Imam: I am not part of the conspiracy!

As reported in The Star …

Bukit Mertajam: The imam who “witnessed” Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan swear on Quran recently has urged the public to stop blaming him, saying that he was not a part of any conspiracy.

Ramlang Porigi who spoke for just 5 minutes during a ceramah at Padang Ibu, Permatang Pauh late last night, said he had no part in organising the entire swearing on the Quran episode, adding that he was only asked by his superiors to be present.

Mohd Saiful had sworn on the Quran in the Federal Territory mosque on August 15 that he was sodomised by PKR adviser Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Ramlang said normally, swearing on the Quran was carried out by two disputing parties after all legal avenues had been exhausted.

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4 thoughts on “Imam: I am not part of the conspiracy!

  1. anonymous

    Then who were involved in the conspiracy against DSAI? There was an obvious conspiracy on the “liwat” case.

    The government should stop playing with such matter.

    Stop the conspiracy by voting against BN in Permatang Pauh!

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  2. andrew

    The peoples in power will claim, what conspiracy are you talking about ? There is no such thing lah, they will shout. The beauty of M’sian parliament is such that the ruling elites are turning it into a real circus.

    They call the shots and decide what is right and when to pass certain laws etc. They can even timed it as such to deny the opposition the chance to study it for a proper debate.

    Read this in malaysianinsider : However, deputy speaker Ronald Kiandee overruled them by declaring that the government had the right to give priority to any Bill it felt was important and “they do not have to give a reason.”

    Note that we are still in perilious time until this govt returns to sanity or else just change it ! With Anwar having won PP and preparing for entry into parliament, let’s all hope and pray for better days ahead for M’sia especially for the next generation of M’sians that will live in true harmony.

    “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing” – Edmund Burke

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