Jakarta Fanatic Rally – Traffic Havoc – Top Cop Speaks Up!
Good to hear Indonesia’s top cop has pledged to prevent the Islamist fanatics implementing their nasty anti-social scheme to create traffic havoc.
General Tito Karnavian denounced the notorious sectarian extremist Habib Rizieq’s statement, which said the Dec. 2 protesters would carry out Friday prayers across the capital’s two main roads, namely Jl. MH Thamrin and Jl. Sudirman.
Curiously, the Jakarta Post reporter didn’t explain to JP readers about Rizieq, whom they described merely as a ‘spokesman’ for the GNPF-MUI – that’s the recently organised ‘National Movement to Save the Indonesian Ulema Council’s Edicts…‘
Oh, and –
Edicts, BTW,should have been left in its original, untranslated form, FATWAS
If you want to know more about the Indonesian Ulema Council’s fatwas,then you can flick through our search box and chortle at the absurd yoga ban, and shudder at their awful habit of running to the police to back up their dogmatic intolerance.
FPI in action
But the JP should have said that Rizieq is in fact the ‘high priest’ of the IslamoNazi thug-gang, the FPI, self-styled ‘Islam Defenders Front.’
Again, check out our search box for their horrid habits.
Of course here in Indonesia, everyone knows that, but overseas readers should not be left in the dark about the true nature of the forces of darkness!
Tito said if demonstrators insisted on holding their rally on those roads, the police would disperse them and act firmly to anyone who opposed the police.
Muslims can like everyone else, pray at any time, and in any place. I had a very nice Muslim colleague in London, who would pray in our staff smoking room. No problem.
But we have seen both here…Jakarta – Top Cop Slams Traff-Islamic-Jams … and in Western countries…Paris ban on Muslim street prayers comes into effect – BBC News… examples of irresponsible crowds brazenly and needlessly obstructing public roads and footpaths.
‘normal’ Jakarta traffic jam
- This should be outlawed and stern action taken.
General Tito talks sense too about how to handle amok-runs, like that seen in Jakarta on 4th November.
Violent protesters would be charged with articles 212 to 218 of the Criminal Code (KUHP) on attacks against public officials.
That will be widely applauded, if it happens.