Thu, 17 Oct 2013 07:45:00 GMT | By V. Anbalagan, Assistant News Editor, The Malaysian Insider

Rights coalition Comango rejects accusation that it threatens Islam, promotes unnatural sex

Group had been using provocative language in its recent attacks against the coalition.

The Coalition of Malaysian Non-Governmental Organisations, or Comango, has dismissed an accusation by a Muslim group that it was promoting unnatural sex and threatening the position of Islam in its human rights report.

Comango spokesperson Honey Tan Lay Ean said the group had been using provocative language in its recent attacks against the coalition.

"Our proposals to the Human Rights Council are within the framework of the Universal Declarations of Human Rights," she told a media briefing on the forthcoming Universal Periodic Review in Geneva.

Tan, speaking on behalf of 54 NGOs under the coaliton, said the Muslim group was attempting to distract the public from real issues like poverty and education, adding that the attack against Comango had intensified over the last few weeks.


Oct 17, 2013 5:35AM

Actually their religion is not threatened by the so-called promotion of unnatural sex. They feel threatened because the NGO's activities make their followers realize that these idiots are hypocrites who do not follow their religion's true teachings of compassion. A quality which the NGOs have shown to have much more than them. 



Oct 17, 2013 3:03AM

you need not heed their empty sound as they are using jungle laws which civilised human don't used- let it be what they want to say - treat them as 'sakai' ok.

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