Elizabeth Wong Nude Photod Scandal : Old Trick?!

Following the resignation of Elizabeth Wong, the very much sensationalised nude photo episode is finally coming to an end.

From the surface of it, we could expect nothing from her political foes, no more tricks whatsoever.

But, I have discovered something on the Internet.

Something, I found very ridiculous and far fetched.

It sounded like this, Mr H ( ex boyfriend of Eli) is a Muslim, hence he is subject to the Syariah Law.

Under the Syariah Law, any close physical contact with non family members, including sexual intercourse, would be Khalwat or zina. We are familiar with this.

Nobody wants to get in trouble with the Jabatan Agama Islam that is busy going around enforcing their duties under the Syariah Law.

"...however, I wish that no interested party would even think of stooping that low to engage such tactics in their political game."

Perhaps after strong opposition from various strata of society, the authorities are now not as high profile as they used to be in carrying out their duties.

It was argued on the Internet that, if the nude photos of Eli were proven to be taken by Mr H, then H can be found guilty of Khalwat.

It is further argued that, the other party involved (i.e Eli) can, therefore, be guilty of Khalwat as well.

To me, such argument cannot hold any water as Eli, a non-Muslim is not subject to the Syariah Law.

However, such argument reminded me of something that took place last year, right after the 8 March general election.

Then, it was reported that two important Islamic organisations in the nation were looking into the possibility of passing laws that could regulate non-Muslim who commit Khalwat with Muslim.

Some suggested that, these non-Muslim should be brought to the Civil Court and punish according to the Syariah law, be it canning or fine.

Definitely, this caused another uproar among the non-Muslim society. These opposing voices finally stop after some representative from these two bodies came to clarify that they have never intended to pass such laws.

As a non-Muslim, I am indeed pleased to know that there is no such law yet, but the passing of such laws no doubt would oblige the non-Muslim to live their lives by the Syariah Law.

It is alright for anyone to utter nonsense on the Internet, making all sorts of wild speculations and unsubstantiated argument like the one I mentioned above, to commit Eli under the Syariah Law, however, I wish that no interested party would even think of stooping that low to engage such tactics in their political game.

In a diverse country like ours, where we are multi religious and multi ethnic, religious or ethnic issues are very sensitive, it could cause panic within seconds.

Such a trick, no matter how ridiculous it sounds, could always hurt the very foundation of our nation - the harmonious relationship among different races.

It is definitely not a fun game to start with! (By TAN LEE CHIN/ Sin Chew Daily)


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