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Stuff Ridhuan Tee Needs To Stop Saying

To mark the start of July, Mei Mei Chu takes a half-year look back at all the colourful insights Ridhuan Tee bin Abdullah @ Tee Chuan Seng has shared with Malaysians.

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"Why do these irresponsible parties not move abroad? Because Malaysia is heaven. Why are they still making insistent demands? Because they want a better heaven."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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Controversial lecturer Dr Ridhuan Tee Abdullah today said those who were not happy living in Malaysia should pack their bags and head for greener pastures. In his Sinar Harian column, Ridhuan said this was an easy issue for him – if Malaysia was not a paradise for certain parties, then they should leave.

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"Places of worship in Malaysia will soon make the country look more like a non-Muslim country with the increasing number of churches, kuil and temples."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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Ridhuan also claimed that Malaysia did not have the characteristics of an Islamic country due to the increase in the number of temples and churches.

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"They say non-Muslims are the biggest taxpayers in the country. Wrong. I say the biggest contributors are Petronas and the other government-linked corporations. Study carefully. Indirect taxes are consumption taxes. Malays pay the most as they are the majority."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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Controversial Muslim convert Ridhuan Tee Abdullah today played down non-Malay contributions to Malaysia in a rebuttal of an article listing such deeds, and dismissed the suggestion that the group were the country's largest tax contributors.

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"I hope there are Muslims who can go enter churches in disguise to hear what is discussed. We are accused of oppression and cruelty towards Christians... Why were there no police reports made? Because we do not know what happens in churches."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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Controversial columnist Ridhuan Tee Abdullah today suggested that Muslims infiltrate churches in Malaysia to witness what he alleged to be Christian condemnation against them. He then urged Muslims to visit churches undercover to witness for themselves the condemnation he alleged was being aimed at them.

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"If there were a match between Chong Wei or Lin Dan versus Misbun Sidek, and Lin Dan versus Taufik Hidayat from Indonesia. Who would the Chinese support?"

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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Malaysia’s ethnic Chinese will support a badminton player of their own race, even if he is from China, when he is pitted against a Malay, controversial columnist Ridhuan Tee Abdullah suggested today, barely a day after Malaysia's loss to Japan in the Thomas Cup final.

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"We have been too good in allowing Christians to build the biggest church here when they make up less than 10% of the population."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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Controversial columnist Dr Ridhuan Tee Abdullah is now perturbed by the size of the Calvary Convention Centre (CCC) in Bukit Jalil, the largest church in Southeast Asia, saying that Christians did not deserve such a big place of worship given that they only make up 10% of Malaysia's population. The lecturer said instead, Buddhists deserved bigger temples because they accounted for 20% of the population.

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"Will the Christians become less a Christian if they do not use the word Allah? The answer is no. There are many other names that they have used all this while such as God, Lord and others. Use another name, no one will stop you."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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“Strangely, when the Chinese or Indians enter Christianity, they become ultra kiasu. For what? Because they have been dogmatised to proselytise their religion in whatever situation."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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Malaysian Christians in the peninsula are targeting liberal Muslims as part of their proselytisation mission, controversial Muslim convert writer Ridhuan Tee Abdullah alleged, arguing their vehemence in using “Allah” for God.

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“However for the ultra kiasu, especially among the Chinese, religion is not very important. To them, the economy is most important. Without religion too it’s not a problem. That’s why we see in Chinese families, there are all sorts of religions."

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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BONUS: "Ultra kiasu" is Ridhuan Tee’s favourite label for those deemed as going against the Malays.

Ridhuan Tee Abdullah.

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