I'm not fasting today as I have to take my medication.
The fever has gone down but I'm still feeling weak.
I wish I could write in detail about that students eating at the school changing room issue, but that would be too taxing for me at the moment.
Anyway, you all probably had already read the details at other blogs or in the newspapers.
So, I'm going to write just a bit of it and my opinion on what it was really all about.
Let me be blunt and straight to the point - the whole thing is actually a case of blowing things out of proportion to stir up racial sentiments against the Melayu Islam and reenforce the sentiments that the non-Malay Muslims in this country are being prosecuted and treated as second class citizens (by Umno/Barisan Nasional, of course).
I know, it's not presented that way, but the effect is actually exactly that.
It's actually part of the Pakatan's (or to be exact, DAP's) built-up for GE14, the same as it was when the DAP whipped up the same sentiments over the years which led to the Chinese tsunami of GE13.
I'm expecting more of such issues will be stirred up in the near future. The DAP campaigners need to keep the anti-Malay muslims sentiments alive as it is their most powerful tool in galvanizing the support of especially the Chinese community and to a certain extent, the Indian community too.
However, I'm not too worried about it as long as it is just being played up on its own.
It's proven that this tactic of racial incitement to hate the Malay muslims would not work on its own. It needed to be complemented with the breaking up of the Malay muslims unity to have the desired effect.
Pitting the Malay muslims against each other is what will be on their next agenda. Do watch out for such issues over the coming days.
They had done it for GE13 and successfully instigated almost the entire Chinese community to go against BN, yet they still failed to topple the government.
This was so because the breaking up of the Malay muslim unity was not completed.
In Johor, for instance, over 80 per cent of the Malay votes remained with BN. Otherwise, the State would had fallen and then led by a DAP dominated Pakatan state government.
After GE13, I think the Malay muslims of this country should now be able to just go on living their own life without being bothered too much if others hate them. As long as they never did what they were accused of doing, then I don't think that they should worry too much about those who hate them.
As long as the others don't physically harm them, I think the Malay muslims should be fine. There is no need for them to pander too much to the others.
Of course, the Malay muslims need to also be more united.
If they are united, others can't harm them.
Malay muslims need to be aware of this and from now on try their best not to be instigated to go against their fellow brothers and sisters like what happened in the run up to GE13.
Even if others want to instigate among themselves to hate them, I think the Malay muslims will be fine if they continue to be united.