ground for the ants.

He said the ants were harmful as their sting could cause itching, swelling, and redness of the skin on the people who used the park for their recreational activities.

“The Penang Drainage and Irrigation Department (DID), which is working on the state flood mitigation projects, is merely digging out the sand along with garbage, plastic bags and water bottles from the river and leaving it on the river banks, resulting in the fire ant invasion at the recreation park,” he said to reporters after visiting the park today.

Lim, who is also the state Gerakan coordinator for Datuk Keramat, said the state DID had failed to clean up the sand, rubbish and other waste left on the river banks.

Wakakaka, Gerakan must be real desperate to blame Guan Eng for such issues.

I was stung by fire ants as a kid. Those ants were called (in local Hokkien) 'kong-kiah' - for more, see my Kongsamkok post Urban legend 4 - the secret of the anthill.

Kong kiah have existed in Penang for eons, and sand dredging of rivers for decades. But trust Gerakan to find the most trifle of matters to blame Guan Eng.

It's indication of an approaching election, when Gerakan, MCA and UMNO awake from their dedak satiated torpid slumber.


Thursday, December 29, 2016

Halal certification big business

MM Online on Macca verboten to non-halal-certified cakes:

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 29 — McDonald’s Malaysia today confirmed a policy restricting customers from bringing cakes that are not halal-certified into its restaurants.

In a statement to Malay Mail Online, the fast food chain explained that the measure was necessary to safeguard its own halal status.

Malay Mail Online had contacted the firm to verify a notice posted at one of its restaurants that said birthday cakes that are brought in must have an accompanying halal certification or logo.

“This is in line with fulfilling requirements of our halal certification,” it said.

Poor Makcik's kueh will now be verboten for entry into Maccas as she has never bothered to obtain a halal certification from JAKIM, so there goes bringing into Macca lovely kueh such as kueh lompang, kueh talam, pulut inti, kueh ketayap and my fave onde onde.

It's my misfortune to like kueh-mueh with santan, coconut shavings and gula melaka. These are difficult ingredients for halal certification as the three are suspiciously and coincidentally coconut-based, which we know also grow in non-Muslim plantations.

Anyway, halal certification is bloody BIG business and also bloody expensive, and I heard JAKIM's halal certification department is doing roaring business so much so there is quite a long backlog, so early application is advisable.

Now butter, cheese, milk, chocolates (made up of, would you believe, milk, sugar, eggs and cocoa beans) and dairy products (milk, sugar, eggs) have to be certified to give assurance to easily-confused Muslims, to confirm that pig's milk has not been used.

new sign at door? 

Foreign chocs like Toblerone and Daim should not blame JAKIM for being vigilant as their products have to be strenuously scrutinized kau kau for porcine DNA as Cadbury choc once were, just in case porky milk had been used.

Next may be beras, water and then air (who knows what they contain?), but nonetheless those have to be carefully checked and halal-certified or JAKIM may suddenly and certainly run out of business, and we just cannot allow that.

Thank God that JAKIM has a captive followership.

hope the chooks were sembelih mercifully 

Oh, BTW, did I mention chilies and ulam as well?

Forgotten Malaysians

Mariam Mokhtar wrote in Malaysiakini about the marginalized and abused 'forgotten' Malaysians - see What happened to them?

In that article she raised, among other issues, the plight of native Sarawakians who appear to be more marginalized than our Peninsula Indians.

That is not to say Indian Malaysians in Peninsula are not marginalized; au contraire they are very marginalized, probably next to the Aborigines of Peninsula and the natives of Sarawak.

In our context the term 'marginalized' means left socio-economically by the Malaysian wayside whilst others progress.

But at least the Sarawak natives have traditional and ancestral land to fall back on, only when those are not stolen from them by white collared robbers who imitate the Israelis stealing Palestinian land by way of money, (military in the Israeli model), might, mickey mouse legal whatnot and manifold documentary trickery - same same.

OTOH, our Peninsula Indians do have some well-heeled, well-off and well-connected few in their community, eg. lawyers, doctors, engineers, businessmen with one fine example in Ananda Krishnan who was once the richest man in Malaysia and has sadly dropped into No 2 spot with his US$8 Billion (spelt with a 'B', not 'm'), though he's now 'highly sought after' in Mother India, wakakaka.

But dinna fret, AK (nick for Ananda Krishnan) Bloomberg opined that:
 India has a history of issuing unrealistic arrest warrants. In 2014, the Supreme Court ordered Samsung Electronics Co. Chairman Lee Kun-Hee to appear before judges in a dispute over a $1.4 million payment. That case is still pending. 

Wakakaka, Indian judges are renowned for their uptightness with erudite legal pedantry, which of course can be bloody good or maddenly bureaucratic.

Anyway, in Mariam Mokhtar's article about the 'forgotten, marginalized or abused' Malaysians there is a brief extract about Pak Haji Hadi Awang, as follows:

Whilst PAS president Hadi Awang gallivants to Iran, and invites criticism from all sides in Malaysia, did he not think that the money spent on his trip could have been used to help the victims of Kelantan’s great flood of 2014?

Some flood victims are still in temporary shelters. When will they be rehoused? What happened to the money which was collected to help them?

I wonder whether you know what 'gallivants' means, wakakaka?

After the 2014 disaster caused by, according to Nik Abduh Nik Aziz, an angry Allah swt, Kelantanese were left homeless, and as Mariam put it, some still are while Pak Haji gallivanted to Iran.

dei Nik, flash flooding in Terengganu 3 weeks ago lahdon't make Allah swt angry again 

OTOH, much-hated-by-PAS DAP rushed there to offer aid to Kelantan victims and rebuilt houses under their Impian Kelantan programme. An extract from an article by Eileen Ng of the (late, wakakaka) The Malaysian Insider on 02 Feb 2015 follows:

Flood victims in the east coast state of Kelantan, who lost their homes in last year’s floods, will get help rebuilding their houses and receive a wage if they do the work themselves under DAP’s Impian Kelantan programme.

The Pakatan Rakyat component party is collaborating with 39 local non-governmental organisations to identify and build new homes for more than 30,000 people displaced by the floods late last year, which were the worst to hit the peninsula.

Villagers will be given a sum of money for picking up tools to build their own homes as a way to boost their income, especially since many had lost their livelihoods in the agricultural and farming sector, said DAP national organising secretary Anthony Loke Siew Fook.

The money will come from funds the party raised from the public late last year to assist flood victims.

“We have already identified some of the villagers and have started work in rebuilding their homes.

“We are also giving them money or hiring them as carpenters to add to their income. Most of them were rubber smallholders and they cannot tap rubber now because the floods have destroyed the trees,” Loke, who is leading the programme, told The Malaysian Insider.

DAP’s collaboration with the local NGOs was launched as Gabungan Impian Kelantan in the state capital of Kota Baru on Saturday night.

DAP akan terus membantu mangsa banjir Kelantan walaupun PAS putuskan hubungan

This project is similar to other social initiatives under the opposition party’s Impian Malaysia projects.

Among the NGOs are Yayasan Darul Hijrah, Cakna UT, Royalti Kelantan, KB Care, Persatuan Anak Kelantan Darul Naim di Selangor dan Kuala Lumpur (Persada) and Unit Amal Kelantan.

These NGOs will be in charge of identifying the villages, or kampung, and people who need help in rebuilding flood-damaged homes.

Loke said about 80 houses in a village in Gua Musang have been identified as needing repairs. To date, four houses have been rebuilt while works are ongoing for the rest.

Word was the above caused/causes much jealousy and anger in PAS which undeniably must have been so stressful to Pak Haji that one should not blame him for taking a stress break to 'gallivant' in Shia-Land, wakakaka.

I hope those Iranians had the decent courtesy to confer on him an honorary 'Ayatollah' a la universities  conferring honorary doctorates in theology, wakakaka

aiyoyo, such is his pomposity coupled with his sheer under confidence

also see 
Hadi Awang's lack of self confidence?

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Kuda dah cabut-ed

By the by, have you heard of the proverb: "Close the stable door after the horse has bolted"?

The proverb is applicable in a number of events in Malaysia. You may wish to look up its meaning.

I will provide an example here, namely:

Following the bus crash in Johor, one of a number of such crashes occurring frequently in Malaysia where the latest of which killed 14 people, smartie cats are now emerging to talk about increasing pay for bus drivers as one measure to discourage them from operating in 'chop-chop' fashion to earn more commission through faster turnaround.

Don't tell that to the marines. Tell that to the families of the 14 victims.

But far worse, no government or quasi-government body or government assigned agency oversighting, licensing, or researching operations of the buses as a public transport (eg SPAD, JPJ, JKJR, MIROS, previously CVLB) has ever been blamed or any officers sacked, even though the periodic bus crashes in Malaysia have been scandalously frequent.

The Star Online reported that:

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health chairman, Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye, expressed his disappointment with the authorities over their failure to implement the 51 recommendations of an indepen­dent advisory panel to prevent fatal accidents involving buses.

“If only some if not all of the re­­commendations had been implemented, we would not have to continue reading stories of fatal bus accidents in the papers,” he said when contacted by The Star yesterday.

When will be the next one?

Cause of incest etc, by Ridhuan Tee Abdullah

From Star Online - Man who raped own sister sentenced to 45 years' jail:

A man who raped his own sister and fathered a child with her was sentenced to 45 years in jail and 30 lashes by the Kota Baru Sessions Court on Tuesday.

The 23-year-old pleaded guilty to raping his sister when she was 15 years old in February and April 2015 and again in March 2016 at their house in Gong Datok, Pasir Puteh, Kelantan.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Fahrul Razi Zainal Abidin suggested the maximum punishment be given to teach the man a lesson. "The accused took advantage of his sister and even made her pregnant. This act is not only a disgrace to society but it is damned by God," he said.

Judge Ahmad Bazli Bahruddin sentenced the accused to 15 years' jail and 10 whippings for each charge, to be served sequentially. The man was found out when the sister gave birth to a baby girl on Dec 8.

Probably a non-Malay and most certainly a pig of a monster.

There is no doubt he is an evil binatang (animal) to bonk his own sister.

Our bold assumption, that he is probably a non-Malay, is based on a socio-scientific factoid, derived from Minister Wan Junaidi world-renowned claim that non-Malays are more accepting of statutory rape, ...

... because the statistics proved just that, by the lower figures on reported non-Malay statutory rapes, in fact disgustingly lower that that for statutory rapes by Malays.

And doesn't that prove the non-Malays don't bother to report statutory rapes and probably have more statutory rapes than Malays.

Yes sir, by Wan Junaidi's assertion, that's a socio-scientific analogy akin to saying that because statistically there is 0% non-Malay Muslim fasting during Bulan Puasa, those non-Malays must be covert Muslims.  

Yes, minister Wan Junaidi is "renowned" for his most BRILLIANT brainy but baffling bullshitting logic which he demonstrated by showing the statistics for statutory rapes in 2012.

Out of 1,550 reported incidents of statutory rape in that year, Malays took the top spot at 48%, while the bloody cheating Chinese had only 5% statutory rapes and Indian minors suffered rape by adults amounting to only 3% of the reported cases. The other 44% must be by god-knows-who-else?

And that gem of a factoid by minister Wan Junaidi had led me to assume, in my earlier post
Malaysia where higher is lower, and vice versa,
non-Malays are more likely to be accepting of incest, because the Malays have been the ones having several reported cases of incest.

The news by the Star Online of the anonymous f**ker of his younger sister have reminded me to grasp at Wan Junaidi's most admired assertion, persuading me to conclude the binatang must be a non-Malay.

If you wonder what could have led him to behave like a binatang to his sister, Ridhuan Tee Abdullah actually has the answer.

Last year Ridhuan's equally BRILLIANT analysis was reported by Malay Mail Online as follows (extracts):

KUALA LUMPUR, May 18 — Alcohol is likely to blame for prostitution, rape, incest, and even the spread of AIDS, controversial lecturer Ridhuan Tee Abdullah claimed today in a column labelling liquor as the “root of all evil”.

The Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin lecturer also urged Malaysia to close all breweries in the country and stop serving it during flights, and told Muslims that they should only wait until heaven to consume alcohol.

“If you want to drink alcohol so much, make sure you enter heaven in the afterlife, because alcohol there is like a flowing river. Drink to your heart’s content.

“But in life, you cannot, because it brings harm. Take lesson from this,” Tee said in his column in Malay daily Sinar Harian.

Tee was referring to verse 47:15 in Quran, which describes heaven as possessing rivers of “unadulterated water, milk, delicious wine, and clarified honey” for the righteous.

Ridhuan Tee's arguments appeared to be motivated by issues not unlike those of Nik Abduh, where both use (or misuse) religion to explain why people suffer to justify their respective religious agenda.

Of course Ridhuan wanted to close down all breweries and the serving of alcohol on Malaysian flights, thus alcohol has to be blamed for prostitution, rape, incest, and even the spread of AIDS, and not the animal lust of those offenders.

Nik Abduh and his PAS want to implement hudud, thus he claimed the last drastic flooding in Kelantan was the anger of Allah swt at the lack of support by (presumably in accordance with Nik Abduh's bullshit) Kelantanese for PAS' intention to implement hudud.

Thank god we are "blessed"(?) by such people as Wan Junaidi and Ridhuan Tee, for all along I, and I bet you too, thought incest was caused by unbridled lust, unscrupulous ethics and ill-disciplined family mores.