“I doubt that Husam is a true Muslim who’s willing to seek forgiveness for funding religious activity using dirty money. In Islam, a man who slanders or cheats others is a fasiq and not worthy to be considered a man of faith. Yes, not only does Islam forbid slander and cheating, it dictates that every traitor will have a banner on the Day of Resurrection that will read, “This is the betrayer of so-and-so”
THE THIRD FORCE
Yesterday, Husam Musa made a last-ditch attempt to revive allegations that PAS solicited a RM2 million bribe from UMNO to bankroll its electoral campaign. The disgraced Amanah vice-president, sacked from PAS in 2016, alleged that an audio recording was submitted to a London university to verify if or not the voice behind the recording was that of Nik Mohamad Abduh Nik Abdul Aziz, Member of Parliament (MP) representing PAS in Pasir Mas, Kelantan.
The recording, first uploaded to Facebook on the 27th of February 2018, was made public by Kelantan Amanah Youth Chief, Hazmi Hassan. The voice in the recording spoke of bribe money that UMNO allegedly paid to bring down the DAP this coming general election (GE14). Nik Abduh came out the very next day to deny that the voice behind the recording was his.
Now, it all boils down to whether or not you believe Husam is true to his convictions to Allah. Himself in the business of soliciting bribes, the onetime PAS vice-president was already leaking party secrets at a time Lim Kit Siang was looking for excuses to demonise PAS. Back then, everyone who was anyone knew that Husam’s hands were being greased by filthy rich gambling tycoons and notorious casino owners. But has the Amanah leader ever come out to deny these allegations?
Perhaps it’s because of a secret agreement he has with certain quarters who derive benefits from him. Perhaps he’s aware that these quarters will testify as witnesses the minute he distances himself from the gambling tycoons. Question is, does Husam have the guts to put Islam before anything else by swearing upon the Quran that he’s clean? If he does, I invite him to announce the name of the Mosque where the swearing will take place so that I myself can attend and announce something to Malaysians.
But I doubt this will happen.
I doubt that Husam is a true Muslim willing to seek forgiveness for funding religious activity using dirty money. In Islam, a man who slanders or cheats others is a fasiq and not worthy to be considered a man of faith. Yes, not only does Islam forbid slander and cheating, it dictates that every traitor will have a banner on the Day of Resurrection that will read, “This is the betrayer of so-and-so.”
If indeed Husam is a true keeper of the faith, he and his associates would have distanced themselves from Lim Guan Eng a long time ago. Instead, he and his men are being funded by the DAP, a party many Malaysians believe benefited from kickbacks channelled through proxy companies and dummy corporations associated with the RM6.3 billion Penang Undersea Tunnel project. And true to Kit Siang’s style, they’re now zeroing in on PAS.
Why not question Dato’ Seri Khairuddin Abu Hassan to see if or not the 50 Dalil distributor quietly derived benefits from the sale of Ijok land? Why not ask Dato’ Seri Azmin Ali if he entered a secret agreement with a certain Tan Sri in SPLASH to receive kickbacks worth some RM1 billion? Why harass PAS, whose sole mission this coming election is to unite the Malays against the enemies of Islam?
Why, are you comfortable thriving around the betrayers of Islam by indulging in their many sins?