|Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad,||11 June 2012|
It isn’t because I’m unfamiliar to SABM. Indeed it’s quite to the contrary from its inception days. Yes the SABM’s constituency isn’t my kind of usual audience perhaps. But I have engaged in even more inimical crowds of participants, both locally and abroad, talking on acrimonious issues under the rubric of ‘Political Islam’.
Amongst their commonest angst of the IS were; Syariah will be enforced, Hudud will be applied on all, People of other faiths will be made into second class citizens or ‘zimmi’ (read the conquered) and worst of it all, they felt alienated.
Permit me to pen down a summary of the salient highlights.
|DR DZULKEFLY AHMAD, is the PAS MP for Kuala Selangor, and a former lecturer in Medical Science and Islamic Civilisation at University of Science Malaysia. He was also a consultant at an asset management company and a senior advisor to a Saudi-owned property firm in Kuala Lumpur. An active member of the students movement in Britain in the seventies and eighties, Dr Dzulkefly was the director of PAS Research Centre (1998-2009) and since 2004, has been a member of the PAS Central Committee. He is also active in the electoral reform group Bersih and the Anti-GST Task Force.|