WOW! Malaysian Prime Minister Urges Party to Be Brave Like ISIS TERRORISTS

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak urged party members to be brave and fearless like the ISIS terrorists in Iraq.
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The comments stirred up quite a controversy in Malaysia.
Channel News Asia reported:

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has stirred controversy with his comment on ISIS militants — he said that if UMNO members were as brave as ISIS militants, the party would be strong.

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak has stirred controversy with his comment on ISIS militants.

In his speech to his ruling party the United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) on Monday night, he said that if UMNO members were as brave as ISIS militants, the party would be strong.

It was meant as a pep talk of sorts when PM Najib spoke to his fellow party members.

He said UMNO members need to have six traits in order for the party to survive and flourish — bravery, obedience, loyalty, unity, excellence and sincerity. But it was his example of bravery that caused concern.

PM Najib said that UMNO members should emulate militants in the Middle East, whom he described as fearless in fighting for their cause.

Keith Leong, a research analyst with the KRA Group, said: “I think he was simply saying that he expects UMNO members to be brave and selfless. Of course, it’s a rather awkward and clumsy example to use given what’s happening in Iraq now.”

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