MCCBCHS, fundamentalism group in disguise?

Posted On 24/08/2007

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The American Heritage Dictionary defines “fundamentalism”

a usually religious movement or point of view characterized by a return to fundamental principles, by rigid adherence to those principles, and often by intolerance of other views and opposition to secularism.

Yes, this refer to Bolehland newspaper Makkai Ossai printing an image of Jesus Christ holding a cigarette.

It is intriguing, a group like MCCBCHS are daring enough to pursue to use authority power to curb freedom of speech without CONSULT the majority. Worst, MCCBCHS are indirectly insult at least 2 religions group, Christian and Buddist in the process exercise their fundamentalism idea.

Whether for Christianity or Buddism, both religions require the follower to learn the substance beyond materialism and symbol. In Buddism, it is call voiding forms (无相).

So now base on which religions teaching MCCBCHS are using to pursue Makkai Ossai with threat of authority?


One Response to “MCCBCHS, fundamentalism group in disguise?”

  1. BobSam

    Moo-T, u owe the organization an apology.
    MIC Youth filed the police report.
    UMNO Youth has just filed another police report.
    The NGO you highlight didnt file police reports, it merely highlighted the misuse of religious symbols. Apology was extended, they accepted it, and story closed.
    But MIC Youth, and the other political parties took further action. Get ur facts straight please.

    moo_t: Another “miss quoted” affair from the newspaper? I don’t care who make the police report. It is a matter of involve the authority, please read the paragraph from the star report again.
    Meanwhile, the Malaysian Consultative Council of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism and Sikhism has urged the authorities to take action against the paper for hurting the feelings of the Christian community in the country.
    You can read the whole story from the source . Do you mean the group don’t need to account for their mistake for “urging’ the authority. I will keep my finger cross.

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