WHAT IS THIS FIXATION/OBSESSION THAT MEN LEADERS IN MALAYSIA HAVE ABOUT DRESS AND SEX?
DIRTY MINDS SHOULD TAKE A REST.
Or go fly kite.
18 November 2015
Azizah ticks off Imran over ‘illicit sex’ remark
PKR president Dr Wan Azizah Wan Ismail today ticked off her PKR fellow MP Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid (Lumut) for being simplistic and unfair for assuming that sexy attire of athletes may lead to illicit sex.
“That was his opinion. It was very simplistic to say that,” she said after chairing Pakatan Harapan leadership meeting.
“As Muslims, we have our rules that Muslims have to (dress in) decent attire. Any decent attire has to be accepted. I don’t think you should blame this and that.
“I think there were instances where some women who were fully clothed also fell victims (to illicit sex). I don’t think his (Imran’s) statement is fair,” Wan Azizah (photo) said when asked to respond to Imran’s remarks.
“You must understand he was an admiral who has been at sea (most of the time),” she said when asked if Imran was a male chauvinist or need to be educated on gender equality.
17 November 2015
SINGAPOREANS ARE READING ABOUT OUR MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENTS WITH ‘PERVERTED’ MINDS…
ROLL OF SHAME
Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid, PKR
Siti Zailah Muhd Yusoff, PAS
Nik Abduh Nik Aziz, PAS
The New Paper
‘Sexy’ sports attire may lead to promiscuity among athletes
Several Malaysian lawmakers think “sexy” sports attire may lead to promiscuity among athletes, reported The Star.
Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid of Malaysia’s People’s Justice Party raised the issue in Parliament as a reproach to Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin on the current dressing worn by athletes in certain sports.
In June, Malaysian gymnast Farah Ann Abdul Hadi caused social media outrage after winning gold at the SEA Games in Singapore when her attire for the competition was subjected to criticism.
Critics condemned her for her skin-tight leotard which showed the shaped of her body and did not cover her “aurat” (shape of the body/ private areas).
Expressing fears the outfits worn may lead to promiscuity among the athletes, Mr Mohamad Imran said in parliament: “You may score marks on the international sports arena but you will not score marks in the afterlife.”
Two other MPS, Ms Siti Zailah Muhd Yusoff and Mr NIk Abduh Nik Aziz of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party ,also joined in, wanting to know if the outfits worn by national athletes would be syariah-compliant for at least to or three categories.
When it comes to sex, PKR-Umno-PAS all in same bed
You know what; suddenly I realise it is not BN, PAS or PKR that is the problem. It is the moronic Malaysian male mentality that is the cause of the problems in this country.
16 November 2015
November 16, 2015 MYT 4:17:21 PM
‘Sexy’ sports attire may lead to promiscuity among athletes, say MPs
KUALA LUMPUR: National athletes should wear syariah-compliant sports attire as the dressing for some events are “too sexy”, which could lead to promiscuity among athletes, say several lawmakers.
The issue was raised in Parliament by Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid (PKR-Lumut) who chided Youth and Sports Minister Khairy Jamaluddin on the current attire worn by athletes in certain sports.
“You may score marks on the international sports arena but you will not score marks in the afterlife,” he said in Parliament on Monday.
Mohamad expressed fears the outfits worn may result in promiscuity among athletes.
Siti Zailah Muhd Yusoff (PAS-Rantau Panjang) wanted to know if the outfits worn by national athletes would be syariah-compliant in line with the Government’s implementation of a syariah index.
“We should have guidelines and implement them with regard to athletes’ attire” she added.
Nik Abduh Nik Aziz (PAS-Pasir Mas) joined in the chorus when he urged Khairy to be brave in implementing syariah-compliant outfits for at least two or three categories.
PKR MP: ‘Sexy attire’ of athletes may lead to illicit sex
PARLIAMENT | A PKR lawmaker today raised concern that the “sexy dressing” of participants in Sukma Games and Fit Malaysia may lead to illicit sex (zina).
But Youth and Sports Ministry Khairy Jamaluddin said there is no evidence that the sports programmes lead to fornication.
“I congratulate the minister for organising programmes like the Sukma Games and Fit Malaysia, which were well-received.
“However, I worry. You get commendations today, but we also consider the afterlife.
“The participants wear sexy, arousing clothes and mix freely (between sexes), so we fear that this might lead to zina,” Mohamad Imran Abdul Hamid (PKR-Lumut) said.
He was debating the 2016 Budget in the Dewan Rakyat today.
In response, Khairy said there are no proof of illicit sex at sports programmes but the ministry takes note of the complaint.
Farah Ann Abdul Hadi: The photo that triggered off the current furor.