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The Mufti of Perlis, Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin is a nice guy, and he is there to help people to convert to Islam, worried their families would be a hindrance to the conversion, but this new convert is given special privileges. All is done in secret, the non-Muslims are considered kafirs what would they know about Islam. This is what we do with converts, even the wife does not know her husband is converted because what is there to know. Your religion will not know but we know our destination. How can they pose a burden to the new convert, who whatever he was, whatever the wife believes in is unacceptable. The true way is conversion. I have children, the wife says, don’t worry the new convert, we will look into it, once the children convert, say the saviours of Islam.

If this mullah called Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin is genuine what obstacles his he talking about. The convert has rights but what about the family, have they no rights.

Another good guy is the Mufti of Perak, Datuk Seri Harussani Zakaria, he rather convert people than worry about consequences. Convert, convert, convert he says.

But where is your missionary or dakwah work, mullahs like you must convince people of the goodness of Islam to the fellow who converts as well as the family to make them follow the right way. Or do they feel they can’t convince the family. and rather do the conversion is secret. A ceremony in a Islamic cemetery, where only spirits are in attendance; how is that for secrecy. These two mullahs are not sure what is good in Islam. They should be send back to school. Pity is it not, they never learned anything and what a waste of time and money.

A fellow who does not love his family, not bothered about what happens to them, will he love Islam or do these 2 mullahs just want to make up the numbers.

Mufti Hopes Ruling On Conversion Not Done In Haste

KANGAR, April 11 (Bernama) — The Mufti of Perlis, Dr Mohd Asri Zainul Abidin, hopes the ruling proposed by the government to compel those intending to embrace Islam to declare their latest status would not inconvenience the individuals concerned.
He said the ruling should not be implemented hastily but needed further discussions so that it would not pose a burden to those concerned.
“I agree with the ruling but it needs further discussion,” the 37-year-old Mufti told Bernama, here Friday when commenting on the announcement by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi Thursday that the government would introduce a ruling to compel those intending to convert to Islam to declare their intention openly because doing it quietly would pose problems and lead to racial tension.
Mohd Asri said the declaration of conversion to Islam would not pose a problem but if they were compelled to obtain family permission, this would pose serious problems.
“I disagree totally if the proposed ruling included a provision requiring them to obtain family permission,” he said.
He said if permission from the family was made a requirement, it would mean that their plan to embrace Islam would face an obstacle.
“Any adult has the right to embrace Islam and need not seek permission from the family,” he said.
Meanwhile in KUALA LUMPUR, the Malaysian Ulama Association (PUM) welcomed the government’s proposal, saying that it proved that Islam did not use force in the conversion of non-Muslims to Islam.
PUM secretary-general Dr Roslan Mohamad said Islam always honoured those who wished to embrace the religion and had facilitated the process of conversion to Islam.
“In Islam, we are asked to facilitate matters instead of making it difficult,” he said.
In IPOH, the Mufti of Perak, Datuk Seri Harussani Zakaria wanted the government to carry out a thorough study on the pros and cons of the proposed ruling as he feared that it could pose a burden to those who intended to embrace Islam.

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