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MCA kowtows to Malay samseng, Perkasa and Pekida again

What MCA Lawyer Ng Kian Nam did is writing a letter to ask for reduction of sound level. He may insensitive about the mosque was there before he moved in, but that is still within his democratic rights unlike some fanatics threw molotov cocktail to churches.

Offer apology and submit to threat of beheading and burning from the terrorist groups is like we let Osama bin Laden rules the world.

People still discontent in the heart although they keep silent for noise pollution caused by the prayers. High-handed tactic will not solve any sensitive issue.

Sound level from ALL religious including Islam, Buddhism, Taoism, Christian, etc. prayers and functions have to be regulated and controlled properly if Malaysia want to maintain a true harmonious society.

Everyone know all races in Malaysia are living in their own isolated community although they are living in the same physical area. This is called secondary interaction in the social science.

Lawyer Apologises To Public For Azan Misunderstanding

KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 17 (Bernama) — Lawyer Ng Kian Nam Monday made a public apology to Muslims nationwide on his mistake in asking for the volume of the azan at a mosque near his home in Bukit Kerinchi, here, to be reduced.

“Each person has his or her weakness and I would like to convey my apology to Muslims in Malaysia on this misunderstanding. I actually did not know the difference between the azan and morning sermons,” he said at a news conference here Monday.

Also present was Federal Territories and Urban Well-being Minister and Lembah Pantai Umno Chief, Datuk Raja Nong Chik Raja Zainal Abidin.

Prior to the news conference, Raja Nong Chik held a closed-door discussion with Ng, Al-Ikhlasiah Mosque chairman Ikram Mohd Yusof and representatives from the Pertubuhan Pribumi Perkasa Malaysia (Perkasa) and Dakwah Islamiah Welfare Organisation (Pekida).

In a memorandum to the Prime Minister’s Department dated Dec 20, 2010, Ng, who is a resident in Bukit Kerinchi, had asked for the volume of the azan to be lowered at the Al-Ikhlasiah Mosque in Bukit Kerinchi, claiming it disrupted his sleep.

Subsequently, Perkasa and Pekida held a demonstration in the mosque compound to protest against Ng’s memorandum which had sparked outrage among the Muslim community.

Ng said he never intended to offend any quarters, especially the Muslims, and hoped the issue would not be sensationalised further.

Raja Nong Chik said the issue should not be prolonged because it was a misunderstanding and should be a lesson for all.

He urged all quarters to accept Ng’s apology.

Commenting on allegations that those from the higher up had asked to lower the azan following Ng’s complaint, Raja Nong Chik denied such instructions.

“The Federal Territory Islamic Religious Department (Jawi) has denied any such instructions and even I don’t know anything about it,” he said, adding that he was pleased with Ng’s apology and the openness of two Malay non-governmental organisations (NGO) in unanimously accepting it.


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