Now, Johor Sultan bans Menk and . . . . .
Wed Nov 1, 2017Sultan of Johor decreed Menk not allowed to preach in state.

Two controversial preachers banned by S’pore now prohibited from Johor.

Sultan of Johor decreed they not be allowed to preach in state.

speeches promote religious unrest, disrupts harmony

Johor will ensure no views that encourage racial disunity

S’pore announced Menk barred from entering republic

views promote disharmony between Muslims, non-Muslims.

both preachers listed as speakers for “Islamic Cruise”

offered by S’gor-based travel agency for “spiritual voyage”

Zahid Hamidi said no cause to ban two preachers

they have not violated laws or promoted views detrimental to harmony

My comments :  I think a huge round of applause is due to HRH The Sultan of Johor for his bold statements against the influence of satan on his subjects. Because that is what it is. 

These are satanic teachings, designed to cause hatred, anger and ultimately violence.  

By the way the Majlis Ular-mak of Zimbabwe has issued a twisted statement in defence of Menke. Here is a snapshot:





This is a twisted, forked tongue way of saying, “Yes dont wish others Merry Christmas, Happy Deepavali and such”. 

Read that last paragraph :  “..he has maintained that the wording should be inclusive to ensure that it is agreeable to all. In his opinion, greetings such as Happy Holidays, Seasons Greetings, Have a Good Day are fine.”

Nowhere in the Quran (or even in the extra Quranic sources) does it say that Muslims cannot wish Merry Christmas or Happy Deepavali to the Christians and Hindus.

It is polite to call people by the names they have given themselves. For example Sunnis, Shias are names that people have given to themselves. So we should call them Sunnis and Shias.

In the same way it is polite to wish people by the festivals or celebrations that they have created for themselves.  Hari Gawai, Ashura, Miladun Nabi (Maulud Nabi), Merry Christmas, Deepavali etc are festivals and celebrations people have created for themselves. 

We may or may not believe their gods or religious practises. 

We just wish them well and happiness on their festival days.

The Ismail  Menke character from Zimbabwe also shows great ignorance of the Quran.  

The Quran provides excellent guidance on how to greet or wish even ignorant people (kaum jahil). Here is the Quran : 


Surah 28:55    When they come across vain talk, they disregard it and say, “We are responsible for our deeds, and you are responsible for your deeds. Peace be upon you (Salamun Alaikum). We do not wish to behave like the ignorant ones (jahil).”

Even when we meet people we deem ignorant (kaum jahil) Muslims should just wish them Salamun Alaikum.    Ini bukan saya cakap tau. Ini Al Quran yang cakap. So, jangan marah saya tau.  

Another example given in the Quran is the Prophet Abraham who spoke to his father who was a pagan devil worshipper : 

19:43    “O my father, I have received certain knowledge that you did not receive. Follow me, and I will guide you in a straight path.
19:44    “O my father, do not worship the devil. The devil has rebelled against the Most Gracious.
19:45    “O my father, I fear lest you incur retribution from the Most Gracious, then become an ally of the devil.”
 19:46    He said, “Have you forsaken my gods, O Abraham? Unless you stop, I will stone you. Leave me alone.”


19:47    He said, “Peace be upon you (Salamun Alaika). I will implore my Lord to forgive you; He has been Most Kind to me.

So this is what Abraham wished to his father who was a pagan devil worshipper : Salamun Alaika (singular).

These are just arabic word greetings. Salamun Alaikum in English means ‘Peace be upon you’. In Malay it is ‘Salam Sejahtera’.

These are just greetings. Salamun Alaikum, Merry Christmas, Happy Deepavali, Happy Ashura, Happy Miladur Rasul or Happy Miladun Nabi or whatever.

Why make mountains out of molehills.   

Once again, may I congratulate HRH the Sultan of Johor on his firm action against the retards.  Daulat Tuanku.

A ruler carries a huge responsibility to lead his people in the right path.