Non-Muslim Won the Maulidur Rasul Award

Wee Soo Yen, a 16 year old Buddhist won a Maulidur Rasul Award. link.

So what’s her contribution to deserve such award? For starters, she understands Arabic language more than any average Muslim, which literally puts us (Muslim) to shame. She scored straight A’s in her recent PMR including Arabic language.

But as far as I’m awed of her outstanding multi-lingual ability, I failed to see why she was merited such prestigious award. Let me put it bluntly, what has she contributed to the nation? Could it be part of the 1Malaysia agenda? Maybe they needed someone to fill the gap? I don’t know.

I for once, do not blame her for receiving the award. It’s the people and jury behind it! Why are they so shallow? Are they conspiring something? Seriously why?

I wish her all the best and may Allah shower her signs to righteous path. Amin.

ps: I blame my soft bed for my back pain!

 

There are 16 Comments for “Non-Muslim Won the Maulidur Rasul Award”

Agenda 1Malaysia ? I think so ~

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Zala Wajik wrote on February 16, 2011 #1

May her receive guidance from the the almighty .InsyaAllah

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Loq wrote on February 16, 2011 #2

sebelum ni ada jugak Karam Singh Walia yg menang

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NoktahHitam replied #1

KSW ade contribution to the nation, the girl has none except PMR Arabic A.

I’m not questioning why Non Muslim should win it, it’s a matter of how. I guess I failed to spark that I’m no racist or religionist.

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Azim Norazmi replied #1

huhuhu.. diorang dah takde calon lain nak cari….

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NoktahHitam replied #1

Agaklah kot. Tp ade ke prof non muslim study Islamic finance utk PHD/research. Patut dorg la dpt credit, sumbangan utk negara tu


zaryl replied #1

salah seorang bos aku bukan muslim berbangsa cina dari kelantan. siap boleh ajar org mengaji mukaddam lagi. heran jugak apsal dia tak dpt anugerah tu eh? hehe


Azim Norazmi wrote on February 16, 2011 #3

What’s maulidur rasul award to begin with? Anyway, an A in exam doesnt mean she could speak arabic fluently. There are people who could converse in arabic fluently, Hafaz the whole quran, and become a doctor, which I think have greater achievement, than just PMR level.

Nevertheless, I wish her the best, and may she receive hidayah from Allah now that she could read the Quran. (or could easily learn how to)

p.s, well, mine happen to be a chiropractic bed. ;p

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NoktahHitam replied #1

Maulidur Rasul award is for those who helped Islam reach a greater height. Be in motivational talks, contribution towards studies/research, dakwah, outreach program etc. much like Muhammad SAW ‘s sacrifices. (kawin byk tak masuk)

Yup. I pray she receives the nur 😉

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Aisyah wrote on February 16, 2011 #4

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i was thinking of the same thing when I was listening to the radio news on this.

it’s not her fault, maybe she’s laughing about it but i guess award tu sepatutnya diberikan kepada orang yang berjaya menyebarkan ajaran Islam kepada nation (like what Rasul did).

anyway, it s just my point of view.

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NoktahHitam replied #1

I bet she’s thrilled about it. But I do believe there is more deserving people for this award.

A few years ago, Amelina who got.. 20 As SPM? won the award too. I disagree with that too.

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aishah wrote on February 17, 2011 #6

dunia ni penuh dengan oran2 hipokrit termasuk bab agama

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NoktahHitam replied #1

Ade gaye Jamil (menteri di Jabatan Menteri, pengarah Jawi) terlibat jugak.. kot la?

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haritz wrote on February 17, 2011 #7

byk sgt agenda politik tersembunyi.
::sigh::

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dr.aku.la wrote on February 21, 2011 #8

What happen to all our ulama’, muslim scholars that dedicated their life for islam.

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RumahNo9 wrote on February 26, 2011 #9

Leave a comment, I won't bite ;)

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